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Three Great Plays, One Great Price
Purchase a bundle and get your favorite seat to all three plays in our Act 1 reading series at a special price.
Saturday Matinee or Evening Bundles:
- Members’ Bundle: $66 – on sale July 13
- General Public Bundle: $96 – on sale July 18
Sunday Benefit Bundle:
Join us for a series of Sunday matinee events and experience each of our Act 1 readings in a unique way. Your ticket includes a celebration with light bites and libations, a reserved seat for the show, and a rich Creative Conversation about each production. All Sunday Benefit tickets helps support our boundary-breaking Everywhere for Everyone season. Buy the full series for $420. (Individual shows $150 each)
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Jelly’s Last Jam
Concert Reading // 222 Sargent Drive, New Haven
Book by George C. Wolfe
Music by Jelly Roll Morton
Lyrics by Susan Birkenhead
Musical Adaptation and Additional Music Composed by Luther Henderson
Patricia McGregor, Creative Consultant
August 27 – 28, 2022
At the birth of jazz in the early 20th century, one man led the band. The legendary Jelly Roll Morton revolutionized American music like no one before him. His life—the dizzying heights and inconceivable lows—becomes a thrilling theatrical ride in Jelly’s Last Jam. With an electrifying cast and a red-hot band, this concert reading will celebrate New Haven’s history of jazz in the iconic Dixwell neighborhood in partnership with New Haven Free Public Library (Stetson Library Branch).
Dignity, Always Dignity
A Work-in-Process Sharing // 222 Sargent Drive, New Haven
By Bryce Pinkham, Zachary Fine, Rona Siddiqui, and Kirya Traber
Music and Lyrics by Rona Siddiqui
Directed by Zachary Fine
September 10-11, 2022
Stranded alone on an island a former Broadway star sets his sights on performing one last show before the waters swallow him up. Come experience this new play currently in development starring Tony-nominated actor Bryce Pinkham.
Flying Bird’s Diary
A Play Reading // 222 Sargent Drive
By Melissa Tantaquidgeon Zoble
Directed by Madeline Sayet
October 22-23, 2022
The story of a true Connecticut hero, Flying Bird aka Fidelia Fielding/Jeets Bodernashor (1827-1908). We first encounter Flying Bird, as a young Mohegan girl, in the 1800s, in a world attempting to erase everything she believes in. As the years pass, Flying Bird faces seemingly impossible obstacles but never loses sight of her goal: to save her language and culture against all odds.