2023 Season Announced

Finding joy together in 2023!

For 2023, we’ve decided to lift up everything we love about theater. Why, through thick and thin, we keep returning to theater to form a community, to connect to our past, and to imagine a future that is better. We’ve already selected four of our five shows for next season — and all are sure to bring you joy in 2023!

Current (2022) season ticket holders can renew their season tickets now. Season ticket packages will be available to the general public mid-October. Single tickets will be on sale beginning in Spring 2023.

2023 season overview

April 11 – 29, 2023

The music of legendary jazz great Fats Waller will have us toe-tapping our way into another season. This exciting new vision by director-choreographer Jeffrey L. Page was a 2022 Critic’s Pick in The New York Times.

conceived by Murray Horwitz + Richard Maltby, Jr.
directed + choreographed by Jeffrey L. Page


May 30 – June 17, 2023

What is it about a murder mystery? This classic thriller has been brilliantly adapted by playwright Jeffrey Hatcher, who has created even more surprises and diabolic twists than the celebrated Hitchcock film!

by Frederick Knott
adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher
directed by Mark Lamos

July 11 – 29, 2023

It takes a strong woman to defy tyranny. And, what is ancient is new again, in this modern translation and adaptation by Kenneth Cavander that ties the past to our present.

by Sophocles
a world premiere translation + adaptation by Kenneth Cavander
directed by David Kennedy

August 29 – September 16, 2023

Keep the martinis flowing with this witty, perceptive play that blends deliciously dark humor with moments of touching poignancy. Winner of teh 1998 Lucille Lortel Award for Best Off-Broadway Play.

by A.R. Gurney
directed by Mark Lamos

October 24 – November 11, 2023

Get to know Paulina, the ‘Queen Bee’ of Aburi Girls’ Senior High School. This buoyant and biting comedy explores the universal similarities — and glaring differences — facing teenage girls across the globe as those at an exclusive boarding school in Ghana set their sights on the Miss Global Universe pageant.

by Jocelyn Bioh


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