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The Night Alive

The Night Alive

By Conor McPherson

Directed by Henry Wishcamper
Featuring ensemble members Francis Guinan and Tim Hopper
September 18 — November 16, 2014

A transcendent new drama by the celebrated author of The Seafarer, Shining City and The Weir.

"Extraordinary! The play can only be called transcendent. A heaven-sent vision."
The New York Times

Airline Highway

Airline Highway

By Lisa D’Amour

Directed by Joe Mantello
Featuring ensemble members Robert Breuler and K. Todd Freeman
December 4, 2014 — February 8, 2015

A world premiere about a rag-tag collection of strippers, hustlers and philosophers from the author of Detroit.

"D'Amour is...a great playwright, a timely playwright."
Chicago Tribune

Marie Antoinette

Marie Antoinette

By David Adjmi

Directed by Robert O'Hara
Featuring ensemble members Alana Arenas, Tim Hopper, Ora Jones and Alan Wilder
February 5 — May 10, 2015

A comic, modern look at the young queen of France—and a society that might be entertaining itself to death.

"An unconventional, bitingly comic play...a jagged yet elegant historical riff."
Time Out New York

The Herd

The Herd

By Rory Kinnear

Directed by ensemble member Frank Galati
Featuring ensemble members Francis Guinan and John Mahoney
April 2 — June 7, 2015

A deftly comic play about the challenges of reconciliation, the power of shared memories and the irresistible pull of family.

"Rory Kinnear seems unfairly talented "
The Guardian, Bush Theatre production

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Grand Concourse

by Heidi Schreck

Directed by ensemble member Yasen Peyankov
Featuring ensemble members Tim Hopper and Mariann Mayberry
July 2 — August 30, 2015

A new play about the value of compassion—and the limits of forgiveness—in a Bronx soup kitchen.

"Ms. Schreck, like many actors who turn to writing, knows what plays. Her dialogue is crisp, funny and believable."
The New York Times