SRT is returning in January with a terrific lineup of plays. See the descriptions below. And this year, we’re introducing our new online ticketing system!

Note: Before purchasing tickets, please read our COVID-19 Policy.


Written by Simon Stephens
Directed by Charles Peters
January 28 – February 13

Amidst the bustle of a crowded London train station, Georgie spots Alex, a much older man, and plants a kiss on his neck. This electric encounter thrusts these two strangers into a fascinating and life-changing game.

Heisenberg is a life-affirming mating dance between two people who are so utterly dissimilar that of course they are made for each other. It is a probing work that considers the multiplicity of alternatives that could shape our lives at every moment.

Tony Award winning playwright Simon Stephens (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time) presents a refreshing look into just how unpredictable life can be.
(adult language)

Love Song

Written by John Kolvenbach
March 4 – 20
Preview Performance: March 4
Opening Night: March 5

Beane, an emotionless, extreme introvert is burglarized by the pixie-ish Molly; and he falls in love.  His high-powered sister and her husband, Beane’s self-appointed caretakers, are suspicious.  But Beane’s newfound joy is contagious.  In the end, Beane is transformed and transforms those around him. Love Song is a quirky, romantic comedy that challenges us by asking “what is reality? What is love?”  
(adult language)

The Taming

Written by Lauren Gunderson
Directed by Marti Gobel
April 15 – May 1
Preview Performance: April 15
Opening Night: April 16

In this hilarious, raucous, all-female “power-play” inspired by Shakespeare’s Shrew, contestant Katherine has political aspirations to match her beauty pageant ambitions. All she needs to revolutionize the American government is the help of one ultra-conservative senator’s aide on the cusp of a career breakthrough, and one bleeding-heart liberal blogger who will do anything for her cause. Well, that and a semi-historically-accurate ether trip. This madcap romp tackles  modern American political extremism, feminism, James Madison, Shakespeare, and beauty queens, The three slightly insane women at its core just might  be political geniuses. Here’s lookin’ at you, America.

I Hate Hamlet

Written by Paul Rudnick
Directed by Phil Johnson
May 27 – June 12
Preview Performance: May 27
Opening Night: May 28

Andrew Rally is a TV actor with a failing series and a chance to play the dream role of Hamlet. When the ghost of the famous Shakespearean actor John Barrymore appears for the sole purpose of convincing Rally to accept the role, he has to choose between Shakespeare and a new TV deal worth millions. Enter a beautiful girlfriend clinging steadfastly to her chastity and a glamorous agent who claims to have had an affair with Barrymore and the results are fast, clever, and hilarious.

A comedy valentine to people who love the theatre and the eccentric people in it.

Out On A Limb New Play Festival


The Season concludes with our dynamic Out On A Limb New Play Festival featuring brand new original short plays chosen from submissions and fully produced over two weekends in July. Join us to see a complete festival of world-premiere plays on SRT’s stage.

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