Recommended by Charles Green

  • Lady Macbeth and Her Pal, Megan
    18 Sep. 2020
    A stupendous exploration of the limits of the self and the canon, exploring the boundaries and roles set for the human in the world and carving out potential alternatives. Gogerty draws us in with humor and plunges the knife in when we least expect it.
  • You Must Wear a Hat
    18 Sep. 2020
    One of the most cogent explorations of love, this play isolates the viewer in a melancholy state, stripping away our defenses and opening us up to the potential for total vulnerability. Funny, strange, and hopeful, one can't help but feel the play is an act of forgiveness, a truly rare catharsis.
  • and come apart
    18 Sep. 2020
    A true theatrical breakthrough. Importing the logic of radio drama into a live, breathing performance, Marlin disrupts our sense of self in order to expertly prime us for a journey of grief and empathy that gets right under the bones and splits you apart.
  • In Every Generation
    12 Aug. 2019
    One of the most moving plays I’ve ever encountered. The depth of historical, Jewish consciousness here is unparalleled, managing to theatricalize both the inherited trauma and the inherited hope of our people in a dramatically nuanced and experimentally bold presentation. There is no sentimentality or stale, normative Judaism in this piece; it is a modern, honest reexamination of our past and a daring, radical look into our future.