by Nick Payne
November 21 – December 20, 2015
This spellbinding, romantic journey begins with a simple encounter between a man and a woman. What happens next defies the boundaries of the world we think we know — delving into the infinite possibilities of their relationship and raising questions about the difference between choice and destiny.
“SEXY! May be the most sophisticated date play Broadway has seen!”- The New York Times
by Terrence McNally
January 23 – February 21, 2016
It’s Opening Night on Broadway – and playwright Peter Austin, his career on the line, anxiously awaits reviews at a private party. This riotous comedy by the 4-time Tony Award Winner — and author of last Season’s Mothers and Sons — is a celebration of theatre at its best… and theatre people behaving their not-so-best!
“A MAMMOTH HIT! Deliriously dishy!”- The New York Times
based on CANDIDA
by George Bernard Shaw
Music by Joshua Schmidt | Lyrics by Jan Levy Tranen | Book by Austin Pendleton
March 26 – April 24, 2016
Having been presented at Lincoln Center, this musical explores the fires burning beneath the surface of a marriage. The Reverend James Morrell is an energetic Socialist, a man after Shaw’s own closely guarded heart. He and his wife, Candida, are happily married – or at least they think they are — until a romantic young poet enters the scene, turning their world upside-down.
“REMARKABLE! That rarity of rarities, an adaptation of a major play that improves decisively on its source material. I long to see it again—and again.”- The Wall Street Journal
by Marco Ramirez
May 28 – June 26, 2016
This explosive play is inspired by the story of boxer Jack Johnson who, at the height of the Jim Crow era, became the most famous and notorious black man on Earth. With a combination of rapid-fire dialogue and rhythmic percussion it depicts the epic journey of one man’s quest for fame–no matter the consequence.
“ASTONISHING! A tightly laced drama about race, success, trust and boxing that delivers a power punch to the soul!”- Chicago Sun Times
This play has received great reviews in London, Chicago and LA. It opened at Lincoln Center in March to great reviews. Award-winning playwright Marco Ramirez was born and raised in Miami — and attended Miami-Dade County Public schools. He went on to New York University and then was accepted into the prestigious playwriting program at Julliard. He left Julliard to go to Hollywood to write for television. Since there, he has worked on Sons of Anarchy, Orange Is The New Black, Daredevil and Da Vinci’s Demons.
by Markus Potter and David Holthouse
July 30 – August 28, 2016
A powerful thriller based on a true story that aired on NPR’s This American Life, it follows renowned journalist David Holthouse’s secret pursuit of justice for a crime hidden for 25 years — and explores the dangers of vengeance, the power of forgiveness, the strength of family — and the bogeymen that lurk inside us all.
“COMMENDABLE AND THRILLING! A brave exploration of a subject that is taboo!”- The New Yorker
by Robert Askins
October 1 – 30, 2016
In a devoutly religious town in Texas, a shy student finds an outlet for his burgeoning creativity at the local Christian Puppet Ministry. All seems fine until his once soft-spoken hand-puppet takes on a shocking and dangerously irreverent personality all its own. As the puppet Tyrone’s influence over Jason grows, the play explores – in an incredibly comic fashion – the fragile nature of faith, morality and the ties that bind us.
“TERRIFIC! As disturbing as it is uproarious!” – The New York Times