The season, which will now begin in November, will feature two world premieres and a Pulitzer winner.
The 10-minute plays are written and directed by Black women.
The company’s two-year exploration of Paula Vogel, Lynn Nottage, and Branden Jacobs-Jenkins will be presented as audio plays and podcasts.
The Connecticut company’s staff will also be pared to 21 employees as the theatre turns its attention to virtual programming.
Though no dates are set, the D.C. company’s season is planning to end with the pre-Broadway run of ‘A Strange Loop.’
The San Francisco company will produce a radio version of ‘A Christmas Carol,’ a film of a Heather Christian musical, plus five in-person productions.
The season will feature six productions and the launch of a new streaming platform.
The company will present virtual programming this fall, plus live performances starting in December.
The theatre hopes to film productions for online viewing, with an eye on returning to the stage in March 2021.
With no set date to return to the stage, Seattle Rep shifts its focus to its virtual programming.