Running time:
1 hour and 45 minutes
(no intermission)


By Anna Ziegler
Directed by Amber McGinnis
February 19 — March 15, 2020

A beautiful new drama about modern love

Esther and Schmuli are Satmar Hasidic Jews embarking on an arranged marriage, despite barely knowing each other. Abe and Julia are high-profile celebrities embarking on a dangerously flirtatious correspondence, despite being married to other people. On the surface, the lives of these two couples couldn’t be more different; but the hidden connections between these seemingly disparate people draw the audience into an intriguing puzzle and a deeply sympathetic look at modern love.  From the award-winning writer of Photograph 51 and Actually comes this funny, insightful, and moving new play.

“One of the best written, most clever and tightly constructed plays I have seen this year…The Wanderers should not be missed.”— Entertainment Today

» Read the The Wanderers Program Online

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Tessa Klein
Jamie Smithson
Alexander Strain
Dina Thomas
Kathryn Tkel

Cast Talk-back
Wednesday, February 26 following the 7:30 PM show

Creative Conversation
Sunday, March 1 following the 2:00 PM show
Join Anthony O. Bullock (Production Stage Manager), Nancy Krebs (Dialect Coach), and Matthew Nielson (Sound Designer)  to get the inside scoop on what it took to get this production from page to stage.

Sunday, March 1 following the 7:30 PM show
An informal gathering that gives audience members an opportunity to partake of conversation about the play and a glass of wine (provided by the Embassy of Israel).

Sunday Symposium
Sunday, March 8 following the 2:00 PM show
What impact do family dynamics, systemic dysfunction, and inherited trauma have on identity? On Jewish identity? Join us for a conversation with a family and sibling therapist to unpack these challenging questions.

Supporting Angels
Mara Bralove and Ari Fisher
Rae Grad and Manuel Schiffres
Janet Leno and Peter Harrold
Mita M. Schaffer and Tina M. Martin
Dr. Kathryn Veal
Joan S. Wessel