Tuesday, August 28, 2007


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AMERICA LOVESEXDEATH Billy the Mime is the creator and star of this show, a series of sketches about current events. In previews. Opens Sept. 6. (Flea, 41 White St. 212-352-3101.)
THE DINING ROOM The Keen Company opens its season with A. R. Gurney’s drama, a series of vignettes about a twentieth-century Wasp family. Jonathan Silverstein directs. Previews begin Sept. 11. (Clurman, 410 W. 42nd St. 212-279-4200.)
EDGE Angelica Torn stars in this one-woman show about the life of Sylvia Plath. Paul Alexander wrote and directs. Previews begin Sept. 4. Opens Sept. 9. (ArcLight, 152 W. 71st St. 212-352-3101.)
100 SAINTS YOU SHOULD KNOW Playwrights Horizons kicks off the season with the world première of a play by Kate Fodor, about a woman who becomes intrigued by a troubled priest at the church that she cleans. Janel Moloney, Lois Smith, Jeremy Shamos, Will Rogers, and Zoe Kazan star. Ethan McSweeny directs. In previews. (416 W. 42nd St. 212-279-4200.)
KING LEAR Royal Shakespeare Company brings its production of the tragedy, starring Ian McKellen and directed by Trevor Nunn, to BAM. Playing in repertory with “The Seagull.” Opens Sept. 6. (BAM’s Harvey Theatre, 651 Fulton St. 718-636-4100.)
THE POWER OF DARKNESS Mint Theatre Company revives Leo Tolstoy’s drama from 1886, about a Russian peasant who becomes involved in a murder. Previews begin Sept. 6. (311 W. 43rd St. 212-315-0231.)
PURPLE HEARTS Burgess Clark’s drama about the 1941 Pearl Harbor attack, directed by David Epstein. Previews begin Sept. 5. Opens Sept. 8. (Gene Frankel Theatre, 24 Bond St. 212-387-8440.)
RITES OF PRIVACY David Rhodes wrote this one-man show, in which he portrays numerous characters, including a Southern pageant queen and a Nazi refugee. In previews. Opens Aug. 30. (Urban Stages, 259 W. 30th St. 212-868-4444.)
ROCK DOVES The première of a drama by Marie Jones, set in postwar Northern Ireland. Ian McElhinney directs. Previews begin Sept. 6. (Irish Arts Center, 553 W. 51st St. 212-868-4444.)
SCARCITY Atlantic Theatre Company presents the première of a new play by Lucy Thurber, about siblings longing to escape their life of poverty. Previews begin Aug. 29. (336 W. 20th St. 212-279-4200.)
THE SEAGULL Royal Shakespeare Company brings its production of Chekhov’s drama, directed by Trevor Nunn, to BAM. Ian McKellen stars in select performances. Playing in repertory with “King Lear.” Opens Sept. 7. (BAM’s Harvey Theatre, 651 Fulton St. 718-636-4100.)
THE SHAPE OF METAL Origin Theatre Company presents Thomas Kilroy’s drama, in which a sculptor copes with the disappearance of her daughter. Brian Murray directs. Previews begin Sept. 8. (59E59, at 59 E. 59th St. 212-279-4200.)
TILL THE BREAK OF DAWN Danny Hoch’s new hip-hop play, about a group of South Bronx radicals who take a trip to Havana, Cuba. Previews begin Sept. 4. (Abrons Arts Center, 466 Grand St. 212-352-3101.)
WALMARTOPIA! THE MUSICAL Daniel Goldstein directs this musical comedy, about a Wal-Mart employee who wakes up in the year 2037, when Wal-Mart rules the world. With a book by Catherine Capellaro and music and lyrics by Andrew Rohn. In previews. Opens Sept. 3. (Minetta Lane Theatre, 18 Minetta Lane. 212-307-4100.)
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