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Please note that masks are optional in all public spaces at Kitchen Theatre Company. We encourage anyone who would like to wear a mask to please do so.

Monsters of the American Cinema
By Christian St. Croix
Sep 20 - Oct 1, 2023
A poignant, theatrical family story

When his husband dies, Remy Washington, a Black man, finds himself both the owner of a drive-in movie theater and a caregiver to his late husband’s straight, white teenage son, Pup. Monsters of the American Cinema is a haunting and deeply honest tale about fathers and sons, ghosts and monsters.

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tick, tick...BOOM!
By Jonathan Larson

in collaboration with Forager Theatre Company
Oct 18 - Oct 29, 2023
An endearing musical of hopes and dreams

Experience the birth of a Broadway sensation with tick, tick...BOOM! Set in 1990, this immersive, exhilarating production is the autobiographical story of Jonathan Larson, the genius behind Rent. With a dynamic three-person cast, live band, and powerful pop/rock songs, this youthful and endearing celebration of the human spirit will have you wishing Johnny a happy 30th birthday!

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Written and performed by Liba Vaynberg
Scheiss Book

Nov 8 - Nov 19, 2023
An irreverent, comedic tour de force

Paper airplanes. The Soviet Union. Sex education. Problematic uses of the word “classy.” Chocolate. Juliet. Harry Potter. Doctors. Scheiss Book is an award-winning one-woman quest explained by very long German words you have never heard of that perfectly describe feelings you have had forever. Prepare to laugh out loud as this extraordinary actor/comedienne delivers an irreverent and hilarious search for meaning. It’s a salacious bonbon that will leave you entertained and enlightened.

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Sanctuary City by Martyna Majok
Feb 21 - Mar 3, 2024
A gripping search for the American Dream

In post-9/11 Newark, NJ, two teenagers who were brought to America as children find solace in each other as they navigate harsh circumstances. When G becomes naturalized, she and B hatch a plan so that he may legally remain in the country and pursue the future he imagines for his life. But as complications mount, the young friends find that this act challenges and fractures even the closest relationship.

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The Turnaway Play by Lesley Lisa Greene
May 8 - May 19, 2024
An urgent issue comes to life onstage

Lesley Greene was inspired by Diana Greene Foster’s groundbreaking Turnaway Study, which followed 1,000 women over ten years and reached the first definitive scientific conclusions about the consequences for women’s lives of either having or being denied abortions. Greene transforms the real-life stories into a powerful drama animated by characters whose diverse circumstances reflect the scope of womens’ experiences. With honesty and humor, the play reaches beyond our polarizing political conversation to look deeply into one of the most important and urgent issues of our time.


Over the course of the season, Kitchen Theatre Company hosts local and visiting theater groups and other artists. Look for more information about our Kitchen Sink Series soon.

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