Directed by Tom Oppenheim, grandson of Stella Adler, the cast features Betsy Parrish (Deathtrap) and Elizabeth Shepherd (Inherit the Wind) and Oppenheim.
The world premiere, according to press notes, concerns "an assimilated Jewish family in 1958, suburban Connecticut whose lives are turned upside down when the father is passed over for a promotion because of their Judaism."
Nickowitz also penned The Alex Complex, which made its world premiere in the Cherry Lane Theater last year as part of the 12th Annual New York International Fringe Festival.
Performances will continue through July 19. Show times are July 10-11 at 8 PM, July 12 at 7 PM, July 15-18 at 8 PM and July 19 at 7 PM.
The Stella Adler Studio is located in Manhattan at 31 West 27th Street (between Broadway and Sixth Avenue). Tickets are $10 each; call (212) 689-0087 for reservations.