2002-2003

A MONTH IN THE COUNTRY
By Ivan Turgenev
Translated by Stephen Mulrine
Directed by Dan Rigazzi
September 21 – October 20, 2002
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26 years before the Moscow Art Theatre’s famous production of Chekhov’s The Seagull, Ivan Turgenev’s A Month in the Country blazed the trail for the theatrical revolution to come.
 
 

PRELUDE TO A KISS
By Craig Lucas
Directed by Glenn Krutoff
November 7 – December 8, 2002
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A bewitching, modern day fairy tale that propels the audience through exhilarating emotional turns on a journey toward answering the age-old question: what do we fall in love with — the body or the soul?
 
 
THE WOMAN FROM THE SEA
A new play by Spence Porter
Based on Henrik Ibsen’s The Lady from the Sea
Directed by Terry Schreiber
January 23 – February 23
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A fresh, contemporary look at an Ibsen classic. His heroine, Ellida, confronts the question — what does a woman want most?
 
 
THE GIFT (US Premiere)
Written and Directed by Shauna Kanter
March 13 – April 13
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A daughter discovers the secret legacy of her all too human father in this compelling story of courage and cowardice on the eve of WWII and the present day. The Gift premiered in England at The Bristol Old Vic Theatre in 1995.
 
 
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