by Anna Ziegler
November 24 – December 23, 2018
Two freshmen at Princeton spend a night together that alters the course of their lives. They agree on the drinking, they agree on the attraction, but consent is foggy – and if unspoken, can it be called consent? A funny, witty and lyrical investigation into gender and race politics, our desire to fit in and the three sides to every story.
“RICH AND MEMORABLE! Could not be better timed!” – New York Times
by Pulitzer Prize Winner Paula Vogel
January 26 – February 24, 2019
Inspired by the true events surrounding the controversial 1923 Broadway debut of Sholem Asch’s God of Vengeance—a play seen by some as a seminal work of Jewish culture, and by others as an act of traitorous libel. Set at a time when waves of immigrants were changing the face of America, this play with music charts the history of an incendiary drama and the path of the artists who risked their careers and lives to perform it.
“BEST PLAY OF THE YEAR! Remarkably powerful! Sheds light on a time when history, Jewish culture and the depiction of lesbian love explosively intersected!” – New York Times
by Lucy Kirkwood
March 16 – April 14, 2019
In a remote cottage on the lonely British coast, a couple of retired nuclear engineers are living a very quiet life. Outside, the world is in utter chaos following a devastating series of events. When an old friend turns up at their door, they’re shocked to discover the real reason for her visit. This scary play makes tense drama out of the catastrophic results of human meddling in the natural world. 2018 Tony Best Play Nominee!
“CRITICS PICK! Astonishing and thrilling!” – New York Times
by Joshua Harmon
May 18 – June 16, 2019
The head of the admissions department at a New England prep school is fighting to diversify the student body. With her husband, the school’s Headmaster, they’ve brought a stodgy institution into the 21st century. When their only son sets his sights on an Ivy League university, personal ambition collides with progressive values! A play that explodes the ideals and contradictions of liberal white America. By the author of BAD JEWS.
“ASTONISHING AND DARING! An extraordinarily useful and excruciating satire – of the left, by the left, for the left – for today!” – New York Times
by Dominique Morisseau
July 20 – August 18, 2019
The play tackles the corrosion of the American Dream – and the economic, racial, and social tensions of a city, a workforce, and a nation. Set in a small factory in Detroit – the play articulates the workers struggle to survive. Their banter and confrontations are a powerful currency, posing urgent questions and revealing startling truths.
“CRITICS PICK! A deeply moral and deeply American play!” – New York Times
by Tom Dugan
September 21 – October 20, 2019
Filled with hope, humanity and humor – this is the riveting true story of Simon Wiesenthal, who devoted his life to bringing more than 1,100 Nazi war criminals to justice. Intelligent, funny, flawed and noble – his unbelievable dedication and tenacity over decades is honored in this play, which gives equal weight to his wisdom and wit during his long, purposeful life.
“MOVING! POWERFUL! These stories are heartbreaking and beautiful!” – New York Times