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The LaBute New Theater Festival is composed of three premiere one-acts by Tony Award-nominated playwright Neil LaBute:

  • Unlikely Japan (world premiere), directed by Neil LaBute, starring Gia Crovatin (Billions). In Unlikely Japan, a young woman spots an old flame on television and vividly recounts how a single choice can alter the course of multiple lives.

  • Great Negro Works of Art (world premiere), directed by John Pierson, starring KeiLyn Durrell (Better Call Saul) and Brenda Meaney (Indian Ink). Great Negro Works of Art follows a meeting between an under-celebrated artist and his gallery manager as they debate race, culture, and what qualifies as art today.

  • The Fourth Reich (New York premiere), directed by John Pierson, starring Eric Dean White (Chicago Fire). The Fourth Reich focuses on a public speaker as he presents his unique views on modern history, thoughts about the future, and ruminations on his favorite painter.

Show Details

  • Dates:First Preview:
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  • Ticket Office:2122396200