In another season, the chance to see "Wicked" or "The Lion King" again after so long wouldn't be such thrilling news. But this isn't any other theater season. So while in these listings we detail plenty of world premieres ("Flying Over Sunset," "The Bedwetter"); inventive revivals (a gender-swapped "Company"); and at least seven plays by Black writers on Broadway, we might also take a look at the old reliables. Welcome back. Dates are subject to change. September SANCTUARY CITY Immigrant dreamers try to establish their place in America in this play by the Pulitzer Prize winner Martyna Majok (" Cost of Living "). The show, along with many others on and Off Broadway, was in previews when the pandemic closed theaters in March 2020. The same cast members who prepared for that opening will return: Jasai Chase-Owens, Sharlene Cruz and Austin Smith. Rebecca Frecknall directs. (In previews, Sept. 21-Oct. 10, New York Theater Workshop) THE GARDEN Charlayne Woodard digs into the complicated relationship between an older woman and her middle-aged daughter, who haven't spoken in years and attempt to reconcile, in this new play. The Baltimore Center Stage and La Jolla Playhouse coproduction is directed by Patricia McGregor and Delicia… Read full this story
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