Key Art from Walden (2019). At the forefront of the image is a hourglass. The top bulb has a red house amongst tall trees. There is sand trickling down to the bottom bulb which is filling up with red sand. The hourglass is seemlingly floating through space.


JUNE 14 - 16, 2019
by Amy Berryman
directed by Mia Walker

In the not-so-distant future, climate change has intensified and scientists are recommending that we colonize elsewhere. Cassie, a NASA botanist, returns from her year-long deployment in space and is shocked to find her sister, Stella, a former NASA architect, engaged to an Earth Advocate. As the twins grapple with questions of rivalry and love, humanity hangs in the balance.

Key Art from The Wake (2019). An image of a large picture window with white sheer curtains. On the window sill is a red urn. Standing behind the curtain is a crane.

The Wake

JULY 11 - 28, 2019
by Tammy Ryan
directed by John J. Wooten

In life, Colleen was a force of nature. Six months after her death, her sisters Maggie and Rosemary rent a beach house in Florida to scatter her ashes, only to find themselves and their respective partners staring down a hurricane. As the strong winds and rainbands begin, strange encounters with wildlife signal something more is going on. Filled with humor and heart, The Wake explores grief, family, and America’s shifting cultural and environmental climates.

Key Art from Yasmina's Necklace (2019). An image of a woman wearing a gray hijab and red jacket. The image is cut off right above the woman's nose. She is holding a necklace she is wearing. The charm on the necklace is in the shape of Iraq.

Yasmina's Necklace

SEP 5 - 22, 2019
by Rohina Malik
directed by Kareem Fahmy

Meet Abdul Samee: his father is Iraqi, his mother is Puerto Rican – but if you ask him, he’ll say he’s Italian. Longing to shed his cultural identity, he changes his name to Sam, marries an American and does everything in his power to turn away from his heritage. But when Sam meets Yasmina, a beautiful woman from his father’s homeland, he begins to learn that a tree without roots cannot stand for long.

Key Art from Robey (2019). Image of Paul Robeson from when he graduated Rutgers University (then College) in 1919.


OCT 18 - 20, 2019
by Joe Sutton
directed by Jade King Carroll

In 1919, Paul Robeson (Robey to his college friends) was asked to give the valedictory address at Rutgers University. As the first African American student to be selected for this honor, he was very conflicted about the tone and message of the monumental speech. Robey explores his journey as he prepares his remarks, overcoming the doubts and fears that filled a young man at a pivotal point in New Jersey’s history.

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