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Can we find redemption? Whatever happened to Abigail Williams? It's 1702, a decade after The Crucible's infamous seductress danced with the devil in Salem. Imagining the destiny of the immortal stage villain who cried "Witch!," this thrilling next chapter by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa (Fox's Glee, Broadway's Spider-man: Turn Off the Dark) finds Abigail living under an assumed name in a village far from Salem, trying to start afresh. But now her past is about to catch up with her.
35 years ago, Cathy (Felicity Huffman) killed two police officers after inciting an act of anarchy. Now, she comes face to face with her parole officer, Ann (Rebecca Pidgeon), for the last time. This 70 minute, thought-provoking play comes to a head as Ann seeks a sign of true rehabilitation or at the very least regret, while Cathy bargains to be set free.
Pulitzer Prize winning playwright David Mamet (Glengarry Glen Ross) and LA Drama Critics Circle Nominated Director/Producer Marja-Lewis Ryan (One In The Chamber) team up with Academy Award Nominee Felicity Huffman and Film Critics Award Winner Rebecca Pidgeon for a truly special six-week run.
Martin Sherman's profound love story takes audiences into the deepest, darkest moments of two gay men's struggle to survive in Nazi Germany. In the first major U.S. revival since its Broadway premiere in 1979, Moisés Kaufman directs this startling and moving play that illustrates how love can transcend persecution, no matter the cost.
In the 1950s, the bloody generations-long conflict between the Irish Republican Army and England became even more incendiary when various IRA splinter groups began a campaign of terror against civilian targets, a decision that was even felt here in America, especially in the heavily Irish Philadelphia neighborhood known as Corktown.
Corktown '57 is a powerful drama about an Irish-American family torn apart by the conflict. When the family patriarch learns he has only six months to live, he hatches a scheme to regain his status in the eyes of the Irish Republican movement. But his plan soon spirals out of control and toward tragedy. See this explosive new drama at the Odyssey Theatre in Los Angeles.
Willy Loman has become the quintessential image of the traveling salesman, forever chasing his dream of success, but always falling short of true contentment and happiness. Presented in a series of dreamlike flashbacks, we see the failing philosophy of Willy's life, even as he stubbornly hangs onto the need to be liked. Seeing his failed dreams reflected back from his sons, his hopes and regrets are shared by everyone who has questioned life choices. This is truly a thrilling work of deep and revealing beauty by one of the true masters of American Drama.
Sex, ...lies, ...and money. a true story of false profits.
2001 saw the biggest corporate bankruptcy in history to date, and then the real story unraveled: political influence, money laundering, sex, intrigue, ...and in this case, ...music, dance, three blind mice and raptors too. Finance at this level is truly, ...electric!
Guided by the whimsical ghost of her Holocaust survivor grandfather, Sarah Klein clumsily struggles to emerge from her mid-twenties as more than just the good student, the good daughter, the good girlfriend. Saddled by an overbearing mother, an unappreciative boyfriend and an overly competitive sister, Sarah must define her unique place in the world, face her fears, embrace her roots, and of course, grow a pair of...wings.
Spring, 1940. Mickey and Worm are best pals and partners in grifting, gambling, and all kinds of shady deals. Mickey is a failed boxer who took a fall for a big payoff; Worm is the brains to Mickey's brawn, but is tired of scraping by for a living and wants a regular job. Night club singer Maddy is Mickey's long-time moll, but she's got aspirations for Broadway -- and even a chance to pursue her dream, if she's willing to leave Mickey for Lou, a rich and shady night club owner. Giselle, a seemingly innocent young nightclub singer, is more a femme fatale than anyone suspects and becomes intertwined amongst them all. Lou has a fortune in cash ripe for the picking and somebody is going to get it -- leaving some dead, some disappointed, and some a whole lot richer..
An extraordinary gathering of young idealists live above a vegan restaurant in NYC. Billy, Dawn, Dear and Wyatt are an extended sexual family battling their fears and addictions in order to live their utopian dream. Pied Pipers is a celebration of love and the search for human grandness, and what happens when bohemian paradise begins to crumble.
Charlie Duff's nightly newscast makes him a voice to be heard, so why isn't his teenage son listening? When an on-air prayer for his father goes viral, Duff finds himself at the center of a firestorm over God's place in the newsroom. When his prayers turn prophetic, Duff suddenly has the power to reach everyone — except his own son. Stephen Belber's sharp new play asks if there is anything more vital than the faith we have in one another.
Recorded In Hollywood - The Musical is the true and fascinating story of legendary Los Angeles music producer John Dolphin. A well-respected and successful black businessman, record label owner, and music producer well before Motown ever existed. In 1948 he opened his World Famous Dolphin's Of Hollywood Record Shop on legendary Central Avenue in South Los Angeles, the music mecca on the west coast, but his contributions to music and the formative years of Rock'n'Roll have often been overlooked. Based on the book Recorded In Hollywood: The John Dolphin Story, the new musical features 13 original songs to match the musical era of the 1950s, as well as some hit cover songs associated with the story.
Waterfall is an epic love story, set in Bangkok and Tokyo between the turbulent years of 1933 and 1939, as a monarchy falls in Thailand and Japan moves to the brink of war. A young Thai student falls in love with the American wife of a Thai diplomat, and the story of their forbidden love parallels history as the new democracy of Siam moves into the vortex of the increasingly anti-American Japan. With a gloriously romantic score, Waterfall is a modern love story of timeless scale.
Women on Time presents seven original short plays, featuring funny, moving and provocative moments with women -- from suffragettes to corporate execs -- as they navigate through an American century.
Produced by 5inaHive – award-winning actors, writers and directors producing theatre by and about women – the world premiere of Women on Time stars Joanna Miles, Julie Janney and Kimberly Alexander, who bring to life 21 unforgettable characters in an acting tour de force.