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Everyman is successful, popular, and riding high when Death comes calling. Forced to abandon the life he has built, he embarks on a last, frantic search to recruit a friend, anyone, to speak in his defense. But Death is close behind, and time is running out.
One of the great primal, spiritual myths, Everyman asks whether it is only in death that we can understand our lives. A cornerstone of English drama since the 15th century, this new adaptation by poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy was presented at the National Theatre, London, in April 2015.
A Play Adapted by Terry Johnson Based on the Novel by Charles Webb and the Motion Picture Screenplay by Calder Willingham and Buck Henry.
Benjamin Braddock is a confused young man. Having spent four years achieving a brilliant scholastic record, upon graduation he finds himself adrift, uncertain about his future, disconnected from his purpose, and increasingly alienated from the upper-class, suburban, "plastic" world of his parents.
Fighting panic and boredom, he is deeply conflicted but ultimately willing when Mrs. Robinson, the unhappily married, alcoholic, and dangerously charismatic wife of his father's business partner, tempts him into an affair. Benjamin's tenuous existence of lazy days and stolen nights falls apart when he falls in love — with Elaine, Mrs. Robinson's upbeat, optimistic daughter.
Terry Johnson's stage adaptation of "The Graduate" is full of rapid-fire dialogue between fascinating and horrifying characters.
This thrilling new version of Friedrich Schiller's classic Mary Stuart pits the ousted queen of Scotland against the reigning queen of England in a titanic battle of wills. Imprisoned by the English crown on suspicion of treason, Mary vies for her cousin Elizabeth's throne even as she pleads for her life. Meanwhile, Elizabeth must navigate the male-dominated world of court politics, foreign wars, and domestic intrigue to decide Mary's fate. Will she act on her conscience? Or will she conform to patriarchal politics-as-usual to achieve her goals? Based on historical events, King Elizabeth is a classic for today.
Out of Many is a new musical play based on personal stories of immigration to America. Through an intimate series of songs and vignettes, the play explores the unquenchable human spirit and the will to survive common to those seeking a land of safety and liberty. Across time and nations, these scenes of misery and hope, of love and pain, play out in schoolhouses, stores, and perhaps even within our own families or backyards. Audience members are drawn inside the lives of those who, much like ourselves, are simply seeking a better life.
This wonderfully intimate drama, set on the 50th anniversary of John F. Kennedy's assassination, unfolds in the Apple home in Rhinebeck, New York, as the family shares a monumental evening together — one that is both unique and familiar to us all.