This play comes from established playwrights and directors Peter Brook and Marie-Helene Estienne, and its New York City premiere will take place in Brooklyn this November. The story focuses on a man sitting alone outside of a prison, and as the audience discovers more about him and his story, they get a complex meditation on modern justice and crime. If the premise is a little vague to go on, go by the reputation of its creators and co-producers like the National Theatre in London, and the Yale Repertory Theatre.
November 24 – December 16
Polonsky Shakespeare Center