A brutally funny comedic quartet about four very real women who lived and died boldly during the French Revolution's Reign of Terror. Playwright Olympe De Gouge, assassin Charlotte Corday, Haitian rebel Marianne Angelle, and former queen (and fan of ribbon) Marie Antoinette hang out, plot murder, lose their heads, and try to beat back extremist insanity in revolutionary Paris.
Somewhere in America, in a typical suburban restaurant on a typical night, Sam and Nicole first meet. Sparks fly. And so begins an expansive tale traversing five generations of a modern family, from first kiss to final goodbye.
Mix a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy spy novel, add a dash of Monty Python and you have The 39 Steps, a fast-paced whodunit for anyone who loves the magic of theatre! This two-time Tony and Drama Desk Award-winning treat is packed with nonstop laughs, over 150 zany characters (played by a cast of four), an on-stage plane crash, handcuffs, missing fingers and some good old-fashioned romance! It's great fun for everyone from 9 to 99.
Tilly’s melancholy is of an exquisite quality. She turns her melancholy into a sexy thing, and every stranger she meets falls in love with her. One day, inexplicably, Tilly becomes happy, and wreaks havoc on the lives of her paramours. Frances, Tilly’s hairdresser, becomes so melancholy that she turns into an almond.
Lewis, an African-American professor with all the conventional trappings of success, finds his personal and professional lives thrown into turmoil when he refuses to attend the Million Man March. Unable to sleep, he is visited by ancestors—men who fought to be free, to vote, to obtain justice. Two exceptional actors embody three generations in this powerful play.
Tony-nominated, scintillating, smart and sensual by the always brilliant and hilarious David Ives. The lines between reality and fantasy are blurred when the determined, uninhibited actress Vanda wiles her way into an audition for Thomas, the writer-director of a new play. Power, masochism and seduction abound in this sexy, funny, unforgettable play that was named one of the "year's best plays" by more than a dozen major publications.