Category Archives: Theater
Centers on the 1985 arrest and 2015 parole of former U.S. intelligence analyst Jonathan Pollard, who was sentenced to life in prison for passing top secret information to the Israeli government.
Follows the forbidden romance between the rebellious bad boy Jonny and the good girl Toffee who falls in love with him. After falling into a nuclear reactor, Jonny returns to his love as a zombie.
Dramatizes the romances and artistic conflicts between four characters: a famed story writer, a young girl, a fading actress, and her playwright son.
Logline: Follows a despondent woman who attempts suicide on the same night a man breaks into her house. Over the course of the night, they collide on a desperate and brutal journey, struggling to find a way out of the circumstances that brought them together.
Logline: A contemporary thriller that follows the Shakespearean anti-hero as a financial trader who claws his way to the top of a multinational bank in the heart of London’s Square Mile.
Logline: A young man must choose between his love for his sister and his family’s deadly demands.
Logline: Follows a woman who, after her 12-year-old son accidentally shoots a crossing guard, decides to begin a sex boycott as a way to get all the guns out of her small Texas town.
Logline: Centers on a woman who tracks down the man she had a sexual relationship with as a child who went to prison as a result of their affair.
Logline: Centers on a jazz enthusiast who tries to listen to a rare record he found but life gets in the way – from his wife revealing her affair to an intrusive cleaning lady and friends dropping in unannounced.
Logline: An Iraq War veteran returns home to find that the public housing complex in which he has lived for years is dissolving.
Logline: Follows the investigation of a well-to-do family who may be responsible for a young woman’s suicide.
Logline: Tells the story of a young girl whose nutcracker doll comes to life and leads her on an adventure in a magical land.
Logline: Chronicles how Lucifer, on his trip from Heaven to Hell, stops at a Mexican village where an elderly woman herds sheep with her granddaughter while her brother pretends to be paralyzed. Lucifer forces the brother to walk, seduces the granddaughter, and makes the elderly woman question her faith in God.
Logline: A college student returns home after the death of his father to find that his mother is engaged to marry his uncle.
Logline: Centers on James Boswell, a lawyer at the height of his career in 1792 when he takes on the case of Mary Bryant, a convict who he tries to save from the gallows.
Logline: Set in modern day South Africa, tells the story of two star-crossed lovers and their struggle to survive in the brutal world and everyday life of the downtrodden.
Logline: When a popular 13-year-old moves from New York City to small-town Indiana, he finds himself at the bottom of the social ladder.
Logline: Follows six strangers trapped together on a New York City subway train.
Logline: Centers on French painter Gauguin in 1903 when, near death, he attempts to paint a masterpiece while on trial for defending the indigenous people of Tahiti, stealing much of his inspiration for his work.
Logline: A behind-the-scenes look at President Lyndon B. Johnson’s first year in office after taking the oath in the aftermath of President Kennedy’s assassination, navigating the Vietnam War and launching his Civil Rights bill, eventually winning the election for his first full term.
Logline: Follows famed opera singer Maria Callas during her time teaching at Julliard in the 1970s.
Logline: Follows five generations of a circus-owning Brazilian family.
Logline: When her husband is taken hostage by his striking employees, a trophy wife takes the reins of the family business and proves to be a remarkably effective leader.
Logline: Based on real-life events from 2006, when the quiet rural town of Ipswich was shattered by the discovery of the bodies of five women, leaving a community to deal with being at the center of tragedy.
Logline: Based on the forbidden love affair between author Virginia Woolf and aristocrat Vita Sackville-West which lasted 20 years until the death of Woolfe in 1941.
Logline: Pitched as “The Orphanage” meets “The Others,” the death of a Coal magnate’s son amidst the troubling financial collapse of ’30s throws a family into turmoil, and matters become worse when a friend becomes “possessed” by the dead boy’s spirit.
Logline: Banished to stay with his uncle for the summer, Lawrence meets the Professor, a colorful, aging conman, and so begins a road trip with the Professor and his daughter Sarah.
Logline: Set in the smoky halls and underground clubs of the segregated 1950s, the story follows a young white DJ who falls in love with rock ‘n roll and an electrifying black singer, creating a cultural revolution.
Logline: Centers on two lovers from rival street gangs in New York City.