A commissioned Sherlock Holmes play and a new musical inspired by 9/11 are among the offerings in the 2015–16 season.
The slate includes a new academic drama by T.J. Brady and the U.S. professional premiere of Frank Wildhorn’s ‘The Count of Monte Cristo.’
The slate ranges from Neil Simon to Julia, from a bio-drama about Justice William O. Douglas to ‘Man of La Mancha.’
The Houston theatre’s series includes a ‘Sweet Potato Queens,’ a world premiere from Melissa Manchester and Rupert Holmes.
New plays, musicals, puppetry pieces and cabaret shows will get an airing at the storied development center.
Plays by Frederick Stroppel, Aaron Posner, Mark St. Germain and David Robson are on the slate.
The bill includes plays by Gina Gionfriddo and Tom Stoppard, plus a world premiere by resident playwright Nate Eppler.
The slate includes plays by Ayad Akhtar, Ken Ludwig, Ike Holter, Laura Eason and Lucas Hnath.
Works by Shakespeare, Brecht and Shaw fill the slate under the title ‘Bloodlines.’
The roster ranges from Eugene O’Neill to Patsy Cline, from Donald Margulies to Dr. Ruth.