The San Diego REPertory Theatre has announced that its 2004-2005 season will include Regina Taylor's adaptation of Michael Cunningham and Craig Marberry's Crowns, a new gospel musical; Edward Albee's The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?; D.W Jacobs's new 90-minute version of Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol; the Flying Karamazov Brothers in Life: A Guide For The Perplexed; and the father and son team of Luis and Kinan Valdez in Corridos Remix, a tale told in song, dance and image that riffs on a traditional Mexican form from a multi-cultural, multi-lingual, and multi-generational perspective.

In addition, Shakespeare's King Lear will be presented as part of a special educational series that includes workshops, seminars, and student performances. And the REP will offer two festivals celebrating African and Jewish Diaspora culture: The 13th Annual Kuumba Festival and The 12th Annual Lipinsky Family San Diego Jewish Arts Festival.

For information on subscriptions and single ticket sales, visit the REP box office at 79 Horton Plaza in San Diego, phone 619-544-1000, or log on to the company's website.