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Season 41

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David Mamet

September 3, 2021—September 26, 2021

directed by Miguel Girona Jr

A young black woman has been raped and Charles Strickland, a wealthy and well-respected white businessman stands accused. Henry Brown and Jack Lawson, the two partners of their burgeoning law firm-one black and one white- must decide if this case is in their best interest and how best to defend Charles if it is. To do so they seek out the perspective of another young black woman, a junior lawyer at the firm, Susan. As they dig deeper into the facts, they quickly realize that the complexities of power and bias in America are inseparable from the issue of RACE.




Blood Brothers

Book, Music and Lyrics by Willy Russell

October 8, 2021—October 31, 2021

directed by Jonathan McCormick


Book, Music and Lyrics by Willy Russell

Directed by Jonathan McCormick

Music Direction by Kat Sinclair

October 8 – 31, 2021

Blood Brothers, by the author of Educating Rita and Shirley Valentine, is a haunting rags to riches tragedy of our times. A woman who already has numerous children discovers she is expecting twins. Unsure of her ability to support two more children, she surrenders one of her newborn twins to the childless wealthy woman she cleans for. The boys grow up streets apart, never learning the truth but becoming firm friends and falling in love with the same girl. A tale of class and privilege, one prospers while the other falls on hard times. A narrator warns of a superstition regarding separated twins; if either learns they were once born of a pair, they shall both immediately die.

BLOOD BROTHERS is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals






Written by Lynn Nottage

February 18, 2022—March 13, 2022

directed by Jeannette Rainey


Written by Lynn Nottage

Directed by Jeannette Rainey

Spring 2022

Filled with warm humor and tremendous heart, SWEAT tells the story of a group of friends who have spent their lives sharing drinks, secrets, and laughs while working together on the factory floor. But when layoffs and picket lines begin to chip away at their trust, the friends find themselves pitted against each other in a heart-wrenching fight to stay afloat.

Winner of the 2017 Pulitzer Prize. “Keenly observed and often surprisingly funny—but ultimately heartbreaking—the work traces the roots of a tragedy with both forensic psychological detail and embracing compassion. Ms. Nottage…is writing at the peak of her powers…” —NY Times. “…passionate and necessary…a masterful depiction of the forces that divide and conquer us…SWEAT communicates its points with minimal fuss and maximum grit. Along with the rage, despair and violence, there’s humor and abundant humanity…a cautionary tale of what happens when you don’t know how to resist.” —Time Out NY. “Sharp and threatening as a box cutter blade…ferociously engrossing…SWEAT never feels less than authentic—and crucial.” —

SWEAT is produced by arrangement with Dramatist Play Services, Inc.



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