The D.C. theatre’s new season will include a world premiere by Martyna Majok, plus Suzan-Lori Parks’s ‘Father Comes Home From the Wars.’
Nina Raine’s ‘Tribes,’ Richard Bean’s ‘One Man, Two Guvnors,’ ‘Evita’ and ‘Mary Poppins’ will also be part of the Austin theatre’s next season.
The California summer theatre’s 2015 season will include “August: Osage County,” “Green Grow the Lilacs” and an “As You Like It” set in the post-Civil War South.
The Rhode Island theatre’s new season will include ‘Julius Caesar,’ Wendy Wasserstein, and the return of directors/choreographers Richard and Sharon Jenkins.
Cleveland Play House will present a mix of contemporary and classic plays during its 2015–16 season
World premiere plays by Paula Vogel, Jiehae Park and Jen Silverman will play in the New Haven theatre’s 2015–16 season.
The 2015-16 season at the Chicago theatre will include new plays about the Clintons by Lucas Hnath and about gun control by Sarah Gubbins.
The theatre will feature a new comedy by Paul Slade Smith and the local premiere of Shanley’s “Outside Mullingar.”
The TYA company next season includes a Japanese ‘Alice in Wonderland,’ surfer hero Duke Kahanamoku and an eco-collaboration.
The theatre’s 2015-16 season will feature both classic drama and a fourth world premiere by Bruce Graham.