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2014 New Play Workshop


by Heidi Armbruster |  July 10-12

Allie, a food writer in NYC, is determined to find authenticity in a world of internet dating, baby shower crafting, and journalistic in-fighting. But when she takes on the local food movement she finds herself on the wrong side of an epic food fight. Allie escapes the city for her father's dairy farm. Will a dairy cow named Patches leave Allie with a taste of the authenticity she craves?


The Guadalupe

by Carol Carpenter | July 31 - August 2

On the first night of the annual harvest, the Northrip-Valle family farm becomes the target of a cartel territory war. But why? As gunmen surround the farmhouse in the dark hours of night, secrets unravel and politics collide as the family strategizes their escape.


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