Ivo van Hove returns for his 7th NYTW collaboration and illuminates themes of love, identity and vulnerability. An ensemble of actors invites audiences to experience the dynamics of a relationship in this production of Ingmar Bergman's 1974 film.
Production Design by Jan Versweyveld
Dramaturgy by Bart ven den Eynde
Stage Manager Terri K. Kohler
with Tina Benko, Susannah Flood, Erin Gann, Arliss Howard, Alex Hurt, Mia Katigbak, Emma Ramos, Dallas Robers, Roslyn Ruff, Carmen Zilles
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Ayad Akhtar (Disgraced) makes his NYTW debut, directed by two-time Obie Award winner Ken Rus Schmoll (Red Dog Howls). This suspenseful new play is a chilling and complex look at how far we will go to save ourselves and the devastating ramifications of our individual actions on global power and politics.
Scenic Design Riccardo Hernandez
Costume Design ESOSA
Lighting Design Tyler Micoleau
Sound Design Leah Gelpe
Dialect Coach Stephen Gabis
Fight Direction Thomas Schall
Stage Manager Megan Schwarz Dickert
with Jameal Ali, Usman Ally, Dariush Kashani and Justin Kirk
Award-winning playwright David Greig follows a community's search for compassion, peace and understanding in the wake of unthinkable violence. Ramin Gray's production features a different choir at each performance.
Design Chloe Lamford
Lighting Design Charles Balfour
Sound Design Alex Caplen
Pianist Magnus Gilljam
Company Stage Manager Sarah Tryfan
Stage Manager Laura Kim
with Neve McIntosh and Clifford Samuel
Long-time NYTW Usual Suspect Dael Orlandersmith (Monster, The Gimmick) returns with an uplifting semi-autobiographical exploration of the family we are born into and the family we choose. Drawn from Orlandersmith’s own pilgrimage to the famed Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris, Orlandersmith finds grace in the legacy a daughter inherits from her mother.
Scenic Design Takeshi Kata
Costume Design Kaye Voyce
Lighting Design Mary Louise Geiger
Sound Design Adam Phalen
Dramaturg Joy Meads
Stage Manager Sunneva Stapleton