Gerald C. Rivers

Experience the captivating interpretations of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s speeches by celebrated actor and orator Gerald C. Rivers, offering a powerful and immersive tribute to the legacy of the civil rights movement.


THE Mountain Top

Set in the Lorraine hotel room, on the night before his assassination, Martin Luther King, Jr. grapples with crafting a powerful speech, only to be interrupted by a mysterious woman who leads him into a reflective, sometimes humorous, and touching dialogue exploring his life's triumphs, setbacks, and unfulfilled aspirations.


David Mamet's explosive drama exposes the pursuit of the American Dream by three hustlers, illuminating the truth that the hustle and the con are intertwined, with accolades including the 1977 New York Drama Critics Circle Award and nominations for four 2022 Tony Awards, as well as the 1984 Tony Award for Best Revival of a Play.

The Lifespan of a fact

Fresh out of Harvard, Jim Fingal, a fact checker for a failing New York magazine, clashes with talented writer John D’Agata over the accuracy of an essay about a teenage boy's suicide, sparking a comedic yet gripping battle between facts and truth.


Preparations for Grandma's birthday at the Frasier household send Beverly teetering on the edge of sanity as she navigates familial chaos, with her sister's indifference, a distant husband, an absent brother, and a teenage daughter, all while confronting the complexities of family dynamics and the hidden impacts of white supremacy.

Real Women have curves

In Josephina Lopez's tale, Ana, determined to escape her life in East LA and her job in a sewing factory, finds hope with the support of friends and co-workers as they navigate their dreams, loves, and challenges amid relentless production deadlines.


The Thanksgiving Play

A troupe of terminally "woke" teaching artists hilariously struggles to create a pageant that reconciles Turkey Day and Native American Heritage Month, as good intentions clash with absurd assumptions in Larissa FastHorse's wickedly funny satire.


Salome, written by Oscar Wilde in 1891, is a tragedy in one act and the provocative retelling of the biblical story of King Herod’s stepdaughter, who is known for the Dance of the Seven Veils and the demise of John the Baptist.

Where lyfe cuts

"Where Lyfe Cuts," a new original work by Lubbock native Stephanie Johnson, delves into the repercussions of unrecognized, unaddressed, and ignored mental health issues.


In Jim Tyler Anderson's award-winning play, directed by James Beekman Bush, unlikely companions Pearl and Annie embark on a perilous journey towards the legendary Motherland, guided by the song of La Andadora (She Who Walks), encountering colorful characters along the way as they explore themes of hope, survival, and salvation in a Texan and Mexican-influenced dystopian landscape.


55th Reunion

Sylvia Ashby '55th Reunion' follows the small-town graduating class as they navigate the complexities of time, with characters like George and Louise questioning their relationship, Marjorie living alone with her dog, and Susan and Jack finally expressing their long-held feelings after 55 years, showcasing the varied impacts life has had on each of them.