Written by Peter Gwinn & Bobby Mort
Directed by Frank Caeti
December 2016 & December 2017
The Second City/The Kennedy Center
The Second City brings its infamous improvisational skills and sketch comedy mastery to the timeless tale of Ebenezer Scrooge.
"Tia Shearer’s goofball evocation of Tiny Tim tugs at your heart while splitting your sides..." - DC Metro Theatre Arts, 2017
The Happiest Place On Earth
Written by Phillip Dawkins
Directed by Matt Bassett
July 2017, Spring & Summer 2019
The Hub Theatre/Aurora Fox/1st Stage
Philip Dawkins retraces and illustrates the true story of the women in his family, exploring their history and asking if there really is a place where the dream that we wish can come true.
"Tia Shearer, one of the area's most charismatic and talented performers, goes on a tear as she performs an entire family's worth of characters in this one-person show." - Broadway World
Written by Idris Goodwin
Directed by Douglas Irvine
The Kennedy Center TYA
Teenager Michelle struggles to find the confidence to speak. A mysterious doctor gives her a mask to help, but the gift possesses supernatural abilities that cause her to give words amazing power--and also the potential to cause terrible harm. After finding no trace of the doctor, and as others surprisingly start mimicking her newfound abilities, will Michelle be able to master the monster within?
"Shearer is a straight up chameleon, switching between characters as diverse as a mysterious therapist, a teenage video game champ, and a fellow teenage poet friend of Shelly’s." - DC Metro Theatre Arts
Written by William Shakespeare
Directed by Wendy C. Goldberg
Baltimore Center Stage
Shakespeare’s crowd-pleasing comedy takes Baltimore Center Stage by way of a new production that turns the Elizabethan tradition of all-male casts on its head. Performed by an all-female company of actors, As You Like It tells the story of lovers Rosalind and Orlando who, when forced to flee into the Forest of Arden, become ensnared in a game of romance and mistaken identity.
"Speaking of hair-trigger tempers, mean brother Oliver (a brash and impetuous Tia Shearer) is jealous of his knightly younger brother Orlando..." - DC Metro Theatre Arts