2019-20 Season

  • Last Days of Summer

    This beautiful tale of friendship, baseball, and the enduring bonds between fathers and sons will speak to all generations. Based on the bestselling novel by Steve Kluger, with music by Grammy winner Jason Howland, directed by Tony nominee Jeff Calhoun, the heart-warming story is set in 1940’s Brooklyn and pulses with jazz music and big band sounds of the era. Learn More

  • My Life on a Diet

    Called “fascinating, lighthearted and spicy” by the New York Times, this hilarious comedy stars the Academy Award-nominated and Emmy Award winning writer and actress Renée Taylor, known for her recurring role on television’s "The Nanny." In this acclaimed show, she looks back on a life full of memorable roles in Hollywood and on Broadway, and just as many fad diets, all while dishing juicy anecdotes about legends like Joan Crawford, Marilyn Monroe, and Barbra Streisand. Learn More

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    A severe snowstorm breaks out during a routine at-home birth. With no way to contact the outside world, midwife Sibyl Danforth makes an impossible decision to save the life of a baby. But when the sun rises and the blizzard clears, questions arise about what really occurred that icy Vermont night. Learn More

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    On June 1, 1950, Senator Margaret Chase Smith stood on the Senate floor and delivered her “Declaration of Conscience '' in a historic moment of political courage. This sharply written new play by Tony winner Joe DiPietro takes you behind the scenes of 1950s Washington in the days leading up to and following the singular speech that rattled McCarthyism, Congress, and the nation itself. Learn More

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    John Lewis: Good Trouble

    Take part in an unprecedented nationwide discussion about social justice! Join George Street Playhouse and audiences from more than 50 arts nonprofits across the country for a screening of John Lewis: Good Trouble – and a live virtual panel discussion on 9/21 with the film’s director Dawn Porter, Ras Baraka, Mayor of Newark, NJ, Professor of Race and Public Policy, Khalil Gibran Muhammad, and Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution, Lonnie Bunch as they talk about Lewis’s lasting legacy. Learn More

  • George Street Playhouse at YOUR House

    For this installment of "George Street Playhouse at YOUR House," look back with us to Ernest Shackleton Loves Me, which took our stage in 2015 prior to its NYC debut with a book by favorite Joe DiPietro, music by Brendan Milburn, and lyrics by Val Vigoda. Learn More

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  • New Brunswick Heart Festival

    Miss being able to experience all of the arts and history that New Brunswick has to offer? Well, we are bringing all of the city’s culture right to you on August 15th for the first ever New Brunswick Heart Festival! Tune in with us from 3 PM to 7 PM to get a glimpse of New Brunswick arts through live interviews, crafts, and performances. You’re not going to want to miss this! Learn More

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