Situated in a landmark building in Greenwich Village, Cherry Lane Theatre serves as a vital lab for the development of new American works and a home for groundbreaking productions of both new and classic theater of the highest caliber. As New York's longest continuously running Off-Broadway theatre, Cherry Lane has helped to define American drama, fostering fresh, daring, and relevant theater since 1924.
In "Esai’s Table," destiny meets eternity for three young black men atop an ancient magical table in this mythic tale of black lives, friendship, family, love and what it ultimately means to be human.
This new work asks: what if all the world’s problems stem from the lack of these three things — awareness, knowledge, and empathy? Featuring Tony Nominee Steven Boyer ("Hand to God").
In this solo piece, Eileen is a post-menopausal, Buddhist divorcee with 100 stories to tell about love, loss, her guru, her psychiatrist, marriage, divorce, dating, and her search for a happy ending.