Life: What Is It?
The first cowboys appeared in America in the 1500s. They were largely Indigenous American “vaqueros,” who were trained by Spanish colonizers to wrangle cattle on horseback, utilizing expert skill with a lasso.
This laugh-out-loud play is one of two world premieres debuting this season at the Playhouse, and it’s written by one of the nation’s hottest playwrights.
How has the relationship between the U.S. and its Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) citizens changed? One way to dive deeper into these parallels is to look at the historical and ongoing perception of the AAPI community in the United States.
Lyrical language, earnest characters and a skillful infusion of the blues reveal the true wonder of Seven Guitars.
Director Jess McLeod delivers artistic insight about Afong Moy and the timely significance of The Chinese Lady by Lloyd Suh.
Striking a rare balance between poetic darkness and humorous moments of whimsy, The Chinese Lady blends historical accounts with a deep exploration of character and culture.
Director Blake Robison and Choreographer Alex Sanchez give us closer looks at bringing to life A Chorus Line, presented by The Singular Sensations.
As the first show staged in Moe and Jack’s Place – The Rouse Theatre, this Tony Award- and Pulitzer Prize-winning show ushers our community into a new theatrical era.
Welcome to the all-new Mainstage Theatre Complex, featuring Moe and Jack’s Place – The Rouse Theatre! For patrons and community members, the new facility improves your experience from top to bottom — here’s how.