Eugene O'Neill's A Moon for the Misbegotten — an encounter of two misfits with as shared background and longing — will launch the ninth anniversary season Oct. 17-Nov. 30. Performances play Dramaworks' intimate downtown theatre at 322 Banyan Boulevard.
William Hayes, founder and producing artistic director, announced the coming season May 27. He billed it as "a season…filled with intense, challenging, and intellectually stimulating works by some of the most renowned classic and contemporary playwrights of the last 60 years."
The Palm Beach Dramaworks season will also include:
The Florida premiere of Edward Albee's Peter and Jerry "The drama delves deeper into his acclaimed play The Zoo Story by adding a first-act, Homelife, leading to Peter's fateful meeting with Jerry. In this taunting and mesmerizing work, primal magnetism and exploration is taken to a new level as Peter makes that fateful journey where he meets Jerry in the Central Park." April 24–June 14, 2009. For more information, visit www.palmbeachdramaworks.org.