Me and Lizzie a feature film written and directed by Leo Caine

“Me and Lizzie” is a dark, bloody comedy about people trying to connect in the big city.  Serial monogamist Paul rooms with friend-of-friend Lizzie, and looks for simple romantic solutions with a dating app and ends up with complications beyond his wildest dreams. Based on an original concept & characters by Leo Caine & Amanda Van Nostrand

Expected release in 2016

King Kirby co-writen by Crystal Skillman and Fred Van Lente

From the Jewish ghetto of New York's Lower East Side to the battlefields of France to the Senate hearings of 1950s, this is a hysterical and heartbreaking story about a man who pours his quintessentially Twentieth Century life into his comics, only to make the fateful mistake that sends him into obscurity while his creations become known to every person on Earth. A real-life "Adventures of Kavalier & Klay", King Kirby asks what happens when an artist doesn't own his own legacy? Can he ever get it back? 

KING KIRBY is a play by the husband-and-wife team of New York Times bestselling comics writer Fred Van Lente and NYIT award-winning playwright Crystal Skillman about the life and times of Jack Kirby, the great comic book artist who created or co-created some of your favorite heroes on the page and screen, Captain America, the Avengers, Thor, Fantastic Four, the X-Men, Iron Man, Young Romance, the New Gods, Darkseid, The Demon… the list goes on and on.

Part of the Comicbook Theater Festival at The Brick | Review: NY Times (critics' pick), Surreal Time Press

The House of Von Macramé by Joshua Cole

Britt is a small town girl who unwittingly becomes a muse to eccentric fashion designer, Edsel Von Macramé.  As she becomes increasingly tormented by psychic visions of grisly occult murders within the industry, as more and more models disappear and Von Mac works on his radical new line, Britt and famed fashion journalist Rosemary Crawley team up to search for the horrific truth. What’s behind this string of murdered models? And what glamorous terrors await them within The House of Von Macramé?  

A pop horror fashion show, The House of Von Macramé is a celebration of stylish European horror films from the 60′s and 70′s, an extravaganza of design and spectacle, and an exploration of iconoclasts.   

Presented by the Management at the Bushwick Starr

Lies We Tell Ourselves by Josh Sohn

"Lies We Tell Ourselves" is about memory. And maturity. And reconciling one's past with one's future. And also flamethrowers. Set on the brink of a wedding, the play hurls Gabe into his own psyche (literally) to grapple with his life, his mistakes and his pathway forward. Above all, this is a story of an individual in a desperate search for courage.

Part of the NY International Fringe Festival | Reviews: Theatre is

The Pen Is Mighter by Joshua J. Cole

A darkly sardonic comedy about an Everywriter overcoming the seemingly external obstacles of writer’s block.

Part of the Samuel French Off-Off Broadway Festival, festival finalist

Meanwhile, in Baghdad by Joshua J. Cole

History doesn't repeat itself, but it often echoes. When the bombings come home, who becomes the insurgent and who the liberator? Are the blind leading the blind in this war? Come walk a mile in someone else's sandals.

Part of the NY International Fringe Festival