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The Ruby Sunrise
Nov. 17-20, 2021
In 1927 on a farm in Indiana teenage Ruby struggles to turn her dream of the first all-electrical television system into a reality. The play then jumps forward to 1952 and a McCarthy-era New York TV studio where Ruby’s heirs fight over how her story should be told, The Ruby Sunrise charts the course of the phenomenon of television: from early idealism and sparks of genius, to promises fulfilled and compromises brokered. Groff’s play examines the mechanics of storytelling, of the ways in which truth can be compromised and histories revised.Learn More
You on the Moors Now
May 26- June 4, 2022
Four literary heroines of the nineteenth century set conventionalism ablaze when they turn down marriage proposals from their equally famous gentlemen callers. Elizabeth Bennet (Pride and Prejudice) Jo March (Little Women) Cathy (Wuthering Heights) and Jane (Jane Eyre) confront Mr. Darcy, Laurie Laurence, Heathcliff and Mr. Rochester in turn as they cross their “moors:” the intersection between girlhood and womanhood and ponder their gender normative futures.Learn More
Last Updated January 7, 2022