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The first part of Tony Kushner's award winning epic depicts life in America during the 1980s. This production is recommended for audiences sixteen and up.
Dael Orlandersmith visits the Père Lachaise cemetery in Paris, searching gravestones for the famous and the obscure while watching the living wander past. The memories come quickly, haunting Orlandersmith with thoughts of her challenging relationship with her own mother. A spellbinding tale of growing up in poverty in Harlem in the 1960s, Forever is about the trauma in her life, and her search for identity, forgiveness, and love. Orlandersmith's raw emotion is balanced with superior artistry in this world premiere from one of theatre's most innovative voices. "Dael Orlandersmith is a highly acclaimed playwright, but it's her breathtaking command of the stage as the star of her own works, many of which are solo shows, that often most impresses." - TheaterMania
Each choice we make is a vital stitch in the ornately and delicately embroidered fabric of our lives. In her celebrated play Intimate Apparel , Pulitzer Prize-winner Lynn Nottage weaves an intricate tapestry of the joys, sorrows, tragedy, and triumph of a gifted but lonely African American seamstress in early Twentieth-Century Manhattan as she negotiates the choice between a love that is accepted and one that is true.
An unquestioned classic of the American theatre told with sly humor and profound meaning, Our Town transports us to Grover's Corners, a place of secret wishes and disappointments, loves and losses, where the people we meet are shockingly like the ones in our own lives. Meet Emily and George. They've grown up together in their small New England town, falling in love in a surprisingly complicated way. Their growing up, their living, and their dying provide the lens through which the story is told, a story that focuses on a village but encompasses the eternal, finding the world in a grain of sand. "Indeed the play's success across cultural borders around the world attests to its being something much greater than an American play: it is a play that captures the universal experience of being alive." - Donald Margulies
- In the aftermath of World War I, First Lady Edith Wilson believes her new husband, President Woodrow Wilson, was put on earth by God to prevent future cataclysms and build a League of Nations, assuring peace across the globe. When her husband's health is threatened, Edith takes unprecedented steps, including keeping the Vice President and the Congress at bay, to assure that their dream will come to pass. Asserting her own will in the old boys' club of Washington, D.C., the First Lady protects her husband while claiming a slice of power for herself. The Second Mrs. Wilson chronicles a unique incident in United States history with intrigue and excitement.