The summer season will run shows in rep a week longer, making room for a new TYA series and a festival of new plays.
This season will take audiences across the globe, from a bar in Philadelphia to the countryside of Russia and back.
The Central New York theatre’s season will include plays from Aaron Posner, Lucas Hnath and Ken Ludwig.
The Northern California theatre’s season will include Lynn Nottage, George Bernard Shaw, Lanford Wilson, and Alex Timbers and Michael Friedman’s ‘Love’s Labour’s Lost’ musical.
The season will include revivals of works by Paula Vogel and Brooke Berman, as well as a world premiere by Jami Brandli and a five-part anthology inspired by ‘Antigone.’
On the slate are a lesser-known Tennessee Williams play, John Guare’s ‘House of Blue Leaves,’ a tribute to U.S. war veterans and the popular plane-crash docutheatre piece ‘Charlie Victor Romeo.’
The Los Angeles theatre’s 2015-16 season will include a world premiere play by Alexandra Gersten-Vassilaros, plus news plays from Laura Eason, Bess Wohl, John Patrick Shanley and Rajiv Joseph.
A newly devised ‘Antigone’ and Stoppard’s ‘The Hard Problem’ join ‘An Octoroon’ and ‘The Christians’ on the theatre’s slate.
The roster at the Houston theatre includes Richard Bean, Sharr White, Tom Stoppard and Jennifer Haley.
The Connecticut theatre’s season will include a world premiere by Samuel D. Hunter and a revival of Emily Mann’s ‘Having Our Say.’