Pershing Square Signature Center
Photograph: Signature Theatre Company
Time Out says
Posted: Tue Jan 17 2012
Signature Theatre, founded by James Houghton in 1991, focuses on exploring and celebrating playwrights in depth, with whole seasons devoted to works by individual living writers. In 2012, it moved to a home base equal to its lofty ambitions. Designed by star architect Frank Gehry, the new Signature Center comprises three major Off Broadway spaces: a 299-seater mainstage, a 199-seat miniature opera house and a malleable courtyard theater named for the late Romulus Linney.
Pershing Square Signature Center 480 W 42nd St
What's on at Pershing Square Signature Center
Katori Hall (Hurt Village) continues her Signature residency with a drama set in rural Rwanda in 1981, where a schoolgirl claims to have seen the Virgin Mary. Upheaval follows. Michael Greif (Rent) directs.
Revival, Drama, Comedy
Bill Pullman and Holly Hunter play ordinary American parents (unsubtly named Ozzie and Harriet) whose family is rattled by the return of their damaged soldier son in the first major NYC revival of David Rabe's 1971 satire of Vietnam War–era mores. Scott...