David Mamet’s Oval Office satire is a laugh-out-loud, politically incorrect, no-holds-barred look at one day in the life of an egomaniacal and beleaguered American commander-in-chief seeking reelection. Gallery – photos by Tom Kochie
Amy Herzog’s poignant Pulitzer Prize finalist depicts the unlikely relationship between a 91-year-old lefty and her questing grandson who unexpectedly shows up in her apartment at 3 a.m. after a life-altering cross-country bike ride.
Bernard Slade’s clever and masterful whodunit is an intricately plotted mystery that whips up duplicity and cunning mixed with deceit, promising to surprise even seasoned theater detectives.
Michael Frayn’s deliriously funny collection of comedies of embarrassment offers hilarious commentary on the fiendish new technology that is meant to make our lives easier while actually providing new forms of torment.