Next ON STAGE:
a World Premiere by Amy Evans
featuring Joy Jones as Nina Simone
Based on untold true events. It’s 1962 and music legend Nina Simone is holed up in a snowstorm in a greasy spoon somewhere in North Carolina, waiting for the trains to start running. Tempers flare between band members, and as secrets surface, it’s soon clear this small diner in unfriendly territory may well be the place where life-changing decisions are made. Suddenly, the band find themselves accused of a crime they didn’t commit. A sharply drawn, exciting new play that intimately portrays a cultural icon and the turbulent era during which she rose to fame. Directed by Reginald Douglas.
Save 15% when you book your ticket as part of a package. Five-play packages start at just $79, with four-play passes also available. Subscribers also enjoy prime seats, unlimited free exchanges, restaurant discounts, National Stages membership and discounted reserved parking.
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Discounts for groups.
Some productions also offer 7pm Sunday performances. See each show page for more details.