Playbill.com first reported on April 15 about the Off-Broadway troupe's season opener, Bob Glaudini's A View from 151st Street. The company now announces its complete 16th season lineup for 2007-2008 — again in residence at The Public Theater.
The annual free play reading festival, The Barn Series, is slated for December. Further dates and details are yet to be announced.
"After the success of our 15th Anniversary season, we are excited to continue doing what LAByrinth does best — presenting new and challenging works from a wide array of artists," said co-artistic directors Philip Seymour Hoffman and John Ortiz in a joint statement.
The full schedule (subject to change) follows:
"Cops, rappers, dealers, teachers, hustlers, husbands and wives dwell in the rhythms of rap, raw humor, aphasic staccato and live jazz" in the new work from the pen of Jack Goes Boating playwright Glaudini. Peter DuBois, who directed Boating, will direct here as well.
"Nine New York stories converge in a racially and sexually charged tale of rage, love, justice and betrayal." Mark Wing-Davey directs the work from the LAB vet who penned Guinea Pig Solo. Developmental Productions
A dark comedy where "the insular existence of office life is a Petri dish for contemporary society where Lollie, Lyle and Amy try to keep their heads above water, while their boss Dick bobs up when they least expect it." John Gould Rubin directs.
"Some clouds, heavy rain and strong wind sweep in on young lovers up a tree." Padraic Lillis will direct. The new season's LABPASS membership will be available June 1 by calling (212) 260-2400 or online at labtheater.org.