The Donmar Warehouse will launch an annual three-month residency at Trafalgar Studios 2 later this year, according to a report on the website for the U.K. magazine, The Stage. Beginning in September, the Donmar will stage three productions over 12 weeks every year for the next three years at the venue.

The artists participating in the productions at the Trafalgar Studios will be graduates from Donmar's Resident Assistant Director Scheme (RAD). The first productions in this endeavor will be Charlotte Westenra's staging of Beau Willimon's play about hurricane Katrina, Lower Ninth; Roisin McBrinn's production of a new adaptation of Italian playwright Alessandro Baricco's portrait of a jazz musician, Novecento, and Chris Rolls' revival of Jean Cocteau's Les Parents Terribles, translated by Jeremy Sams.

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