Actually
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This new play by Anna Ziegler investigates gender and race politics and our crippling desire to fit in. Two freshman at Princeton, one black and one white, find themselves testifying at a sexual misconduct hearing after spending a drunken night together - but as their stories emerge, we are left wondering if it's ever possible to find certainty and justice.

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The Year of Magical Thinking
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In this dramatic adaptation of her critically lauded memoir, Joan Didion transforms the story of the sudden unexpected loss of her husband, novelist John Gregory Dunne, and the illness of their daughter, Quintana, into a stunning one-woman play.


Breakfast with Mugabe
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An unsentimental exploration of guilt and power by Fraser Grace, Breakfast with Mugabe takes an unstinting look at the postcolonial puzzle of modern-day Africa. I based this portrait on both Mugabe himself as well as on the wonderful actor who captured him so well in this production, L. Peter Callender.


Little Erik
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Adapted from Ibsen’s "Little Eyolf," this new play by Mark Jackson grapples with the mysterious forces that pledge marriage, family, class, nature, and technology to our deepest desires.


The How and the Why
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This play by Sarah Treem depicts two women biologists meeting for the first time, one near the end of her career and the other at the beginning, both grappling with how their views affect their work, and how their work affects their views.


Detroit '67
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A timely play by Dominique Morisseau, Detroit ‘67 is a redemptive story of family and survival, and was the winner of the Edward M. Kennedy Prize for Drama Inspired by American History.


The Arsonists
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The poster for "The Arsonists" by Max Frisch was included in Communication Arts Illustration Annual 2013 and won a silver medal in Graphis Poster Annual 2014 (as one of a series of posters I illustrated for the Aurora Theatre Company's 2012-13 season.)


This is How It Goes
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This is How it Goes is a provocative new play by Neil LaBute about a married couple reuniting with an old friend, and about the ties that bind - and separate - race, class and gender.


The Troubled Euro
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Global Economic Outlook
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Economic Ties: Argentina and the U.S.
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Internet-based Business
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Library Funding
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Girded for the Future
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Economy in the Balance
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David Mamet
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