This fall, consider adding one of our virtual programs to your curriculum for your High School and University students. Access an archived performance from our 2007-2008 Tennessee Williams Festival season, an international piece created by South African company, Abrahamse & Meyer Productions, or access UND3RGR0UND, a digital adaptation of Dostoyevsky's Notes from the Underground from our 2020-2021 Season of Isolations. Your theater students may also enjoy the 7-part lecture series on The Art of Directing by Lane Savadove, an online directing course offered as part of our spring CLASSics Online series.
Explore Tennessee’s early life as a young writer just coming out of the closet, set to a live New Orleans Jazz band.
This virtual adaptation of Dostoyevsky's
Notes from Underground focuses on Philadelphia's racial tensions.
O'Neill’s powerful classic is re-set in rural colonial South Africa, where a British farmer brings home a Xhosa bride.