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2024-2025 Season

East Texas Hot Links

Sep 06, 2024 — Sep 29, 2024

by Eugene Lee
Directed Resident Artist Ron OJ Parson

Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, East Texas Hot Links is a gripping character study, a lyrical masterpiece, and portrait of community. It is 1955 in the piney woods of East Texas and racial tensions are high, yet the Top O’ the Hill Café remains a haven. There, regulars share stories, joke, unwind, and trade friendly barbs. The café is a refuge that keeps the outside world at bay, until a mysterious omen forces the outside in.

Falsettos

Nov 08, 2024 — Dec 08, 2024

Music and Lyrics by William Finn
Book by William Finn and James Lapine
Co-produced with TimeLine Theatre Company
Directed by Nick Bowling, TimeLine Theatre Associate Artistic Director

Marvin has left his wife, Trina, for his male lover; Trina has married Marvin’s therapist; and their son, Jason, is grappling with his parents' divorce and his looming Bar Mitzvah. Everyone’s world has been upended and now they must explore what their new lives may hold. Featuring a sung-through score and set against the backdrop of the AIDS epidemic, Falsettos is a humorous and heartbreaking web of ex-spouses, co-parents, new lovers, and the lesbians next door.

A Raisin in the Sun

Feb 07, 2025 — Mar 09, 2025

by Lorraine Hansberry
Directed Associate Artistic Director Gabrielle Randle-Bent

Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun is a stunning portrayal of a family’s fight for dignity and the right to dream. As the Youngers await their recently deceased patriarch’s life insurance check, they allow themselves to imagine a bigger life – a life with room to breathe – until those plans are thrown into jeopardy. Hansberry’s language rings as wise and prescient as ever in her moving answer to Langston Hughes’s question, What happens to a dream deferred?

Berlin

Apr 25, 2025 — May 18, 2025

A New Adaptation by Mickle Maher
Based on the graphic novel by Jason Lutes
Directed by Marilyn F. Vitale Artistic Director Charles Newell

Berlin is an unforgettable mosaic of intersecting narratives set amidst the decline of Weimar Germany. This original commission brings Jason Lutes’s exhilarating and acclaimed graphic novel to life. Fascism is taking hold; revolutionaries are organizing; creatives are trying to capture the ineffable nature of their changing city; and – as everything falls apart – everyone is faced with a choice: abandon Berlin or fight to survive.

2023-2024 Season

Antigone

Feb 02, 2024 — Mar 02, 2024

by Sophocles, Translated by Nicholas Rudall
Directed by Gabrielle Randle-Bent,
Associate Artistic Director

As Antigone mourns her brothers, she must decide if she will sacrifice her life to balance the scales of justice. Associate Artistic Director Gabrielle Randle-Bent’s interpretation of Sophocles’ masterwork - featuring Aeriel Williams in the titular role and Timothy Edward Kane as King Creon - renders Antigone electrifyingly alive, situating this tale in our modern conversation about the price of democracy, and asking - crucially - if it's a price we're willing to pay.

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Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead

Mar 29, 2024 — Apr 21, 2024

by Tom Stoppard
Directed by Charles Newell,
Marilyn F. Vitale Artistic Director

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead spotlights two of Shakespeare’s minor characters as they wrestle with fundamental, pressing questions of identity, loss, fate, friendship, and the absurdity of existence. Charles Newell’s deconstructed interpretation propels the story forward with newfound immediacy, urging us to reconsider what we know about Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, Hamlet, and perhaps even Stoppard himself.

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Stokely:
The Unfinished Revolution

May 24, 2024 — Jun 16, 2024

by Nambi E. Kelley
Directed by Tasia A. Jones

Civil rights activist Kwame Ture, born Stokely Carmichael, was a towering icon; a man of immense domestic and international importance. But he was also just that: a man. Blending the historical and the personal, Stokely: The Unfinished Revolution asks: how can you trust someone with a movement when you can’t trust them with your heart? Tasia A. Jones makes her Court directorial debut with playwright Nambi E. Kelley’s evocative world premiere.

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