SUNDAYS@SIX Reading Series
Audiences join our process by sharing their observations and opinions with the playwright in a moderated talk-back following a free reading of a new or revisited play.
by Dana Leslie Goldstein
GO DOWN, MOSES tells the story of two old friends - and civil rights warriors - whose comfortable lives in academia are thrown into chaos by the arrival of a female student who embodies everything they fought for when they were young.
by Katarzyna Müller
On the eve of the next big election, strangers trapped in a subway car on the Red Line in Chicago grapple with issues of identity, fear, and who gets to call themselves American.
by Margo Hammond
In 1928, Teddy Devlin tries to improve his lot by aligning himself with Frank Hague, the notorious boss mayor of Jersey City. While proud to be a part of the machine that helps the downtrodden, Teddy also struggles with accepting the mayor's questionable tactics. It's the American way, but is it the right way?