MCC Theater

MCC Theater sets 2024-25 Off-Broadway season

The upcoming lineup at the Robert W. Wilson MCC Theater Space, located in Manhattan's Hell's Kitchen neighborhood, includes two world-premiere plays.

Gillian Russo
Gillian Russo

MCC Theater has announced its 2024-25 season, which will include two world-premiere plays and a third production that has yet to be announced. All shows will take place at the Off-Broadway company's Robert W. Wilson MCC Theater Space.

The first show, running from August 14 to September 22, is Table 17, written by Douglas Lyons and directed by Zhailon Levingston. Starring three-time Tony Award nominee Kara Young, Biko Eisen-Martin, and Michael Rishawn, the play follows former fiancés Jada and Dallas, who meet for dinner to discuss their past. Despite troubled memories, sassy waiters, and an insistence on staying casual, the truth about their relationship will out.

The next play, Shit. Meet. Fan., is based on Paolo Genovese's Italian film Perfect Strangers, which has been remade in more than 20 countries. A group of young adult friends play a simple game: They must share every text message, email, and call they receive during their time together with everyone. Cocktails flow, secrets come out, and mayhem ensues.

The play is written and directed by Tony Award nominee Robert O'Hara. Performances run from October to November, with exact dates to be announced.

In addition to the yet-unannounced spring production, MCC's other 2024-25 programming includes the 25th-anniversary Miscast gala, a one-night-only annual concert featuring Broadway stars performing gender-swapped showtunes; and the return of two annual Youth Company produrctions, Uncensored and Freshplay Festival.

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