Til' Death Do Us Part tells the story of David and Alison as they struggle through pressures of married life. Queer Thoughts, a satire exploring sexual orientation, is set in a world where gay is the norm and straight is the anomaly. One heterosexual teen must face the consequences of coming out to his parents. Flicker is about a teen struggling with depression and offers a glimpse into how she views the world through her illness. All three plays are original works from Pittsburgh. A talkback will follow the performance of Flicker.