Logan Reed, Srda Vasiljevic, Tom Kirdahy, Sally Cade & Alex Crawford at The LGBT Community Center.

February 22, 2016: Sally Cade collaborated with Tom Kirdahy Productions and Broadway Cares Equity Fights Aids to present a benefit reading of Tim Pinckney's Still At Risk to the LGBT Center. The reading was directed by Carl Andress and featured the tremendous talent of Michael Berresse, Amy Hohn, Francis Jue, Matt McGrath and Michael Urie. 

Posted on February 22, 2016 .

February 8, 2016: Sally Cade teamed up with Alex Timbers to present an industry reading of Jay Reiss, Erin Quinn Purcell, and Mark Hollmann's HOORAY FOR ICEBOY featuring Ana Gasteyer, George Salazar, Orville Mendoza, Steve Rosen, Karl Kenzler, Rebecca Ayers, John Ellison Conlee, Kristian Espiritu, Erin Felgar, Bradley Gibson, Emily Shoolin, Darryl Winslow, and Brian Moore Johnson. 

Posted on February 8, 2016 .

January 2016: Tom Kirdahy Productions partnered with Merrimack Repertory Theater on their 2016 hit, THE WHITE CHIP. Sally Cade took a trip up to see the production and visit the fine folks at MRT in Lowell, MA in January.

Posted on January 28, 2016 .

December 9-11, 2015:  The Hug the Lonely Cactus crew is in the fabulous Hub Studios space recording Laura Gragtmans' album. See the video to the left for exclusive footage from our fist recording session!

Posted on December 9, 2015 .

December 9, 2015: As Associate Producer at Tom Kirdahy Productions, Sally Cade worked with The Center to present a special benefit reading of Holding The Man by Tommy Murphy. The reading featured Tony nominee Micah Stock and Andy Mientus of NBC's Smash. This is the beginning of a reading series curated by TKP and taking place at The Center that promotes cross generational dialogue within the LGBT community.

Posted on December 9, 2015 .

Laura Gragtmans at the Hug the Lonely Cactus fundraising concert.

November 22, 2015: In celebration of Laura Gragtmans' Hug the Lonely Cactus, Sally Cade is hosting a concert party featuring music from Momentary Delay, The Good Morning Nags, and, of course,Laura! Thanks to Drunk Shakespeare for donating their fabulous space.

Posted on November 22, 2015 .

Ryan J. Haddad in Hi, Are You Single?

November 18 & 19, 2015: Ryan J. Haddad's Hi, Are You Single? returns to Dixon Place for a two night engagement. Click HERE for tickets!

Posted on November 18, 2015 .

Alejandra Escelante & Ronald Peet

November 12, 2015: Oregon Shakespeare Festival and Sally Cade produce a reading of The Tempest by William Shakespeare and transcribed for contemporary voices by Kenneth Cavander. This reading was a part of OSF's controversial Play On! program.

Posted on November 12, 2015 .