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  • Four Baboons Adoring the Sun

    Four Baboons Adoring the Sun February 22 - April 19, 1992

    Beaumont Theater

    Two American archeologists, recently married, are set to enjoy a working holiday with the children from their previous marriages. The play begins as a domestic comedy and then moves into a world that is dark, deep and mythic. Learn More »

    February 22 - April 19, 1992
  • The Substance of Fire

    The Substance of Fire January 31 - July 26, 1992

    Newhouse Theater

    Here is a play by a young writer that has all the hallmarks of what used to be called a "good evening of theater—” witty, intelligent, literate writing, deep passions and a tour-de-force leading role. Learn More »

    January 31 - July 26, 1992
  • The Most Happy Fella

    The Most Happy Fella January 24 - August 30, 1992

    Book, Music and Lyrics byFrank Loesser
    Directed byGerald Gutierrez
    Booth Theatre

    Audiences have loved Frank Loesser's musicals for years—most notably his Guys and Dolls and the Pulitzer Prize-winning How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. However, THE MOST HAPPY FELLA was a startling rediscovery, even for Loesser fans. Learn More »

    January 24 - August 30, 1992
  • Two Shakespearean Actors

    Two Shakespearean Actors December 17, 1991 - February 9, 1992

    Cort Theatre

    The year is 1849. Two arch rivals—the English star William Macready and the American matinee idol Edwin Forrest—tempt fate when both perform the Scottish Play on the same night in neighboring downtown theaters. Learn More »

    December 17, 1991 - February 9, 1992
  • Mr. Gogol and Mr. Preen

    Mr. Gogol and Mr. Preen May 10 - July 28, 1991

    Newhouse Theater

    Both humor and pathos are present in this off-beat tale about the unlikely friendship between Mr. Gogol, a reclusive retiree, and Mr. Preen, a door-to-door salesman who falls ill during a sales call at Mr. Gogol's apartment—and winds up staying there to recuperate. Learn More »

    May 10 - July 28, 1991
  • Mule Bone

    Mule Bone January 20 - April 14, 1991

    Barrymore Theatre

    MULE BONE had its opening night a little late. Sixty years late, to be precise. Although this comedy with music about life in an all-African-American Florida town was written in 1930, the play had never been produced before Lincoln Center Theater produced it in the winter of 1991. Learn More »

    January 20 - April 14, 1991
  • Township Fever

    Township Fever November 23, 1990 - January 20, 1991

    Book, Music & Lyrics byMbongeni Ngema
    Conceived, Choreographed & Directed byMbongeni Ngema
    Majestic Theater

    Like Sarafina!, TOWNSHIP FEVER explodes with music, passion and hope. It also reveals some of the pain and violence that are a part of Black life in South Africa. Learn More »

    November 23, 1990 - January 20, 1991
  • Monster in a box

    Monster in a box November 2, 1990 - May 27, 1991

    Written and Performed bySpalding Gray
    Directed byRenée Shafransky
    Newhouse Theater

    Like all of Gray's work, this new one-man adventure story stakes out its most fascinating territory in the mind and spirit of its storyteller. Learn More »

    November 2, 1990 - May 27, 1991
  • Six Degrees of Separation (Beaumont)

    Six Degrees of Separation (Beaumont) October 30, 1990 - January 5, 1992

    Beaumont Theater

    Ouisa and her husband Flan, a pair of affluent New Yorkers, open their door to Paul, a charming young man who claims to be the son of Sidney Poitier. And so unwittingly open Pandora’s Box. Learn More »

    October 30, 1990 - January 5, 1992
  • Some Americans Abroad (Beaumont)

    Some Americans Abroad (Beaumont) April 25 - June 17, 1990

    Beaumont Theater

    In Richard Nelson's comedy, SOME AMERICANS ABROAD a group of American college professors and their students is making an annual summer pilgrimage to London and indulging in an orgy of theater-going (28 plays in 28 days!) Learn More »

    April 25 - June 17, 1990
  • Some Americans Abroad (Newhouse)

    Some Americans Abroad (Newhouse) January 24 - April 22, 1990

    Newhouse Theater

    In Richard Nelson's comedy, SOME AMERICANS ABROAD a group of American college professors and their students is making an annual summer pilgrimage to London and indulging in an orgy of theater-going (28 plays in 28 days!) Learn More »

    January 24 - April 22, 1990
  • The Tenth Man

    The Tenth Man November 10, 1989 - January 14, 1990

    Beaumont Theater

    According to Orthodox beliefs, a quorum of ten men must be assembled before the service can begin, and Arthur, a lapsed Jew who doesn't believe in anything except his analyst, is the only person they could find as a tenth witness. Learn More »

    November 10, 1989 - January 14, 1990
  • Oh, Hell

    Oh, Hell November 7 - December 31, 1989

    Author, The Devil and Billy MarkhamShel Silverstein
    Author, Bobby Gould in HellDavid Mamet
    Directed byGregory Mosher
    Newhouse Theater

    Bobby Gould in Hell by David Mamet was presented as a double-bill with Shel Silverstein’s The Devil and Billy Markham in an evening titled OH, HELL. Learn More »

    November 7 - December 31, 1989
  • Ubu

    Ubu May 30 - July 16, 1989

    Newhouse Theater

    UBU is the story of the buffoon Pere Ubu and his scheming wife. The cast of 13 played all 70,000 roles, including the whole Russian army, the whole Polish army, a bear, and a disembraining machine. Learn More »

    May 30 - July 16, 1989
  • Measure for Measure

    Measure for Measure February 3 - May 7, 1989

    Newhouse Theater

    Written by Shakespeare at the height of his powers, MEASURE FOR MEASURE is filled with artificiality and absurdity, which afford the audience the necessary distance to consider some timeless questions about human behavior. Learn More »

    February 3 - May 7, 1989
  • Our Town

    Our Town November 9, 1988 to April 2, 1989

    Lyceum Theatre

    Spalding Gray was the Narrator in Lincoln Center Theater’s production of this acclaimed revival of Thorton Wilder’s enduring American play. Learn More »

    November 9, 1988 to April 2, 1989
  • Waiting for Godot

    Waiting for Godot October 11 - November 27, 1988

    Newhouse Theater

    Vladimir (Steve Martin) and Estragon (Robin Williams) wait on a deserted country road to meet a person named Godot. In each act, they encounter a man called Pozzo (F. Murray Abraham) and his slave, Lucky (Bill Irwin). Learn More »

    October 11 - November 27, 1988