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Pick from these 2016 Season productions

| Buyer and Cellar
Lucille Lortel Award Winner for Outstanding Solo Show

June 14 - July 3
By Jonathan Tolins

"Hilarious! Beyond brilliant. This show will go down like butta'."
-Entertainment Weekly

Did you know that a woman called Barbra has a mall in the basement of her Malibu mansion? Alex More does and he has a story to tell! As a struggling L.A. actor he finds himself with the odd job of her resident (read personal) shopkeeper. In this outrageous comedy, Alex takes you on a rollercoaster ride of fame and friendship at the outer reaches of American celebrity.

Watch a preview of Michael Urie's tour-de-force performance

| The Invisible Hand
From the Pulitzer Prize winning playwright of Broadway’s Disgraced

July 19 - Aug 6
By Ayad Akhtar
Directed by David Kennedy

“The heart-in-mouth tension of a full-blown political thriller."
- Variety

His ransom is set at ten million dollars. When Nick Bright, an American futures trader, finds himself kidnapped and held hostage in Pakistan, he knows the only way to get home is to do what he does best: play the market like his life depends on it. As the financial bond between Nick and his captors grows so does their understanding of each other. Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Ayad Akhtar (Disgraced) thrills with this riveting and shockingly relevant new drama.

| What the Butler Saw
Another great comedy from Joe Orton (2013's Loot)

Aug 23 - Sept 10
By Joe Orton
Directed by John Tillinger

“Hilarious, outrageous... It dazzles!”
- The New York Times

Fallen trousers, a little blackmail, and a lot of sexual innuendo abound in this anarchic romp of hysterically silly proportions. Dr. Prentice is married to a nymphomaniac. When caught by his wife interviewing an attractive new secretary, he hides her in the office. Unbeknownst to him, Mrs. Prentice is being seduced and blackmailed by a lusty bellhop who wants the same position. Throw in a government inspector, cross-dressing, and slamming doors, and the laughs keep coming in this relentlessly funny comedy.

A fresh take on one of the greatest musicals in the American canon

October 4 - 30
Book & Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner
Music by Frederick Loewe
Directed by Mark Lamos
Based on The Once & Future King, by T.H. White
Book Adapted by David Lee
New Orchestrations by Steve Orich

"A luminous, revelatory, thrilling and thoroughly entertaining production.”
- NY Theater Now

Be transported to Arthur’s Camelot in this novel version of the classic by Lerner and Loewe (My Fair Lady). Filled with youth and energy, the iconic love story of King Arthur, Queen Guinevere, and Sir Lancelot comes to life with a ravishing score that will surprise you in its depth and breadth. See the show again for the first time in this revelatory and soaring production that is sure to be an audience delight!


All titles, dates & artists subject to change.

Photo: Rebekah Brockman & Rusty Ross (The Liar). Photo by Carol Rosegg.
Header Photo: Karen Akers & Darius de Haas (Sing For Your Shakespeare). Photo by Carol Rosegg.