Mary-Arrchie Theatre Company has announced the line-up for the conclusion of its 26th season, and its entire 27th season schedule.

The end of the 26th season will feature Electra by Euripides, adapted and directed by Sonja Moser (July 6-29); Superior Donuts by Tracy Letts, directed by Matt Miller (July 17-26); and the annual Abbie Hoffman Died for Our Sins Theatre Festival XXIV (August 17-19).

The new season will see Sam Shepard's Geography of a Horse Dreamer, directed by Carlo Lorenzo Garcia and starring Rudy Galvan and Gavin Robinson (September 20-October 28); The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams, directed by Richard Cotovsky and Hans Fleischmann, featuring Maggie Cain, Joanne Dubach, Walter Briggs, & Fleischmann, with original music by Daniel Knox (December 9-January 20); Austin Pendleton's Uncle Bob directed by Cody Estle, featuring Richard Cotovsky and Rudy Galvan (February 14-March 24); and The Brig by Kenneth H. Brown, directed by Jennifer Markowitz (April 18-May 26).

For more information on the season, click here.