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By Lauren Gunderson & Margot Melcon | Directed by Megan Sandberg-Zakian
This holiday season, MTC revisits Jane Austen’s world of Regency romance with Lauren Gunderson and Margot Melcon’s The Wickhams: Christmas at Pemberley—a companion piece to the duo’s delightful Miss Bennet—both continuations of Austen’s popular novel, Pride and Prejudice.
Directed by Margo Hall
In his one-man autobiographical play, Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright August Wilson takes us on a journey from his days as a young poet through the completion of his acclaimed American Century Cycle. Beautifully raw, poignant, and humorous, How I Learned What I Learned gives audiences a detailed look at the man behind some of the most celebrated plays of the twentieth century.
By Ayad Akhtar | Directed by Hana S. Sharif
Brilliant Pakistani-American writer Zarina is finishing a novel about women and Islam when she meets Eli, a young convert who bridges the gulf between her modern life and her traditional heritage. But when her conservative family discovers her controversial manuscript, they are all forced to confront the beliefs that define them.
Adapted by Nambi E. Kelley | Based on the book by Toni Morrison | Directed by Awoye Timpo
Young and in-love Violet and Joe move to Harlem at the turn of the century. As time passes, Joe begins an affair with a young woman, setting off a series of shocking events. Adapted from Toni Morisson’s stunning novel and musically underscored by Bay-Area jazz musician Marcus Shelby—Nambi Kelley’s Jazz is a beautiful theatrical composition.
By Jen Silverman | Directed by Mike Donahue
Sofie is an unhappy housewife. Gregor is her breadwinning husband. Dr. Franz is their strange psychiatrist. Wink is the cat. And Gregor has just skinned the cat. Violent desires, domestic anarchy, and feline vengeance at any cost make Wink a dark comedy about the thin, thin line between savagery and civilization.