Five male college seniors and their housemates explore the rootless ‘60s generation of free-love and protest.
A wildly imaginative new comedy that begins with an incessantly ringing cell phone in a quiet café, a stranger at the next table and a dead man with a lot of loose ends.
When the sophisticated Crawford family visits Mansfield Park, the moral sense of each marriageable member of the Mansfield family is tested in various ways.
This award-winning tale of seduction and betrayal is set in France among aristocrats before the revolution.
In the summer of 1918, as war rages in Europe, a smaller war breaks out in Charleston, South Carolina, when a growing attraction between an African-American seamstress and a white man accelerates into a full-blown affair.
A deeply affecting evocation of a tortured time in American history – the Great Depression of the 1930s – and of the indomitable spirit of the people who survived and prevailed in the face of unaccustomed adversity.
In this wonderful portrait of two very different women in love, a bored Russian wife living in the countryside falls in love with her young son’s handsome new tutor, but her chief rival turns out to be her 17-year-old ward.
Love triangles, mistaken identities, Marx, Engels, pistols and the proletariat jostle for position in this witty adaptation of George Bernard Shaw’s last comic novel.
Take a magic carpet ride with the SOT’s Repertory Dance Company as they interpret the classic tale of Aladdin. Featuring contemporary choreography, RDC puts its signature modern twist on this timeless tale.
Adapted from Joyce’s literary masterpiece, this intimate Tony Award-winning musical portrays a homespun Yuletide party with Irish music, dancing, food, drink and good fellowship.
For three diverse families, a tragic shooting exposes there once-dormant fault-lines and forces them to confront the way they perceive themselves, their community and their dreams.
This Tony Award-winning Best Musical is a deliciously funny spoof of 1940s film noir and hard-boiled detective fiction. In glamorous 1940s Hollywood, a young novelist is attempting to write a screenplay for a fast-talking Hollywood producer while trying to maintain his artistic integrity and marriage. As he creates the story about a private detective the characters come to life on stage.
Set in 1930s New Orleans, a young writer remembers his artistic and sexual awakening as the inhabitants of a boardinghouse swirl up out of his imagination as he struggles with his literary career, poverty and loneliness.
This rollicking work by Molière finds a most un-literary lady intent on having a high-toned literary salon. She has neither literary nor common sense, which makes her easy prey for a con artist who passes himself off as a famous poet and becomes a permanent house guest.
Acclaimed European choreographer Nikos Lagousakos directs the USC Repertory Dance Company in an evening of dance with an internationally flair.