Ubu's Other Shoe
Staged Readings at the Little Theatre
Copenhagen by Michael Frayn
In 1941, German physicist Werner Heisenberg went to Copenhagen to see his Danish counterpart, Niels Bohr. Together they had revolutionized atomic science in the 1920s, but now they were on opposite sides of a world war.
Rapture, Blister, Burn by Gina Gionfriddo
After grad school, Catherine and Gwen chose polar opposite paths. Catherine built a career as a rockstar academic, while Gwen built a home with her husband and children. Decades later, each woman covets the other's life, commencing a dangerous game of musical chairs.
Edward Albee's THE GOAT or Who is Sylvia?
Winner of the 2002 Tony Award for Best Play
Take Me Out by Richard Greenberg
Darren Lemming, the star center fielder of the world champion New York Empires, is young, rich, famous, talented, handsome and so convinced of his popularity that when he casually announces he's gay, he assumes the news will be readily accepted by everyone. It isn't.
Frost/Nixon by Peter Morgan
British talk-show host David Frost has become a lowbrow laughing-stock. Richard M. Nixon has just resigned the United States presidency in total disgrace over Vietnam and the Watergate scandal. The interview that sealed a president's legacy.
Anna in the Tropics by Nilo Cruz
ANNA IN THE TROPICS is a poignant and poetic new play set in Florida in 1929 in a Cuban–American cigar factory, where cigars are still rolled by hand and "lectors" are employed to educate and entertain the workers.
Miss Witherspoon by Christopher Durang
In Christopher Durang's modern farce, we meet Veronica, who finds the world a frightening place. So she has committed suicide, and is now in what she expected to be heaven but is instead something called the Bardo (the netherworld in Tibetan Buddhism), and the forces there keep trying to make her reincarnate.
4000 Miles by Amy Herzog
A finalist for the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, 4000 MILES looks at how two outsiders find their way in today's world.
Rock 'n Roll by Tom Stoppard
An electrifying and funny collision of the romantic and the revolutionary.