Vineyard Theatre announces details for upcoming season

Vineyard Theatre plays ‘Is This A Room’ and ‘Dana H.’ are also transferring to Broadway.

Photo credit: Charley Evon Simpson and David Cale (Photo courtesy of Charley Evon Simpson and by Craig Schwartz respectively)

Vineyard Theatre artistic directors Douglas Aibel and Sarah Stern have announced full details for the company’s upcoming season. As well as Is This A Room and Dana H. heading to Broadway, two world premiere productions are confirmed to open off-Broadway in 2022.

"We are overjoyed at the prospect of welcoming artists and audiences back to our theatre” said Aibel and Stern. “ We will launch daring new works… It will be a truly robust season both back in our theatre and on Broadway, a celebration of gathering together and of the power of what live theatre can be and do."

In spring 2022, The Vineyard will be home to the world premiere of Charly Evon Simpson’s sandblasted, in a co-production with WP Theatre. Summer L. William directs a daring story, which sees Angela and Odessa determined to make their way through life without knowing all the cures. sandblasted is at Vineyard Theatre from February 3 - Mar. 13, 2022.

Later in the season, David Cale returns to Vineyard Theatre with Sandra. Leigh Silverman directs and Matthew Dean Marsh provides music for the one-woman thriller, which will follow the title character who tries to search for her friend after they never returned from a trip to Mexico. Sandra casting and performance dates are to be announced.

Three shows first staged at the Vineyard Theatre will also receive their Broadway premieres in the upcoming season. Is This A Room and Dana H. will be performed in repertory at the Lyceum Theatre from September 2021. Find out more about Is This A Room and Dana H. on Broadway

25 years since its first performance, Paula Vogel’s How I Learned To Drive will make its long-awaited Broadway premiere. Mary Louise Parker and David Morse will star in How I Learned To Drive, with performances at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre from Mar. 29, 2022.

Photo credit: Charley Evon Simpson and David Cale (Photo courtesy of Charley Evon Simpson and by Craig Schwartz respectively)