The slate is as follows, with a fourth production to be announced at a later date.
The Legend of Georgia McBride by Matthew Lopez
Directed by Mike Donahue
Premiering last summer at Denver Theater Center, Lopez' newest work is billed as a music-filled comedy about an Elvis impersonator trying to find his true voice. Performances are set to run Aug. 20-Sept. 27.
Lost Girls by John Pollono
Directed by Jo Bonney
A follow up to MCC's hit production of Small Engine Repair, Pollono's hard-hitting drama observes a blue-collar family's struggle to rise above their fate and prevent history from repeating itself. Performances are set to run Oct. 22-Nov. 29.
Smokefall by Noah Haidle
Directed by Anne Kauffman
Having already enjoyed an acclaimed engagement at Chicago's Goodman Theatre, Haidle's newest piece is billed as a wholly original family drama in which magical realism meets manic vaudeville.
For more information regarding ticket purchases or subscriptions, visit mcctheater.org. MCC's Lucille Lortel Theatre is located at 121 Christopher Street.