The season will open with Detroit (September 9 - November 7), a new play from Lisa D'Amour about a neighborly friendship with some unexpected complications. The company will feature Kevin Anderson, Kate Arrington, Ian Barford, Robert Breuler and Laurie Metcalf.
Tracy Letts and Amy Morton will star in a revival of Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (December 2 - February 6), to be directed by Pam MacKinnon.
In the new year, Jessica Thebus will direct Sally Murphy and Stephen Louis Grush in Laura Eason's Sex with Strangers (January 20 - May 15), which focuses on two writers who find their casual online and sexual relationship has deeper meaning.
A revival of Lanford Wilson's The Hot L Baltimore (March 24 - May 29), directed by Tina Landau, will feature Alana Arenas, K. Todd Freeman, Yasen Peyankov, and Allison Torem.
The season will conclude with Will Eno's look at a pregnant woman's arrival in a new city, Middletown (June 16 - August 14), to be directed by Les Waters and featuring Alana Arenas, Francis Guinan, Martha Lavey and Tracy Letts, and Michael Patrick Thornton.
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