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On December 14, 2012, an act of unbelievable madness took the lives of 20 innocent children and 6 adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. These 26 deaths—described by one local resident as "pebbles thrown into a pond"—created ripples that captured the attention of the entire nation. Now, through a series of interviews with the people of this small New England town, the true stories of that tragic day and its aftermath come to light in this powerful drama that asks, "How does a community endure the ultimate test, and what comes after the cameras and noise leave?"
From one of the country's most exciting up-and-coming playwrights comes this poignant world premiere about three generations of women and the legacies they inherit. In the 1950s, teenager Madeleine runs away to New York with hopes of becoming a dancer. Twenty years later, her own headstrong daughter Max, a wannabe cowboy, rebels against the same small-town Massachusetts life that drove her mother away. Fast forward 30 more years, and Max's daughter Nix travels the country as a musician, chasing a fantasy that may or may not be her own. As the daughters face the ripple effect of their mothers' choices, they wrestle with their own half-buried dreams and desires in this coming-of-age story.
With equal parts comedy and adventure, Baskerville's fast-moving, pulse-pounding and murderously funny ride plays out in grand scale, proving just how far from elementary the truth can be. The world's favorite detective returns in the most famous case of his career. This time it's the gloomy and foreboding world of fog, quicksand, moors and monsters that combine to create a dizzying web of clues. Sherlock Holmes and his faithful companion Dr. Watson must unravel them quickly if they hope to save the latest heir to the Baskerville fortune from a centuries-old curse. Grab your deerstalker and cape — the play's afoot!
Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for drama and a sold-out hit in Chicago, London and New York, Disgraced exposes the stories we tell our friends, the secrets we tell our lovers and the lies we tell ourselves. Hotshot lawyer Amir Kapoor has spent a lifetime distancing himself from his strict Muslim upbringing. Ironically his wife, an artist, finds her own work increasingly inspired by Islam. When the two host a dinner party for their friends and colleagues, polite conversation escalates into an explosive exploration of identity, religion and politics. This timely and provocative new play illuminates the not-so-hidden prejudices very much alive in America today.
From her home outside Dayton, Ohio, bestselling author Erma Bombeck gave a hilarious voice to ordinary suburban housewives everywhere, using humor to tell the reality of her life and theirs. At Wit's End chronicles Bombeck's fascinating story, beginning in 1964 with the launch of her groundbreaking newspaper column through her emergence as America's favorite mother, with top billing on kitchen refrigerators from coast to coast. Filled with Bombeck's own wit and wisdom, this new play paints a warm and funny portrait of the woman who dared to ask, "If life is a bowl of cherries, what am I doing in the pits?"
One of the most beloved television families of the 1980s takes to the stage. Almost thirty years have passed and Alex P. Keaton, now running for Congress, returns to his parents' Columbus home with his sisters, Mallory and Jennifer, who are parents of their own. Gathered together once again, they relive some of the most important moments from their childhood - the growing pains, heartbreaks and reconciliations - with fondness and appreciation for simpler times that defined a generation.
Passionate romance meets thrilling psychological drama in this critically acclaimed adaptation. Poor and plain but with a fiery spirit, Jane Eyre overcomes a troubled childhood to land a position as governess at the mysterious Thornfield estate. Her fortunes take an improbable twist once she falls for Thornfield's enigmatic master Mr. Rochester and finds her love returned. When secrets from the past threaten her newfound happiness, Jane decides to forge her own path, one in which she can be true to herself and follow her heart. Jane Eyre depicts an unconventional heroine for the ages who's certain to cast a spell on fans of the novel and those new to her charms.
The first script in August Wilson's trailblazing 10-play cycle about the 20th-century African-American experience, Jitney follows a group of men who operate an unlicensed car service in Pittsburgh's Hill District during the 1970s. As they hustle to survive, they're forced to confront the potential destruction of their community when the city threatens to close their station and board up the block in the name of urban renewal. Winner of the Drama Critics' Circle Award and Olivier Award for best play, Jitney showcases Wilson's unequaled talent for celebrating the quiet dignity that can be found in the everyday struggles of life.
For forty-eight years, Norman Thayer and his energetic wife, Ethel, have been spending the summers at their lakeside home on Golden Pond, fishing and watching for loons. This year, their divorced daughter, Chelsea, her new fiancé and his thirteen year old son make an unexpected visit. When Norman develops an unlikely friendship with the boy, it reinvigorates the grumpy retired professor and highlights the rocky relationship between this father and his now middle-aged daughter. As the summer days grow short, there is still time for their family to heal, and to rediscover the joys in everyday life.
The quintessential elf-gone-bad is back to share a series of less-than-merry misadventures in David Sedaris' hysterical antidote for holiday havoc. Spend some time with the irreverent Crumpet—one of Santa's little helpers during the Macy's Christmas shopping rush—as he handles the hordes of insufferable shoppers and their kiddies with whacked out, wicked wit in the return of 2015's sold out hit comedy.
Based on mesmerizing true events, Summerland tells the riveting tale of William H. Mumler, a spirit photographer with a talent for taking haunting images of the dead. Set in 1869, the story follows Mumler's meteoric rise and fall, from his wildly successful studio business, which boasted Mary Todd Lincoln as a client, to his indictment for fraud. Did Mumler really capture the visits of loved ones from beyond the grave? Or were his living subjects the victims of unspeakable deception meant to prey upon their longing to believe? Summerland is a gripping and suspenseful world premiere in which the camera provides an invitation to the truth between two worlds.