Current Season
(2018-19)

George Street Playhouse's 2018-19 mainstage season features a Tony Award-nominated play, a Laurents/Hatcher Foundation Award winner set during the early days of the Civil Rights movement, a suspenseful courtroom drama, a heartwarming story of arriving in a strange land for the first time, and the world premiere of a new musical. 

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  • The Trial of Donna Caine

    When Staff Sergeant Donna Caine is abandoned by her platoon after confessing to a crime, a high power civilian attorney powers her way in to seek to justice. Fighting for her client’s future, Attorney Ginsburg takes on the military establishment to expose the hidden truth. Inspired by true events, this riveting courtroom drama will keep audiences on the edge of their seats. October 16-November 11, 2018. Learn More

  • A Doll's House, Part 2

    When we last saw Nora Helmer, she was slamming the door on life as she knew it, and embarking on a brave, bold and shocking new world as a woman on her own. Fifteen years later, she's returned to that same door, with a high-stakes game of unfinished business on her mind. Featuring the same characters from Ibsen's groundbreaking masterpiece, The New York Times called this Tony Award-nominated play “A smart, funny and utterly engrossing play” and Time Out New York said it is “modern in its language...and suspenseful in its plotting.” November 27-December 23, 2018. Learn More

  • Little Girl Blue: The Nina Simone Musical

    Following her critically acclaimed performance in American Hero, Laiona Michelle returns to George Street Playhouse to play Nina Simone in a new musical. This exuberant premiere musical reveals a life in between the black and white keys -- a passionate journey from classical piano child prodigy to the High Priestess of Soul, told through the words and music of American icon Nina Simone. ​ Learn More

  • The Immigrant

    Russian-Jewish emigrate Haskell Harelik arrives at the port of Galveston, Texas in 1909 seeking refuge from his homeland. With only his banana cart in tow, Haskell finds compassion and friendship from an unlikely couple, falls in love, and creates a pastoral life for his family. About "The Immigrant", USA Today said “the scenes evoke the rural era with the firm-handed clarity of a Jewish Horton Foote … they glow.” March 12-April 7, 2019. Learn More

  • Too Heavy for Your Pocket

    Tennessee-born Holder takes us back to Nashville in the summer of 1961. The Freedom Riders are embarking on a courageous journey into the Deep South. When 20-year-old Bowzie Brandon gives up a life-changing college scholarship to join the movement, he’ll have to convince his loved ones—and himself—that shaping his country’s future might be worth jeopardizing his own. "Too Heavy for Your Pocket" was called “illuminating and moving” by The New York Times and is the recipient of the 2017 Laurents/Hatcher Foundation Award. April 23-May 19, 2019. Learn More