Season Info

  • 2017 – 2018 62nd Season
  • A View From The Bridge
    by Arthur Miller
    Directed by John Atkin
    September 15 – October 1, 2017

    Eddie Carbone, a Brooklyn longshoreman, takes in a couple of illegal immigrants
    from Italy who are cousins to his wife. When one of the men takes an interest in
    Eddie’s teenage niece, a deep anger rises in him. He harbors a secret desire for
    the girl himself, and the stage is set for a tragic rivalry.

    “An intensely absorbing drama…” — New York Daily News

    The Diary of Anne Frank

    by Albert Hackett & Frances Goodrich
    Newly adapted by Wendy Kesselman
    Directed by Richard Mancini
    November 24 – December 10, 2017

    As one of eight people hiding from the Nazis in a concealed attic, an intensely gifted young girl confronts the horrors of her situation with honesty, wit, and determination.

    “Undeniably moving. It shatters the heart.” — New York Times
    “A sensitive, stirring and thoroughly engaging new adaptation.” — New York Newsday

    by Sharr White
    Directed by Alexander Kulcsar
    February 9 – 25, 2017

    Off-Broadway 2014 hit play! Emma tracks down her alcoholic ex-husband Ulysses
    to a trailer in the Colorado Rockies where he’s living like a hermit. The past is about
    to catch up with them, but Ulysses has only a vague recollection of it – including
    the reason she left him twenty years ago. A breathtaking story about the longevity of love.

    “A comic and gripping duet…” — San Francisco Chronicle


    Yankee Tavern
    by Steven Dietz
    Directed by Ruth Anne Baumgartner
    April 13 – 29, 2017

    Just when you thought you’d heard every crazy 9/11 conspiracy theory,
    a guy with a story walks into a New York City bar and a young couple
    are caught up in what might be the biggest conspiracy story of all.

    The play’s lightning flashes come from Dietz’s insights into Americans’ obsession with conspiracies.” — Miami Herald
    An edge-of-your-seat thriller.” — Palm Beach Daily

    Shakespeare in Hollywood
    by Ken Ludwig
    Directed by Dan Friedman
    June 8 – 24, 2017

    It’s 1934, and Shakespeare’s most famous fairies, Oberon and Puck, have
    materialized on the Hollywood set of Max Reinhardt’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
    Soon they find themselves in the movie, playing (who else?) themselves.
    The mischievous magic of moviedom sparkles in this hilarious comic romp.

    “Literary and farcical… sophisticated and silly… a delight!” — Boston Globe