What's Happening!

  • Winterworks runs January 17 - 21

    You’re invited to Winterworks–aka the presentations of our 2017/18 Clubbed Thumb Directing Fellows: Sarah Hughes, Taylor Reynolds and Lily Riopelle, directing newly commissioned plays by Xavier Galva, Will Arbery and MJ Kaufman. Read more about the directors and the program, and RSVP for Winterworks HERE

  • Cute Activist starts this week!

    We’re associate producing Milo Cramer’s CUTE ACTIVIST at the Bushwick Starr, directed by Morgan Green and featuring a cast of friends–David Greenspan, Deepali Gupta, Annie Henk, Elizabeth Kenny, Ronald Peet, and Madeline Wise. Performances start this week and tickets are scarce! Get yours HERE

  • The 2017 Clubbed Thumb Biennial Commission goes to Angela Hanks and Gabrielle Reisman!

    We received a record number of submissions for this year’s Biennial Commission – thank you to everyone who sent in a proposal! The panel elected to split the prize between Angela and Gabrielle, and to award three finalists–Gracie Gardner, Paul Cameron Hardy and Daniel Glenn–$1,000 and a workshop

  • Two Summerworks plays named TOP TEN

    Sara Holdren of New York Magazine’s Vulture named Alex Borinsky’s OF GOVERNMENT and Heidi Schreck’s WHAT THE CONSTITUTION MEANS TO ME in her Top Ten shows of the year! Read more about Heidi and Alex’s Summerworks experience HERE

  • A Superlab with writers' group alum Will Arbery

    We’re Superlab-ing Will’s play EVANSTON SALT COSTS CLIMBING, directed by Dustin Wills, and featuring Ned Eisenberg, Keira Naughton, Larry Powell and Rachel Sachnoff. Join us Friday Dec 15 at 3pm at Playwrights Horizons to hear what they’ve been up to

  • Celebrate ALL the holidays with us again this year!

    Join us at our annual holiday party and we’ll make sure you’re filled with gløgg, gingerbread and plenty of holiday cheer. Tue, Dec 19th Starting at 5:30pm, 440 Lafayette St, Fourth Floor. It’s free to attend — RSVP HERE

  • SUPERLAB is back!

    The first Superlab of the season is Larissa FastHorse’s The Thanksgiving Play. Come listen with us – Friday Oct 27 at 2pm at Playwrights Horizons

  • Announcing the 17/18 Early-Career Writers' Group

    The fifth round of our writers’ group is underway, with eight playwrights we’re excited about: Charly Simpson, Abby Rosebrock, Ren Dara Santiago, William Glick, Chloé Hayat, Jordan Baum, Katie Hathaway and Daaimah Mubashshir


by Clare Barron
directed by Portia Krieger
set design by Daniel Zimmerman
costume design by Sarah Laux
lighting design by Derek Wright
sound design by Brandon Wolcott
project design by Bart Cortright
stage manager Lisa McGinn
assistant costumer designer Sarah Gosnell

featuring Danny WolohanDanielle SkraastadIsmenia MendesSusannah Flood and Caitlin O’Connell

May 24-June 2

In which a freak storm knocks down all the trees in town and a prodigal daughter is taught a new way to pray. But the weird weather’s not over yet.

In which a freak storm knocks down all the trees in town and a prodigal daughter is taught a new way to pray. But the weird weather’s not over yet.

– Time Out New York, Baby Screams Miracle

by Jen Silverman
directed by Mike Donahue
set designer Jason Simms
costumer designer Kaye Voyce
lighting designer Burke Brown
sound designer Stowe Nelson
fight direction J. Allen Suddeth
stage manager Devorah Jaffe
assistant costume designer Sarah Gosnell
featuring Gerry Bamman, Christopher Ryan Grant, Bobby Moreno, Chris Myers, Chinasa Ogbuagu and Jeanine Serralles

June 7-16

In which the Creedy brothers trickle home from the war but knock knock! There’s someone at the door looking for payback and your place at the table.

by Gregory S. Moss
directed by Adam Greenfield
set design by David Evans Morris
costume design by Sydney Maresca
lighting design by Gina Scherr
sound design by Shane Rettig
projection design by Bart Cortright
choreography by Nicole Beerman
stage manager Sunny Stapleton
assistant costume designer Audrey Nauman
assistant set designer Kate McCrea
featuring David Wilson Barnes, Bill Buell, Crystal Finn, Rebecca Henderson and Gabe King
June 20-29

In which two Masshole siblings, amid a Hollywood vortex of strip malls and scientologists, square off over how to live like a grown-up.