Lileana Blain-Cruz directs the production that officially opens Nov. 29 for a run through Dec. 13.
Jacobs-Jenkins is the playwright of An Octoroon and Appropriate.
According to Yale Rep, "Tensions escalate between Tate and Joanne at their mother’s hospital bedside. As they attack each other’s smallest words and biggest choices, they are ambushed by two strangers who make a shocking claim about their grandfather’s WWII tour of duty. WAR is a wildly provocative, bracingly funny, and all-too-human portrait of a family navigating the landmines of the past as they try to broker peace with each other—and themselves—in the present."
The production has choreography by David Neumann, scenic design by Mariana Sanchez Hernandez, costumes by Montana Levi Blanco, lighting by Yi Zhao, projections by Kristen Ferguson, sound design by Bray Poor, dialect coaching by Ron Carlos, dramaturgy by Amy Boratko, casting by Tara Rubin Casting and stage management by Will Rucker.
For tickets, visit yalerep.org or phone (203) 432-1234.