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In a Dark Dark HouseIn a Dark Dark House
by Neil LaBute
directed by Carolyn Cantor
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On the grounds of a private psychiatric facility, two family members find themselves brought face to face with each other's involvement in their traumatic past. In court-ordered rehab, Drew calls on his brother, Terry, to corroborate his story of abuse. Drew's request releases barely-hidden animosities between the two; is he using these repressed memories to save himself while smearing the name of his brother's friend and mentor? In Neil LaBute's powerful new play, these siblings must struggle to come to grips with their troubled legacy, both inside and outside their dark family home.

A Very Common ProcedureA Very Common Procedure
by Courtney Baron
directed by Michael Greif
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A husband, his wife, and her doctor take a crash course in the workings of the human heart. Carolyn Goldenhersch begins an extra-marital affair with Dr. Anil Patel that takes them from Indian restaurants in Queens to Jewish delis on the Lower East Side. Not an unusual New York story, until you find out how they met. Compelling and deeply human, A Very Common Procedure is a hard-hitting yet surprisingly funny journey of self-discovery. In facing the horrific moment that has brought them together, these three New Yorkers must come to a final confrontation in which faith, love and truth are tested, in order to learn that "moving on" only comes from entering, and even embracing, the abyss.

Nixon's NixonNixon's Nixon
by Russell Lees
directed by Jim Simpson
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The night before President Richard M. Nixon announced his resignation, he summoned Secretary of State Henry A. Kissinger to the White House. This fascinating and hilarious play imagines the secret meeting between Nixon and Kissinger in the Lincoln Sitting Room that very night (August 7, 1974 at 10pm). Eavesdrop for 75 riveting minutes as these two larger-than-life characters spend the evening wrestling with history as they try to manipulate each other, re-enact scenes of their political triumphs and ultimately, devise a dizzying and doomed plot to keep Nixon in office.

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