It’s 1913 and the women’s suffrage movement is growing throughout the United States, led by the suffragists — “Suffs,” as they call themselves. In their relentless fight for the right to vote, reaching across and against generational, racial, and class divides, these brilliant, flawed women inspire us with the story of their hard-won victory. Learn more.
MY SON'S A QUEER
This hilarious, poignant, and infectiously joyous one-person play follows the journey of a family as they explore their child's love for all things Disney, theater and their identity as a Queer human. As much a hilarious ode to musical theatre and VHS tapes as it is the power of a family’s acceptance. Learn more.
A STRANGE LOOP
Michael R. Jackson’s blisteringly funny masterwork exposes the heart and soul of a young artist grappling with desires, identity, and instincts he both loves and loathes. Meet Usher: a Black, queer writer writing a musical about a Black, queer writer writing a musical about a Black, queer writer. Usher wrestles with the thoughts in his head in an attempt to capture and understand his own strange loop. Learn more.
DEATH OF A SALESMAN
One man and his family are caught up in the pressures and delusions of living the American Dream. Miller's play is the story of a traveling salesman whose illusions of picture-perfect business and family life cave in on him. Learn more.
A year after her boyfriend dies from gun violence, a young woman prepares to graduate high school as she navigates an uncertain future alongside a community that is searching for ways to heal. Learn more.
Created by the Emmy®-winning writer from “Schitt’s Creek,” this hilarious musical flips the script on the greatest love story ever told. & Juliet asks: what would happen next if Juliet didn’t end it all over Romeo? Learn more.
When Choton returns to Kolkata on a research trip with his Black American boyfriend, his grandfather’s photograph stares down at him from the walls of his family home. Choton loves being the translator, toggling nimbly between Bangla and English, interviewing queer locals, showing Raheem his world. But through the lens of Choton’s grandfather’s old camera, Raheem begins to notice things Choton can’t. A bilingual play from visionary writer-director Shayok Misha Chowdhury about the things we see, the things we miss, and the things that turn us on. Learn more.