A one-woman show about dating, religion, and Jewish heritage.... Read more
The Tank presents in-person and virtual performances of My Shiksa Boyfriend! Arielle takes us through the journey of growing up in a conservative Jewish home and then falling in love with someone who is not Jewish. With comedy, powerful personal anecdotes, and a little bit of Yiddish, the show asks how we can honor our past and future.
A continuation of the 2020 project in which audience received real-life letters from the characters.... Read more
The unique theatrical experience begins in your home and culminates in-person at the Ars Nova Hub. In late 2020, physical letters were mailed to ticket-holding audience members for a durational, epistolary experience. In the most intimate of ways, audiences could track correspondence between the play's characters, Ona and Bea, as the world changed around all of us—fictional and not.
Regardless of past participation, all ticket-holders will receive access to a P.S. Letter Library. There, audiences can listen to audio recordings of all 15 letters, and access pdfs of the full correspondence.
A politically charged American drama about a technology-obsessed loner who rises to political power.... Read more
In One Empire, Under God, an emotionally disturbed young man incites an uprising against America’s openly atheist president. Armed with the power of digital media, he is able to subvert the democratic process and pave a path of victory for him and his descendants to rule for generations to come. But with great power, comes great backlash in this provocative critique of nationalism, imperialism, and religious extremism.
A one-woman show focused on navigating and embracing Black-female identity in your twenties.... Read more
A solo show written and performed by artist Kyla P. Sylvers about the boxes we are put in by society, and the ones we need to break out of in order to achieve our dreams. A winding, yet illuminating and heartwarming journey through life's ups and downs as twenty-six year old Black female artist, presented by non-profit theatre production company, Moxie Art!
A world premiere adaptation of the novel by Jane Austen.... Read more
Bedlam, the company known for adaptations of novels such as the critically acclaimed "Sense and Sensibility," returns with another Jane Austen adaptation. Set in the aftermath of the Napoleonic wars, the play follows a shy English spinster who seeks to win back the love of the man she jilted eight years before.
Terrence McNally's millennium-hopping play is a love letter to theatre.... Read more
A company of actors travels the stages and ages of some of the greatest moments in theatre history—from the ancient Greeks, to Shakespeare at the Globe, Molière at Versailles’ Royal Theatre, the first reading of a new play by Chekhov in Moscow, and then on to present-day America. The behind the scenes moments from every millennium reveals some fundamental truths about theatre that never change.
A new, holiday season sendup of the iconic romantic comedy and Christmas movie Love Actually.... Read more
The stories of nine couples overlap and intertwine in order to tell unique stories about love and relationships. The beloved 2003 movie receives the theatrical treatment with this hysterical, new musical parody. Whether you love Love Actually, love to hate Love Actually, or have never even seen Love Actually, you will actually love this musical!
Inspired by "Romeo & Juliet," this dance theater piece is about a community divided by a wall.... Read more
With a contemporary soundtrack and a cast of 12 dancers, Beyond Babel explores the division of families, friends, and community, when authorities build a wall between them.
Created by Keone & Mari Madrid and Hideaway Circus, the set features large crochet backdrops, art installations, and yarn-based props created by artist London Kaye.
Native artist DeLanna Studi recounts her heritage with a 900-mile journey across the Trail of Tears.... Read more
A powerful and dramatic memoir following DeLanna Studi and her father's epic journey to connect with their Native American heritage. The journey retraces a path Studi's own ancestors took centuries ago as a result of the forced relocation of tens of thousands of indigenous Cherokee people. So We Walked draws on a collection of interviews, anecdotes, and historical research to convey and honor the resilience of the indigenous.
Jocelyn Bioh's long-awaited romantic comedy set in the burgeoning world of 1990s Nollywood.... Read more
This raucous, Lagos-set comedy follows an ambitious young woman named Ayamma who gets a taste of her superstar dreams when she lands a major audition with Nigeria's hottest director. Success, however, comes with its own challenges as she comes head-to-head with Fayola, Nollywood's former starlet, and falls head-over-heels for Wale, Nollywood's current heartthrob. A highly-anticipated new comedy by Lucille Lortel-winner Jocelyn Bioh and directed by Bioh's frequent collaborator, Saheem Ali.
A starry cast in a new comedy from Tony nominee Douglas Carter Beane ("The Little Dog Laughed").... Read more
"A Midsummer Night’s Dream" meets old world fairy tales as one night in the forest, puckish mischief leads to mismatched lovers from across all your favorite stories. And what begins as love at first sprite, grows into something more as the feelings from one midsummer night carry over to the bright light of day.
Winnie the Pooh and friends embark on fun adventures, in this new musical with life-size puppets.... Read more
Disney’s iconic Winnie the Pooh, Christopher Robin, and their best friends Piglet, Eeyore, Kanga, Roo, Rabbit, and Owl (and Tigger too!) will arrive on stage in this new musical adaptation for the whole family.
In a new story from the Hundred Acre Wood, this stage adaptation features the Sherman Brothers’ classic Grammy-award-winning music with additional songs by A.A. Milne.