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UNENTITLED

Sept 30–Oct 1
Quick Center for the Arts

The politics of race and social justice are brought to the fore in this one-man show influenced by hip-hop culture. Spoken-word artist, rapper, and activist Iain “Ewok” Robinson examines assumptions about his own privilege and explores how individuals of different races can coexist, particularly within the framework of South African society.

Hanjo

Oct 6
Performing Arts Center

The New York City-based SITI Company presents a radical adaptation of ancient Japanese Noh theater. One of five “Modern Noh Plays” by Nobel Prize-finalist Yukio Mishima, Hanjo tells the story of a young woman who falls into madness as she awaits her lover.  The play offers a daring take on love and longing in this innovative production directed by Leon Ingulsrud.

Ghost the Musical

Oct 13–29
White Plains Performing Arts Center

Adapted by the 1990 film’s Academy Award-winning screenwriter, Bruce Joel Rubin, this latest theatrical iteration, at the White Plains Performing Arts Center, tells the story of a woman protected from beyond the grave by her late husband — and offers a heaping helping of ’90s nostalgia.

Romeo and Juliet

Oct 31–Nov 19
Westport Country Playhouse

Shakespeare’s immortal tale of two star-crossed lovers receives a new staging by Westport Country Playhouse artistic director Mark Lamos. A force in regional theatre for decades, Lamos offers a surpisingly faithful take on the seminal drama

Nectar

Nov 3–19
Axial Theatre

While on a trip to Europe, two women discover that they were both mistresses of a famous writer who just happens to lie dying in a nearby hospital. Over the course of a tumultuous evening, the women undergo a series of revelations in this play by Richard Rodgers Award finalist Kate Baldwin Eng.

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