At the Signature, meanwhile, starting April 23, Regina Taylor's ---- And Potatoes, about a book publisher who faces the challenge of how to adapt his business in the rapidly changing digital age, is part of the company's new-works program called Residency Five.
Did you think Lyle Kessler stopped writing plays after Orphans. (That drama, his most famous, will premiere on Broadway this spring.) Well, he didn't. Proof comes in the form of Collision, the world premiere of Kessler's dark comedy about the collision of three students, a professor, and a stranger in a college dormitory. Terry Kinney — the Steppenwolf Theatre Company actor who appeared in the famous 1980s Chicago production of Orphans — will direct at the Rattlestick beginning Jan. 8.
Amy Herzog, who handed Lincoln Center Theater a big fat hit with her 4,000 Miles, returns Off-Broadway with Belleville, about a young married American couple that moves from the Midwest to Paris. It plays New York Theatre Workshop beginning in February. Anne Kauffman directs.
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