One Year Lease Theater Company’s epic recreation of the 1973 Battle of the Sexes tennis match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs with BALLS™, written by Kevin Armento & Bryony Lavery, commissioned and developed by One Year Lease.
One Year Lease Theater Company’s, Drama Desk Award-nominated production of Kevin Armento’s new play thrilled audiences in its 2015 world premiere Off Broadway at New York’s 59E59 Theaters, and received the Stage Award at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival
Sexy, funny, and intensely physical, Stockholm explores a love so passionate that it has become a prison, peeling back the skin of a dangerous romance to reveal dark and bitter truths.
Bryony’s play Frozen, commissioned by Birmingham Rep
Join Lucy as she creates an extraordinary meal during her touching, disjointed, and often humorous struggle with an inexplicable event.
What We Know is three parts memory, two parts disbelief,
Skin Tight by acclaimed playwright Gary Henderson is a moving and magical love story, both passionate and brutal. A couple dissect their love with fierce poetry and potent physicality.
A famous artist invites old friends to her new home for a long awaited reunion. But the celebration comes to an abrupt end when the host suffers a horrific accident. An almost unthinkable plan starts to take shape
The Killing Room is a Beckett-style 80-minute dark comedy that envisions a nightmarish world at the very end of humanity through the lives of the two evil tyrants whose violence managed to conquer all.
Zig thought he could talk his way out of anything. That is, until he met Rose. Now he finds himself locked away, playing a very dangerous game. Welcome to The Tender Mercies
Meet an epically dysfunctional family plucked from Greek mythology and dropped square in the middle of Fast Food Nation.
In Clay McLeod Chapman’s teaser cow King Minos is a cattle baron hell-bent on world
A typical English evening in a typical English home with a pair of typical English couples turns out to be not so typical after all in Eugene Ionesco’s The Bald Soprano. OYL produced the classic absurd play that breaks all the rules. OYL rehearsed The Bald Soprano in Greece in the summer of 2008. It was the first work created by OYL’s newly formed ensemble of actors.
Phil is a guy you’ll love to hate… but he might just charm your pants off. Literally. Spend an evening with Phil and see his darkly comic misadventures in Bed. From schoolboy dalliances and college trysts to marital failure and home-bound houseboys, Phil’s relationship roller coaster will entertain, appall, and maybe even shock you with a hint of the familiar.
In Phaedra’s Love, playwright Sarah Kane imagines a world where excess, lust and violence rule. Though Kane’s Hippolytus is bored, promiscuous, slob who has already slept with her daughter, Phaedra’s passion is undaunted. In a play where Ubu Roi meets Quentin Tarantino, the fumblings of this doomed family are as violent and ugly as they are comedic.