The award-winning adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s 1996 novel returns to its originating theater in a brand-new production helmed by Pegasus Theatre executive artistic director Ilesa Duncan.
Opens June 3
The Opportunities of Extinction
(Broken Nose Theatre)
As the world heats up, tensions rise and the political becomes indistinguishable from the environmental, three people find each other in the shadow of the endangered Joshua Tree, wondering how long they have before everything falls apart.
Opens June 4
Isaac Gomez’s new play explores the wake of pain and yearning left behind when gentrification forces people out of their homes and the kind of vengeance that can rise from it.
Opens June 6
(The Gift Theatre)
Directed by guest artist Monty Cole, this retelling of Shakespeare’s great tragedy will crack open the mind of one of western drama’s most fascinating and entertaining characters.
Opens June 7
(Sideshow Theatre Company)
The latest from poet and playwright Kristiana Rae Colón explores captivity, savagery and rebellion in a vital and visceral blend of theater, drumming and dance.
Opens June 28