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George Street Playhouse is excited to announce our upcoming season of shows for 2024-2025! Get ready to experience an exciting line-up of modern works that showcase stories and performances of American theatre's next generation!

“We’re so pleased to announce this exciting and entertaining season of new plays. We really wanted to program a season that appealed to the hearts and minds of our wonderful George Street audiences. We invite them to join us this season and experience our vast array of rich material.” - Artistic Director, David Saint
 

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WhattheConstitutionMeansToMe

What the Constitution Means to Me
By Heidi Schreck
Directed by Laiona Michelle
October 1 - 20, 2024

How relevant is the United States' Constitution in today's society? Does this document truly protect ALL Americans? Playwright Heidi Schreck delves into multiple facets of this historic document, debating as to whether or not we should keep, or abolish it. Through several stories and perspectives from different Americans, What The Constitution Means To Me allows the audience to define the constitution's true worth. What The Constitution Means To Me was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in 2019, and was nominated for two TONY® Awards, including Best Play.

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Gene & Gilda
By Cary Gitter
Directed by Joe Brancato
December 3 - 22, 2024

Gene Wilder (Young Frankenstein, Willy Wonka) & Gilda Radner (Original cast of SNL) were in love, but the story doesn't end there! Journey through the lives of these two famous comedians - from the day they fell in love to turbulent changes in their careers to a sad, sudden goodbye. This heartfelt comedy lets audiences spend a night with two legends who found love and laughter in even the darkest of places.

 

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Small
Written & Performed by Robert Montano
Directed by Jessi D. Hill
January 21 - February 9, 2025

Robert Montano shares a wild autobiographical ride about the wears of childhood, family, racism, and the misunderstood life of being a jockey. Nearly ravaged by addiction in order to stay “SMALL,” Montano ignites complex and universal themes of struggle and sacrifice to pursue a passionate dream, first to race horses and then to be a professional dancer. A Rocky story of the racetrack, SMALL is about a boy transforming into a man by following his heart… and his feet.
 

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King James
By Rajiv Joseph
March 18 - April 6, 2025

It all started with the 2003-2004 Basketball Season. Two sports fans Matt and Shawn instantly hit things off as they bond over Basketball and a superstar, who would go on to win four NBA championships - LeBron James. From Pulitzer Prize finalist Rajiv Joseph (Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo) comes a drama about friendship, drastic life changes, and paths that could divide them.
 

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The Shark Is Broken
By Ian Shaw & Joseph Nixon
April 29 - May 18, 2025

Three Hollywood legends are stranded in the middle of the ocean, while filming one of the greatest American movies - JAWS. Why are they stranded? The Shark Is Broken! From playwrights Ian Shaw (son of Robert Shaw) and Joseph Nixon, the Olivier® Award-nominated The Shark Is Broken takes a dive into the choppy waters of making this iconic Hollywood blockbuster through the eyes of its stars - Robert Shaw, Roy Scheider, and Richard Dreyfuss. Through their trials and tribulations in making a great American picture, the play dives into the dark side of these prolific actors' lives – between maintaining relevance, overcoming guilt and fighting addictions. Take a voyage with the show Entertainment Weekly calls "a wild ride."


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