Note from Greek Festival Artistic Director Brian Kulick

CHILDREN OF ORPHEUS   It was Auden who once observed,  “There could be no stronger proof of the riches and depths of Greek culture than its powers of appeal to …

Note from Doctor Faustus Artistic Director Brian Kulick

THE P.T. BARNUM OF THE LATE MIDDLE AGES.   Faust, unlike his literary compatriots, hails from our realm. Where Hamlet, Don Juan and Don Quixote are fictive by birth, Faust …

Note from Hamlet Artistic Director Brian Kulick

Hamlet’s Smile.   I often wonder: after all these centuries, is HAMLET still a play?  Or has it become something of a sporting event? In other words, has our watching of HAMLET changed …

Note from A Month in the Country Artistic Director Brian Kulick

There is a somewhat apocryphal story that when the Moscow Art Theatre asked to do Chekhov’s The Seagull, his immediate response was, “Why don’t you do Turgenev’s A MONTH IN …

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2017-2018 Season

RSC Director in Residence Owen Horsley leads a class in a close examination of three Roman Plays.

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