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2018/19 Season:

Every Brilliant Thing to return along with A Doll’s House, Part 2 and Once! Learn More

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2018-2019 Season:

A Doll’s House, Part 2

By Lucas Hnath
Directed by Tracy Brigden 
October 25 – December 9
Arcadia Stage

Following our acclaimed production of A Doll’s House comes this scathingly funny follow-up to Ibsen’s masterpiece. Fifteen years have passed since Nora famously slammed the door. And then there’s a knock. Nora has returned.

Every Brilliant Thing

By Duncan Macmillan with Jonny Donahoe
Directed by Terrence J. Nolen 
November 8 – December 23 EXTENDED!
Bob and Selma Horan Studio Theatre, Hamilton Family Arts Center

Embraced by audiences and hailed by critics, Scott Greer returns in this moving, insightful, and hilarious one-man show that examines what makes life worth living following a sold-out run this season.

74 Seconds…to Judgment

By Kash Goins
Directed by Amina Robinson
January 16 – March 3
Arcadia Stage

A jury of 6 has been deadlocked for over a week – struggling to decide what is ‘justifiable homicide’- in this powerful and provocative new play by Philadelphia playwright Kash Goins..

August Wilson’s

How I Learned What I Learned

Co-Conceived by Todd Kreidler 
March 7 – April 14
Bob and Selma Horan Studio Theatre, Hamilton Family Arts Center

In this solo show, the late playwright August Wilson shares stories about his first jobs, first loves, and his encounters with racism in this theatrical memoir that charts one man’s journey of self-discovery through adversity.

Gem of the Ocean

By August Wilson
Directed by James Ijames 
February 28 – March 31
F. Otto Haas Stage

Set in 1904, this first installment of August Wilson’s Century Cycle journeys to Pittsburgh’s Hill District and tells a mystical story of freedom, justice and redemption.

Indecent

By Paula Vogel 
May 23 – June 23
F. Otto Haas Stage

Pulitzer Prize winner Paula Vogel’s critically acclaimed play with music is about the creation of the controversial Yiddish play God of Vengeance and is a joyful celebration of art and love.