Our 2018–2019 Season

The Tragic Ecstasy of Girlhood

By Kira Rockwell. Directed by Leila Ghaemi.

October 11-21

Life is difficult when you’re forced to raise yourself in the shadow of the System. After the suicide of their housemate Amber, five teenage girls in a Texas residential care facility combat their grief in five different ways. A wise and discerning exploration of young women facing an all-too-common crisis.

Winter People

By Laura Neill. Directed by Avital Shira.

December 6-16

Every winter in the Hamptons, locals live in the shadow of the summer people’s empty mansions. When one of those mansions erupts in flames, tensions rise with the smoke, and five families struggle to protect their own. Lives and dreams hang in the balance, and secrets flourish in this mysterious and keenly observed whodunit.

Laughs in Spanish

By Alexis Scheer. Directed by Sara Katzoff.

February 21-March 3

It’s Art Basel and the stakes are high for the gallery Mariana runs in the Wynwood Arts District in Miami. And when Mariana’s movie-star mother tries to help out, things get even more complicado. A fast paced, cafecíto-induced comedy about art and success—and mothers and daughters—and learning to love the people we can’t change.

Note: Laughs in Spanish was formerly titled Wynwood.

Dead House

By Beirut BalutisDirected by Adam Kassim.

April 18-28

In Bone Flat, Pennsylvania, the high school community is plunged into shock and grief following the death of a beloved varsity football player. The arrival of new student Merle provides closure for those in mourning. It’s when Merle’s interest demands more than just a shoulder to cry on that things start to get dangerous—but for whom?