Acclaimed theatre company’s 2016 season features an Obie-winning satire, a dystopia, and the latest from Rajiv Joseph
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Guards at the Taj (through February 28): a reunion of director John Vreeke and playwright Rajiv Joseph, the team behind Gruesome Playground Injuries, examines the nature of beauty, friendship, and duty through the lens of the raising of the Taj Mahal
The Nether (April 4–May 1): Jennifer Haley’s dark dystopia, which the Telegraph called “haunting and highly original,” looks at what a terrified, desperate population will turn to for comfort and escape
An Octoroon (May 30–June 26): Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ play, which won an Obie, turns a 19th century melodrama on its head, employing savage satire to attack the legacy of American slavery and racism