OPENINGS AND PREVIEWS
In William Francis Hoffman’s drama, directed by Colt Coeur’s Adrienne Campbell-Holt, a new mother’s ne’er-do-well brother comes to visit her and her husband. In previews. Opens May 20.
At Theatre for a New Audience, Arin Arbus directs John Douglas Thompson and Maggie Lacey in Thornton Wilder’s adaptation of the Ibsen drama, in repertory with Strindberg’s “The Father.” In previews. Opens May 24.
Halley Feiffer’s play, directed by Trip Cullman for MCC Theatre, follows the unlikely friendship between a young woman and a middle-aged man whose mothers are in the same cancer hospital. In previews.
Anaïs Mitchell’s folk opera, developed with and directed by Rachel Chavkin, is a retelling of the Orpheus and Eurydice myth. In previews. Opens May 23.
Manhattan Theatre Club stages Nick Payne’s play, which braids the stories of a pathologist who steals Einstein’s brain, a neuropsychologist beginning a new romance, and a seizure patient who loses his memory. Doug Hughes directs. In previews. Opens May 24.
In Gregory S. Moss’s comedy, directed by Carolyn Cantor, a city kid spends the summer at a Rhode Island beach town, where he meets a feisty local girl. In previews.
Rupert Everett plays Oscar Wilde in David Hare’s drama, which depicts the playwright before and after his imprisonment for gross indecency. Neil Armfield directs. In previews. Opens May 17.
In a new play by Penelope Skinner (“The Village Bike”), directed by Leah C. Gardiner for Manhattan Theatre Club, a married couple living in a ravaged future open their doors to a stranger.Opens May 18.
Lila Neugebauer directs a trio of one-acts: Edward Albee’s “The Sandbox,” María Irene Fornés’s “Drowning,” and Adrienne Kennedy’s “Funnyhouse of a Negro.” In previews. Opens May 22.
A return engagement of Dominique Morisseau’s play, part of her “Detroit” trilogy, in which workers at an auto plant face the threat of foreclosure. Ruben Santiago-Hudson directs. In previews. Opens May 19.
This new musical by Stew and Heidi Rodewald (“Passing Strange”), directed by Joanna Settle, follows a black musical prodigy in mid-century Alabama, whose father is a famous gospel healer.Opens May 25.
In Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’s play, directed by Lileana Blain-Cruz for LCT3, two siblings are confronted in their mother’s hospital room with a secret about their grandfather’s past. In previews.