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An exploration of America's current place in the world, told through an East-West musical from China's point of view.
Ntozake Shange’s form-changing choreopoem about women of color using poetry, song, and movement.
Dinner is cooked, modern dances are rehearsed, and the meal is eaten — all amidst conversations about how the world sees our country.
A snapshot of contemporary theater: richly distinct in terms of perspectives, aesthetics, and social practice, and pointing to the future of the art form.
A new work that digs deep into the lives and loss of the most deadly mining disaster in recent U.S. history.
A rare and moving picture of Palestinian displacement and a refugee’s life of permanent impermanence.
A new musical about a man caught in the middle of the battle to stay in an America that’s lost its better angels.
The last of the divinely anointed monarchs ascends to the throne in Shakespeare’s RICHARD II.
Public Works’ acclaimed musical production of AS YOU LIKE IT returns to The Delacorte for a full four-week production.
From libraries to correctional facilities to parks, we bring free theater that meets people where they are.
Public Works blurs the line between professional artists and community, creating theater for, by and of the people.
This past fall, we invited photographer Christine Chambers to help us celebrate FOR COLORED GIRLS... through the lens of her portrait photography.
Learn more about our season illustrator, Korean-American New York-based artist and designer Janet Sung.
Public Square is our monthly podcast, sharing stories of the work that happens on and off our stages and the people who make it possible.
Pictured Above: The company of the Mobile Unit production of A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM, photo by Richard Termine