by Nilo Cruz
directed by Larissa Kokernot
February 11 - March 12

Winner of the 2003 Pulitzer Prize for Drama

A Cuban-American family in the 1920s eagerly awaits the arrival of a lector to read at their cigar factory. When he introduces them to Anna Karenina, the hot, humid Tampa factory starts to mirror the scandalous Russian aristocracy of Tolstoy’s classic.

[Cruz] has turned out many wonderful plays — but none more shimmeringly beautiful.

— Miami Herald


by Josh Tobiessen
directed by Sarah Rasmussen
April 8 - May 7

New York Times Critic's Pick

When Marley brings her new fiancé to her childhood home in small-town Texas, she finds herself stranded in the past. Hoping for a quick visit to her estranged father’s liquor store, she’s soon forced to deal with her football hero ex-boyfriend, a single mom insistent on a girls' night out, and the ghost of the town’s bear-wrestling pioneer founder.

A rollicking good ghost story.

— The New York Times


by Will Connolly, Michael Mitnick, and Kim Rosenstock
June 10 - July 23

Set against the backdrop of 1965’s East Coast blackout, Fly By Night is an ode to young love in a world filled with darkness. In a story both hilarious and bittersweet, a melancholy sandwich maker’s life is changed forever by two captivating sisters. With a score that will stay with you, Fly By Night reminds us that, “life is not the things we’s who we’re doing them with.”

“...immersed in tradition, but utterly original.”

— Dallas News


by Jennifer Haley
directed by Casey Stangl
September 16 - October 15

Winner of the 2012 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize

Welcome to The Nether: log in, choose an identity, indulge your every whim. When a detective uncovers a disturbing brand of online entertainment, she triggers an intense battle between technology and human desire. The Nether is a serpentine crime drama and haunting sci-fi thriller that explores the consequences of living out private dreams in a world of ever-advancing technology.

"But as a parable for where we're headed on that big old highway in the digital sky,
the nether exerts a viselike grip..."

— The New York Times

Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley

by Lauren Gunderson and Margot Melcon
directed by Sarah Rasmussen
November 18 - December 30

Reunite with Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice characters as they gather at the Darcy home for Christmas. When the middle Miss Bennet, Mary, unexpectedly encounters shy bookworm Arthur de Bourgh, she finds a kindred spirit and intellectual equal. But, since Arthur is a “single man in possession of a good fortune,” she’s hardly his only suitor. Mary must learn to be the heroine of her own story in this charming holiday romance.

bursts of smart, infectious humor.

— The San Francisco Chronicle