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Rachel Bonds' Five Mile Lake is a stunning new play by an astonishingly talented writer. With exquisite care, Bonds paints a moving portrait of a group of young people, yearning to make the right choices—and facing the choices they have already made—as they journey into their thirties in a rapidly transforming world. Directed by Emily Mann, Five Mile Lake McCarter's tradition of introducing major new plays and writers to the American stage (Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, The Convert, and Anna in the Tropics). Don't miss this funny, tender, and heart-wrenching play about those who stay, and those who go away.
An international sensation, Miss Saigon is an epic, daring musical that is universal in its emotional power. During the turmoil of the Vietnam War, an American soldier and a Vietnamese girl fall in love, only to be separated during the fall of Saigon. Sadly, their struggle to find each other over the ensuing years ends in tragedy. Alain Boubill and Claude-Michael Schonberg (creators of Les Miserables) bring Puccini's Madame Butterfly to the modern world in this moving testament to the human spirit and the tragedies of war. Filled with show-stopping numbers like "I Still Believe," "Why God Why" and "The American Dream," Miss Saigon is one of the most stunning spectacles of all time.
There's nobody like August Wilson. His ten-play cycle, chronicling the lives of African-Americans in each decade of the 20th century, is among the greatest masterpieces of our time. One of Wilson's most powerful and transcendent works, The Piano Lesson is a profound, melodic tale set in 1930s Pittsburgh. To reclaim his family's legacy, Boy Willie must sell their priceless heirloom, but will his sister and the ghosts of their past stand in his way? Full of soaring poetry and shattering intensity, The Piano Lesson is a universal story of memory and perseverance.
Donald Margulies uncovers the layers of a relationship between a photojournalist and foreign correspondent—once addicted to the adrenaline of documenting the atrocities of war, and now grounded in the couple's Brooklyn loft. Photographer Sarah was seriously injured while covering the war in Iraq; her reporter partner James had left weeks earlier, when the stress and horrors became too much for him. Now James writes online movie reviews while Sarah recovers.