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After twenty years apart, Emma tracks Ulysses to a trailer park in the middle of nowhere for a final reckoning. What unfolds is a visceral and profound meditation on love and loss with the simplest of theatrical elements: two people in one room. A breathtaking story about the longevity of love.
The Charles R. Drew Prep School for Boys is dedicated to the creation of strong, ethical black men. Pharus is confident and charismatic, and he wants nothing more than to take his rightful place as leader of the school's legendary gospel choir. But his differences lead classmates to lash out with slurs tinged with more than a little jealousy. Can he find his way inside the hallowed halls of this institution if he sings in his own key?
Inspired by the McCarthy-era Communist witch hunts, Miller's masterpiece of good and evil is being revisited at the Guthrie for the first time in four decades. Under the keen direction of Joe Dowling, whose productions of Miller's All My Sons and Death of a Salesman are raved about to this day, this stirring production features an impressive cast of more than 20 actors.
It's 1692 and a dark magic possesses Salem. The God-fearing citizens are on their guard and no one is beyond suspicion. As investigations into witchcraft reach their height, a young woman points a finger at Elizabeth, the blameless wife of John Proctor. But Proctor finds he cannot save her without unearthing his own black sin. With powerful notions of faith and uncertainty, and truth and deception – burning as feverishly today as the day it was written – this Tony Award-winning masterpiece of the American canon is a must-see.
After his son runs off to find his fortune, Pridamant seeks the aid of an eccentric illusionist; a sorcerer with the ability to conjure images and dreams. Scenes from the son's life marvelously appear before them, each an exotic and perplexing situation, each more inexplicable than the last, with varying names, shifting places, and dizzying rivalries. Adapted by Tony Kushner from Pierre Corneille's classic comedy, The Illusion reveals the boy's fate only at the very end, for better or for worse, and that it's not quite what his father was led to believe.
One of the great plays of the 20th century, Juno and the Paycock is an epic tale of one family's survival in Dublin following the Irish Civil War. Jack Boyle, known to his neighbors as the "paycock," is out of work and determined to stay that way. He and his sidekick Joxer spend their time drinking and playing cards while Juno, the matriarch, attempts to keep their family together. When the family learns of an inheritance from a distant relative, the money is spent before it even arrives. But will they transcend the events that conspire to keep them in their place?
Director Joe Dowling's legendary Gate Theatre production opened on Broadway in 1988 and launched his prolific directing career in the U.S. The New York Times raved "Dowling's Juno is alive at every level – as a boisterous comedy, as wrenching tragedy, as blistering social commentary." You won't want to miss this singular evening in the theater.
By day, George is a brilliant linguist, devoted to recording the disappearing languages of disappearing cultures. By night, he can't find the words to stop his wife from leaving him. His assistant can't make him recognize the depth of her feelings for him, and two of the last Ellowans on the planet refuse to speak to each other. A whimsical exploration of the power of connecting, Cho's play is ultimately a celebration of life, whatever its sorrows. "…a tour de force… passionate, wise and wonderful." —Talkin' Broadway
When wealthy merchant Horace Vandergelder engages the services of legendary matchmaker Dolly Levi, he gets much more than he bargained for. Under Dolly's clever guidance, a swirl of innocent clerks, spirited millineresses, snooty waiters and other eccentric characters become delightfully entangled in 19th century New York. Thornton Wilder's hilarious farce about love, money and adventure features the signature humanity, wit and relevance of one of America's greatest playwrights. This joyous romp celebrates the spirit of generosity and living life to the fullest. Presented by Girl Friday Productions.
Tommy is getting by, crashing in his uncle's ramshackle house in Dublin, dodging his estranged family and plotting a parade of get-rich-quick schemes with his buddy. Then one day Tommy defends a destitute woman from a violent attack and a fragile glimmer of hope appears.
Guess who's coming to town. Why is a groom missing? Why did a bride discard her wedding gown? Why is there a dead body in the ice palace? The Winter Carnival mystery is hardly elementary, and Saint Paul needs Sherlock Holmes's legendary powers of deduction. Based on Larry Millett's lauded novel, this gleeful whodunit is both wholly original and an homage to all things Holmes.
Does art imitate life? Or does life imitate art? From Pulitzer finalist and Tony Award nominee Sarah Ruhl (Dead Man's Cell Phone, In the Next Room (or the Vibrator Play)) is this wickedly clever and charming tale about what happens when lovers share a stage kiss — or when actors share a real one. When two actors with a history are thrown together as romantic leads in a forgotten 1930s melodrama, they quickly lose touch with reality as the story onstage follows them offstage. The New York Times hailed Ruhl's new play a "daffy comedy about the emotional pitfalls of the acting life."
Sandbox Theatre brings rich, visual storytelling to an all new ensemble-created exploration of Karel Čapek's 1936 sociopolitical sci-fi tale of corruption, selfishness and absurdism. Told with Sandbox's signature stylized design, movement and language, War With the Newts promises a sprawling, sharp-witted commentary on profit-first economies, the dangers of pride and nationalism, and a stern warning of our self-destructive nature.
Directed by wunderkind John Command, this show takes off like a shot and rarely descends to earth thereafter! When a Kander and Ebb heroine cries out "Sometimes you're happy and sometimes you're sad, but the world goes 'round," she really means it, just as she means that life is a cabaret old chum, or maybe this time she'll win! You won't want to miss what promises to be the hit of the season!
Director Gary Gisselman makes his Jungle debut with this production of America's most beloved classic comedy. Universal and timeless, the play concerns itself with the path to happiness: tune out the world, find your own personal freedom and live life to the fullest!