Shows and Events Calendar

July 20, 21, 27, and 28

A Bilingual Play in Spanish and English

Soledad sings and dances with the stars and moon every night. Her family is always on the move, so it's easier to talk to Luna, the moon, than to other kids. But Soledad has always wanted to have human friends, so one day she tries something new... Inspired by stories of migrant kids.
MainStage

September 20 - October 6, 2019

By Susan Hyon

Soo Jin Pretty Nail (And More!)
Meet Susie, a no longer young or cute Korean-American actor who would be the girl next door if she were white and harmless, and her half-sister Soo Jin, fresh off the boat with beauty tips to change her (and your!) life forever... or at least for one night.
MainStage

October 17 - November 10, 2019

By Jenny Lyn Bader

Mrs. Stern Wanders The Prussian State Library
Johanna Stern will become one of the most influential thinkers of the 20th century. But at the moment, no one has heard of her, or even of the name she writes under, Hannah Arendt. She is merely a graduate student with one book under her belt. Karl Frick is a young officer, recently promoted from the criminal police force to the political police force, a new division in 1933 Berlin. His first interrogation in this new job promises to be his most challenging one. A fantastical drama about one of our deepest thinkers, inspired by real events.
MainStage

January 10 - January 20, 2020

by Dipti Bramhandkar

American Rookie
Part coming-of-age tale, part social commentary and, part comedy. American Rookie grapples with what it means to be an immigrant at a time when the country can't stop talking about it. Inspired by Bramhandkar's experiences growing up and living in America after moving from Mumbai to rural Upstate New York, American Rookie brings to life the joy, humor, and pain of the assimilation process - from mimicking 80's fashion and studying Judy Blume books to constructing a new American persona altogether.
MainStage

February 6 - March 1, 2020

by Antoinette Nwandu

Pass Over
Moses and Kitch stand around on the corner talking smack, passing the time, and hoping that today a miracle will come. They stand by a lamppost in a present-day ghetto, but it's also a plantation, and it's also Egypt, a city built by slaves. A provocative mashup of Waiting for Godot and the Exodus saga, Pass Over exposes the unquestionable human spirit of young black men who dream about a promised land they've yet to find.