This Pulitzer Prize-winning play tells the story of African-American brothers Lincoln and Booth, so named because their father thought it was funny. Spiritually wounded and barely scraping by, the brothers live in Booth’s seedy boarding house room where they alternately support and disparage each other as they look back at their troubled past and look […]
Meet the Weston family, a clan so embittered and embattled that dysfunctional would be a step up. Violet Weston is the pill-popping matriarch whose weary, alcoholic husband walks out the door one morning, never to return. His disappearance leads to a very dark, very funny family reunion full of revelations, resentments, and recriminations. A semi-autobiographical, […]
Iris feels trapped in her job at a crematory and wants to get out of Omaha. When Baker breaks into the funeral home to say goodbye to his recently deceased wife, he and Iris spend a humorously unpredictable evening together trying to understand the dismantling of their working-class lives before their pasts, and the police, […]
In this timely, timeless, and taut classic, 12 jurors deliberate the fate of a teenager accused of killing his father. Only Juror #8 is uncertain of the young man’s guilt. As he compels the others to carefully examine the evidence, the prejudices and social attitudes of each man are revealed – as are the strengths […]
At the end of an agonizing cross-country bike trip, 21-year-old Leo shows up unexpectedly at the West Village apartment of his 91-year-old grandmother Vera. Across the generational divide, the physically fragile Vera and the emotionally fragile Leo tentatively and gradually learn to connect in this warm and touching comic drama.
Roxy Theatre Group presents “Not Ready For Prime Time,” an exciting new play that explores the early and tumultuous years of Saturday Night Live. Audiences are introduced to John Belushi, Gilda Radner and other original cast members – then known as the Not Ready for Prime Time Players – on their unlikely rise to stardom […]
Join GableStage this holiday season for a limited engagement production directed by Tony nominee Eleanor Reissa. The World Premiere production is in honor of Joseph Papp who would have been 100 years old this year. Joseph Papp, the greatest American theatre icon of the 20th century gave only one series of public concerts in 1978 […]