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2009-10 Season

The Royal Family more info

The Royal Family

Nightingale more info

Nightingale

Equivocation more info

Equivocation

Collected Stories more info

Collected Stories

That Face more info

That Face

Time Stands Still more info

Time Stands Still

“Never more so than now, MTC is making beautiful theatre, producing the hottest plays in town.”

—The New York Observer

The Royal Family

Final performance was December 13th, 2009

By George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber
Directed by Doug Hughes
 
with Ana Gasteyer, John Glover, Rosemary Harris, Jan Maxwell, Larry Pine, Tony Roberts, Reg Rogers

In this thinly veiled parody of the Barrymore family circa 1927, a flamboyant theatrical family must cope with the dumbfounding fact that one of them wishes to marry someone outside of show business.

Nightingale

Final performance was December 13th, 2009

Written and performed by Lynn Redgrave
Directed by Joseph Hardy

with Lynn Redgrave

Tony Award® and Academy Award® nominee Lynn Redgrave stars in her new play inspired by her need to create a life for her maternal grandmother, a woman she barely knew. NIGHTINGALE is a play about a promising woman stymied by society and all but erased by history, a touching personal tribute and a resounding song for all those people whose voices we’ve lost, or never known.

In the tradition of Shakespeare for My Father and The Mandrake Root comes Lynn Redgrave’s latest portrait of her legendary family.

Equivocation

Final performance was March 28th, 2010

By Bill Cain
Directed by Garry Hynes

with Remy Auberjonois, Michael Countryman, David Furr, John Pankow, Charlotte Parry, David Pittu

Bill Cain’s play set in 1606 England begins when King James’ right hand man commissions William Shakespeare to write a new play about the Gunpowder Plot, a recent failed attempt to blow up Parliament and the Monarchy. EQUIVOCATION is a bold new look at the greatest playwright ever in a drama whose contemporary parallels are unmistakable and whose laughter is abundant – a work of startling revelations and vibrant theatricality.

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Collected Stories

Final performance was June 13th, 2010

By Donald Margulies
Directed by Lynne Meadow

with Linda Lavin, Sarah Paulson

This drama limns the relationship between an aging writer and her up-and-coming student as they confront where the line between personal privacy and creative work should be drawn.

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That Face

Final performance was June 27th, 2010

By Polly Stenham
Directed by Sarah Benson

with Christopher Abbott, Maïté Alina, Betty Gilpin, Cristin Milioti, Laila Robins and Victor Slezak

THAT FACE is a powerful and darkly comic look at an affluent family in freefall. Mia has been suspended from boarding school. Her brother, Henry, has dropped out altogether. And Martha, their mum, manipulates them all. Money can no longer fix their problems — now it’s up to them.

This Olivier Award-nominated play from Britain’s fastest-rising young playwright premieres in New York with the director of last season’s acclaimed Blasted.

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That Face Cast & Creative Team

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Time Stands Still

Final performance was January 30th, 2011

By Donald Margulies
Directed by Daniel Sullivan
 
with Eric Bogosian, Brian d’Arcy James, Laura Linney, Alicia Silverstone, Tony Carlin, Monica McCarthy

Sidelined by a serious injury while covering the Iraq war, photojournalist Sarah Goodwin questions her personal and professional lives and her place in the world.

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Time Stands Still - Selected Scenes

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