An explosive world premiere by the 2017 PEN Award-winner, Thomas and Sally gets up close and personal with our country’s first prominent mixed-race couple: Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings, the enslaved woman who mothered 6 of his children. Bradshaw takes us behind the scenes—and into the beds—of American history with the Hemings-Jeffersons and the rock stars of the Revolution: Ben Franklin, John & Abigail Adams & the Marquis de Lafayette!
Tue - Sun 7:30pm
Sun (Preview) Oct 1, 4pm
Thu (Perspectives) Oct 12, 1pm
Sat, Oct 7 & Oct 21, 2pm
Sun Oct 8, 15 & 22, 2pm
|Previews (Sep 28 - Oct 1)||$37||$37|
|Opening Night (Oct 3)||$60||$55|
|Tue*, Wed, Thu, Fri & Sun Eve||$49||$44|
|Best Deal (all shows, limited availability)||n/a||$25|
* Excludes Opening Night.
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Thomas Bradshaw’s plays have been produced throughout the US, as well as in Europe. They include CARLYLE (Goodman Theatre in Chicago) FULLFILLMENT (The Flea Theater); INTIMACY (off-Broadway at The New Group); JOB (Flea Theater); BURNING (off-Broadway at The New Group); MARY (Goodman Theatre in Chicago); THE BEREAVED (Partial Comfort - Best Plays of 2009 in Time Out NY & New York Times Critic’s Pick); SOUTHERN PROMISES (PS 122) and DAWN (Flea Theatre). A German translation of DAWN was presented at Theater Bielefeld in Germany in October 2008 and published by Theater Der Zeit in that same month.
Bradshaw has been featured as one of Time Out New York’s “Ten Playwrights to Watch”, as one of Paper Magazine’s Beautiful People, and Best Provocative Playwright by the Village Voice. He is the recipient of a 2009 Guggenheim Fellowship, the 2010 Prince Charitable Trust Prize, and the 2012 Award from the Foundation for Contemporary Arts, as well as Fellowships from The Lark Play Development Center, Soho Rep. (Streslin Fellow), and New York Theater Workshop. He was the Playwright in Residence at The Soho Theatre in London in February 2009, where he wrote THE ASHES. He is currently working on commissions from the Goodman Theater, Manhattan Theater Club, and the Foundry Theater.
Bradshaw is currently developing a TV series for HARPO and HBO. He received his M.F.A. from Mac Wellman’s playwriting program and is Professor of Playwriting at Northwestern University.
* Denotes member of Actors Equity Association
+ Member, United Scenic Artists
^ Member, Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers