HILLARY AND CLINTON
by Lucas Hnath
FRESH FROM BROADWAY! NEW YORK TIMES CRITICS PICK!
November 23 – December 22, 2019
In New Hampshire during early 2008, a former First Lady is in a desperate bid to save her troubled Presidential campaign. Her husband sees things one-way; her campaign manager sees things differently. This play is a profound and timely look at two of the most controversial figures in American political history.
“Audacious, whip-smart, highly entertaining!” – Chicago Tribune
by Joseph McDonough
WORLD PREMIERE CO-PRODUCTION WITH PALM BEACH DRAMAWORKS
January 18 – February 16, 2020
In the early 1950’s, Gertrude Berg and Phillip Loeb, the pioneering stars of television’s groundbreaking sitcom, The Goldbergs, heroically struggle to save their show, their careers, and their friendship in the face of McCarthyism, anti-semitism, and the political climate of the country. Based on actual events, Ordinary Americans reveals the double-edged sword between speaking out and staying silent.
by Aaron Posner
NEW YORK TIMES CRITICS PICK!
March 21 – April 19
In this brash reworking of Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya, a group of old friends, ex-lovers, estranged in-laws, and lifelong enemies gather to grapple with life’s thorniest questions–and each other. What could possibly go wrong? Incurably lustful and lonely, hapless and hopeful, these seven souls collide and stumble their way towards a new understanding that LIFE SUCKS! Or does it?
“Bitingly funny, unexpectedly touching!” – New York Times
by Augusto Federico Amador
May 23 – June 21
Miami, Florida, 1984 – four years after the Mariel Boatlift. A man is dying in a nursing home claiming to have been Cuba’s last famous drag queen and to have had a passionate love affair with the Cuban revolutionary Che Guevara. An African-American nurse, strikes up a friendship with him. United by untold pasts, shared confessions change their lives forever against the background of Cuba in the late 60’s and 70’s, when the Castro regime begins its systematic and brutal persecution of homosexuals.
by Arthur Miller
A MULTI-AWARD WINNING PLAY
July 25 – August 23
This brilliant, powerful and deeply moving play examines with compassion, humor and rare insight, the relationship of two long-estranged brothers who meet after many years to dispose of their late father’s belongings.
A riveting story about the struggle to make peace with the past and create hope for the future.
“One of the most engrossing and entertaining plays that Miller has ever written!” – New York Times
by Jackie Sibblies Drury
2019 PULITZER PRIZE WINNER! NEW YORK TIMES CRITICS PICK!
September 26 – October 25
A middle-class, impeccably coifed and made-up mom, is anxiously preparing for a party in her fastidiously appointed beige-on-beige home. It’s her formidable mother’s birthday and she wants everything to be perfect. What at first appears to be a family comedy takes a sharp, sly turn into a startling examination of deep-seated paradigms about race in America.