Dominique Morisseau's play delves into the urgent issue of the "school-to-prison" pipeline that ensnares people of color.
A new version of Ibsen’s classic Peer Gynt
Simon Stone, creator of last season’s rapturously received Yerma, returns to New York with a contemporary rewrite of Euripides’ tragedy.
The Good Soul of Setzuan is about the brutalizing nature of poverty and the lengths to which one must go to remain good in a corrupt world.
The multi-award-winning production returns to St. Ann’s after taking London, New York, and San Francisco by storm.
Middle-aged siblings live a quiet life, but their peace is disturbed when their movie star sister returns with her twentysomething boy toy.