1. The Bloomingdale Road
In Mark Loewenstern’s historical drama, set in nineteenth-century New York, a father decides which child will receive his land—the intersection that becomes Broadway and 76th Street.
2. Double Fantasy
David Ben-Arie’s play about a man and woman who meet at Strawberry Fields and get into a debate about John Lennon’s legacy.
3. Breaking Routine
Two elderly friends’ weekly breakfast at Barney Greengrass is surprisingly disrupted in Robin Rothstein’s new work.