New York Times Critics' Pick!
Transgender ‘Street Children,’ Out on a Pier
"The characters in some plays — generally the not-so-good ones — leave your consciousness almost as soon as you leave the theater. Others stay a while, or never leave at all. I’m confident that the three central characters in “Street Children,” an affecting and saucily funny new play by Pia Scala-Zankel, about transgender youth living on the harsh streets of New York in the 1980s, will remain with me for good. But also, given the dark turns their lives take, for not-so-good."
- Charles Isherwood
Unlimited by Form and Convention
Vertigo Theater Company strives to make provocative theater accessible to all walks of life.
1. foster a diverse, collaborative community that challenges and nurtures creative artists.
2. develop and produce new works that expose both the audience and the artists to experiences beyond their comfort zones.