Anne Washburn's new work, directed by Les Waters, is set amid the drudgery and high tension of a technical rehearsal for a play. The fourteen-person cast includes Bruce McKenzie, Thomas Jay Ryan, Nina Hellman, and Sue Jean Kim. In previews. Opens June 10.
Jim Parsons ("The Big Bang Theory") stars in a play by David Javerbaum, in which God answers some of life's eternal questions. Joe Mantello directs. In previews. Opens May 28.
The annual showcase for rising talents continues, with highlights including Kim Katzberg's comedy "Terry: Recovering Pet Detective"; "What's This Called, This Spirit?," a concert-play from the art-rock band the Scouts; "Checkpoint Charlie's State of Affairs," Charlotte Thun-Hohenstein's burlesque variety show; and "Argument Sessions," an interactive piece derived from Supreme Court transcripts.
The writer-performer David Greenspan ("The Myopia") returns with this solo piece for Target Margin Theatre, which draws on two lectures and a play by Gertrude Stein.
Chris Noth stars in Christopher Marlowe's tale of a man who sells his soul to the Devil, directed by Andrei Belgrader. In previews.
A new play by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins ("An Octoroon"), directed by Evan Cabnet, follows a group of ambitious editorial assistants who dream of getting published by the time they're thirty. In previews. Opens June 15.
Amy Morton directs a new play by Rajiv Joseph ("Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo"), in which two imperial guards in seventeenth-century India watch the sun rise on the newly built Taj Mahal. In previews. Opens June 11.
In Nicholas Wright's play, based on a book by Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela, a South African psychologist interrogates the apartheid-era political assassin Eugene de Kock in his prison cell.
A new musical from Dave Malloy and Rachel Chavkin, the writer-director team behind "Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812," in which the composer Sergei Rachmaninoff sees a hypnotist after the ill-fated première of his first symphony. The cast includes Gabriel Ebert, Eisa Davis, and Nikki M. James. In previews. Opens June 15.
Pam MacKinnon directs a new play by Bruce Norris (“Clybourne Park”), about a suburban couple who attend a spouse-swapping party that challenges their notions of free love. In previews. Opens June 14.
The Roundabout stages a new play by Joshua Harmon ("Bad Jews"), directed by Trip Cullman, about a young gay urbanite searching for love as his female friends begin to settle down. In previews.
The New Group presents a play written by and starring Jesse Eisenberg, about an angry grad-school dropout who tries to thwart the impending marriage of his grade-school crush. Scott Elliott directs. In previews. Opens June 2.