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Goblin Market

Goblin Market

A haunting folktale of sisterhood, enchantment, and salvation, Goblin Market is based on the widely popular poem of Christina Rossetti. Told through the lens of the Depression-era South by Jennifer Jewell with an original bluegrass score. Continue Reading

The Good Girl

The Good Girl

(closes on Sunday) A sexbot learns to cry in Emilie Collyer’s feminist sci-fi comedy, set in a postapocalyptic dystopia where sex between humans seems to have been banned, at least for the masses. The characters are desperate for a little human touch, and so is this chilly, too brisk Continue Reading

I and You

I and You

(previews start on Friday; opens on Jan. 27) A boy, a girl and the poetry of Walt Whitman. These are the characters in Lauren Gunderson’s new play. Kayla Ferguson stars as a Caroline, a teenage girl housebound with a serious illness; Reggie D. White is the classmate assigned to work with her Continue Reading

Wide Awake Hearts

Wide Awake Hearts

In this drama by Brendan Gall, a screenwriter plays a psychosexual game, casting his wife and old friend as lovers in his movie even as he suspects them of having an affair. The play’s structure loses its stability, though, with the addition of a fourth point to its geometry (1:15). Continue Reading

Ideation

Ideation

The sinister tangos with the madcap in Aaron Loeb’s comedy, which satirizes office politics, skewers groupthink and adds a dose of moral horror as a team of consultants spitball ideas for their latest commission:creating a system to annihilate a million or so of their fellow human beings. Continue Reading

Happily After Ever

Happily After Ever

By turns whimsical, campy, hallucinatory and poignant, Laura Zlatos’s candy-colored play about gender identity begins as a rom-com about a couple who expect their new baby will be a cookie-cutter-perfect addition to their Ward-and-June-Cleaver lives. When the child is born with ambiguous Continue Reading

Pimms Mission

Pimms Mission

(previews start on Thursday; opens on Aug. 4) There are plenty of protests against “Big Pharma,” but few quite as explosive as the one at the center of Christopher Stetson Boal’s play at 59E59 Theaters. Here, an F.B.I. agent has to investigate the bombing of a drug company. Continue Reading

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