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Vassar and New York Stage and Film's Powerhouse collaboration continues to be a launchpad for powerful new American theater. Notably, Lin-Manuel Miranda's Hamilton and Stephen Karam's The Humans — the 2016 Tony Award winners for Best Musical and Best Play, respectively — received early development at Powerhouse. Last summer, Powerhouse presented first-look productions of two new works that have since been named finalists for the 2017 Pulitzer Prize for Drama: Sarah DeLappe's The Wolves and Taylor Mac's A 24-Decade History of Popular Music.
This year's season includes two mainstage productions: Sacred Valley and Good Men Wanted. There are also musical workshop presentations of shows under development by Lisa Kron, Lynn Nottage, Duncan Sheik, and others. For a complete list of performances and venues, click the link below.
Stuck in a rather awkward age group in a rapidly corroding country, several young writers have come together to raise fictional havoc for your viewing pleasure. Mom's Insurance is an assemblage of plays by cockamamie playwrights under the age of 26. In this group show, you'll find Grim Reaper romances, casual resurrections, exoskeleton excavations, and good old-fashioned ventures into the business of manufacturing. It's an electric and eclectic night of theater that'll leave you bellowing, "FREE US FROM THESE FLESH PRISONS!"
Sundays@Six is a free reading series focused on works-in-progress. The WorkShop Theater presents sit-down readings of new and revisited scripts by company playwrights and of projects initiated by company artists. Most of the readings are followed by a moderated dramaturgical discussion.
The sibling bond is something that can be strong or fragile. When the beloved matriarch of three siblings starts to lose her graceful battle with aging, this bond is tested.