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Pam MacKinnon on #TheQualms

Pam MacKinnon and Bruce Norris, the team that brought you ‘Clybourne Park,’ are back with ‘The Qualms.’ Pam dishes on the illustrative rehearsal conversations and the nature of Bruce's work.


2015/16 Season Teaser

An exciting season featuring new faces Taylor Mac, Danai Gurira, Lucas Hnath, and Gregory S. Moss, with returning playwrights Jordan Harrison and Anne Washburn.


io...wh@t? Word Game

‘Iowa’ cast members partner up to guess key words from the play. The challenge? No lines or songs from the script allowed. Oh, and they've gotta put a cork in it. Let the games begin!


Iowa Trailer

Mom found her soul-mate on Facebook, and he lives in Iowa. So Becca says goodbye to her beloved math teacher, bulimic best friend, neighborhood pony and her mildly deficient teenage life, and she follows her wayward mother to a new, uncharted beginning. But in this fanciful, absurdist, and intoxicating musical play from the imagination of Jenny Schwartz and Todd Almond nothing can prepare them for what they’ll find.


Artist Interview with Jenny Schwartz and Todd Almond

Tim Sanford: And where did [the song "Coastal Erosion"] come from? Jenny Schwartz: The scene with Becca and her dad. He tells her that Indonesia is sinking because of coastal erosion. I wanted to highlight the fact that the world is turning to shit in general, not just for Becca. Todd Almond: We were in Williamstown, and I went to a little cafe and I wrote the song and brought it into rehearsal. Jenny Schwartz: And I wept. Uncontrollably. Because of its beauty.


Tweets about #IowaPH

#IowaPH is wonderful and wacky, but don't just take our word for it—read what others on Twitter are saying about this new musical play!

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