Brave New World Repertory Theatre has announced plans for its Spring Residency 2012 at the Brooklyn Lyceum, which will run April 1-May 13.

The residency will include two tales of Brooklyn in rotating repertory. There will be a return engagement of Shakespeare's The Merry Wives of Windsor (Terrace) (April 18-May 2), set in Windsor Terrace in the 80's as well as the first ever Brooklyn production of Fabulation, or, the Re-education of Undine (April 25-May 9) by Lynn Nottage.

Brave New World will also present a Studio Conservatory for Young People, six weeks of age-appropriate classes tailored for students aged 3-21. A spring break mini-camp will teach kids ages 7-11 about puppetry and performance (April 16-20). The residency will also feature BNW's Sunday Tea Reading Series, which will present readings of classic, neglected, and new plays by Brooklyn playwrights.

For more information about Brave New World Repertory's Spring Residency 2012, click here.