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A haunting and passionate drama. Edith Stein was a Jewish intellectual who converted to Roman Catholicism, joined a Carmelite nunnery and was martyred at Auschwitz. Subsequently canonized by Pope John Paul II, here is her story.

EDITH STEIN broke box office records at the Pittsburgh Public Theater


"Filled with passion and passionate ideas." - New York Times


"As complex and compelling as the lady it portrays." - Pittsburgh Tribune Review

"Intelligent, compassionate...drama that challenges the audience, as Edith did, to face the struggles of humanity." - Pittsburgh Catholic

"Inspiring." - Northern California Jewish Bulletin

"Absolutely stunning...magnificent theatre." - Valley News Dispatch

Full-Length Play,

Drama  /  7f, 4m

English, Spanish and German

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Full-Length Play,

Comedy /  4f, 6m

with expandable cast options

Mild Adult Themes

Moving Bodies follows Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman as he explores nature, science, sex, anti-Semitism, and the world around him. This epic, comic journey portrays Feynman as an iconoclastic young man, a physicist with the Manhattan Project, and confronting the mystery of the Challenger disaster.


with Alfred Molina, Emily Bergl, Jill Gascoine, Joe Spano, Kathryn Hahn, Jessica Chastain. 

"Physics of the heart [...] We learn about his (Feynman's) eccentricities: his bongo playing, his penchant for picking locks, and most notably his appreciation for women."

– The New York Times

"The Atomic Bomb is central to Giron's play, but it is also very much about human loves and losses. Giron is a wise, compassionate, and skilled playwright."

– New York Theatre Wire

"The themes in Moving Bodies are sex and science, atoms and anti-Semitism, consumerism and truth, and dysfunctional families and romantic love. It is a fascinating and engrossing drama."

– Backstage

"A comic fantasy about Nobel Prize-winning scientist Richard Feynman's exploration of science, sex and the mysteries of existence, Moving Bodies is really good. Don't miss it!"

– Feynman Website


Drama-Logue Critics Award for Outstanding Achievement in Theatre


This haunting, unusual play was created with members of the Illusion Theatre of Minneapolis, using their real life stories and those of their families to create a richly textured portrait of small town America from 1911 to the present. The play follows five families through three generations.

"Extols the virtues of an America solidly rooted in mid western values.... A comedy in the best sense, it celebrates the biological urge to survive despite adversity and affirms the triumph of love over fallibility" - Pittsburgh Press

"Superb theatre with the simplicity and power of Thornton Wilder." - San Diego Reader

Producer Experience, Perry S. :

"This is a challenging play that will push your actor's skills. They play multiple roles, and use several dialects. It is excellent for cross-curricular work with the social studies department as it deals with American families from 1911-1970's. The fluidly shifting scenes call for creativity in set, props and costumes. Lastly, it is an ideal way to use scripted theatre to build a sense of connection and shared humanity among the cast, crew, and your theatre community."

Full-Length Play, Drama  /  5f, 5m


Full-Length Play, Comedy  /  1f, 1m

Winner of the Galileo Prize for Playwriting


Emilie's Voltaire is a passionate dramatic comedy that explores a love affair that scandalized all of Europe, between Voltaire, the greatest wit of his time, and the beautiful scientist Emilie du Chatelet. It takes place before the French Revolution.

"What happens when the minds of two seekers of knowledge, one a challenger of life and the other a hedonistic rule breaker, meet? The result is a tumultuous, fascinating 16-year love affair that is wonderfully portrayed in Arthur Giron's Emilie's Voltaire [...] The captivating Emilie's Voltaire is an inside look at genius and the underlying emotions that feed it. Definitely a bit of history you're pleased to discover."


"The intellectual, emotional and sexual sparks unusual and fascinating play."

- William Wolf, Wolf Entertainment Guide

"Arthur Giron's words are what actors long to wrap their voices around."

- The New York Examiner


"A beautiful pas de deux of dialogue!"

- MusicOMH


The author doesn't claim it happened exactly this way; he has just taken five real life characters and some basic biographical facts and supposed what it was like for Orville and Wilbur growing up in the dysfunctional Wright family. Flight takes place in Dayton, Ohio, and at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, in the early 1900s. Not a documentary, the play explores the lives of the Wright family in warm and comic theatrical terms.

FLIGHT was the play that inspired what became the Ensemble Studio Theatre/Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Science & Technology Project ,an initiative designed to stimulate artists to create credible and compelling work exploring the worlds of science and technology and to challenge the existing stereotypes of scientists and engineers in the popular imagination.

"A witty, touching flashback ... There is poignancy between the laughs.-The New York Times

FLIGHT was adapted into the musical FIRST IN FLIGHT by David and Joe Zellnick  for TheaterworksUSA , which toured 120 cities. 

Full-Length Play, Comedy  /  1f, 4m. 


Amazing Grace is a new original musical based on the awe-inspiring true story behind the world’s most beloved song.  A captivating tale of romance, rebellion and redemption, this radiant production follows one man whose incredible journey ignited a historic wave of change.

John Newton, a willful and musically talented young Englishman, faces a future as uncertain as the turning tide. Coming of age as Britain sits atop an international empire of slavery, he finds himself torn between following in the footsteps of his father, a slave trader, or embracing the more compassionate views of his childhood sweetheart. Accompanied by his slave, Thomas, John embarks on a perilous voyage on the high seas. When that journey finds John in his darkest hour, a transformative moment of self-reckoning inspires a blazing anthem of hope that will finally guide him home.

Brimming with emotion and adventure, AMAZING GRACE is an unforgettable musical saga that captures the spirit of history’s sweetest and most powerful sound: freedom.

One Act and Two Act Versions available

"AMAZING GRACE is having a national moment. The timing of this sweeping and inspirational new Broadway musical couldn't be better. The staging is superb, with moments of genuine astonishment. As spectacular as anything on Broadway, AMAZING GRACE tells the story of how the song came to be, and elicits widespread gasps & cheering from the audience!"

- The Washington Post

"A gorgeous production of a glorious musical. Heart-stopping, eye-popping!"

- DC Metro Theater Arts

"It brought tears to my eyes."

- Chicago Tribune

"One of the best-looking musicals to reach New York in recent seasons."

- The Wall Street Journal

"Inspirational. Beautiful. Emotional. Exhilarating."

- Associated Press

"Nothing short of amazing!"


"A lavish historical epic!"

- Newsday

"Sincere, Stirring, and Romantic."

- Chris Jones Chicago Tribune

"A stirring musical. An epic romance. Artfully produced on the lavish scale of Les Mis."

- Hedy Weiss

 Chicago Sun-Times

"From the stellar performances to the flawless costumes,

‘Amazing Grace’ is nothing short of amazing!"

- Hank Mendheim

 Windy City Live ABC-TV

"Curious to know more? Make a beeline for the Nederlander theatre."

- The New York Times

"This emotional and gripping story ensures you will never hear

the beautiful hymn ‘Amazing Grace’ the same way again."

- Paul Lisnek


"A musical of raw power with superb, intense performances."

- Steve Oxman


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