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The Tragedy of Othello

Through scenic design that places audiences in the middle of the action, this telling of The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice grapples with how complex notions of race, gender, and complicity speak to a world on the brink of change.


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Mirrors and Misconceptions

Mirrors and Misconceptions pairs the visual art of Fred Wilson’s Murano Glass sculpture, Act V. Scene II Exeunt Omnes—the final stage direction in Shakespeare’s Othello—with Court Theatre’s production of The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice to build conversation and community while exploring themes on how Blackness is othered and perceived. Get Tickets →

Talk-Back Series

Court Theatre is thrilled to collaborate with The Covey Group for a series of unique post-show discussions about The Tragedy of Othello, the Moor of Venice beginning October 30th. Learn More →

2021/22 Season

After more than a year apart, we are thrilled be welcoming audiences back to Court to experience the 2021/22 Season together. This season provides opportunities for reflection, healing, and celebration as we transition back to live performances.  Explore the plays →