Vineyard Theatre sets 2024-25 Off-Broadway season

The nonprofit theatre company is a co-producer on one previously announced show at Playwrights Horizons and will present a second play at its Union Square venue.

Gillian Russo
Gillian Russo

Vineyard Theatre has set its 2024-25 season, which includes two world-premiere Off-Broadway plays presented by the award-winning theatre company.

The first show in Vineyard's season is The Antiquities, written by Jordan Harrison. The show is set in the far future at the Museum of Late Human Antiquities, where curators are committed to discovering how a lost civilization — that is, humans in our present moment — lived and eventually died out.

The Antiquities was previously announced as part of the season of fellow nonprofit Playwrights Horizons. Vineyard and Chicago's Goodman Theatre are co-producers on the show, and it will be performed at Playwrights Horizons's venue on 42nd Street in winter 2025.

Vineyard's spring show, presented at its own venue in Union Square in spring 2025, is Bowl EP. Written and directed by Nazareth Hassan, the show follows Kelly K Klarkson and Quentavius da Quitter, two people looking for a name of their rap group, exorcising demons, and practicing their ollies at the skate park of the play's title, growing closer all the while. The show features original music and actual onstage skating.

Bowl EP is a co-production of Vineyard Theatre and National Black Theatre in association with The New Group.

Casting, additional creative team members, and dates for both shows have yet to be announced.

Photo credit: Jordan Harrison and Nazareth Hassan. (Photos courtesy of Vineyard Theatre)

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