First up will be Cusi Cram's Radiance, to be directed by Suzanne Agins in the fall. The action begins in 1955, at a seedy bar just off Hollywood Boulevard, where a mysterious stranger arrives and quickly turns the quiet universe of the local watering hole upside down.
In the spring of 2013, Philip Seymour Hoffman will direct A Family for All Occasions, written by Bob Glaudini. The comedy tells the story of Howard, who just wants to express himself although his family doesn't seem interested in listening. Things change with the arrival of his promiscuous daughter's latest suitor.
The season will conclude in the summer of 2013 with a new play by Stephen Adly Guirgis. No description of the piece is currently available.
Labyrinth will also be presenting two full festivals of play readings, free of charge, to their audiences. NEWYORKNEWYORK is a week-long tribute to the plays and culture of New York City featuring Labyrinth artists, friends, and special guests. And coming back for its fourteenth consecutive year is the BARN SERIES, the annual festival of brand new plays, featuring the work of Labyrinth Company Members and guest artists engaged in Labyrinth's unique development process.