2022/23 Season Announcement

We are excited to share our 2022/23 Season with you!

Everybody

By Branden Jacobs-Jenkins

Directed by Jennifer Chang

Dates: September 11 – October 17, 2022

As previously announced, our first production of the season will be Everybody by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, a modern riff on the 15th-century morality play Everyman. This play takes us on a journey of life’s greatest mystery – the meaning of living. We are thrilled to have Jennifer Chang at the helm for this production with an amazing cast and creative team. Single Tickets on Sale Now!

Love and Information

By Caryl Churchill

Directed by Emily Chase

Dates: February 26 – April 3, 2023

We look forward to continuing our exploration of playwright Caryl Churchill (Top Girls, Cloud 9) with her 2012 play, Love and Information. This play explores who we’ve become in the 21st century, how we’ve changed, and what remains essential to our humanity. We are so happy to have Emily Chase (Eight Nights) direct this production.

The Tempest

By William Shakespeare

Directed by Nike Doukas

Dates: June 11 – July 17, 2023

The third production of the season will be William Shakespeare’s The Tempest in June 2023. We can’t wait to delve into this world of loss and redemption – themes we find particularly timely during the pandemic. We know that director Nike Doukas (The Hothouse) is the perfect person to bring this world of magical beasts and magnificent storms to life!

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Subscriptions includes one ticket to each of our 2022/23 Season productions: Everybody, Love and Information, and The Tempest.

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And Don’t Forget! We will also be releasing a free audio recording of Jennifer Rowland’s The Changeling, directed by Cameron Watson. Make sure you are subscribed to our podcast so you don’t miss it!

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