2024 Season

Subscriptions to the 2024 season will go on sale starting April 1, with tickets to individual productions available starting May 1, 2024. 


by Mary Elizabeth Hamilton
directed by Jess Chayes
June 8 – 23, 2024
Previews June 6 & 7, 2024


Elaine’s cantankerous, ailing mother, Ruth, won’t let aides in the house to help her, making it impossible for Elaine to go to work. In desperation, Elaine buys a “Jenny”, a smart device which doubles as a babysitter/companion for her mom – while allowing Elaine to check on Ruth from anywhere. Jenny quickly feels like another member of the family, playing games with Ruth and talking Elaine through her insomnia. But what if Jenny isn’t the only one listening? A play about how and why we let technology into our homes, and the unexpected changes that tech can bring.


book by Kevin Murphy & Dan Studney
music by Kevin Murphy
lyrics by Dan Studney
directed by Christopher Ostrom
musical supervision by Kevin Quill
July 5 – 27, 2024
Previews July 3 & 4, 2024


Inspired by the original 1936 film of the same name, this raucous musical parody takes a tongue-in-cheek look at the hysteria caused when clean-cut kids fall prey to marijuana, leading them on a hysterical downward spiral filled with jazz music, sex and violence.

SUMMER, 1976

by David Auburn
directed by Daisy Walker
August 9-31, 2024
Previews August 7 & 8, 2024


Over one fateful summer an unlikely friendship develops between Diana, a fiercely iconoclastic artist and single mom, and Alice, a free-spirited yet naive young housewife. As the Bicentennial is celebrated across the country, these two young women navigate motherhood, ambition, and intimacy, and help each other discover their own independence.  A deeply moving, insightful piece about connection, memories, and the small moments that can change the course of our lives.


World Premiere
by Fermin Rojas
directed by Janice L. Goldberg
September 14 – October 6, 2024
Previews September 12 & 13, 2024


After a monumental lifetime lighting the way to America’s shore, Lady Liberty (yes, THAT Lady Liberty) finds her voice, steps off her pedestal and ventures out to tell her story. When she accidentally walks into a theater full of people while looking for a bathroom, she decides to spend a few moments ruminating about her experiences, memories and hopes for our nation’s future.  A thoughtful comedy exploring the origins of one of our nation’s most enduring symbols.