THE UNEXPECTED MAN
THE UNEXPECTED MAN
by Yasmina Reza
Translated by Christopher Hampton Two strangers travel from Paris to Frankfurt by train. One is a celebrated author, the other a great...
Grounded
Grounded
by George Brant
This extraordinary one-woman piece – winner of the 2012 Smith Prize – introduces audiences to a fighter pilot who loves everything...

WHAT’S HAPPENING AT THEATERWORK?


The 2015 Season – and on into part of 2016 is shaped by  a set of plays that will tour throughout New Mexico. The plays will first open in Santa Fe, travel to other towns, and return later on. Those plays are:  The Unexpected Man, by Yasmina Reza Grounded, by George Brant An Almost Holy Picture, by Heather McDonald. The Company is also currently at work on the...

AN ALMOST HOLY PICTURE


by Heather McDonald
This production, scheduled for performances in Santa Fe followed by a tour to other cities in New Mexico, introduces us to Samuel Gentle, a defrocked clergyman. His beautiful and harrowing story of the birth of a daughter covered in white hair… the testing of his faith in people and in God… make up a memorable theater experience. Dates / Venues...

SMALL ROOMS WITH GODS


by Angela Janda
Working in collaboration with musician Susie Perkins and dramaturge David Olson, this new piece is developing directly from the collection of poems written by Ms. Janda after her performance in Jean Anouilh’s Antigone. Writing about Ms. Janda’s published Antigone poems, Joyce Sutphen – the Poet Laureate of Minnesota – said, “It’s good to be with the Ms. Janda...

El Milagroso, The Maker of Wonders


play with music and puppets by David Matthew Olson
This new work for family audiences will tell the story of a santero whose wooden sculptures of saints and angels come fully to life, brimming with poetry, song and stories. Those who saw Mr. Olson’s plays: The Little Swallow, When Hummingbirds Catch Fire, Pictures From The Life of Francis Of Assisi, The Unicorn, The Clown Who Lost Laughter, El Mundo Se Llena de Preguntas,...

THE UNEXPECTED MAN


by Yasmina Reza
Translated by Christopher Hampton Two strangers travel from Paris to Frankfurt by train. One is a celebrated author, the other a great admirer of his. She is carrying his latest novel in her handbag…will she speak to him? In searching, internal monologues these two move from a journey by rail to a revealing adventure of the heart. “Reza’s artful play may persuade you...