The Antaeus Company will present staged readings of six classics in Classics Fest 2012, Part I, March 18-April 22.

The festival's staged readings will include Eugene O'Neill's Moon for the Misbegotten (March 18 and 19), directed by Don Eitner; Arthur Miller's The Crucible (March 25 and 26), directed by Armin Shimerman; Timberlake Wertenbaker's Our Country's Good (April 1), directed by Elizabeth Swain; Thornton Wilder's The Skin of Our Teeth (April 8 and 9), directed by Robert Egan; Carlo Goldoni's The Liar (April 15 and 16), directed by Frank Dwyer; and Oedipus: Parts I & II by Sophocles (April 22), directed by Casey Stangl.

All readings will take place at 7 pm. Admission is free with a ten dollar suggested donation at the door.

For more information and tickets to ClassicsFest 2012, Part I, click here.