by Mark St. Germain
November 25 – December 24, 2017
Boston Globe Critic’s Pick
Everyone knows Dr. Ruth Westheimer as America’s most famous sex therapist. Few, however, know the incredible journey that preceded it. From fleeing the Nazis in the Kindertransport and joining the Haganah in Jerusalem as a scout and sniper, to her struggles to succeed as a single mother coming to America, Becoming Dr. Ruth is filled with the humor, honesty and life-affirming spirit of Karola Ruth Siegel, the girl who became “Dr. Ruth”.
“Endearing! Inspiring and highly enjoyable! An illuminating portrait!” – New York Times
by Steven Levenson
February 3 – March 4, 2018
New York Times Critic’s Pick
A powerful tale of a Jewish-American family and a culture at odds with itself. Three siblings reunite to celebrate their father’s 75th birthday. As destructive secrets and long-held resentments bubble to the surface, they negotiate — with biting humor and razor-sharp insight — how much of the past they’re willing to sacrifice for a chance at a new beginning.
“Passionate and provoking! Brainy in its arguments and visceral in its emotions!” – New York Times
by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins
April 7 – May 6, 2018
New York Times Critic’s Pick & Finalist for 2016 Pulitzer Prize for Drama
A funny, trenchant and powerful new play that follows an ambitious group of editorial assistants at a Manhattan magazine, each of whom hopes for a life of letters and a book deal before they turn thirty. When an ordinary workday becomes anything but, the stakes for who will get to tell their own story become higher than ever.
“A straightforward, sharp-toothed comic drama! It is to the New York publishing business what David Mamet’s SPEED-THE-PLOW is to the Hollywood film industry!” – New York Times
I’M GONNA PRAY FOR YOU SO HARD
by Halley Feiffer
June 9 – July 8, 2018
TimeOut New York Critic’s Pick
Ella is a precocious and fiercely competitive actress whose sole aim in life is making her famous playwright father, David, proud. Over the course of a boozy evening, Ella and David deliberate over whether to read the reviews of her Off-Broadway debut… and things unravel from there. Halley Feiffer’s dark, probing and very funny new play pulls the audience into the middle of a deeply complicated relationship and sheds new light on the eternal struggles of parents and children to find common ground.
“Bone-chilling… punishing drama!” – New York Times
WHITE GUY ON THE BUS
by Bruce Graham
August 11 – September 9, 2018
New York Times Critic’s Pick
A fearless new play that unravels a complex web of moral ambiguity, revenge, and racial bias. A wealthy white businessman and a struggling black single mom ride the same bus week after week. As they get to know each other, their relationship sparks a candid and surprising look at racial and economic divides.
“A riveting, thought-provoking piece of theater!” – New York Times