Announcing our 2018-2019 Season
Single tickets on sale July 1.
|“The stuff hits are made of. Cleverly compressed and adapted with fizzy, festive freedom.” (Washington Post)
In this playful adaptation of Jane Austen's classic romance, love is a serious game, and the Bennet sisters are playing for keeps. But when marriage is a must for women, how will they be able to tell if they've won? This clever comedy offers a decidedly progressive take on the trials of Lizzie, Mr. Darcy, and the whole Bennet clan.
|“The scary, exhilarating brightness of raw adolescence emanates from every scene of The Wolves.” (NY Times)
Nine suburban girls on an indoor soccer league warm up for their upcoming game. In each scene, a new opponent looms. They must also tackle coming of age and all the confusion, awkwardness, and sorrow that comes with it. These fierce young women make fiery choices, face their own fragility, and ultimately, grow into a team.
|"An unstuffy, highly entertaining and warm-spirited work, the kind of play multiple generations can enjoy together.” (Chicago Tribune)
Constantly overshadowed by her sisters, Mary Bennet, the bookish middle child of the clan, longs for a “large life.” As she searches for her own identity, she discovers something else: the possibility of true love...if only she can survive the holidays with her sisters!
|“Funny, sweet, melancholy, and emotionally engaging.” (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
We begin inside a modern-day museum, where two security guards and a painter find themselves compelled to touch a masterpiece. But soon, we race through time, discovering Rembrandt at work and listening to Homer philosophize on art. Jessica Dickey’s delightful play asks us to consider the longevity of art and the brevity of life.
|"One of the most fully immersive works ever to wallop Broadway." (NY Times)
Fifteen-year-old Christopher Boone has an extraordinary mind, but is less well equipped to deal with the challenges of everyday life. When falsely accused of killing his neighbor's dog, he sets out to find the true culprit. His journey across London leads to an earth-shattering discovery that will change his life forever.