Past Projects

Past Productions:

Making Babies and Other Complications 

"Where do babies come from?"
(Usually. That is, hopefully. I mean - ideally.)

Where we come from isn't nearly as complicated as what comes next. 

Complications Company presented an anthology production exploring the tangles of life after birth.

Making Babies and Other Complications featured seven short works by Mary Beth McNulty, was directed by Laura Roald, and performed by Chris Caswell, Alex Nicosia, John Milton Oliver and Cael Barkman. 

April 20-23, 2017 at Off Center for the Dramatic Arts.
Thursday, April 20 - 7:30 PM
Friday, April 21- 7:30 PM
Saturday, April 22 - 2:00 PM
Saturday, April 22 - 7:30 PM
Sunday, April 23 - 4:00 PM

There will be a Pay-What-You-Can Preview Wednesday, April 19 at 7:30 PM

Complications Company at Wrecking Ball: F**k 2016

Complications Company joined other local Vermont artists onstage at the first ever Wrecking Ball on December 17, 2016.  
wrecking ball

In the spirit of immediate creation inspired by current events, Complications Company presented Bird's Nest by Mary Beth McNulty and Why You Should Not Move To Canada By Your Canadian Friend Laura by Laura Roald.

Complications Company at the 2016 Burlington Fringe Festival

Complications Company had two offerings at the Burlington Fringe Festival at Off Center for the Dramatic Arts in October 2016

No(h) Mom 

by Mary Beth McNulty

June wants a nice afternoon in the woods with her beautiful young daughters. Is that too much to ask? The hyper-vigilance of modern motherhood meets the formal beauty of ancient theater in No(h) Mom.

featuring Tracey Girdich, Andy Krackow, Penelope DeRosset, Chip Patullo, Noah Patullo, Alana Torraca.

directed by Laura Roald

Thoughts and Prayers 

by Laura Roald

Annabeth is at the laundromat every Sunday to do laundry and watch her Netflix. Today, the wifi is down -and she decides to speak. Guns, God, and grief all hit the spin cycle in a wry look at the aftermath of tragedy.

featuring Laura Roald

directed by Mary Beth McNulty