The season includes Christopher Durang, D.L. Coburn and a playwright yet to be announced.
George Orwell’s work returns to Steppenwolf, as well as a world-premiere devised performance by Michael Rohd.
Highlights include surrealistic plays, adaptations, puppetry, burlesque and stilt-walking.
The theatre selections include Samuel Beckett, Shakespeare, shadow shows and children’s theatre.
The new season will tackle themes of existentialism, fear and science fiction.
The slate includes a new musical about race by Cheryl L. Davis and Douglas J. Cohen, plus the company’s first-ever non-musical play.
The slate includes Strindberg, de la Barca and a new take on Giraudoux’s ‘Ondine.’
After two years’ hiatus, the troupe is back to producing plays, including works by Craig Wright and Anthropological Theatricals.
The seven productions of the 2015–16 season revolve around the theme of family.
Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’s ‘Octoroon’ and Kristoffer Diaz’s ‘The Upstairs Concierge’ bookend celebrations of the theatre’s neighborhood and of the Latino theatre movement.