The season, the last under artistic director Preston Whiteway, will take place entirely online.
The season includes a Greek tragedy and an absurdist masterpiece, as well as new protocols for health and safety.
The season will feature three world premieres and the Off-Broadway hit ‘Octet.’
The festival will be livestreamed on Facebook and will feature a reading from a canceled 2020 production.
The Massachusetts theatre will remain closed for the summer months.
Dates and venues for the 2020-21 season will be announced throughout the year to allow flexibility.
The move reinforces the organization’s mission of giving playwrights time and resources to develop new work.
The company has cancelled two shows in the lineup and has pushed the season to November.
Two canceled 2019-20 productions highlight a shortened 3-show season.
In lieu of a 2020-21 season, the musical theatre-focused Minneapolis theatre will reinvest in artists.