OUR 2018/19 SEASON

It's all about making memories.

The 2018/19 Season is chock full of discoveries about life, love, and the pursuit of our dreams. Come, let's make more memories together. Join us for a thrilling season.

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September 4 - October 7, 2018

Dancing at Lughnasa

By Brian Friel  |  Directed by Amber Paige McGinnis

REPERTORY WORLD PREMIERE!

You can take the girl out of Queens, but, as is pitch-perfectly demonstrated in the first installments from Caleen Sinnette Jenning’s vivid, multichapter memoir, the Queens Girl is—delightfully—here to stay. Helen Hayes Award winners Dawn Ursula and Erika Rose both inject shining exuberance into the unforgettable, titular role (as well as dozens more characters) in this fresh, feel-good pair of shows about an everyday hero in our midst.

October 23 - November 25, 2018

Sweat

By Lynn Nottage  |  Directed by Vincent M. Lancisi

REPERTORY WORLD PREMIERE!

You can take the girl out of Queens, but, as is pitch-perfectly demonstrated in the first installments from Caleen Sinnette Jenning’s vivid, multichapter memoir, the Queens Girl is—delightfully—here to stay. Helen Hayes Award winners Dawn Ursula and Erika Rose both inject shining exuberance into the unforgettable, titular role (as well as dozens more characters) in this fresh, feel-good pair of shows about an everyday hero in our midst.

December 4 - January 6, 2019

The Importance of Being Earnest

By Oscar Wilde  |  Directed by Joseph W. Ritsch

REPERTORY WORLD PREMIERE!

You can take the girl out of Queens, but, as is pitch-perfectly demonstrated in the first installments from Caleen Sinnette Jenning’s vivid, multichapter memoir, the Queens Girl is—delightfully—here to stay. Helen Hayes Award winners Dawn Ursula and Erika Rose both inject shining exuberance into the unforgettable, titular role (as well as dozens more characters) in this fresh, feel-good pair of shows about an everyday hero in our midst.

January 29 - March 3, 2019

Everything is Wonderful

By Chelsea Marcantel  |  Directed by Noah Himmelstein

REPERTORY WORLD PREMIERE!

You can take the girl out of Queens, but, as is pitch-perfectly demonstrated in the first installments from Caleen Sinnette Jenning’s vivid, multichapter memoir, the Queens Girl is—delightfully—here to stay. Helen Hayes Award winners Dawn Ursula and Erika Rose both inject shining exuberance into the unforgettable, titular role (as well as dozens more characters) in this fresh, feel-good pair of shows about an everyday hero in our midst.

March 12 - April 14, 2019

Dinner with Friends

By Donald Margulies  |  Directed by Vincent M. Lancisi

REPERTORY WORLD PREMIERE!

You can take the girl out of Queens, but, as is pitch-perfectly demonstrated in the first installments from Caleen Sinnette Jenning’s vivid, multichapter memoir, the Queens Girl is—delightfully—here to stay. Helen Hayes Award winners Dawn Ursula and Erika Rose both inject shining exuberance into the unforgettable, titular role (as well as dozens more characters) in this fresh, feel-good pair of shows about an everyday hero in our midst.

May 7 - June 30, 2019

Queens Girl in the World

By Caleen Sinnette Jennings  |  Directed by Paige Hernandez

REPERTORY WORLD PREMIERE!

You can take the girl out of Queens, but, as is pitch-perfectly demonstrated in the first installments from Caleen Sinnette Jenning’s vivid, multichapter memoir, the Queens Girl is—delightfully—here to stay. Helen Hayes Award winners Dawn Ursula and Erika Rose both inject shining exuberance into the unforgettable, titular role (as well as dozens more characters) in this fresh, feel-good pair of shows about an everyday hero in our midst.

May 14 - June 30, 2019

Queens Girl in Africa

By Caleen Sinette Jennings  |  Directed by Paige Hernandez

REPERTORY WORLD PREMIERE!

You can take the girl out of Queens, but, as is pitch-perfectly demonstrated in the first installments from Caleen Sinnette Jenning’s vivid, multichapter memoir, the Queens Girl is—delightfully—here to stay. Helen Hayes Award winners Dawn Ursula and Erika Rose both inject shining exuberance into the unforgettable, titular role (as well as dozens more characters) in this fresh, feel-good pair of shows about an everyday hero in our midst.