The MCC theater’s new season has been announced for 2016-17 and in the line-up is Mathew Perry’s The End of Longing. This play was first staged in London. The other thing that has been announced is a one Woman show that is a presentation by Neil LaBute which stars Judith Light.
The season will start on September 6th and will see LaBute’s brand new play named All the Ways to Say I Love You. The director of the show will be Leigh Silverman. This play will be staged till September 9th.
The Next presentation is a musical by the name of Ride the Cyclone. This is a play by Jacob Richmond and Brooke Maxwell. The play is about a group of high school chorus members that meet with a roller coaster accident. This play will run from November 3rd until December 18th. The director of this play is Rachel Rockwell. This play as firsts tagged in Chicago Shakespeare Theatre.
The next on in the line is the play by Anna Jordan Named Yen. This play is being staged here after seeing a successful run in London at Royal Court Theatre. The play will be first staged on the 2nd of Feb 2017. The director of this play is Trip Cullman. The play is about the two brothers who live a solitary life with their dog when their starts taking an interest in their dog and interestingly the name of their dog is Taliban. This funny play is to be staged from March 12th.
The play that will conclude the season is The End of Longing written by Friends fame Matthew Perry. The play is all about the four people who meet in a bar. Their lives get so entangled in the course of that night that it leads to a series of events that leads them to find the meaning of their lives and relationships. The play has been directed by Lindsay Posner and will be staged on May 14th, 2017.