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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.
A new event series, Inside the Mission, explores parts of Court Theatre's mission statement through conversations with artists and academics.
At Court, First Rehearsals are a tradition that bring together all the people who are critical to making any production happen, from inception to full realization onstage.
Since opening night on November 11, critics have been sharing their reviews of
The Belle of Amherst.
Blues for an Alabama Sky and Man in the Ring take the big wins of the evening.
Court Theatre announces that Stephen J. Albert will step down as Executive Director after more than eight years with the company. He will remain at Court until the beginning of the 2018-2019 season as the University and Court Theatre initiate a national search for a successor.
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.
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