These Shows Will Take the Stage at 59E59 Theaters This Fall and Winter | Playbill

Off-Broadway News These Shows Will Take the Stage at 59E59 Theaters This Fall and Winter

The Off-Broadway theatre's fall and winter seasons will include productions directed by Broadway's Jess Chayes, Philip Shneidman, and Ryan Emmons.

59E59 Theaters has announced its fall 2022 season, as well as three of its productions for winter 2023. The Off-Broadway shows have been announced with directors, several with Broadway credits, attached to helm the productions.

The fall will kick off with MHK Productions' Boswell by Marie Kohler November 12-December 4. Philip Schneidman (The Full Monty) will direct American One Acts, A Double Bill November 19-27, followed by Brenda WithersOff Peak starring Kurt Rhoads and Nance Williamson, directed by Jess Chayes (Misery) November 26-December 23. 

Continuing the season, 59E59 will also have stagings of The Journey of Jazz, presented by The Anderson Brothers, November 29-December 11. It will conclude with Ryan Emmons (Groundhog Day) directing Ye Bear & Ye Cubb December 8-23.

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In the winter, Drama Desk-winning The Immortal Jellyfish Girl will take the stage January 10-February 12, followed by two productions as part of Origin Theatre's 1st Irish Festival. Fishamble: The New Play Company, which partnered with Irish Rep on a new commission program earlier this year, will present Heaven January 11-29. The season will also include a staging of Big Telly's Frankenstein's Monster is Drunk and the Sheep Have all Jumped the Fences January 11-28.

Full casting and creative teams will be announced at a later date.

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