Disgraced is the story of Amir Kapoor (The Daily Show’s Aasif Mandvi), a successful Pakistani-American lawyer who is rapidly moving up the corporate ladder while distancing himself from his cultural roots. When Amir and his wife Emily (Heidi Armbruster), a white artist influenced by Islamic imagery, host a dinner party, what starts out as a friendly conversation escalates into something far more damaging.
Whole Foods, Edie Brickell and mini-hot dogs abound in this dark and twisted comedy, in which a seemingly ordinary boy’s night out turns sour for two friends when a stranger forces them to delineate the boundaries between loyalty, conviction and betrayal. Directed by David Schwimmer.
Charlie, an older out-of-work actor, is spiritually famished and morally adrift, desperately searching for something real. Enter fresh-faced and ambitious Clea. She and Charlie have a heated affair that eventually dissipates leaving Charlie with empty pockets and more emotionally, spiritually and morally adrift than ever.
Debbie Does Dallas
A theatrical send-up of the infamous 1970s adult movie, this modern morality tale told as a comic musical of tragic proportions in the language of the rodeo-porno-football circus. The show is the coming-of-age story of an all-American small-town sweetheart named Debbie Benton who dreams of making it to the big time by becoming a Texas Cowgirl Cheerleader.
The Laramie Project
Based upon the true events of the horrific 1998 murder of gay student Matthew Shepard. Through its ensemble storytelling technique, The Laramie Project becomes more than just the story of a brutal hate crime. It tells the story of a community caught at the crossroads of a tragedy and of what America is and what America can be in the face of such heartbreak.
The Vagina Monologues
What started out as a small one-woman show grew into one of the most profitable ventures in Off-Broadway history and went on to become a cultural phenomenon. Originally starring its creator Eve Ensler, The Vagina Monologues explores women’s stories of intimacy, vulnerability, and sexual self-discovery.
The Death of Frank
This is the story of Peter, a young, earnest gardener with a desire to save the world, and Natalie, his odd, jaded sister, who tends to like things that hurt her. One of those things is Frank, an older guy with a rough edge and a shady job description. Peter’s world is Natalie, so naturally he wants to save her, but he accidentally falls in love with a linguist named Lynn who tries to teach him that there’s more to life than one’s sister. This is a play about choices made in the face of unavoidable desire; it’s about form and function, sweetness and danger, and passion and articulation.
Jessica, a young photographer fighting to save the building, has injured herself trying to take pictures of the crumbling skyscraper. She and her lawyer, Jane, are suing the demolisher, Raymond. Raymond has his own troubles: He has just been forced to fire his dreamy and unreliable brother, Joseph. Meanwhile, Louis, a 110-year-old man whose life is bound up with the building, tries to rescue Vivian, a distraught young woman determined to leap from the roof. Jessica inadvertently saves Raymond’s life; Jane seduces Joseph; Louis struggles with Vivian and his failing memory; and all of their lives are changed as they uncover the threads that connect them to Chicago, this building, and each other.