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Be Here Now
by Deborah Zoe Laufer
Directed by Courtney O’Connor
A romantic comedy in which two damaged souls ask themselves how much they’re willing to risk for love and meaning.
“Transformative and infinitely entertaining, Be Here Now is a witty comedy, romance, and tragedy rolled into one. It is a brilliantly perceptive take on the meaning of life and happiness in today’s world.”
— Around the Town, Chicago
Fabulation Or, The Re-Education of Undine
by Lynn Nottage
Directed by Dawn M. Simmons
From two-time Pulitzer Prize-winner Lynn Nottage (Intimate Apparel, By the Way, Meet Vera Stark, Sweat) comes a riches-to-rags comedy about a high-powered African-American publicist who stumbles down the social ladder after her husband steals her hard-earned fortune.
A co-production with the Front Porch Arts Collective
“Four Stars! A delectable treat!”
—Time Out New York
A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder
Book and lyrics by Robert L. Freedman,
Music and lyrics by Steven Lutvak
Directed by Spiro Veloudos
Choreographed by Rachel Bertone
Music Direction and Piano by Matthew Stern
This Tony Award-winning Best Musical follows the hilarious adventures of Monty Navarro, eighth in line for an earldom in the lofty D’Ysquith family, as he sets out to speed up the line of succession by using a great deal of charm…and a dash of murder. Of course, all will be worth it if he can slay his way into Highhurst Castle. And what of love? Because murder isn’t the only thing on Monty’s mind.
“Please give a hearty welcome to Monty Navarro, the conniving killer who helps turn murder most foul into entertainment most merry. Delightful!”
— NY Times
Fires in the Mirror
by Anna Deavere Smith
Directed by Megan Sandberg-Zakian
Actor Maurice Emmanuel Parent animates 26 characters in Anna Deavere Smith’s epic play, helping us to understand the African-American and Jewish frissons leading to the 1991 Crown Heights riots.
“Turns headlines into pure drama.”
—NY Daily News.
The Book of Will
by Lauren Gunderson
Directed by Courtney O’Connor
In the wake of Shakespeare’s death, his company of actors unite to preserve the plays they performed, narrowly rescuing the iconic playwright from obscurity. A love letter to Shakespeare, the power of art, and the stage.
“Nobody ever has really answered that question, “How did [Shakespeare] know these things so young?,” but here is a play that points out that unless someone had saved what he knew, we’d all be even more ignorant about human nature than we currently seem. Humorous, entertaining, and irreverent!”
— Chicago Tribune
All My Sons
by Arthur Miller
Directed by Rebecca Bradshaw
A young couple is kept apart by the ghosts of family and the sins of a father. A story of lies, greed, love, and loss.
“At a time of flux and fakery when lies masquerade as truth, we find reassurance in Miller’s moral rigour. A tribute to the enduring power of Miller’s appeal to our collective conscience.”
Book by Heather Hach
Music and Lyrics by Laurence O’Keefe and Nell Benjamin
Based on the novel by Amanda Brown and the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer motion picture
Directed by Leigh Barrett
In this vibrant musical, Elle Woods proves that blonde is a state of mind, as she accomplishes much more than anyone – herself included – thought possible.
“A bright testimony to the power of women and the importance of self-love. Leaving a show happier than you were coming in is a wonderful thing!”
— Broadway World
* Season is subject to change