2012 - 2013 Season
RED DOG HOWLS by Alexander Dinelaris, Directed by Ken Rus Schmoll
2011 - 2012 Season
SELECT (THE SUN ALSO RISES) Based on
the novel "The Sun Also Rises" by Ernest Hemingway,
ONCE Book by Enda Walsh,
Music Lyrics by Glen Hansard and Markéta
Irglová,directed by John Tiffany. Based on the Motion Picture
Written and Directed by John Carney
FOOD AND FADWA Story by Lameece Issaq and Jacob Kader, Directed by Shana Gold, A co-production with NOOR Theatre
THE LITTLE FOXES by Lillian Hellman, directed by Ivo van Hove
PIANOS written, arranged and performed by Rick
Burkhardt, Alec Duffy and Dave Malloy,
PETER AND THE STARCATCHER a new play by Rick Elice, directed by Roger Rees and Alex Timbers
THE SHAGGS: PHILOSOPHY OF THE WORLD book by Joy Gregory, music by Gunnar Madsen, lyrics by Joy Gregory and Gunnar Madsen, story by Joy Gregory, Gunnar Madsen and John Langs, directed by John Langs
- 2010 Season
I GOT SICK THEN I GOT BETTER, written and performed by Jenny Allen, Directed by James Lapine & Darren Katz
HEART IS A LONELY HUNTER By Rebecca Gilman, Based on the Novel by
SECRET written by Geoffrey Cowan and Leroy Aarons, Directed by John
2008 - 2009 Season
BEAST by Michael Weller, directed by Jo Bonney
THE GRAND INQUISITOR (C.I.C.T./Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord's) from Dostoyevsky's The Brothers Karamazov, adapted by Marie-Hélène Estienne, featuring Bruce Myers, direction - Peter Brook
THINGS OF DRY HOURS by Naomi Wallace, directed by Ruben Santiago-Hudson
2007 - 2008 Season
THE MISANTHROPE by Molière in a version by Tony Harrison, directed by Ivo van Hove
BECKETT SHORTS by Samuel Beckett, directed by JoAnne Akalaitis
by Jessica Blank and April Yvette Thompson, directed
by Jessica Blank
THE SOUND AND THE FURY
(April Seventh, 1928) Based on Part 1 of William
2006 - 2007 Season
by Thaddeus Phillips
choreography by Martha Clarke
All That I will Ever Be by Alan Ball, directed by Jo Bonney
THE WRONG REASONS
2005 - 2006 Season
OEDIPUS AT PALM SPRINGS by The Five Lesbian Brothers, directed by Leigh Silverman
SPIRIT by Improbable, directed by Julian Crouch and Arlene Audergon
BACH AT LEIPZIG by Itamar Moses, directed by Pam MacKinnon
THE SEVEN by Will Power, directed by Jo Bonney, choreography, Bill T. Jones
by The United
States Theatre Project, text by Stephen Karam and PJ Paparelli
- 2005 Season
A NUMBER by Caryl Churchill, directed by James Macdonald
EYEWITNESS BLUES by Mildred Ruiz and Steven Sapp, directed by Talvin Wilks
adaptation from the writings of Leonard Bernstein by Jocelyn Clark
SONGS FROM AN UNMADE BED lyrics by Mark Campbell, directed by David Schweizer
VAHALLA by Paul Rudnick, directed by Christopher Ashley
LIGHT RAISE THE ROOF, by Kia Corthron, directed by Michael John Garcés
PATRIOT ACT by Mark Crispin Miller, directed by Gregory Keller
2002 - 2003 Season
FAR AWAY by Caryl Churchill, directed by Stephen Daldry
LUSTHAUS (revisited) (on tour) conceived and directed by Martha
OH(!), or, Two Tales of One City written and performed
by kate Moira Ryan, adapted from the novel by Dorothy Allison
(at P.S. 122)
FIRST LOVE by Charles Mee, directed by Erin Mee
EVERYTHING THAT RISES MUST CONVERGE by Flannery O'Connor, Directed by Karin Coonrod
FINALLY FLANNERY by Barbara Suter, directed by Michael Sexton
HOMEBODY/KABUL by Tony Kushner, directed by Declan Donnellan
THROW PITCHFORK by Alexander Thomas, directed by Lenora Pace
VIENNA: LUSTHAUS (revisited) conceived and directed by Martha Clarke, Music by Richard Peaslee, text by Charles L. Mee
PLAY YOURSELF by Harry Kondoleon, directed by Craig Lucas
STREET OF BLOOD by Ronnie Burkett, created and performed by Ronnie Burkett
ALICE IN BED by Susan Sontag, directed by Ivo van Hove
BREAD AND ROSES (workshop) by Martin Duberman, directed by Michael Sexton
RESIDENT ALIEN by Tim Fountain, directed by Mike Bradwell
SLANGUAGE (written and performed) by Universes, developed and directed by Jo Bonney
WISE GUYS, by Steven Sondheim, directed by Sam Mendes, with Nathan lane and Vicor Garber
CULTURE OF DESIRE conceived and directed by Anne Bogart.
