Annie Baker's Pulitzer Prize-winning play, set in a small-town movie theatre, returns for a downtown run. Sam Gold directs the original cast, Alex Hanna, Louisa Krause, Matthew Maher, and Aaron Clifton Moten. In previews.
Dael Orlandersmith performs a semiautobiographical solo show, directed by Neel Keller, inspired by her pilgrimage to the Père Lachaise cemetery, in Paris. In previews. Opens May 4.
Athol Fugard wrote and directs this play, about a black farm laborer in apartheid-era South Africa who has painted an entire garden on rocks. In previews. Opens May 11.
MCC Theatre presents a comedy by Robert Askins (“Hand to God”), directed by Alex Timbers, in which a married couple (Justin Bartha and Elizabeth Reaser) take up Christian Domestic Discipline, a.k.a. "spanking for Jesus." In previews.
The troupe Belarus Free Theatre, which was exiled from its home country in 2011, performs a Shakespeare-inflected show about capital punishment. Opens April 29.
Theatre for a New Audience presents Fiasco Theatre's version of the Shakespeare comedy, directed by Jessie Austrian and Ben Steinfeld. In previews. Opens April 30.
Amanda Seyfried and Thomas Sadoski star in a new play by Neil LaBute, directed by Leigh Silverman, about two wedding guests who spend the night together. In previews.