Recent Works


After a successful run in New York, Oslo is now playing in London.  Its month at London's National Theatre was well received and the play is now at the Harold Pinter Theatre through year's end. 

Read a terrific review of the current Oslo production in The Telegraph.

Oslo was warmly received in New York, sweeping the 2016-2017 awards season, winning seven awards including the 2017 Tony Award for Best Play, as well as the Drama Desk Award, NY Drama Critics' Circle Award, Lucille Lortel Award, Outer Critics Circle Award, Drama League Award, and Obie Award.

Oslo is inspired by the amazing true story of the back-channel talks, unlikely friendships, and quiet heroics that led to the 1993 Oslo Peace Accords between the Israelis and Palestinians.  

Ben Brantley of The New York Times calls Oslo “the stuff of crackling theater.”  Peter Marks of The Washington Post calls Oslo  “hands down the best new play of the season.”  At this cultural moment when finding common ground is paramount, “Oslo gives us hope” (Joe Dziemianowicz, Daily News).

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Blood and Gifts

As the Soviet army burns its way through Afghanistan, CIA operative Jim Warnock is sent to try and halt its bloody progress, beginning a secret spy war behind the official hostilities. Spanning one decade and two continents, Blood and Gifts is a sweeping, often shockingly funny epic drama.

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The Overwhelming

An American family become enmeshed in the politics, fear, and personal betrayals that mark the start of a genocidal war—a horror all can sense is coming but no one can comprehend or control.

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White People

Now—right now—what does it mean to be a white American? What does it mean for any American to live in a country that is not the one you were promised? White People is a candid, brutally honest meditation on race and language in our culture.

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At three different periods of time, three Americans find themselves alone, in the same hotel room overlooking the Spanish Steps in Rome. Madagascar is the story of a mysterious disappearance that changes three lives forever. 

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