The company's season will begin with a double bill of Nora, Ingmar Bergman's adaptation of Ibsen's A Doll's House; and In the Shadow of the Glen, a dark, comedic one-act by J.M. Synge. A production of Federico Garcia Lorca's passionate romantic tragedy Blood Wedding will be the company's second offering, entering the repertory schedule on March 5. Finally, on March 6, a production of S. Ansky's The Dybbuk, based on the Jewish folktale, in a new translation by Joseph C. Landis, will join the season.
Casting and creative teams for the productions will be announced shortly.
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