JUST ADD WATER FESTIVAL Fall '98, presentation of four new plays by the '97-'98 Van Lier Fellows including HYPE HERO by Dominic Taylor, directed by Seret Scott; MINKY STARFISH by Kipp Erante Cheng, directed by Gareth Hendee; I'D LOVE YOU IF I DIDN'T HATE YOU SO MUCH by Angela Counts, directed by Kaia Calhoun; and EACH MEAL, THE LAST MEAL by Said Sayrafiezadeh, directed by Meg Kruzewska.
THE MOST FABULOUS STORY EVER TOLD by Paul Rudnick, directed by Christopher Ashley.
BRIGHT LIGHTS BIG CITY book, music and lyrics by Paul Scott Goodman, based on the novel by Jay McInerney, directed by Michael Greif.
THE GIMMICK written and performed by Dael Orlandersmith, directed by Chris Coleman.
THE TRESTLE AT POPE LICK CREEK by Naomi Wallace, directed by Lisa Peterson
Mondays-at-Three reading series: numerous readings of new plays, including SHAKESPEARE, MOSES AND JOE PAPP by Ernest Joselovitz; BUT NOT FOR ME by Keith Reddin; THE THIRD ARMY by Joe Sutton; THREE SHORT STORIES by Flannery O'Connor, adapted and directed by Karin Coonrod; and AUNT PIECES by Rosemary Moore.
MORE STATELY MANSIONS by Eugene O'Neill, directed by Ivo van Hove.
JUST ADD WATER FESTIVAL Fall '97, presentation of three new plays by the '96-'97 Van Lier Fellows including WILBERFORCE by Keith Josef Adkins, directed by Robert O'Hara; REMEMBERING AMERICA by Chiori Miyagawa, directed by Liz Diamond; and STANDING ON A FREEWAY by Deborah Swisher, directed by Susanna Tubert.
BRIDES OF THE MOON by The Five Lesbian Brothers, directed by Molly D. Smith.
SHOPPING AND FUCKING by Mark Ravenhill, directed by Gemma Bodinetz and Max Stafford-Clark.
BRIGHT LIGHTS BIG CITY (studio production) by Paul Scott Goodman, based on the novel by Jay McInerney, directed by Michael Greif.
JUST ADD WATER FESTIVAL '98, a twelve-day festival of works-in-progress including SONNETS FOR AN OLD CENTURY by Josť Rivera, directed by Robert O'Hara; TRUE LOVE by Charles L. Mee, directed by Matt Wilder; GUNS AND AMMO by Joe Sutton, directed by Jean Wagner; and BACK TO BAKA by Judith Alexa Jackson, directed by Paul McIsaac; among others.
BOB conceived and directed by Anne Bogart.
LOVE'S FOWL by Susan J. Vittucci and Henry Krieger.
Mondays-at-Three reading series: over fifty readings of new plays, including TONGUE OF A BIRD by Ellen McLaughlin; DOG EATERS by Jessica Hagedorn; DESIGNATED MOURNER by Wallace Shawn; THE MOST FABULOUS STORY EVER TOLD by Paul Rudnick; and ABSTRACT EXPRESSION by Theresa Rebeck.
VIEW OF THE DOME by Theresa Rebeck, directed by Michael Mayer.
O SOLO MIO FESTIVAL, presentation of works by solo performers including MONSTER by Dael Orlandersmith, directed by Peter Askin; and EMMETT: A ONE MORMON SHOW and SO... IT'S COME TO THIS by Emmett Foster, directed by Kirk Jackson.
A QUESTION OF MERCY by David Rabe, directed by Douglas Hughes.
THE DEVILS by Elizabeth Egloff, directed by Garland Wright.
JUST ADD WATER FESTIVAL, presentation of twelve works-in-progress including DAMAGE AND DESIRE by Kate Moira Ryan, directed by Mark Brokaw and HELLO AND GOODBYE by Athol Fugard, directed by Howard Meyer. THE DEVILS by Elizabeth Egloff, directed by Garland Wright.
