We are thrilled to bring you a season of classics that builds upon Court’s history of artistic innovation and collaboration. Experience the tenth installment of August Wilson’s American Century Cycle, an inventive interpretation of a monster tale, a celebration of a brilliant female scientist, a courageous staging of song and poetry by seven African American women, and the world premiere of a classic American novel.
By Anna Ziegler
Directed by Vanessa Stalling
History may well remember the work of Watson and Crick, but it was British chemist Rosalind Franklin who provided the key to the double helix DNA discovery. Photograph 51 shares the complex story of an ambitious female scientist in a world of men, her pursuit for the secret of life, and her forgotten accomplishments.
WHO HAVE CONSIDERED SUICIDE WHEN THE RAINBOW IS ENUF
by Ntozake Shange
directed by Seret Scott
A sisterhood of seven women tell their stories through dramatic prose poetry, music, and movement. Told in vivid language, their experiences resound with fearless beauty and unity, despite exposing the unending challenges and oppressions that women of color face every day.
By David Auburn, adapted from the novel by Saul Bellow
Directed by Charles Newell
Young Augie March is a product of the Great Depression: resourceful, searching for love, and striving to grow up and away from home. Augie explores what it takes to succeed in the world as a true individual.