Next season at the Boston theatre will include new works by Winnie Holzman, Jeffrey Hatcher, Gina Gionfriddo and Craig Lucas. Oh, and Nick Offerman.
The city’s notorious child murders of 1979 are the backdrop of Janine Nabers’s ‘Serial Black Face,’ and Steve Yockey will get two world premieres.
A mix of new work and local premieres, including plays by Lucy Kirkwood and Stephen Adley Guirgis, are on tap, along with a new second-stage series.
The D.C.-area theatre’s new season includes new musicals from Adam Gwon and Brian Feinstein, plus area premieres from Annie Baker and Bathsheba Doran.
The troupe’s 19th season also includes the Chicago premiere of ‘American Idiot’ and the return of ‘ADDING MACHINE: A Musical.’
The New York City theatre celebrates its 30th season with a mix of new plays and musicals, including two world premieres.
Also on tap are new works by A.R. Gurney and Naomi Wallace, a Martha Clarke collaboration with Alfred Uhry, and a return of the popular n’Old Hats.’
New plays by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, Jennifer Haley and Rajiv Joseph, plus a return of the Neo-Futurists, are also on tap for the D.C. theatre.
The Atlanta theatre will produce the world premiere of Mike Lew’s ‘Tiger Style!’, Eleanor Burgess’s ‘Start Down’ and Charles Randolph-Wright’s new musical about BeBe and CeCe Winans.
Artistic director Barbara Gaines will present her exploration of Shakespeare’s history plays, plus the Q Brothers’ hip-hop ‘Madsummer’ and magician Teller’s ‘Tempest.’