To Our Valued Members,
Thank you for your support while the Goodman remains dark. The compassion you’ve demonstrated through donations to our Intermission campaign, and dedication you’ve shown by converting the value of your tickets into a credit is extraordinary, and we are grateful.
We are excited to welcome you back for our 2021 Season!
Of the eight titles, you will recognize four as plays we had intended to produce before operations paused—Jocelyn Bioh’s insightful comedy School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play; José Cruz González’s heartfelt story of family and traditions meant to be broken in American Mariachi; the world premiere musical adaption of The Outsiders; and Hershey Felder’s moving tribute to Claude Debussy, A Paris Love Story. It is important that we honor our commitments to these artists, and we’re proud to produce their work in the months ahead.
We’re excited to share four additions to the line-up, including three world premieres—Fannie, Cheryl L. West’s new play about famed civil rights activist Fannie Lou Hamer; Good Night, Oscar, Doug Wright’s newest work, featuring Sean Hayes as the larger-than-life Oscar Levant; and the ripple, the wave that carried me home, Christina Anderson’s meditation on protest, legacy and reconciliation—plus a major revival of Mary Zimmerman’s acclaimed adaptation, The Notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci.
You’ll notice that we have not included dates for our productions. Your health and safety, and that of our artists and staff, is our top priority; we will begin performances when it is deemed appropriate to return.
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Thank you, again, for your support over the years. We’re excited about Our Next Act, and we look forward to seeing you back at the theater.