Upcoming Projects



By Danai Gurira

Directed by Adam Immerwahr

Woolly Mammoth Theater Company

It’s winter in Minnesota, and an immigrant Zimbabwean family is preparing for the wedding of their eldest daughter, a first-generation American. But when the bride insists on observing roora, a traditional bride-price ceremony, it opens a deep rift in the household. Rowdy and affectionate, Familiar pitches tradition against assimilation among the members of one devoted family. Which will prove stronger: the customs they keep… or the secrets they’ve kept buried?

Familiar—the third Woolly production of Gurira’s work, after successful runs of Eclipsed (2016 Tony nominee for Best Play) and The Convert—is Woolly’s entry into the Women’s Voices Theatre Festival.

February 5 - March 4, 2018

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A Christmas Carol

Adapted by David Thompson

Directed by Adam Immerwahr

McCarter Theatre Center

Follow Ebenezer Scrooge on a magical journey through Christmas past, present, and future and watch as our entire community—including 35 members from the greater Princeton area—bring this story to life around you! This exciting production will usher you into the spirit of the season with all the joy, wonder, and generosity that Scrooge himself discovers. Share the happiness of Dickens' perennial masterpiece and join us in celebrating this McCarter tradition with your friends and entire family. 

“Talent packed and an adorable-child-filled sugarplum of a production” – Philadelphia Inquirer

“Stunning…a dream!” – US1

December 5 - 31, 2017

Roz and Ray

By Karen Hartman

Directed by Adam Immerwahr

Theater J

A gripping medical drama about a doctor at the onset of the AIDS crisis in the 1980s. Dr. Roz Kagan offers a new miracle drug to save Ray Leon’s hemophiliac twins. But miracles aren’t always what they appear to be, and life on the cutting edge of biomedicine means moral ambiguity and impossible choices. Powerful, urgent, and beautiful, Roz and Ray charts the untold story of a devastating chapter of medical and queer history.

“very powerful play… a great service, especially in this moment of drastic political realignment.”—Chicago Tribune

April 3 - 29, 2018