The shows under consideration are:
Conor McPherson's "The Birds," inspired by Daphne du Maurier's disturbing short story which was the basis of the
Sharr White's "The Other Place" which centers on Juliana Smithton, a successful neurologist "whose life seems to be coming unhinged." The work recently played Broadway, starring
Jeffrey Hatcher's "Mrs. Mannerly" described s "a poignant comedy of a ten-year-old as he studies etiquette under the tutelage of the demanding Mrs. Mannerly."
John Cariani's "Love/Sick," a romance-infused comedy from the writer of "Almost, Maine," which just ended its run at TheaterWorks.
Colm Toibin's "The Testament of Mary," which is now in previews on Broadway. The play centers on Jesus' mother Mary, now elderly, "as she talks to some of his followers about her famous son—a young man she didn't quite understand."
"My Name Is Asher Lev," Aaron Posner's adaptation of the best-selling novel by Chaim Potok, centers on the story of "a young Jewish prodigy compelled to become a painter—against the will of family, community and tradition. "The play was produced in 2012 at
"Woody Sez," conceived by David M. Lutken, is a piece based on the music of