OPENINGS AND PREVIEWS
Kate Whoriskey directs a new play by Julia Cho (“The Language Archive”), which tells three parallel stories about people preparing a meal for someone else. In previews.
The Play Company presents Christopher Chen’s multidisciplinary piece, directed by Lee Sunday Evans, about a man claiming to be a dissident Chinese artist. In previews. Opens Aug. 28.
A DAY BY THE SEA
The Mint stages N. C. Hunter’s 1953 play, directed by Austin Pendleton, in which a Foreign Service employee has a midlife crisis during a seaside picnic in Dorset. In previews. Opens Aug. 25.
Trip Cullman directs a drama by Leslye Headland (“Bachelorette”), about two strangers who meet on a plane when their flight is delayed. In previews. Opens Aug. 25.