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Gwen & Ida:

The Object Is Of No Importance

Nu Sass Productions and Uncle Funsy come together to present the world premier of "Gwen & Ida: The Object is of No Importance" by DC playwright David S. Kessler.

Be the first to see this powerful original work about two of history's forgotten heroines.

Ida needs a break, she needs Jack to give her that break, and she's going to use the life story of neglected painter Gwen John to get that break. Gwen - she has opinions about that.

Directed by Lynn Sharp Spears
Starring Aubri O'Connor, Rebecca Ellis, and Matty Griffith

Caos on F
923 F St NW
Washington, DC

June 7th - 29th

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Nu Sass Productions is proud to present a one night remounting of Mary Myers’ Helen Hayes nominated performance in Marx In Soho

Don’t miss this single night opportunity to see Marx In Soho back where it started at Caos on F.

Directed by Angela Kay Pirko
Starring Mary Myers

Caos on F
923 F St NW
Washington, DC

Monday, June 24th @ 8:00pm

Tickets $20


Nu Sass is now hiring Set, Sound and Lighting designers for our next few shows. Click the links below for more information.

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DEAD DOG'S BONE: a birthday play

Equal parts irreverent and heartbreaking, Dead Dog’s Bone is a family drama about loving people you have nothing in common with, the melancholia of birthdays, and the goodness of dogs.

Written By: Veronica Tjioe
Directed By: Mara Sherman

Caos on F
923 F St NW
Washington, DC

March 22 — April 14
Evening showtimes: Thursday —Saturday @ 8PM
Matinee showtimes: Sundays @ 2PM

Poster Art by the Incredible Hannah Day Sweet

Poster Art by the Incredible Hannah Day Sweet




A polyamorous cis-bi pragmatist actor gave an anti-romantic cis-het realist playwright creative license to tell a (mostly) real life story about looking for love in ALL the places. What resulted is an incomplete guide to dating your Aubrey.

Join us for a one-woman tragic comedy about fucking up, jezebels, ethical non-monogamy, and all other things love.  

Premiers in the 2018 Capital Fringe Festival
Written by Danny Rovin (Stone Tape Party)
Directed by Lynn Sharp Spears
Starring Aubri O'Connor
Artistic support from Charles Lasky, Danny Rovin, and Moriah Whiteman

Tickets and showtimes available here!

The Veils

A female Marine returns home from deployment in Afghanistan to begin planning her wedding. While being tormented by her controlling sister and mother, she fights against the ghosts she’s returned with from her experience overseas.

Written By: Hope Villanueva
Directed By: Angela Kay Pirko

Anacostia Arts Center
1231 Good Hope Rd SE
Washington, DC

February 15th – March 4th
Evening showtimes: Wednesday Through Monday @ 8PM
Matinee showtimes: [Closing Weekend] Saturday & Sunday @ 3PM

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"The Ugly One" Reviews


We are excited that our show went well and have some great reviews! Check them out below.

If your review isn't listed here, please reach out to to have it added. We are always open to listen to, and share, your voice!


DC Metro Theater Arts Review: ‘The Ugly One’ at Nu Sass Productions

by John Stoltenberg on November 19, 2017

The gutsy woman-centric theater company Nu Sass is notable for producing works that feature women in major roles, onstage and off, typically in a tiny second-floor space on F Street that seats only 30 and feels a lot like a living room. In both substance and setting, Nu Sass creates up-close experiences that audiences cannot help but be drawn into, on themes that importantly intersect women’s lives...

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BWW Review: Nu Sass Presents Amusing Satire THE UGLY ONE

by Barbara Johnson Nov. 19, 2017

t's what's on the inside that counts. THE UGLY ONE by German playwright Marius von Mayenburg skewers that idea, and Nu Sass brings us an energetic take on the satirical play. Renana Fox directs actors who embrace their roles with effervescence, three out of four of them playing multiple characters, while colorful lighting by E-Hui Woo enhances the absurdist atmosphere...

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