Washburn's Internationalist, Barrie's Mary Rose and a New Nicky Silver Grow at Vineyard Next

News   Washburn's Internationalist, Barrie's Mary Rose and a New Nicky Silver Grow at Vineyard Next Anne Washburn's The Internationalist, a revival of J.M. Barrie's Mary Rose and a new work penned and performed by Nicky Silver will be part of the Vineyard Theatre's upcoming 25th anniversary season.

Artistic director Douglas Aibel announced his Off-Broadway company's 2006-2007 lineup which will feature the return of the Lab Production Series (with the Silver work) and another production yet to be announced. Plans are also underway for a year-long celebration with series of events to be announced.

  The Vineyard Theatre 25th season (subject to change) is as follows:

  • The Internationalist (starts Oct. 24)
    Ken Rus Schmoll directs the play, previously seen Off-Off-Broadway in a 13P production, about "a young American businessman's unforgettable experiences living and working in a country where he does not speak the language."
  • Mary Rose (January/February, 2007)
    From the author of Peter Pan comes the story of "a girl who might just be a ghost." The work, first performed in 1920, will return to the New York stage for the first time in more than 50 years. Tina Landau will direct.

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  • The Agony and the Agony (Spring 2007)
    Terry Kinney directs the Lab Production Series presentation of the play about "one desperate writer's ultimate revenge" penned by and featuring Nicky Silver. The special developmental production will be open to Vineyard Theatre members only.
  • A fourth production TBA (Spring 2007) The Vineyard will end its current season with Mary Pat Gleason's Stopping Traffic, directed by Lonny Price, beginning May 24. This summer (starting July 14), the recent Off-Broadway premiere of Jeff Bowen and Hunter Bell's musical [title of show] will return to the Vineyard for a limited, eight-week commercial run.

    Tickets for shows at the Vineyard Theatre, 108 East 15 St. can be reserved by calling (212) 353-0303 or online at www.vineyardtheatre.org.