The company will present a digital cabaret series and its annual celebration of queer theatre artists.
The company will present short plays and full-length productions online for free.
The virtual lineup will include concerts, and episodic series, and a filmed play.
The 11-day virtual festival of new works will feature 40 projects streaming for free.
MTC will look to bring ‘Lackawanna Blues’ and ‘How I Learned to Drive’ to the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre during the season.
The season, opening in August 2021, will include Tony-winning productions and a pre-Broadway stop for ‘1776.’
The season will feature world premieres from Jeanne Sakata and Kate McAll.
The company’s digital spring programming will feature a cabaret series and virtual theatre performances.
The Dallas company will present a series of intersectional arts experiences in place of a traditional season.
The November festival will feature works from Avante Theatre Project, Teatro Vivo, and ProyectoTEATRO about the Latinx experience.