The season will feature the final time to see the company’s 40-year annual holiday production of “A Christmas Carol” before a 2021 revamp.
The Rep’s 2020-21 season will feature three musicals, a classic play, and two plays by contemporary American playwrights.
The season will include two world premieres and an Oscar Wilde adaptation.
The season features a diverse slate of works new and old, all directed by women, and an emphasis on local collaborations and community partnerships.
The season will feature the return of two annual favorites and a new play from Idris Goodwin.
Highlights include the return of director Joe Dowling, revivals of ‘In the Heights and Les Blancs,’ and Kathleen Turner as Molly Ivins.
The summer season will feature 6 plays in rotating repertory, including 4 world premieres.
The season will feature two world premieres, including a community project with deep Pittsburgh roots.
The family-friendly lineup will feature puppet shows, musicals, folktales, and more.
Artistic director John Doyle will helm two of the productions.