Catch a trio of exciting new Seattle Public Theatre stage productions at the Bathhouse Theater with this three-show package. First up is the world-premiere play Fire Season, about a small town left reeling when a 12-year-old boy overdoses on Oxycontin in rural Washington. It's an at times funny and always unflinching look at strong, working-class Americans hoping to make it through another day. In Dry Land, Amy and Ester must find a way to terminate Amy’s unwanted pregnancy -- soon. Limited by their age and the legal restrictions on reproductive health services in their locality, the two best friends meet in the locker room of their Florida high school and do their best to manage the situation. And The Call centers on a white couple who face unexpected challenges after deciding to adopt a child from Africa. Politically-charged and tack-sharp, it's a startling portrait of cultural divide, casting global issues into the heart of an American home.