Scott Coffey is a painter, printmaker, graphic designer, and collage artist from Seattle, Washington. Their lifelong interest in books, comics, and mythology has translated itself into an art practice of narrative work centered around stories, beliefs, and the intersection between the two. In their work, they value and attempt to channel that combination to tell stories that are personal, political, and queer.
Winner of the 2023 Pulitzer Prize in Drama
Co-Produced by Seda Iranian Theatre Ensemble
Two words set in motion award-winning playwright Sanaz Toossi’s intricate and profound New York debut: “English Only.” This is the mantra that rules one classroom in Iran, where four adult students are preparing for the TOEFL — the Test of English as a Foreign Language. Chasing fluency through a maze of word games, listening exercises, and show-and-tell sessions, they hope that one day, English will make them whole. But it might be splitting them each in half.
NY Times Critics Pick! “A rich new play! Both contemplative and comic.” – The New York Times
“One of the best plays in New York right now! Those plays that appear, shimmer, and conquer an audience so wholly you feel a delicious, building two-way crackle in the room as a performance progresses. Book a ticket!” – The Daily Beast
2022 Tony Award® Nominated Best Play by
Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage (Sweat, Ruined)
Presented in Partnership with The Hansberry Project
“Feisty comedy is on the menu” (Washington Post) in two-time Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage’s latest Broadway triumph. Creating the perfect sandwich is the shared quest of the formerly incarcerated kitchen staff of Clyde’s, a truck stop cafe. Even as the shop’s mischievous owner tries to keep them under her thumb, the staffers are given purpose and permission to dream—finding that “sometimes a hero is more than a sandwich” (New York Times).
“Nottage’s delightful play dares to flip the paradigm. Though it’s still about dark things, including prison, drugs, homelessness and poverty, it somehow turns them into bright comedy.” – The New York Times
“A flavor-bomb of a comedy about survival, second chances, and digesting whatever life serves up.” – Variety