June 30 - July 11 Main StageThe Romans are coming! With a nod and a wink to Plautus, director Jessica Stone helms an all-male troop of actors into the comic fray with this fresh, "old" take on American master and Pulitzer Prize winner, Stephen Sondheim's raucous musical classic. With Tony nominee Christopher Fitzgerald leading the charge as Pseudolus, a slave who must win his freedom by... Read More
July 29 - August 9 Main StageTony-nominated stage and screen actor Dylan Baker directs this side-splitting 1920s farce in which a troupe of amateur actors rehearse and perform a show-stopping new playâ€”or try to with all their might. Their stage is riddled with comedic drama, suspense, and good old-fashioned witty mayhem, similar to both Noises Off and Boeing Boeing.
July 1 - July 12 Main StageTony-nominee John Tillinger directs this timeless Gurney classic set in a large summer home on an island off the coast of Massachusetts. When an estranged brother's return and a mother's impending marriage recall painful memories of their father’s death, seething arguments reignite one family’s struggle with its tragic past and uncertain future.
July 11 - July 22 Nikos StageGerald and Sara Murphy were at the center of the circle of artists, including F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway and Pablo Picasso, who migrated to France in the 1920s. Set on the sun-soaked coast of the French Riviera, this new play commissioned by the Festival and written by Crispin Whittell (DARWIN IN MALIBU), explores the lives, loves and losses of... Read More
August 2 - August 13 Main Stage"A plague on both your houses!" ROMEO AND JULIET, one of Shakespeare's earliest plays, has become western culture's defining romance. As old as the ancient Italian town in which it's set, yet as urgent, inevitable and shocking as today's headlines. A star-crossed couple, more in love than any two people have a right to be, find each other, and are... Read More
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