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The Minutes

Beneath the deadpan back-and-forth of a seemingly typical city council board meeting lies the whiff of something distinctly sinister in Tracy Letts’s new play The Minutes. Known for his keen ability ...

Mlima's Tale

Continuing in her tradition of crafting thought-provoking, socially conscious dramas, Lynn Nottage’s play tells the story of Mlima, an elephant struck down by poachers for his magnificent tusks. Beginning ...

The Thanksgiving Play / What Would Crazy Horse Do?

In The Thanksgiving Play, a group of well-intentioned white teaching artists scramble to create an ambitious “woke” Thanksgiving pageant that also celebrates Native American Heritage Month. Amidst ...

What the Constitution Means to Me

When she was fifteen years old, Heidi Schreck earned money for her college tuition by giving speeches about the U. S. Constitution. Decades later, she traces the effect this document has had on four generations ...

He Brought Her Heart Back In A Box

In her first new work in a decade, Adrienne Kennedy journeys into Georgia and New York City in the 1940s to lay bare the devastating effects of segregation and its aftermath. The story of a doomed interracial ...

A Strange Loop

Usher is a black, queer writer, working a day job he hates while writing his original musical: a piece about a black, queer writer, working a day job he hates while writing his original musical. Michael ...

Linda Vista

Fifty-year-old Wheeler is moving into his own apartment after a nasty divorce. With a blend of humor and humanity, Pulitzer Prize–winning playwright Tracy Letts demonstrates the ultimate midlife crisis: ...

Gloria

An ambitious group of editorial assistants at a prestigious Manhattan-based literary magazine are each chasing the same dream: a life as successful writers—and to get out of their cubicles before they ...

Hoodwinked

Inspired by the tragic events of the Fort Hood massacre in 2009, Emily Mann's new documentary-style play uses first-person accounts to examine the response of a nation in a fear-driven political climate. ...

Everybody

Inspired by the 15th century morality play Everyman, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ new work follows Everybody (played by one of five actors selected by lottery at the beginning of each performance) as he ...