The History of Invulnerability
Apr 8 to May 4
For every Superman, there must be a Jerry Siegel—the creative brains behind the fantasy brawn. Siegel, a Jewish writer creating comics on the brink of...
The Whipping Man
Feb 5 to Mar 15
The Civil War has ended, but for some, the struggle has just begun. A Jewish Confederate soldier, wounded in war, has returned from the battlefield...
Feb 25 to Mar 23
“It’s a good story,” says the lone figure, just emerged from the darkness, as he launches into this modern, enthralling adaptation of Homer’s epic poem...
Brecht's Works in English: A Bibliography
The Bibliography of Bertolt Brecht's Works in English Translation is a cooperative project of the International Brecht Society and the Bertolt-Brecht-Archiv (Akademie der Künste, Berlin)....
Optimist Theatre presents "To Be! Shakespeare Here and Now"
The Law Portal (an art law resource)
The goal of The Law Portal is to present legal primers--relatively brief summaries of the law for non-lawyers--on matters that affect the arts, artists and...
Act I usually presents a fall production, a spring production (often a children's theater production), and a parlor concert (around the 4th of July) featuring...
Al. Ringling Theatre / ART Friends
Built in 1915 by Al. Ringling, the eldest of the famed Ringling Brothers, the Al. Ringling Theatre is a community-based, nonprofit organization owned and operated...
Alley Stage presents original plays and performances in an historic, rustic outdoor setting.
Nothing Like the Sun: Scenes of Love in Shakespeare’s Plays and Poems
This seminar will look at the theme of love in scenes selected from Shakespeare's most famous plays and poems, focusing on both understanding the texts...
Dates: Jul 20 to Jul 26
Agamemnon, Oedipus and Medea
Aeschylus’ Agamemnon, Sophocles’ Oedipus the King and Euripides’ Medea, are indubitably the most famous of all extant Greek tragedies. Participants will study these three dramas...
Dates: Sep 14 to Sep 19