Our 25th Anniversary Season
the power of vulnerability


This season we’re collaborating with an extraordinary roster of artists, who bring an array of perspectives to the stage. What they have in common is the courage to be vulnerable and to share that strength with the world.

Our mainstage subscription includes a ticket to two New-York-premiere plays. The first by PHILIP DAWKINS (Charm, The Homosexuals, Le Switch), and the second by global activist and Tony Award winner EVE ENSLER (The Vagina Monologues, The Good Body, In the Body of the World).

Additional programming in our Ghostlight Reading Series & Musical Theatre Lab will feature work by DOMINIQUE FISHBACK (HBO’s “The Deuce”), KATE HAMILL (Bedlam’s Sense & Sensibility), and many other emerging and established artists.

Subscribers receive priority access to booking, discounts for guest tickets, and invitations to special events.

$99* for a limited time.



Performances Begin 2018


MAY 2018 at Cherry Lane Theatre


a new play by Philip Dawkins
directed by Tony Speciale


Although now regarded as two of history’s finest American playwrights, back in 1944, William Inge and Tennessee Williams hadn’t yet experienced anything close to success. The Gentleman Caller, a new play by Philip Dawkins (Charm, Le Switch, The Homosexuals), takes us back in time before the Chicago premiere of The Glass Menagerie. Inge, a dissatisfied newspaper critic, invites Williams to his St. Louis apartment for an interview. This sexy, fraught rendezvous sparks a relationship, which radically alters the course of their lives and the American Theatre.


JUNE 2018 at The Lucille Lortel Theatre


by Eve Ensler
directed by Mark Rosenblatt


From global activist and Tony Award winner Eve Ensler (The Vagina Monologues, The Good Body, In the Body of the World), comes the New York Premiere of a triptych of short plays, each giving a voice to defiant, ordinary women: Pomegranate — two women for sale, another morning on the shelf; Avocado — a young woman on her chaotic, shocking journey toward freedom; and Coconut — from the bliss of her bathroom, a woman connects with the one thing she has never fully owned … her body. Woven together with dark humor, extraordinary vulnerability and heightened theatricality, these short plays explore the humanity behind the headlines.





* Available for a limited time. Full price value $130. All subscriptions are subject to a $6 handling fee. All sales are final. Shows, dates and artists are subject to change. Seating is not guaranteed; may be subject to availability.