May 24 - July 2
The Whitney Album
03 Unworthiness in the form of beads?
04 Sweat is hunger—deliberate and able to cool you down a bit, while you try to forget this world not made for you quite.
05 But the suffering ends
06 When dying isn’t the end of the story
07 I think – I
08 think there is a story beyond.
09 And maybe Nippy knows that, too.
—THE WHITNEY ALBUM
February 15 - March 26
Choton relishes being the translator, toggling nimbly between Bangla and English, Grindr banter and academese. But when he returns to Kolkata with his boyfriend Raheem—to the house his grandfather disappeared from decades ago—an unexpected discovery leaves Choton at the limit of what language can touch.
Public Obscenities is a bilingual play from writer-director Shayok Misha Chowdhury about the things we see, the things we miss, and the things that turn us on.
October 12 - November 13
Faith and Novella are best friends living in a small German town near an American military base. In Novella’s basement apartment, they’re practicing some unusual combat drills–armed with wine, potato chips, and the very best speakers they can afford.
Montag is a domestic thriller, a sleep deprivation comedy, and a rebellion celebration under threat of annihilation.
January 26 - February 13
We are thrilled that Soho Rep’s Wolf Play by Hansol Jung is coming to MCC Theater in January, 2023. We are so glad that MCC Theater is giving more New Yorkers the chance to experience this remarkable piece that Hansol, director Dustin Wills, the entire creative team, and our partners at Ma-Yi Theater Company made together.
MCC Theater has made a limited number of tickets available for Soho Rep fans for just $35. You will be able to take advantage of this great offer when single tickets go on sale at the end of the year. We’ll be sure to send you a reminder with all the details, and you can also sign up for the MCC Theater mailing list here.