Roundabout Theatre Company, headed by artistic director and CEO Todd Haimes, declared Tuesday that the three female-written plays will probably be added into the 2020-2021 Off-Broadway season.

Sanaz Toossi’s”English” will make its world premiere in autumn of 2020, while Lindsey Ferrentino’s”The Year to Come” and Anna Ziegler’s”The Wanderers” will create their New York debuts in autumn of 2020 and winter 2021, respectively. ) Each one the plays handle first American tales and problems and will operate in the Harold & Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre in midtown Manhattan.

“The growth of new plays is now a core component of Roundabout’s assignment, and at the 2020-21 year, we are incorporating three exceptionally varied looks at life in America now,” Haimes said in a statement. “I can not wait for audiences to listen to what these three girls have to say”

Toossi’s drama”English” follows four mature pupils who share a classroom at Iran to search for the evaluation of English as a foreign language in efforts to make their fluency in the language. As the pupils persevere through their schooling, they expect that studying English will alter their lifestyles. Toossi is an Iranian-American playwright who wrote”Wish You Were Here.”

“The Year to Come” is put at a backyard swimming pool also follows an American household celebrating New Year’s Eve. The members expect their discussions will be cordial, but their viewpoints necessarily struggle, as they’ve completed year-after-year. The drama succeeds backward in time, remembering the exact same night from 2018 to 2000. Ferrentino’s”Ugly Lies the Bone” was a New York Times Critic’s Pick along with also her other works include”Amy and the Orphans” and”This Flat Earth.” She’s also a screenwriter, also will make her feature film debut with”Not Fade Away” starring Emily Blunt.

“The Wanderers” centers around Orthodox Jewish newlyweds called Esther and Schmuli, that are bound closely to the legislation of the Torah. Another bunch, the high profile Abe — a secular Jew — and Julia, are intertwined, despite both being married to other men and women. In the end, the play examines the intricacies and challenges of contemporary relationships.

“English,” will premiere in the Roundabout Underground while”The Year to Come” and”The Wanderers” will be held at the Laura Pels Theatre, all situated inside the Harold & Miriam Steinberg Center. Justin Martin will guide”The Year to Come” and Barry Edelstein will helm”The Wanderers.”