Mondays-at-Three reading series: over fifty readings of new plays, including SALT by Migdalia Cruz; WHAT YOU GET AND WHAT YOU EXPECT by Jean-Marie Besset; BONE SONGS by Andre Gregory.
QUILLS by Doug Wright, directed by Howard Shalwitz.
RENT by Jonathan Larson, directed by Michael Greif.
A PARK IN OUR HOUSE, by Nilo Cruz, directed by Loretta Greco
JUST ADD WATER FESTIVAL, presentation of works-in-progress including MONSTER by Dael Orlandersmith and 2.5 MINUTE RIDE by Lisa Kron. NOTHING FOREVER and YESTERDAY'S WINDOW (studio production) by Chiori Miyagawa, directed by Karin Coonrod. A PARK IN OUR HOUSE by Nilo Cruz, directed by Loretta Greco.
Mondays-At-Three reading series: over thirty-five readings of new plays, including VIEW OF THE DOME by Theresa Rebeck; NIGHT TRAIN TO BOLINA by Nilo Cruz; BAD BLOOD by David Simpatico.
THE SECRETARIES, written and performed by The Five Lesbian Brothers, directed by Kate Stafford.
RENT (studio production) by Jonathan Larson, directed by Michael Greif.
SLAVS! (Thinking About the Longstanding Problems of Virtue and Happiness), by Tony Kushner, directed by Lisa Peterson.
NOBODY'S NEIGHBOR by Onafhankelijk Toneel.
JUST ADD WATER FESTIVAL, presentation of eight works-in-progress including TALLAHASSEE by Mac Wellman and Len Jenkin and HARD WORK by Ain Gordon. THE FAMILY BUSINESS, written and directed by David Gordon and Ain Gordon. PRISONER OF LOVE, by Jean Genet, performed by Ruth Maleczech, directed by JoAnne Akalaitis.
Mondays-At-Three reading series: over twenty readings of new plays including VOIR DIRE by Joe Sutton; RED LIGHTS AND DRAGONS by Herman Raucher; QUILLS by Doug Wright; SLEEP DEPRIVATION CHAMBER by Adrienne and Adam Kennedy.
BLOWN SIDEWAYS THROUGH LIFE, written and performed by Claudia Shear, directed by Christopher Ashley.
THE REZ SISTERS, by Tomson Highway, co-directed by Linda Chapman and Muriel Miguel.
UNFINISHED STORIES, by Sybille Pearson, directed by Gordon Davidson.
JUST ADD WATER FESTIVAL, presentation of fifteen works-in-progress including NOTHING FOREVER by Chiori Miyagawa and MISSION BYZANTIUM by Gordon Dahlquist. MY VIRGINIA, written and performed by Darci Picoult, directed by Suzanne Shepherd. THE MEDIUM, conceived and directed by Anne Bogart.
O SOLO HOMO FESTIVAL, 6 lesbian and gay solo performers. 101 HUMILIATING STORIES, written and performed by Lisa Kron, directed by John Robert Hoffman.
Mondays-At-Three reading series: over fifty readings of new plays including CARTHAGE by Naomi Iizuka, directed by Robert Woodruff; FLATTED FIFTH by Seth Rosenfeld; DRY LIPS OUGHTA MOVE TO KAPUSKASING by Tomson Highway, directed by Murial Miguel; LOUD IN MY HEAD featuring Fanni V. Green, directed by Ariel Jordan.
C. COLOMBO, INC., written & performed by Leo Bassi, directed by Christopher Grabowski.
OWNERS by Caryl Churchill, directed by Mark Wing-Davey.
TRAPS by Caryl Churchill, directed by Lisa Peterson.
O Solo Mio, fifth annual festival of solo performers, featuring Jonathan Larson, Thomas Pasley, Emmett Foster, Tom Caylor, Alice Eve Cohen, and Claudia Shear.
Mondays-At-Three readings series: over sixty readings of new plays including ROBERTO ZUCCO by Bernard-Marie Koltes, directed by Robert Woodruff; PLAY YOURSELF by Harry Kondoleon, directed by Martha Banta; TRUST by Steven Dietz, directed by James C. Nicola; VOIR DIRE by Joe Sutton, directed by Jean Wagner; and three plays by British playwright Martin Crimp.
