33 Variations by Moises Kaufman
September 15 – October 1
Drama, memory and music combine to transport you from present-day New York to nineteenth-century Austria in this extraordinary play about passion, parenthood and the moments of beauty that can transform a life.
Enemy of the People by Arthur Miller (adapted from the Ibsen)
November 17 – December 3
A “miracle” healing spring that actually poisons; a doctor desperate to spread the truth; a town desperate for false promises; a press which profits from confusion and conflict.
Beer For Breakfast by Sean Grennan
January 12 – January 21
Three old buddies, together again for a long overdue “guys weekend.” Revelations, comic twists, and a party crasher make this a weekend they won’t soon forget!
Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike by Christopher Durang
February 23 – March 11
2013 Tony Award for Best Play
When movie star Masha, along with her boy-toy Spike, descend upon Masha’s siblings Vanya and Sonia, the results range from mild madcap to absolute absurdity.
Clybourne Park by Bruce Norris
May 5 — May 20
2011 Pulitzer Prize for Drama
2012 Tony Award for Best Play
What happened after The Youngers moved into the all-white neighborhood of Clybourne Park? Over 50 years, we watch the neighborhood change—and then change again—in ways explosive and slow-burning.
Master Class by Terrance McNally
July 20 – August 5
1996 Tony Award for Best Play
A play that is in itself a master class of theatricality and the craft of playwriting—Master Class is an intimate, revealing, sweetly funny, and consummately entertaining look into the world of the legendary Maria Callas.