Haven Tickets
4-Den Marquee 1080 TVs-US Mainstage
6-Den Marquee 1080 TVs-2A
Prince Max

PRESENTED BY Broad Shoulders
April 13, 2017
April 30, 2017
Theatre 2A

Faced with the chance to see his estranged father again, a young American-born man escapes into a living portrait of his Mexican-born father’s past to understand the forces that drove them apart. Graham Cracker, a blend of film and theatre, illustrates a son’s struggle to understand the meaning of family, heritage, and identity in the hope of bridging their painful divide.

PRESENTED BY The New Colony
April 13, 2017
May 7, 2017
The 2nd Floor Mainstage

Over two generations the Porters have cultivated their legacy as “The New Roosevelts.” As a Religious Freedom bill bullies its way through Congress, their political dynasty is suddenly threatened when a story leaks claiming the family patriarch is a Satanist. With his eyes set on a future nomination to the Supreme Court, Anse Porter is forced to choose between having the life he’s worked for, and sacrificing all for the people he serves. Loyalties to family, faith, country and self are tested in this twisted story of The Porter Family as they struggle through the wreckage of America’s crumbling wall between church and state.

PRESENTED BY Red Theater
April 22, 2017
May 21, 2017
Theatre 3A

With a total disregard for chronology and gender, this delightfully weird world premiere play by Ellen Struve provides a nuanced and sympathetic portrait of the people(s) our nation forgot. In 1832, a German naturalist hired a young Swiss artist to accompany him on a journey to observe and record the lives of the increasingly imperiled native tribes who populated the heartland of North America. This is their story. (Sort of.)

PRESENTED BY Haven Theatre
May 3, 2017
June 4, 2017
The Bookspan Theatre

As a singer and her band take the stage to share Young Jean Lee’s life-affirming show, one thing is for certain: we’re gonna die. This darkly humored concert intertwines true stories, intimate confessions, and fiery music to remind us that even in our darkest, most isolated moments, we are not alone.