The season, which will be available entirely online, will now begin in November.
The lineup will feature digital productions, a site-specific project, an audio play, and more.
The virtual season will feature digital dance performances, a multidisciplinary project inspired by James Baldwin, and a community engagement project.
The season will feature a mix of virtual readings and discussions, with a return to the stage scheduled for spring 2021.
The theatre’s 2020-21 season will feature three short stories and two serialized audio dramas.
The theatre’s additional programming will be made available globally through virtual memberships.
The theatre plans to present 2 in-person productions in 2021.
The Florida theatre’s productions of ‘Billy Elliot’ and ‘Three Musketeers’ have been postponed and canceled, respectively.
The season will feature in-person as well as live streaming offerings.
The company will move its 2020-21 season lineup to 2021-22, and will present five socially distant productions.