When asked why we chose this season’s plays, our immediate answer is because they matter. In these deeply challenging times, we need to share stories that are relevant and timely—plays that will make a difference. This season’s offerings do just that.
First up is Martin Moran’s All The Rage—winner of the Lucille Lortel Award for “Outstanding Solo Show.” With the same powerful blend of humor and pathos that he gave us in The Tricky Part, Martin tells the tale of his work with an African refugee who is seeking asylum. Of course, he covers so much more, leaving us with a profound sense of connection.
Our second offering, the world premiere of Scott Organ’s 17 Minutes, looks at gun violence in the most intimate, spell-binding way. Scott covers this territory in an artful and eye-opening manner that will stir you deeply.
And finally, we will wrap up the season with the New York premiere of Jane Anderson’s beautiful play The Quality of Life, that makes a rich, compelling argument that life matters, even when it’s most challenging.
These three plays will get you thinking and talking about substantive issues that are meaningful to all of us. We hope you’ll join us for what promises to be an exciting year!
– Seth Barrish & Lee Brock, Co-Artistic Directors
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE PLAYS
2019-2020 Members can now purchase tickets for All The Rage. Tickets will made available to the general public in early August. Sign up for our mailing list to be the first to know when tickets become available.
Tickets for 17 Minutes and The Quality of Life will be made available to the general public later this fall. Want early access? Consider a membership!
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