Radio GolfAugust 24 - September 15, 2012
The concluding play in Wilson's epic 10-play cycle charting the African American experience in the 20th Century, the play follows Harmond Wilks, a successful entrepreneur vying to become Pittsburgh's first black mayor. A timely and moving comic drama from the author of Jitney.
She Stoops to ConquerOctober 26 - November 17, 2012
Popular for over 200 years, Goldsmith's comic romp is a tasty stew of mistaken identities, social sabotage and happy endings. Convinced that his hosts are lower class buffoons and the love of his life is a chamber maid, a young gentleman nearly ends up as one of the have-nots in this much-loved classic.
New Play Workshop: A Queer KissJanuary 16 - January 20, 2013
The play, A Queer Kiss, is a sharp and compassionate look at two sets of parents and their teen-aged sons. An unexpected kiss ignites a firestorm, with the parents trying desperately to bridge the distance between themselves and their troubled kids in hopes of stopping the brutal bullying of one of the boys.
Next to NormalMarch 1 - March 24, 2013
The Pulitzer Prize-winning rock musical tells the story of a suburban wife and mother in her battle with mental illness, examining its impact on her and her family. A gripping and wonderfully human piece with a lovely, thrilling score.
The Cripple of InishmaanApril 26 - May 18, 2013
A rural village in 1934, full of unforgettable characters in the grand Irish tradition, is disrupted by the arrival of a Hollywood film crew on a nearby island in this sweet and darkly funny play by Martin McDonagh, the author of The Beauty Queen of Leenane.