2022 Season Announcement

2022 Season Announcement

Season Announcement

In 2022, we will produce two full productions, two reading series, and free digital programming. The season will include both classics and new plays that explore our place in the world and touch the hearts and minds of our audiences. Season subscription packages are available now with single tickets coming soon.

Season subscribers receive discounted tickets, avoid ticketing fees, have early access to premium seating, and get invitations to exclusive events. Become a subscriber today! 

ClassicsFest 2022

Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov in a new version by Sarah Ruhl
Directed by Nike Doukas

The Hot L Baltimore by Lanford Wilson
Directed by Julia Fletcher

Mud by María Irene Fornés
Directed by Jonathan Muñoz-Proulx

Dates: February 25 - February 28

We’ll kick things off with our signature ClassicsFest series. Over the course of four days, we’ll present multiple staged readings of the Sarah Ruhl adaptation of Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov; The Hot L Baltimore by Lanford Wilson; and Mud by María Irene Fornés.

Lab Results 2022

Speakeasy by Khari Wyatt

HERe by Aja Houston

Ghost Bicycle by Sean Abley

Killer by Steve Apostolina

Circle Forward by Deb Hiett

Dates: April 1 - 4, 2022

Experience staged readings of five new plays by talented and provocative writers, each developed in the Antaeus Playwrights Lab.

Hamlet

Written By William Shakespeare

Directed by: Elizabeth Swain

Dates: May 15 - June 20, 2022

We feel there has never been a better time for Antaeus to explore what is perhaps the greatest classic of all time, Willam Shakespeare’s Hamlet. The questions it raises have never been more relevant as the pandemic has forced many of us to examine our places in the universe. We’re thrilled that company member Elizabeth Swain will be back to helm this masterpiece.

Everybody

Written by: Branden Jacobs-Jenkins

Directed by: Jennifer Chang

Dates: September 11 - October 17, 2022

Everybody by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, a modern riff on the 15th-century morality play Everyman, was a finalist for the 2018 Pulitzer Prize.

This is the story of “Everybody,” as we journey through life’s greatest mystery—the meaning of living. Symbolizing the randomness of life and death, some of the cast are assigned roles by lottery during the show, creating a unique viewing experience each night. 

The Changeling

Written by: Jennifer Rowland

Directed by: Cameron Watson

Coming Fall 2022

We’ll be releasing a bonus free audio recording of Lab writer Jennifer Rowland’s The Changeling, directed by Cameron Watson in Fall 2022.

The Zip Code Plays

Seasons One, Two, & Three Available Now!

Celebrate the diverse culture and history of Los Angeles with The Zip Code Plays. These audio plays are written by local playwrights, performed by Antaeus Actors, and enhanced with immersive sound design – all at no cost to you!

Two Plays

Two Plays & Four Readings

Two Plays & Eight Readings

Buy Now, Choose Later – $60 each
 
This subscription includes one ticket to our 2022 productions of Hamlet and Everybody.
Buy Now, Choose Later – $120 each
 
This subscription includes one ticket to our 2022 productions of Hamlet and Everybody as well as four tickets to use as you please for any ClassicsFest or LAB RESULTS reading. 
Buy Now, Choose Later – $175 each
 
This subscription includes one ticket to our 2022 productions of Hamlet and Everybody as well as eight tickets to use as you please for any ClassicsFest or LAB RESULTS reading. 

Covid Policy: Antaeus requires proof of full vaccination (including a  booster dose if eligible) to enter the building. Masks must also be worn at all times inside the building.

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