J.B. Priestley’s classic British thriller about a mysterious police inspector who appears out of the fog to upend the lives of a prosperous and self-satisfied family implicated in the death of a young woman.
Theresa Rebeck’s new comedy takes on greed and skewed ideas about morality when a quirky financier who has done a little too well in New York returns to surprise his family in the heartland.
Neil Simon’s Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning tender comic masterwork about two young boys coming of age in a zany family of colorful characters in the “City of Gracious Living” in 1942. Gallery – photos by Tom Kochie
Christopher Durang’s Drama Desk and Tony Award-winning comedy which, while requiring no familiarity whatsoever with the work of Anton Chekhov, offers Durang’s signature screwball take on Chekhovian themes to arrive at keen insights into the absurdities and agonies of 21st century life. Gallery –…