1991-92 Season - At the Perry Street Theatre
MAD FOREST by Caryl Churchill, American
premiere directed by Mark Wing-Davey
LYPSINKA! A DAY IN THE LIFE written and performed by John Epperson, directed by Michael Leeds.
Theatre Off Park:
O Solo Mio, fourth annual festival of solo performers, featuring Susan Burns, Branislav Tomich, David Simpatico, Judith Sloan, Muriel Miguel and Tom Caylor.
Mondays-At-Three readings series: over forty readings of new plays including POLK COUNTY TRILOGY by Fanni Green; THE KILLING FLOOR by Ronald Birch, directed by Allen Zadoff; THE REZ SISTERS by Tomson Highway, directed by Muriel Miguel; BLOOD by Alexander Metcalf, directed by Jim Peck.
1990-91 Season - At the Perry Street Theatre
LOVE AND ANGER by George F. Walker, American premiere directed by James C. Nicola and new director Christopher Grabowski.
LIGHT SHINING IN BUCKINGHAMSHIRE by Caryl Churchill, American premiere directed by new director Lisa Peterson.
JEFFREY ESSMANN'S ARTIFICIAL REALITY, written and performed by Jeffrey Essmann, directed by David Warren with original music by Michael John LaChiusa.
EVE'S DIARY & THE STORY OF THE TIGER by Dario Fo, directed by Christopher Ashley.
O SOLO MIO FESTIVAL, third annual festival of solo performers featuring Tom Caylor, Emmett Foster, Jane Goldberg, Reno and Susan Burns.
Mondays-At-Three readings series: nearly forty readings of new plays including THE SONG OF HIAWATHA, adapted from Longfellow's poem and directed by Christopher Grabowski, Cheryl Faver, Derek Jones and Nedim Saban; RED EYE by Timothy Mayer, adapted and directed by Paul Schmidt; and THE LITTLE HOURS, an adaptation of Dorothy Parker short stories by David Bucknam, directed by Lisa Peterson with original music by Mr. Bucknam.
1989-90 Season - At the Perry Street Theatre
MY CHILDREN! MY AFRICA! written and directed by Athol Fugard.
THE NATURE OF THINGS, solo performance by David Cale, written in collaboration with Roy Nathanson and Marc Ribot.
O SOLO MIO FESTIVAL, second annual festival of solo performers featuring Holly Hughes, Dale Stein, Beatrice Roth, Roberta Levine and Salon de la Mer.
New Directors Series:
Mondays-At-Three readings series: over twenty-one readings of new plays including ISABELLE EBERHARDT written and directed by Mark Rapport; AMERICAS by Gillian Richards; THE COURSE OF IT by Neena Beber, directed by Melia Bensussen; THE DEATH OF THE LAST BLACK MAN IN THE WHOLE ENTIRE WORLD by Suzan-Lori Parks, directed by Beth Schachter.
1988-89 Season - At the Perry Street Theatre
Mondays-At-Three readings series: over thirty readings of new plays, including THE EINSTEIN PROJECT by Paul D'Andre & Jon Klein, directed by Jonathan Rosenberg; YOKAHAMA DUTY by Quincy Long, directed by Morgan Jenness; THE SWEET DECEIT by Joe Sutton, directed by David Esbjornson; DE DONDE? by Mary Gallagher, directed by Rose Bonczek; BUZZSAW BERKELEY by Doug Wright, directed by Christopher Ashley.
1987-88 Season - At the Perry Street Theatre
1986-87 Season - At the Perry Street Theatre
1985-86 Season - At the Perry Street Theatre
Season - At the Perry Street Theatre
1983-84 Season - At the Cubiculo Theatre
GREAT DIVIDE by Robert Litz, directed by David Rotenberg. SOUVENIRS by Sheldon Rosen, directed by Stephen Katz.
1982-83 Season - At Playwrights Horizons
CHRISTMAS ON MARS by Harry Kondoleon, directed by Andre Ernotte (co-produced with Playwrights Horizons).
1982-83 Season At West Bank Cafe:
HOPI PROPHECIES (opera) by Daniel Schreier and Michael Roth, directed by Daniel Schreier and Michael Roth.
Play commissions: Nina Shengold, Percy Granger, Peter Parnell.
1981-82 Season - At the Lion Theatre
THE POTSDAM QUARTET by David Pinner, directed by Jacques Levy.
1980-81 Season - At La Mama
A DAY IN THE LIFE OF THE CZAR by Frank O'Hara and V.R. Lang, directed by Peter Sellars.
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