Following Frankie and Johnny will be Michael Hollinger's Opus, the music-filled drama about a world-class string quartet, Oct. 17-Nov. 11; and the world premiere of HBO def poet Brian Dykstra's solo event, Selling Out, Nov. 28-Dec. 16.
In 2013, the Kitchen Theatre Company will present Matthew Lopez's Civil War drama The Whipping Man Jan. 23-Feb. 10; Catherine Trieschmann's Crooked, about religion, sexuality, teenage angst and mother-daughter struggles, Feb. 27-March 17; Guirgis' comedy Motherf**cker with the Hat, April 10-28; and Alice Eve Cohen's What I Thought I Knew, based on her best-selling book of the same name, June 12-30.
The 2012-13 season also includes a behind-the-scenes discussion series (Oct. 30, Nov. 20, Jan. 29, March 5); a new play by artistic director Rachel Lampert entitled And, Lately… (May 8-19, 2013); a holiday party with guest actors and musicians (Dec. 18); and the third annual Dance the Night Away (March 23, 2013).
The Kitchen Theatre Company is located at 417 West State Street in Ithaca, NY. For more information and tickets, visit KitchenTheatre.org.