Out of Hand Theater stages this world premiere in homes and intimate spaces as a “dinner-party story for the ages.”
The musical comedy about a high-school-age lesbian couple and their ego-driven celebrity “helpers” will open Nov. 15, 2018, at a Shubert theater.
The rooftop terrace and club/event space should open in early 2018. The reason: surprises discovered when construction crews began digging into an 88-year-old building.
Is there a phantom loose in the auditorium of Woods Mill Middle School, or are the rumors of a curse just talk? Find out this weekend only.
This week’s best: Out of Hand’s “Dogs of Rwanda,” the Alliance’s “Hand to God,” Horizon’s “Project Dawn,” the national tour of “The Color Purple.”