TIDY

ROSE is the Kennedy story as told by the matriarch who lived it all.
Set in 1969 at the Kennedy’s Hyannis Port summer retreat the week after Ted Kennedy’s Chappaquiddick tragedy, Rose struggles with the triumphs and tragedies of the Kennedy clan.

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COST OF LIVING

Winner of the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, this achingly human and surprisingly funny play is about the forces that bring people together, the realities of facing the world with disabilities and how deeply we all need each other.

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THE HOW AND THE WHY

ROSE is the Kennedy story as told by the matriarch who lived it all.
Set in 1969 at the Kennedy’s Hyannis Port summer retreat the week after Ted Kennedy’s Chappaquiddick tragedy, Rose struggles with the triumphs and tragedies of the Kennedy clan.

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Neat

NEAT by Charlayne Woodard image for Renaissance Theaterworks website

NEAT is a magical, often humorous, coming-of-age story. Based in the oral traditions of the African Diaspora, award-winning playwright, Charlayne Woodard is a modern-day griot. NEAT is based on the playwright’s lived experience. As an infant, Woodard’s beloved Aunt Beneatha (Neat), is denied treatment at the local “white” hospital, leaving her with permanent brain damage. But Neat possesses an enormous heart. With love and simplicity, Neat teaches young Charlayne to embrace black pride and cherish life through the turbulent 1960s and 1970s.

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