A continuation of Shakespeare’s Hamlet, Ophelia rises from the water to find herself in a neo-Elizabethan Appalachian setting where nothing is what it seems.
A young, witty and charmingly neurotic woman retreats from a failed marriage to her upper class hometown in which a getaway weekend of party after party gives way to the rest of her life.
The killing of an Eldritch, Missouri, resident unravels the truth about the decaying Bible Belt town and its townspeople as the murder trial unfolds.
The scene for this comedy-drama is Hazlehurst, Mississippi, where the three Magrath sisters have gathered to await news of the family patriarch, their grandfather, who is living out his last hours in the local hospital.
Set in early 1980s Britain, Top Girls examines the role of women in society and what being a successful woman means as told by an eclectic group of historical and modern characters in a continuous conversation across ages and generations.
A man lusts after his friend’s wife, triggering a revenge plot and a dizzying spell of complications in this celebrated French farce.
From the inevitability of long, cold winters to the possibility of domestic violence to the continuing spectra of racial conflict – the lives of a group of African-American women change when the West is opened for settlement.
Five one-act plays by Tennessee Williams that share the perception of life as it is and the passion for life as it ought to be.
Plunge down the rabbit hole and take a colorful journey through Wonderland with the Repertory Dance Company as they delve into the subconscious, where dreams intertwine with reality to reveal surreal discoveries.
A sweet, dreamy, romantic comedy about the passionate and idiosyncratic exploration of the nature of love.
One of the most controversial works in English literature, an incestuous love affair between a brother and sister turns into a vengeful tragedy.
Inspired by the true story of a murder trial in New York City, The Iphigenia Project, created by the M.F.A. third-year actors and director David Bridel, blends satire, social realism and the themes of Greek Tragedy in its investigation of the justice system today.
In this poetic tale set in ancient Baghdad, a young master storyteller postpones her own execution by charming a mad king with her magical fables.
A spring production that showcases our second-year M.F.A. in Acting students.
It’s 1979 and while a bride-to-be and her extended three-generational family enjoy the fruits of material success in their adopted country, they remain haunted by memories of their native Cuba.
Composer Frank Loesser scored his greatest artistic triumph with this touching, dramatic and intensely personal love story about a middle-aged vintner whose mail-order marriage proposal is accepted under the girl’s mistaken assumption that a photo of his young, handsome foreman is her intended husband.
In 1861, Mrs. Elizabeth Packard is committed to an insane asylum by her preacher husband because of his disagreement with her liberal views of religion and child-rearing.
Dissatisfied with marriage and divorce laws, a prospective bride and groom and their families attempt to frame a contract to suit their needs and end up in total disagreement.
Rock out and relive the best of Britain’s music and culture as the Repertory Dance Company celebrates decades of pop and rock from the United Kingdom through dance.