Wuthering Heights-St.Ann’s Warehouse; Eleanor and Alice-Urban Stages; Merciful Delusions – Theatre Row; Migguel Anggelo-English With An Accent; MTC-Where the Mountain Meets the Sea; 38th Marathon of One-Act Plays – EST

Manhattan Theatre Club’s (MTC) New York premiere of Where the Mountain Meets the Sea, written by AUDELCO Award nominee Jeff Augustin (The New Englanders, “The Morning Show”) and directed by Princess Grace Award winner Joshua Kahan Brody, with music by The Bengsons (Hundred DaysThe Lucky Ones), in previews at New York City Center – Stage I (131 West 55th Street). Opening night is set for Wednesday, November 2. The cast of Where the Mountain Meets the Sea features Billy Eugene Jones (Fat Ham, Passing Strange) and Chris Myers (How I Learned to Drive at MTC, An Octoroon). www.manhattantheatreclub.com

Wise Childen’s Wuthering Heights – a new musical by Emma Rice (based on Emily Bronte novel), at St. Ann’s Warehouse October 14 thru November 6. www.stannswarehouse.org

Ensemble Studio Theatre’s 38th Marathon of One-Act Plays, which will be fully comprised of work from artists who identify as Black, Indigenous & People of Color (BIPOC). Ensemble Studio Theatre (545 West 52nd Street) presents eleven plays curated by Co-Artistic Directors Mike Lew (Teenage Dick) and Colette Robert (Behind the Sheet). Ten plays will be presented across two different series from Sunday October 16 through Sunday November 13. An eleventh play, Yan Tután, will be streamed October 23 to November 13 in collaboration with Perseverance Theatre in Alaska. You can find the full marathon schedule here: ensemblestudiotheatre.org.

Tennessee Williams’ Merciful Delusions at Theatre Row – Nov. 2 thru 12. Delusions of grandeur is a common theme throughout these 4-one act plays. You will see a stargazing would-be lumberjack trapped in a life with a sickly woman and child, a surreal look at the world through the eyes of a dreamer, a delusional romantic writer falling in-love with the precursor of Streetcar’s Blanche and finally a dying prostitute with a fantasy love interest. Directed by Tony Award Nominee Lorraine Serabian. TICKETS HERE

Urban Stages presents Eleanor and Alice (Conversations between two remarkable Roosevelts), by Ellen Abrams, directed by Frances Hill November 13 thru December 4 and starring Tony Award winner Trezana Beverley as Eleanor Roosevelt and Drama Desk Award Winner Mary Bacon as Alice Roosevelt Longworth. www.urbanstages.org

MIGGUEL ANGGELO- Venezuelan-American Songwriter, brings English with an Accent to Lincoln Center’s Clark StudioTheater, December 1 – 3. The production combines original music with dance and theater exploring the intersections of his queer, Latino and Immigrant identities. Watch a performance trailer HERE. Album out Dec. 2, watch “So Ironic” music video  HERE