Julia Cho
Julia Cho
The Intiman Theatre has announced the plays that will comprise its 2011 season.

Valerie Curtis-Newton will direct a production of Arthur Miller's All My Sons, which looks at a family facing life in the aftermath of World War II. The world premiere of Tanya Barfield's look at international adoption, The Call, will be directed by Andrew Russell.

Also on the theater's schedule is a revival of J.M. Synge's classic about a mysterious man who enthralls a small Irish town, The Playboy of the Western World, directed by Kate Whoriskey; Julia Cho's The Piano Teacher, which focuses on a woman visited by two former pupils; and Chloe Moss' new adaptation of Washington Irving's classic ghost story, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow, to be directed by Anne Kauffman.