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2022-2023 Season


Feb 10, 2023 — Mar 05, 2023

The Gospel at Colonus

May 12, 2023 — Jun 11, 2023

Adaptation and Original Lyrics by Lee Breuer
Adapted Lyrics by Lee Breuer and Bob Telson
Music by Bob Telson
Directed by Mark J.P. Hood and Charles Newell
with Associate Director TaRon Patton

Soulful and stirring, The Gospel at Colonus reimagines the story of Oedipus as the centerpiece of an African American Pentecostal church service. A redemptive celebration, this one-of-a-kind theatrical event breathes new life into a classic myth with a score of powerful gospel music.

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2023-2024 Season

The Lion in Winter

Nov 03, 2023 — Dec 03, 2023

by James Goldman
Directed by Resident Artist Ron OJ Parson

It is Christmas in the 12th century, and Henry II’s family is in tatters. His wife, and sworn enemy, has just been released from prison; his three sons are gridlocked in duplicitous scheming; and his mistress is betrothed to his son. The Lion in Winter depicts a family’s attempt to persevere in the face of staggering egos, ruthless ambition, and deceit at every turn. Resident Artist Ron OJ Parson directs this clever, Tony Award-winning epic with humor and heart.


Feb 02, 2024 — Feb 25, 2024

by Sophocles
Directed by Gabrielle Randle-Bent,
Associate Artistic Director

As Antigone mourns her brothers, she must decide if she will sacrifice her life to balance the scales of justice. Associate Artistic Director Gabrielle Randle-Bent’s interpretation of Sophocles’ masterwork - featuring Aeriel Williams in the titular role and Timothy Edward Kane as King Creon - renders Antigone electrifyingly alive, situating this tale in our modern conversation about the price of democracy, and asking - crucially - if it's a price we're willing to pay.

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead

Mar 29, 2024 — Apr 21, 2024

by Tom Stoppard
Directed by Charles Newell,
Marilyn F. Vitale Artistic Director

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead spotlights two of Shakespeare’s minor characters as they wrestle with fundamental, pressing questions of identity, loss, fate, friendship, and the absurdity of existence. Charles Newell’s deconstructed interpretation propels the story forward with newfound immediacy, urging us to reconsider what we know about Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, Hamlet, and perhaps even Stoppard himself.

The Unfinished Revolution

May 24, 2024 — Jun 16, 2024

by Nambi E. Kelley
Directed by Tasia A. Jones

Civil rights activist Kwame Ture, born Stokely Carmichael, was a towering icon; a man of immense domestic and international importance. But he was also just that: a man. Blending the historical and the personal, Stokely: The Unfinished Revolution asks: how can you trust someone with a movement when you can’t trust them with your heart? Tasia A. Jones makes her Court directorial debut with playwright Nambi E. Kelley’s evocative world premiere.

Spotlight Reading Series

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

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