Everybody

By: Branden Jacobs-Jenkins
Directed by: Zoe Lesser
June 16 – July 10
This 2018 Pulitzer Prize finalist is adapted from the 15th-century morality play Everyman, one of the first recorded plays in the English language, which used allegory to examine how man attains Christian salvation. In this version, we’re not even sure who God is. Actors memorize all the parts and roles shift for each performance.

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The Effect

Mar 10 – Apr 3, 22
Connie and Tristan meet at a medical drug trial and their chemistry is immediately palpable — but is it real, or a side-effect of a new antidepressant? In this dark, pill-popping comedy, the pair’s illicit romance forces the supervising doctors to confront the ethical consequences of their work and their personal life decisions. The action moves quickly and takes place in multiple settings; boundaries blur, and time and space distort.
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In Edward Albee’s 1967 Pulitzer Prize-winning drama familial tensions flare as denial, delusion, and inebriation set the stage for Albee’s brilliant satire of America’s upper class.
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Everybody

Jun 16 – Jul 10, 22
This 2018 Pulitzer Prize finalist is adapted from the 15th-century morality play Everyman, one of the first recorded plays in the English language, which used allegory to examine how man attains Christian salvation. In this version, we’re not even sure who God is. Actors memorize all the parts and roles shift for each performance.
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Santa Fe Fiesta Melodrama

Aug 25 – Sep 18, 22
Santa Fe Playhouse has been skewering and roasting the City Different for 100 years. Politicians, public-school policy, police, and the press are all fair game, as are cherished local traditions. Our centennial offering will be extra-special, complete with keepsakes and memorabilia.
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The Mountaintop

Sep 22 – Oct 16, 22
The night before his 1968 assassination, Martin Luther King, Jr. retires to the Lorraine Hotel after delivering his last impassioned speech, “I’ve Been to the Mountaintop.” He flirts with a comely room-service maid, whose agenda is greater than a simple meal. As their conversation deepens, true intentions come to light in a story about racism and justice, the divergent paths of legacy, and how a great man is also a human being. Although it is structured like a traditional play, The Mountaintop is steeped in magical realism and symbolism.
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A Year with Frog and Toad

Dec 1 – Dec 25, 22
Literature’s favorite amphibians jump from the page to the stage in this beloved musical production for young audiences. Based on Arnold Lobel’s well-loved books, A Year with Frog and Toad is a whimsical holiday show that follows two great friends — the cheerful, beloved Frog and the rather grumpy Toad — through four fun-filled seasons. Celebrate the holidays with this heartwarming classic, perfect for the whole family.
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