Aging hippie Arthur Przybyszewski is every bit as decrepit as the donut joint he operates and every bit as depressed as the rough mixed neighborhood that is home to Superior Donuts. Enter Franco Wicks, an idealistic young black man intent on helping Arthur change the shop – and maybe even the neighborhood – for the better. This comedy-drama from Tony and Pulitzer–winning author Tracy Letts (August: Osage County; Bug ) celebrates the redemptive power of hope, friendship, nostalgia, and diversity.
From the author of The Good Thief and Shining City: Conor McPherson’s wry and ribald one-man show is the tale of a jaded, skirt-chasing, hard-drinking Irish theatre critic who falls into an entirely different world of exciting, glamorous, and soulless monsters… not actors, but vampires.
An inveterate gambler and his estranged daughter roll the dice one final time… for the future of their relationship.
Buffalo, 1940: Young Eddie’s idyllic family life begins to unravel following a shocking announcement from the clan’s Patriarch. This bittersweet and deeply personal yarn marks the culmination of RLTP’s A.R. Gurney cycle, following the extraordinary success of our productions of A Light Lunch and Screen Play.