That show will be followed by Mark Rucker's production of N. Richard Nash's classic drama The Rainmaker (October 25-November 25), an adaptation of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol, starring James Carpenter as Scrooge (December 5-23), David Mamet's Hollywood satire Speed-the-Plow (January 4-February 3), Athol Fugard's provocative drama The Blood Knot (February 8-March 9), Nikolai Gogol's comedy The Government Inspector (March 20-April 20), Sam Shepard's dark comedy The Curse of the Starving Class (April 25-May 25), and John Ford's 17th-century play 'Tis Pity She's a Whore (June 5-July 6).
The company will also present two special events: a staging of The Tosca Project by artistic director Carey Perloff and Val Caniparoli, at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, October 26-28; and Jose Rivera's new play Brainpeople, January 26-February 16 at the Zeum Theater.
For more information, call 415-749-2250 or visit www.act-sf.org.
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