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By Victor I. Cazares
Directed by Rubén Polendo
A co-production with Theater Mitu

September 10, 2022—October 16, 2022

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A long, long time ago—the ‘90s—in a Walmart far, far away, Erica, our Hero of Ages Lost, pushes her shopping cart—that most sacred ancient vessel of capitalism—through the aisles of a memory play. american (tele)visions is an explosive collision between the American Dream and the American Nightmare—the story of an undocumented Mexican family.

Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Book by George Furth
Based on the Original Play by George S. Kaufman & Moss Hart
Orchestrations by Jonathan Tunick
Originally directed on Broadway by Harold Prince
Originally produced on Broadway by Lord Grade, Martin Starger, Robert Fryer, and Harold Prince in association with Ruth Mitchell and Howard Haines
Choreographed by Tim Jackson
Directed by Maria Friedman

November 21, 2022—January 22, 2023

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How to Defend Yourself

By Liliana Padilla
Co-Directed by Rachel Chavkin, Liliana Padilla & Steph Paul

February 22, 2023—April 2, 2023

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In a DIY self-defense class, college students learn to use their bodies as weapons. They learn to fend off attackers. They learn “not to be a victim.” Self-defense becomes a channel for their rage, anxiety, confusion, trauma and desire—lots of desire.

By Inua Ellams
Movement Direction by Orlando Pabotoy
Directed by Taibi Magar
A co-production with American Repertory Theater

July 14, 2023—August 20, 2023

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When Demi, the half Nigerian-mortal, half Greek-god, is angry, rain clouds gather. When he cries, rivers burst their banks. And the first time he takes a shot on a basketball court, the deities of the land wake up.