A Philadelphia critic turns to filmed versions of the shows he had planned to cover this month.
The season will include the return of a holiday classic as well as plays from Tom Stoppard and Lynn Nottage.
The lineup includes a fresh mix of classics, contemporary productions, a world premiere adaptation, and a beloved christmas standard.
The season will feature a world premiere musical and works by Tom Stoppard, David Ives, Harold Pinter, and Shakespeare.
The Philly theatre will mount new plays set in the past, including ‘Red Velvet’ by Lolita Chakrabarti, and the world premiere of ‘The Craftsman’ by Bruce Graham.
Above and beyond union efforts, some U.S. theatres are making better compensation a central mission.
Dutton will bring her experience in investment management to the position.
Next season at the Philadelphia theatre features a mix of new plays and classics, including a ‘Coriolanus’ featuring Tina Packer.
Artistic director Charles McMahon contributes a new work about the iconic author. Also on the roster are plays by Naomi Iizuka, Anna Ziegler and Glen Berger.