Next season also includes world premieres by Jaclyn Backhaus and Jeremy O. Harris.
The form-breaking playwright/composer puts his work, and his audiences, through ‘A Strange Loop.’
With her satire of performative wokeness, the Native American writer strives to subtly rewire audiences’ default responses.
Up for a post-show discussion? Four a.d.s explain why they are—and you just might be too.
The veteran actor, who’s picking up ASL for Craig Lucas’s new play, recalls working with Horton Foote and laments compressed rehearsal time.
‘The Wolves,’ ‘Dance Nation,’ and ‘School Girls,’ all by young female playwrights, show girlhood in all of its complexity and ferocity.
From a 19th-century play about the African-American experience to Pulitzer winners ‘Angels in America’ and ‘I Am My Own Wife,’ May was a memorable month for theatre.
The long-standing distance between a mother and her son is not quite closed in this new play about grief, guilt, and longing.
In the midst of the #NeverAgain movement, can theatre artists foster nuanced conversations on the polarizing topics of gun violence and gun control?
The season will feature world premieres by Larissa FastHorse, Tori Sampson, Halley Feiffer, and Michael R. Jackson.