The festival’s lineup features work by José Cruz González, Lauren Gunderson, Tira Palmquist, and Mat Smart.
The Minnesota company’s first year under artistic director Sarah Rasmussen will include world premieres from Philip Dawkins and Idris Goodwin, plus all-female Shakespeare.
Operas, musicals, and classic plays are among the performances offered during the California university’s academic year.
Artistic director Matt Wolfe’s inaugural season includes a 65-person choral concert and productions of two classic American musicals.
A puppeteering adaptation of ‘King Lear’ kicks off the New York–based ensemble’s upcoming season.
The roster includes three new plays and a new play festival.
Themes of belief and family unite selections from the Southern California–based theatre’s 16th season.
Partnerships with local symphonies and playwrights commemorate the 400th anniversary of the Bard’s death.
The cutting-edge theatre will present a mixture of dramas, parodies, musicals, and a 19th-century tragedy.
Thirty-six playwrights have been commissioned to ‘translate’ the Shakespeare canon into contemporary English.