A national survey of new, old, and new/old projects, ranging widely in size, shape, and intention.
Globe practitioners will run workshops for students, teachers, and the public during the free April festival.
The season will be the first in the company’s new home, the Otto M. Budig Theater.
From traditional adaptations to musicals to improv, the six novels of the Regency-era author seem to make theatrical sense and sensibility.
Next season, the classical theatre will conclude its four-year Shakespeare history cycle project with ‘Henry VI’ and ‘Richard III.’
In kicking off the Bard’s ‘Henry VI’ trilogy and closing with a Caesarian double bill, the troupe puts its ensemble talent front and center.
With an emphasis on local talent and on presenting a range of classics—including all by its namesake playwright—Cincy Shakes has built both its repertoire and its reputation.