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Now in its fourth year, Studio Lab -- dedicated to the development of new plays with playwrights in residence -- presents the world premiere of The Wolfe Twins by rising East Coast playwright Rachel Bonds. In The Wolfe Twins, Lewis invites his estranged sister Dana on a road trip to Rome to reconnect. But when Lewis befriends a beautiful stranger, old wounds fester and intimate secrets are revealed. Bonds' plays have been developed and/or produced by South Coast Rep, Manhattan Theatre Club and Atlantic Theater Company, among many other notable companies. Each ticket includes a drink coupon, which may be redeemed for one glass of wine or nonalcoholic drink. Learn More
January 8 – February 23, 2014
Written by Nina Raine Directed by David Muse Billy was born deaf into a garrulous academic family who raised him to lip read and integrate into the hearing world. When he meets Sylvia — who’s going deaf herself — Billy decides it’s time to speak on his own terms, sending shock waves through the family. Playing out in sign language, argument, music, and mesmerizing silence, this sophisticated drama examines family, belonging, and the limitations of language. A moving and surprising play from a rising star of the British theatre, presented in cooperation with Gallaudet University.
Water By the Spoonful*_
March 5 – April 13, 2014
Written by Quiara Alegria Hudes Directed by KJ Sanchez In North Philly, ex-Marine Elliot works at Subway, cares for his dying mom, and leans on his cousin Yaz as he tries to acclimate to civilian life. Online, four addicts cling to their chatroom support group, struggling for another day sober. These lives collide as events small and large threaten their fragile stabilities, in this eloquent and haunting play about resilience, redemption, and families of both blood and choice.
May 14 – June 22, 2014
Written by Mike Bartlett
Directed by David Muse
John breaks up with his long-term boyfriend. Two weeks later, he’s grateful to be accepted back — and haunted by a passionate and unshakable encounter with a woman. In a world with so many ways to be happy, how do you know the right thing when you have it? Cock detonates the love triangle in this investigation of attraction, ambivalence, and commitment from one of Britain’s most provocative young playwrights.