Writer Michael R. Jackson and choreographer Raja Feather Kelly discuss this bold new musical’s development and the movement inspired by the show’s principal character and sextet of black, queer performers who embody and embolden Usher’s frantic, incessant “Thoughts.” (Emily Penick, Musical Theater Fellow)
“In this vivid production, the cast is excellent” (Time Out New York). We couldn’t agree more!
Check out our celebration of 'If Pretty Hurts...' on opening night.
I was really interested in what pretty was in relationship to what ugly might be. Or what is ugly in relationship to what pretty might be?
Curated by sound designer Ian Scot Williams.
Take a look at the village of Affreakah-Amirrorkah as competing frenemies jockey for the number one spot in a decidedly contemporary fable.
Meet the stellar company of Halley Feiffer’s 'The Pain of My Belligerence,' a harrowing new comedy directed by Obie winner Trip Cullman!