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Scenic designer John Culbert talks about his design process, plans for the production, and the thrill of creating a world onstage.
Charles Newell, Court's Marilyn F. Vitale Artistic Director, shares his passion for the classic American stories we explore in Winter/Spring 2018.
University of Chicago Professor Richard Strier speaks to Emily's unique and timeless poetic talent, and what she would think about scholars studying her today.
In The Belle of Amherst, Emily Dickinson serves up her famous “black cake” to audiences. Enjoy a video of Court staffers' attempt to bake the cake and read the recipe.
Since opening night on November 11, critics have been sharing their reviews of
The Belle of Amherst.
Some spend $100 an hour for the opportunity to write in Emily Dickinson’s bedroom, her refuge and writing space.
Scholar W. Clark Gilpin takes a look at Emily Dickinson's process of submitting her poetry to Atlantic Monthly.
Charles Newell, Marilyn F. Vitale Artistic Director, talks about Court's approach to All My Sons.
This summer, Court Theatre was honored to remount its production of Iphigenia in Aulis at the Getty Villa stage in Malibu, California. The reprisal of Iphigenia was not so much a remount as a new production—the same translation and team, but with a different set of questions and challenges.
A conversation with costume designer Samantha Jones, who created beautiful outfits for Kate Fry as Emily Dickinson in Court Theatre's THE BELLE OF AMHERST.
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