We are proud of where we’ve come from and can’t wait to see where we’re going. Find out more about our production history, beginning with our first full season from
2010-11.

* indicates a Rhode Island Premiere 
** indicates a World Premiere 

Season One
Mr. Marmalade, by Noah Haidle*
Passion Play, by Sarah Ruhl*
The Edge of Our Bodies, by Adam Rapp*
Six Degrees of Separation, by John Guare
Betrayal, by Harold Pinter
Alice in Wonderland – A Version of Lewis Carroll’s classic created by The Manhattan Project, under the direction of Andre Gregory*

Summer 2013
Fire Island, by Charles Mee*
This Might Not Be It, by Kevin Broccoli**
Dividing the Estate, by Horton Foote*

Season Two
A Behanding in Spokane, by Martin McDonagh*
The Normal Heart, by Larry Kramer
The Other Place, by Sharr White*
Tribes, by Nina Raine*
Assistance, by Leslye Headland*
The Great God Pan, by Amy Herzog*
Hurlyburly, by David Rabe
Angels in America Parts One & Two, by Tony Kushner

Summer 2014
Leaving Rhode Island, by Kevin Broccoli**
Cock, or The Rooster Play, by Mike Bartlett*

Season Three
Compleat Female Stage Beauty, by Jeffrey Hatcher
Stop Kiss, by Diana Son
The Busy World Is Hushed, by Keith Bunin*
This, by Melissa James Gibson*
Shining City, by Conor McPherson*
This Is the Future, This Is the Past, by Kevin Broccoli**
Three Sisters, by Anton Chekhov, Adapted by Sarah Ruhl*
Absalom, by Zoe Kazan*
Orlando, from the novel by Virginia Woolf, Adapted by Sarah Ruhl*

Summer 2015
We Might Be Heroes, by Kevin Broccoli**
The Boys of St. Matthews Present Tartuffe**

Season Four
These Ruthless Bitches, Inspired by Clare Booth Luce’s “The Women,” Adapted by Kevin Broccoli**
The Terrifying Tales of the Brothers Grimm, by Andy Boyd**
American Strippers, by Kevin Broccoli**
Let Me Down Easy by Anna Deavere Smith*
Pride and Prejudice: The Prom
An Italian Wife, Based on the Novel by Ann Hood, Adapted by Kevin Broccoli**
Animal Farm, Based on the Novel by George Orwell*
Total Strangers, by Kevin Broccoli**
The Penelopiad, by Margaret Atwood, Inspired by Her Novel*

Summer 2016: Summer of Sex
The Bedroom Plays, by Kevin Broccoli**
The Boys of St. Matthews Present Les Liaisones Dangereuses**

Season Five
The Guys, by Anne Nelson*
Bootycandy, by Robert O’Hara*
James Franco and Me: An Unauthorized Satire, by Kevin Broccoli**
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, by Tennessee Williams
Rasheeda Speaking, by Joel Drake Johnson
Bogie and Bacall, by Leonard Schwartz**
The Homecoming, by Harold Pinter
Equus, by Peter Schaffer

Summer 2017: Summer of Satire
3C, by David Adjmi*
Dorothy, Rose, Sophia, and Blanche by Kevin Broccoli**

Season Six
House Arrest, by Anna Deavere Smith
Barbecue, by Robert O’Hara*
Red Speedo, by Lucas Hnath*
The Boys of St. Matthews Present Jesus Christ! and Other Christmas Tales**,
The Little Foxes, by Lillian Hellman
Milk Like Sugar, by Kirsten Greenidge*
Marshall, by Kevin Broccoli**
The Healing, by Samuel D. Hunter*
Life Sucks, by Aaron Posner*
Wolf Hall, by Hilary Mantel, Adapted for the Stage by Mike Poulton

Summer 2018: Summer of Serendipity
Constellations, by Nick Payne*
Homos, or Everyone in America, by Jordan Seavey*

Season Seven
We Are Proud to Present a Presentation About the Herero of Namibia, Formerly Known as Southwest Africa, From the German Sudwestafrika, Between the Years 1884–1915 by Jackie Sibblies Drury*
The Motherf***er with the Hat, by Stephen Adly Guirgis*
Death and the Maiden, by Ariel Dorfman
A Christmas to Forget, by Aaron Blanck**
The House of Bernarda Alba, by Federico Garcia Lorca
The Revolutionists, by Lauren Gunderson*
Lizzie Borden, Lizzie Borden, by Kevin Broccoli**
American Drag, by Kevin Broccoli**
The Christians, by Lucas Hnath*
Dada Woof, Papa Hot, by Peter Parnell*

Summer 2019: One Sweet Summer
Charlotte’s Web, adapted by Robinette 
The Secret Garden, adapted by Gwen Beaton

Season Eight
Fires in the Mirror, by Anna Deavere Smith
Aaron Blanck’s Trick or Treat-quel, by Aaron Blanck**
Paint, by Kevin Broccoli**
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, by Barbara Robinson
Suddenly Last Summer, by Tennessee Williams
Agnes of God, by John Pielmeier
The Moors, by Jen Silverman*