Carl Andress directs Kate Hamill’s comedy.
The lineup of five works read over five days showcases LGBTQ+ artists.
Following a 40-year-old woman seeking her place in the bursting life of 1966 London, the work features a book, music, and lyrics by Michael Roberts.
The play will be the newest offering of the Building the Box series.
The annual new play festival will be held at The Wild Project Off-Broadway.
The work features a book and lyrics by Andrew Zachary Cohen and music by Steven Silverstein.
Maine's Ogunquit Playhouse will host the reading based on the novel by Auntie Mame writer Patrick Dennis.
Seret Scott will direct the reading of Mustapha Matura's new play.
The Connecticut theatre has announced its 59th annual summer season.
Immigrant Experiences will culminate in a free concert May 15 with Broadway alums attached to perform.
The annual season will feature Broadway alums Mimi Quillin, Ariella Serur, and Sav Souza presenting works.
The cast will star Broadway's Ebony Marshall-Oliver, Kathy Fitzgerald, Heath Saunders, and more.
Kari Hayter will direct the new work from Joe DiPietro, Ryan O’Connell, and Val Vigoda.
Kenneth Ferrone directs the country-themed musical following a Nashville-bound mother and daughter.
The play by William Semans and Roy M. Close will be directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg.
Racky Plews will direct the musical, featuring a book by screenwriter Tina Andrews.
The private readings will be held at the Dramatists Guild.
Fun Home Tony nominee Malone, Emily Saliers of the Indigo Girls, and Mary Ann Stratton penned the musical.
The series is part of the famed studio's 75th anniversary celebration.
Howe is a Pulitzer Prize finalist and Tony Award nominee.
Golden features music and lyrics by John Hodges and Geordy Wells, and a book by Francesca Peppiatt with Whit Cook.
Featuring a book by Jenny Stafford with music and lyrics by Artie Sievers, the work is based on the true story of female convicts who became radio stars in '30s Texas.
Stop Kiss' Diana Son and Tony-winning director Diane Paulus will help bring Dive, formerly titled Shimcheong: A Folktale, to A.R.T.'s stage.
Based on the 1992 film, the musical features a score by Julia Mattison and Noel Carey and a book by Marco Pennette.
Inspired by true events, the work is penned by Sandra Delgado and Michael McBride.
The Oscar-winning composer will lead the developmental programs for composers and lyricists.
Oscar nominee Marsha Mason will also be part of the cast of the Keen Company reading of the George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber play.
Smith will be the inaugural participant in the company's new Musical Reading program.
Lee Sunday Evans will direct the new work, part of New York Stage and Film's 2023 summer season.
Broadway alums Christine Dwyer, Caesar Samayoa, Amanda Jane Cooper, Max Crumm, and more have been announced for the cast.
David Staller will direct the George Bernard Shaw comedy.
The work features a book by Michele Lowe and music and lyrics by Zoe Sarnak.
The new play by Georgette Reilly Timoney adapts the letters exchanged by John and Abigail Adams.
Directed by Nathaniel P. Claridad, The End of All Flesh's readings will be open to the public via Out of the Box Theatrics.
The new musical follows two friends suddenly transported into a favorite video game.
This series marks the first programming selection from new producing artistic director Jill Rafson.
The Tony-winning theatre company and new work incubator is launching its first official Commissioning Program.
The Slave Play playwright will lead a one-month retreat in Tuscany.
The new play is written by Sharleen Cooper Cohen, and will be directed by Dick Scanlan.
Skylight Music Theatre will produce a run of Lourds Lane's rock musical at Milwaukee's Cabot Theatre.
Casting has been announced for the Met Gala-inspired farce at Chicago's Theatre Wit.
Written by Gregg Hammer and Louis Pardo, the work will be presented at Playwrights Horizons in a 29 hour reading.
Stephen Lloyd Helper and Arminda Thomas will co-direct the readings about the Grammy-winning bluesman.
The reading is co-produced with The Movement Theatre Company.
Kent Gash will direct the reading for The Acting Company.
Rob Ashford is directing the new in-development work based on John Berendt's 1994 novel.
The stage musical is based on a 2012 documentary about billionaire Jacqueline Siegel.
The program returns to support Latiné writers with free space for closed readings and additional resources.
Kenny Leon directs the musical, which has a book by Thomas Lennon and a score by First Date's Alan Zachary and Michael Weiner.
Beginning March 6, the series includes works from playwrights Lloyd Suh and Dave Harris.
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