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The club may be closed, but the party is just heating up! This sizzling revue finds a group of veteran musicians assembled for an after-hours jam session to swap stories and share their favorite tunes, pulled from the greatest hits of Muddy Waters, Ma Rainey, Sophie Tucker, Howlin' Wolf, Pearl Bailey and more. Featuring nearly two-dozen smokin' songs and non-stop riffs, these hot rhythms celebrate the bawdier side of the blues and are guaranteed to keep the theatre sultry and steamy from the first note to the last.
Determined to save the land he loves, Angus Stewart escapes from his nursing home and is found hiding in the family barn. As a boy, the cantankerous 85-year-old witnessed his Ohio farmhouse wash away in the catastrophic flood of 1937. Now, the floodgates of progress are threatening to sweep it aside once again. Mad River Rising flows from past to present and remembered moments in between as its unforgettable characters wrestle with the uncompromising bonds of family, responsibility and legacy. What results is a poetic, poignant and utterly captivating drama.
From the award-winning playwright of Love! Valour! Compassion! comes a gripping new drama about change, reconciliation and what it means to be a family. Cal and his husband Will have built a happy life with their 6-year-old child. Then the mother of Cal's former lover makes a surprise visit to their Manhattan home — 20 years after her son's untimely death. She's a vibrant reminder of how much and how little has changed for a generation of gay men facing a future they never imagined. A 2014 Tony nominee for best play.
Gardens and cultures clash, turning friendly neighbors into feuding enemies in this funny world premiere by the author of The Book Club Play. Pablo, a high-powered lawyer, and doctoral candidate Tania, his very pregnant wife, are realizing the American dream when they purchase a house next door to community stalwarts Virginia and Frank. But a disagreement over a longstanding fence line soon spirals into an all-out war of taste, class, privilege and entitlement with hilarious results. Native Gardens is a comedy about good intentions and bad manners in which no one comes out smelling like a rose.
Four beautiful, badass women lose their heads in this irreverent, girl-powered comedy set during the French Revolution. At the height of the Reign of Terror, playwright Olympe de Gouges, assassin Charlotte Corday, activist Angelle Ogé and former queen Marie Antoinette hang out, plot murder and try to beat back extremist insanity in Paris. This world premiere fantasia by one of the country's most exciting young playwrights considers how we actually go about changing the world.
An exciting and inspirational new play from the creators of Fly! In the 1947 Negro Leagues, Satchel Paige is the king of baseball: a charismatic, superstar pitcher despite his advancing age. But as Jackie Robinson wraps his first historic season in the majors, Paige finds his own fame eclipsed and his desire for greater respect increasingly frustrated by the barriers all around him. A story of passion and perseverance, this jazz-infused drama paints a vivid picture of America on the brink of great change — on and off the baseball diamond.
Provocative, sexy and funny, Sex with Strangers playfully explores what transpires when private lives become public domain. Famous blogger Ethan finds himself snowbound with the gifted but obscure novelist Olivia. Their passion for each other is matched by their envy of the other's career. But when their literary futures become intimately intertwined, both writers must confront the complications of reinventing themselves when the past is just a click away.
One of the most treasured novels of all time returns to the Playhouse stage for the first time in more than 20 years in this sweeping adaptation! Set in Depression-era Alabama, To Kill a Mockingbird follows the precocious tomboy Scout and her brother Jem during one life-changing summer. They discover the true meaning of courage when their father, Atticus, a small-town lawyer, defends a black man accused of a crime he didn't commit. Harper Lee's Pulitzer Prize winner is a timeless and timely tale of innocence lost and honor found.