Vineyard Theatre Will Preview Upcoming Season With Fearless Collaborations Event | Playbill

Off-Broadway News Vineyard Theatre Will Preview Upcoming Season With Fearless Collaborations Event

The Off-Broadway company's season includes world premiere plays from Jordan Harrison and Nazareth Hassan.

Vineyard Theatre will give audiences an in-depth look at their 2024-2025 season with their Fearless Collaborations event, held June 10 at 7 PM at the Off-Broadway theatre. 

The event will feature conversations with the season's artists, including Jordan Harrison, Sarah Lunnie, Nazareth Hassan, Joe Morton, Martha Clarke, and Arthur Solari, about the process of creating the work Vineyard will showcase in the upcoming season. 

The season will include the world premiere of Harrison's futuristic play The Antiquities. The premiere is a co-production between The Vineyard, Chicago's Goodman Theatre, and Playwrights Horizons, the latter of which will host the production in winter 2025. 

Also featured in the season will be the world premiere of Bowl EP, written and directed by Vineyard Artist-in-Residence Hassan. The co-production with National Black Theatre, in association with The New Group, will be presented at The Vineyard in spring 2025. 

"We are delighted to share news of two extraordinary world-premiere works that will be part of our 2024-25 season," Artistic Director Sarah Stern said in a statement. "In a time of so much change in society, each play delves deeply into the most essential human inquiry: the nature of what it is to be alive, in our bodies and in relationship to one another."

The recipients of The Vineyard’s 2024-2025 Paula Vogel Playwriting Award and Colman Domingo Award residencies will be announced later this fall. Along with Hassan, The Vineyard's current Artists-in-Residence include Shayok Misha Chowdhury, Josiah Davis, Rudi Goblen, Mara Nelson-Greenberg, and a.k. Payne.

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