Jefferson's Garden by Timberlake Wertenbaker
You say you want a Revolution? The story of America’s
struggle for independence is told with a fresh slant and
theatrical inventiveness. As Thomas Jefferson wrestles to
find the words to frame a nation, Christian, a young
Quaker, must choose between the struggle for
liberty and his religious beliefs.
Act One by James Lapine from the autobiography of Moss Hart | Directed by Christopher Hart
A boy from the Bronx becomes the toast of Broadway.
Moss Hart’s winning autobiography comes to life in a story that
illuminates the early years of one of Broadway’s great
humorists. From a boy who dreamed of the Great White
Way to the young playwright who penned hits like
The Man Who Came to Dinner, Act One brings
audiences on a roller coaster-ride through a life
in the Theatre.
The Tug of War by David Rambo
Kennedy, Khrushchev and the brink of WWIII. October,
1962 — As Soviet nuclear missiles move ever closer to Cuba,
President John F. Kennedy draws on intimate exchanges with
his brother Robert and meetings with an inner circle of
advisers to face down the Kremlin and prevent
SEVEN by Paula Cizmar, Catherine Filloux, Gail Kriegel,
Carol K. Mack, Ruth Margraff, Anna Deavere Smith and Susan Yankowitz
Seven women give voice to the voiceless. A collaboration
among seven playwrights and seven female activists from
around the globe tells the inspiring stories of overcoming
adversity to effect real change and improve the lives of
women. Part theatre, part documentary, SEVEN is an
affirmation of the boundless power of hope
The Assembled Parties by Richard Greenberg | Directed by JoBeth Williams
Should auld acquaintance be forgot? In a sprawling Upper
West Side apartment, a family favored with every blessing
rings in New Year's 1980 in high style. Twenty years on,
they must come to terms with a very different way of
life. 2013 Drama Desk Award Winner for Best Play
and recipient of three Tony Nominations.
Together Tonight: Hamilton, Jefferson, Burr by Norman Corwin | Directed by Alexis Jacknow
In politics, some things never change. An imaginary debate about the nature of democracy in America between Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr. Our Founding Fathers might be surprised to find that more than two centuries later, the issues facing America remain the same.
AMADEUS by Peter Shaffer | Directed by Rosalind Ayres
Ambition and jealousy - all set to music. This renowned
drama pits devout court composer Antonio Salieri against
the dissolute but inspired Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
How far will Salieri go to achieve the fame that Mozart
disregards? 1981 Tony Award® Winner for Best Play.
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