David Mamet’s Oval Office satire is a laugh-out-loud, politically incorrect, no-holds-barred look at one day in the life of an egomaniacal and beleaguered American commander-in-chief seeking reelection. Gallery – photos by Tom Kochie
Amy Herzog’s poignant Pulitzer Prize finalist depicts the unlikely relationship between a 91-year-old lefty and the young lefty grandson who unexpectedly shows up at her apartment at 3 a.m. after a life-altering cross-country bike ride. Gallery – photos by Tom Kochie
Bernard Slade’s clever and masterful whodunit where duplicity, cunning and deceit promise to keep even the most seasoned theater detectives in suspense until the final moment. Gallery – photos by Tom Kochie
Michael Frayn’s deliriously funny collection of comedies of embarrassment offers hilarious commentary on the fiendish new technology that is meant to make our lives easier while actually providing new forms of torment. Gallery – photos by Tom Kochie
J.B. Priestley’s classic British thriller about a mysterious police inspector who appears out of the fog to upend the lives of a prosperous and self-satisfied family implicated in the death of a young woman.
Theresa Rebeck’s new comedy takes on greed and skewed ideas about morality when a quirky financier who has done a little too well in New York returns to surprise his family in the heartland.