music by Tom Kitt
book and lyrics by Brian Yorkey
directed and choreographed by Marcos Santana
April 14 – May 2, 2020
This 2009 Tony Award-winning hit musical and winner of the 2010 Pulitzer Prize for Drama gives a groundbreaking look at a family in crisis, while pushing the boundaries of contemporary musical theater. From the director/choreographer of the Playhouse’s 2019 hit, In the Heights.
“…brave, breathtaking…a feel-everything musical…”
THE NEW YORK TIMES
a new comedy fresh from its world premiere by Delaware’s Resident Ensemble Players
by Michael Gotch
directed by Mark Lamos
June 9 – 27, 2020
Fireworks fly in this new comedy when family, friends, and quirky neighbors come together for a July 4th barbecue at the off-the-grid, isolated mountain paradise of a young, urban couple.
“Zippy, breezy comedy…”
conceived by Richard Maltby, Jr. & Murray Horwitz
directed and choreographed by Camille A. Brown
July 14 – August 1, 2020
“…zing and sparkle…”
The 1978 Tony Award® winner for Best Musical as you’ve never seen it before! A dance-filled, reimagined, sassy, and sultry musical celebration of legendary jazz great Fats Waller from director/choreographer Camille A. Brown (2019 Tony Nominee for Best Choreography, Choir Boy).
THE NEW YORK TIMES
a world premiere translation and adaptation by Kenneth Cavander
directed by David Kennedy
September 29 – October 17, 2020
A determined young woman bravely defies a king in this thrilling drama about the nature of power and resistance. This classic play speaks across centuries to those living in a climate of fear and polarization.
“A drama that wants hearing and heeding.”
by Pearl Cleage
directed by LA Williams
November 3 – 21, 2020
As the creative euphoria of the Harlem Renaissance succumbs to the harsh realities of The Great Depression, a community of friends resolves to keep their hopes and dreams alive.
“…an extraordinary achievement…”
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