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2017-2018 Season

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Individual tickets to the remaining productions go on sale August 1, 2017.

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Five Guys Named Moe

Sep 07, 2017 — Oct 08, 2017

A Musical by Clarke Peters
Featuring Louis Jordan's Greatest Hits
Originally Produced at Theatre Royal Stratford East
Directed by Ron OJ Parson
with Associate Director Felicia P. Fields
and Music Director Abdul Hamid Royal

Featuring hit songs by saxophonist and songwriter Louis Jordan, Five Guys Named Moe introduces Nomax: broke and newly single, he is singing the blues late into the night and needs the unexpected help of friends to ease his broken heart.

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The Belle of Amherst

Nov 02, 2017 — Dec 03, 2017

By William Luce
Directed by Sean Graney

Original poems, diary entries, and letters welcome us into Emily Dickinson’s home, where she shares snippets of joy amongst the heartache of an isolated and misunderstood life.

All My Sons

Jan 11, 2018 — Feb 11, 2018

By Arthur Miller
Directed by Charles Newell

Local businessman Joe Keller developed a bitter history with his business partner, but when love blossoms between his son Chris and his partner’s daughter Ann, Joe is destined to face old demons in this electrifying family drama.

Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner

Mar 15, 2018 — Apr 15, 2018

By Todd Kreidler
Based on the screenplay Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner
Directed by Marti Lyons
with Associate Director Wardell Julius Clark

Matt and Christina Drayton live a comfortable, white, upper-class lifestyle in 1960s San Francisco, but when their daughter returns home intending to marry black physician John Prentice, their longtime progressive values are challenged.

The Originalist

May 10, 2018 — Jun 10, 2018

By John Strand
Directed by Molly Smith
with Associate Director Seema Sueko
Featuring Edward Gero as Antonin Scalia

The Asolo Repertory Theatre | Arena Stage | Pasadena Playhouse Production: When a Harvard Law graduate takes on a clerkship with Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, one of America’s most brilliant and polarizing figures, she discovers in him an infuriating opponent and an unexpected mentor.

Spotlight Reading Series

Court’s Spotlight Reading Series aims to rediscover plays by writers of color largely missing from the American stage. All readings are free and open to the public.

Spotlight Reading: The Electronic Nigger

Sep 16, 2017

by Ed Bullins
directed by Cedric Mays
at ESO Theater

Actor and writer Cedric Mays directs The Electronic Nigger by Ed Bullins. The play introduces us to  A.T. Carpentier, a college student in his late thirties, who signs up for a creative writing course and continually interrupts the class with his pretentious anecdotes and speeches. Written in 1968, this provocative comedy deals with the danger of rhetoric of any kind.

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Special Events

First Rehearsal: Five Guys Named Moe

Aug 08, 2017


Producers’ Circle Members, Leading Donors, and Supporting Donors are invited to the First Rehearsal of Five Guys Named Moe including a meet and greet with the cast and artists. Court Resident Artist Ron OJ Parson will welcome everyone and introduce the artistic team, who will present set, lighting, and costume designs.

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University of Chicago Harper Lecture featuring Nicholas Rudall

Sep 10, 2017

in Los Angeles, California

Court Theatre's Founding Artistic Director Nicholas Rudall will speak about the three Greek plays he translated for Court Theatre’s Greek Cycle: Iphigenia in Aulis, Agamemnon, and Electra.  He will also explore the broader subject of Greek theatre and how the subjects of ancient history are relevant today.

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UChicago Student Night: Five Guys Named Moe

Oct 06, 2017

A Musical by Clarke Peters
based on the songs of Louis Jordan
Directed by Ron OJ Parson
with Associate Director Felicia P. Fields
AND MUSIC DIRECTOR ABDUL HAMID ROYAL

Featuring hit songs by saxophonist and songwriter Louis Jordan, Five Guys Named Moe introduces Nomax: broke and newly single, he is singing the blues late into the night and needs the unexpected help of friends to ease his broken heart. University of Chicago students are invited to enjoy FREE pizza after the performance.

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2004-2005 Season

Quartet

Feb 03, 2005 — Feb 27, 2005

Endgame

Jun 02, 2005 — Jun 26, 2005