PALM BEACH, FLA.: Palm Beach Dramaworks has announced its 2018-19 season, featuring five mainstage productions.
The season will start with Paula Vogel’s Indecent (Oct. 19-Nov. 11), a play with music that explores the journey of Sholem Asch’s controversial drama God of Vengeance.
Next up will be the world premiere of House on Fire (Dec. 7-30), by Lyle Kessler, about how a father and his two sons’ lives are forever changed when two strangers appear.
The season will continue with The Spitfire Grill (Feb. 1-24, 2019), with book and music by James Valcq, and book and lyrics by Fred Alley. The folk musical follows a young parolee who ventures to Gilead, Wisc., to work at Hannah’s Spitfire Grill and to get a fresh start.
Following will be August Wilson’s Fences (March 29-April 21, 2019), a drama about a former Negro League star working as a sanitation worker to support his family in Pittsburgh in the 1950s.
The season will conclude with John Guare’s The House of Blue Leaves (May 17-June 2, 2019), about an untalented songwriter hoping to receive a blessing from the Pope during his visit to New York City.
Founded in 2000, Palm Beach Dramaworks produces classic and contemporary plays and musicals, and overlooked works.
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