Show Calendar

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In addition to the companies with shows in our calendar below, rental subsidy has been award to the following companies for the 2017-2018 season: Amas Musical TheatreThe CiviliansDramatic Question TheatreNAATCOOne Year Lease Theater CompanyPipeline Theatre CompanyThe Play CompanyProspect Theater CompanyTarget Margin Theater, and Transport Group Theatre Company
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In the Mezzanine Theatre

February 23 - March 25, 2018

Folk Wandering

Pipeline Theatre Company

Conceived by Jaclyn Backhaus & Andrew Neisler
Book & Lyrics by Jaclyn Backhaus
Music & Additional Lyrics by Blake Allen, Mike Brun, Andrew R. Butler, Joel Esher, Alex Fast, Jo Lampert, Barrie McLain, Annie Tippe, and Dominique Toney

In 1911, Rosealia dreams of a better life. In 1933, Kai struggles to keep daughter safe. In 1955, Hannah finally fights for herself.

Folk Wandering is a sweeping new musical conjured from the hearts and minds of Jaclyn Bauhaus, Andrew Neisler, and nine emerging singer-songwriters. This expansive story investigates the making and breaking of the American dream across three bygone generations. Join Pipeline Theatre Company and their band of troubadours this spring for an awakening of the hope, heartache, and longing that binds us all together.

April 4 - 29, 2018

One Thousand Nights and One Day

Prospect Theater Company

Book and lyrics by Jason Grote
Music by Marisa Michelson
Directed by Erin Ortman

In mythic Persia, a daring young woman spins tales to save the kingdom and her life. In modern-day New York, a Jewish man and Palestinian woman fight to find love in a fractured world. This world premiere musical, adapted from Jason Grote's critically-acclaimed play 1001, reinvents "The Arabian Nights," colliding the contemporary and the ancient. Through a genre-bending score, it questions past and present images of the Middle East, exploring the power of story in our everyday lives.

May 10 - June 10, 2018

Time's Journey Through a Room


Written by Toshiki Okada
Translated by Aya Ogawa
Directed by Dan Rothenberg

If Ghosts represent the past, what represents the future?

Time's Journey Through A Room is a portrait of how we move forward from life-changing events. Part love story, part ghost story and set one year after the 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan, this soulful and complex play observes how hope can spring up alongside sadness and fear, and change can be realized if we are awake to the present moment.

In the Jeffrey and Paula Gural Theatre

March 4 - 25, 2018

Halcyon Days

Oberon Theatre Ensemble

Written by Steven Dietz
Directed by Alexander Dinelaris, Jr. 

How do you make something go viral in the days before social media? Halcyon Days by Steven Dietz is a shrewd satire exploring what it to​ok​ to get America behind the 1983 invasion of the western hemisphere's smallest country​, Grenada. This eye opening exploration of the D.C. "spin machine" is a brutally witty and thought provoking behind the scenes look at America's first "public relations" war.

April 5 - 8, 2018


MCC Theater

Written and Performed by
the MCC Theater Youth Company
Directed by Jennifer Shirley and Kevin Carillo 

UNCENSORED features original and thought-provoking works by New York City teens. Original monologues, scenes, music, and ensemblr pieces written by the company members explore this year's theme: WHAT'S IN THE GROUND? UNCENSORED gives audiences a rare, unfiltered glimpse into some of the most creative hearts and daring young voices in NYC's five boroughs.

April 13 - 29, 2018

Mangled Beams

American Indian Artists Inc.

Written by Dawn Jamieson
Directed by Christen Omantra Callahan 

Rather than one man's quest for meaning, Mangled Beams is a play about "A People." It's the first play about the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) high beam walkers' involvement in the cleanup at Ground Zero after 9/11. As four men wait for work at the union hall miles from their home and families, they themselves are like mangled beams. Then the unimaginable happens. Unable to turn their backs on the tragedy, they go to work on the search and rescue effort - untangling beams while they reclaim their identity and find personal redemption.

Coming Soon

Later this season you can look forward to productions from:


Show and ticketing information TBA