by James Grippando
November 23 – December 22, 2019
Based on the life of IBM founder Thomas J. Watson, Sr., this is the story of the Nazi’s use of IBM’s pre-computer technology and the world’s first “personal information” catastrophe – the systematic identification of Jews. In 1937, Watson became the first American to receive the Order of the German Eagle award, one of the highest honors Adolf Hitler ever bestowed on a non-German.
*Single Tickets On Sale: September 21, 2019
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.
*Single Tickets On Sale: November 23, 2019
by Arthur Miller
A MULTI-AWARD WINNING CLASSIC!
March 21 – April 19
One son abandoned his dreams to support his father after the family lost their fortune in the Great Depression – the other didn’t. Thirty years later they reunite to sell the remainder of the estate. A brilliant, deeply moving play about reconciling the past to create hope for the future.
“One of the most engrossing and entertaining plays that Miller
has ever written! It is superbly, even flamboyantly theatrical!” – New York Times
*Single Tickets On Sale: January 18, 2020
by Eleanor Burgess
May 23 – June 21
A black student at an elite university and her esteemed professor meet to discuss a paper. They’re both intelligent, liberal women – but discussions of grammar and Google turn to race and reputation – and the exchange explodes into a clash over history, patriotism and power.
“One of the best plays I’ve seen about who gets to tell the story of America, and how!” – Washington Post
*Single Tickets On Sale: March 21, 2020
by Tanya Saracho
July 25 – August 23
A Mexican-born novelist gets her first TV writing job on a white male dominated set and befriends the only other Latino around, a janitor. Soon after, plots similar to his personal stories show up in her scripts. A play about class, culture and identity within immigrant communities.
“Saracho’s writing is so sharp! A powerful piece with a fresh voice and a bright future!” – Denver Post
*Single Tickets On Sale: May 23, 2020
by Jackie Sibblies Drury
2019 PULITZER PRIZE WINNER! NEW YORK TIMES CRITICS PICK!
September 26 – October 25
A middle-class, impeccably made-up mom is anxiously preparing for a birthday party in her fastidiously appointed beige-on-beige home. What at first appears to be a family comedy soon takes a sly, sharp turn into an examination of deep-seated racial paradigms in America.
“Dazzling and ruthless! A glorious, scary reminder of the unmatched power of live theater to rattle, roil and shake us wide-awake. ” – New York Times
*Single Tickets On Sale: July 25, 2020