Performing Arts

GableStage adds ‘Disgraced,’ sets ‘Constellations’ and McNally play for new season

Ayad Akhtar’s Pulitzer Prize-winning ‘Disgraced,’ which ran on Broadway this season, will be produced in October at GableStage.
Ayad Akhtar’s Pulitzer Prize-winning ‘Disgraced,’ which ran on Broadway this season, will be produced in October at GableStage. Joan Marcus

The Carbonell Award-winning GableStage typically announces its new season later rather than sooner, but not this year. Artistic director Joseph Adler has revealed three of the six shows that will make up the company’s 18th anniversary season — and he’s made a change to the final Oct. 3-Nov. 1 slot of the current season, adding Ayad Akhtar’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Disgraced.

The 2015-2016 season will begin Nov. 21-Dec. 20 with Nick Payne‘s Constellations, which had a Broadway run this season with Jake Gyllenhaal and Ruth Wilson as lovers whose relationship is reexamined in numerous possible permutations. Terrence McNally’s comedy It’s Only a Play, the top-grossing play of the current Broadway season, will be staged in early 2016. And The Night Alive by Conor McPherson, originally scheduled in the October-November slot, will move to the new season.

GableStage, located in the Biltmore Hotel at 1200 Anastasia Ave. in Coral Gables, is selling discounted subscriptions to the new season: $250 to current subscribers (a 45 percent savings) who renew by July 15 or $275 to new subscribers. The renewal deal also includes one extra ticket to any performance. For information, call 305-445-1119 or visit www.gablestage.org.

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