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02.05 – 04.06.2008
Gil Cates Theater
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The legendary Joan Rivers writes and stars in her new autobiographical comedy. Set immediately before a big awards pre-show, Rivers uses her dressing room (B, not A), her cheese plate (puny, not plentiful), and her producer (the bigwig’s brother-in-law, not the bigwig), as impetus for an introspective look at aging, going through life’s ups and downs, and being a woman in Hollywood.
Joan Rivers: A Work in Progress by A Life in Progress Production Photos
05.10 – 06.19.2022
A funny feminist thriller about the moment when four girls realize their pastor is not who they thought he was.
Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater
09.14 – 12.12.2021
Can you solve the enigma? Prepare for an immersive experience of puzzles, cryptology and illusions by renowned magician and New York Times crossword constructor David Kwong.
02.01 – 03.13.2022
The campus is a tinderbox and this Harvard professor Charles Nichols (Emmy & Tony Award winner Bryan Cranston) is holding the match.
Gil Cates Theater
03.01 – 04.10.2022
Join Zalmy and Shmuel in their Chabad “Mitzvah Tank” for this funny and heartwarming road-trip bromance through 1990s New York City.
06.21 – 07.24.2022
In this true-crime story told completely through song, a tight-knit Jewish community gathers to recount, remember, and reckon with the details of what happened in—and to—their town
04.19 – 05.22.2022
Calista Flockhart and Zachary Quinto star as the American theater’s most notoriously dysfunctional couple in Edward Albee's vicious masterpiece.
07.12 - 08.14.2022
Superstar NBA agent Liz Rico must choose between rebounding a young phenom's career or protecting her own crown.