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2014/2015 Season

Detroit (OCT 10 – NOV 9)

by Lisa D’Amour
A Pulitzer Prize finalist!
Somewhere in the suburbs, Ben and Mary welcome into their lives the transient couple who’ve moved into the deserted house next door. As this foursome bonds over backyard barbecues, their fragile neighborly connection threatens to unravel and change them forever.

SUPERB! A rich and addictively satisfying dark comedy. – The New York Times

outside mullingar (NOV 28 – DEC 28)

by John Patrick Shanley
Tony Award Nomination for Best Play!
Shanley hits all the sweet spots, returning to his roots in this romantic and altogether charming play set in rural Ireland. With surprising depth and passion, Anthony and Rosemary fight their way from heartbreak to some kind of happiness in this moving and funny play.

SHANLEY’S finest work since DOUBT. – The New York Times

mothers and sons (FEB 6 – MAR 8)

by Terrence McNally
Tony Award Nomination for Best Play!
A woman pays an unexpected visit to the apartment of her late son’s partner, who is now married to another man and has a young son. This eloquent, timely, and intensely resonant play is a moving reflection on a changed America and our evolving understanding of family.

Terrence McNally has just written his best play! – Huffington Post

brownsville song (b-side for tray) (MAY 1 – MAY 31)

by Kimber Lee
A co-production with Long Wharf Theatre
The HIT of the 2014 Humana Festival of New American Plays!

A senseless act of violence in a Brooklyn neighborhood brings a teen’s life to a halt, leaving his family behind to cope with the weight of his absence. Tray’s loved ones lumber through their loss, find each other, and fight their way back toward hope.

Writing so INTIMATE that it bestows the power to unlock hearts.
– Louisville Courier Journal

musicalMurder for two (Jun 6 – Jun 28)

book and music by Joe Kinosian
book and lyrics by Kellen Blair

Drama Desk, Drama League, Outer Critics Circle, and Lucille Lortel Nominated!
A zany blend of classic musical comedy and madcap mystery, 2 performers play 13 roles—not to mention the piano—in a witty and winking homage to old-fashioned murder mysteries. Murder For Two is the perfect blend of Music, Mayhem, and Murder! .

A MUST-SEE jolt of caffeinated creativity! – NY1

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