Plays by the graduating playwrights of the MFA Dramatic Writing program, presented as staged readings with professional actors and directors.
In a post-apocalyptic world, a mismatched group of survivors band together to try to recount the heroic fable of youth and innocence triumphing over evil — Bart Simpson’s epic battle against Sideshow Bob in the “Cape Feare” episode of The Simpsons.
The source for the Broadway musical, Frank Wedekind’s play follows the dawning sexual awakening of a group of teenagers in a classic work that launched 20th Century avant-garde theatre.
A workshop of diverse new works by the School of Dramatic Arts’ second-year MFA Dramatic Writing students.
A diverse group of accomplished playwrights responded to the 2012 death of Trayvon Martin and acquittal of George Zimmerman through plays about race and privilege in America.
Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s modern masterpiece tells the unforgettable true story of the passionate, complex and controversial Argentine First Lady Eva Perón.
Spanning two centuries, from 1775 to 1975, this mesmerizing epic is the story of three families — Black, White and Native American — whose lives are irrevocably intertwined.
A timeless tale of mistaken identity and romance told with unconventional wit and filled with extravagant characters, exuberant energy and numerous farcical devices.
Thebes is now a ruin surrounded by refugee camps. Police violence, terrorists and demagogues abound. Who will dare to defy unjust laws and follow the higher law of love and decency?
Tony Kushner’s Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece follows a gay man abandoned by his lover when he contracts the AIDS virus and a closeted Mormon lawyer’s stalling marriage to his pill-popping wife.