Adam Scott Mazer


When the zombie apocalypse breaks out in 1880’s Texas, smooth-talking con man Lawrence and saloon girl Adele must fight for both their lives and their souls.


A lone nannybot journeys through the post-technological wasteland of the far future in search of purpose and connection.


The Tower presents the psychedelic tragedy of The Donner Party, that notoriously ill-fated group of westward pioneers that became snowbound in the winter of 1846-47 and was forced to resort to cannibalism to survive.

ADAM SCOTT MAZER is a Brooklyn-based playwright, actor, director, and fight choreographer. He graduated from Brown University with a degree in Theatre Arts in 2008, and has since appeared in or directed productions for EST, Vampire Cowboys, Target Margin, Ugly Rhino, Piehole, Depth Charge, The Samuel French OOB Festival, and Columbia’s MFA program. His original plays DEATH VALLEY and MOTHERBOARD were produced by AntiMatter Collective in 2011 and 2012, respectively. His newest play, THE TOWER, opens in April 2014. He also moonlights as an illustrator; his graphic poetry collection THE BONES OF US, with writer J. Bradley, was released in March 2014 by YesYes Books.