Admission is free but reservations are required. Seating is limited.
We are no longer located on 36th street.
Performances will be held at various venues.
Specific location details are listed below.
Written and performed by Dominique Fishback
Directed by Chad Chenail
Subverted is the story of the destruction of black identity as seen through the eyes of Eden, an 18-year-old girl living in an urban city in the USA. Through the colliding viewpoints of friends, family members, and historical figures, Eden discovers that the promise of “equal opportunity” still, to this day, does not exist. She questions why the people she loves the most continue to live blindly subverted by an unrelenting history that they did not live through, yet inherit and must accept.
Monday, December 4th
The Lucille Lortel Theatre
121 Christopher Street
The Gentleman Caller
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. 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.
Monday, December 11th
101 E 15th Street
A ghost light is an electric light that is left energized on stage when a theater is unoccupied and would otherwise be completely dark.
The Ghostlight Reading Series provides an opportunity for writers, directors and collaborators to share the work with an audience before transitioning into production. By focusing on scripts that reflect our social, historical and cultural diversity, Abingdon aims to become a destination for artists grappling with big questions.