The Brooklyn company will present works that explore morality and promote social justice.
The Brooklyn theatre’s 2019-20 season will include a new play about Miller’s trips to Beijing in 1983.
The disability-centered theatre company will perform both in Colorado and internationally.
The season will feature works from Brazil, Mexico, and Poland, among others.
The 2019-2020 season will feature a new musical about the gay community of 1955 Boise.
The season will feature the American premiere of Sedef Ecer’s ‘At the Periphery.’
The company’s 55th season will include works by Lynn Nottage, Lucy Prebble, Wendy McLeod, and Jen Silverman.
The season will feature classics like ‘Steel Magnolias’ and new adaptations including ‘Babette’s Feast.’
The company’s 26th season will feature works by Audrey Cefaly, Mark St. Germain, George Brant, and Lee Hall.
The classics theatre will premiere a Spanish-influenced Shakespeare adaptation by Karen Zacarías.