Review: THE ORIGINALIST at Court Theatre

Review: THE ORIGINALIST at Court Theatre

We must find a point where we can listen with reason to the other side so that we can engage in fruitful dialogue that genuinely brings forth change in our country.

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Court Appoints New Directors of Casting and Education

Court Appoints New Directors of Casting and Education

Court Theatre has announced the addition of Patrese D. McClain as Director of Education and Becca McCracken, C.S.A. as Casting Director.

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Review: ALL MY SONS at Court Theatre

Review: ALL MY SONS at Court Theatre

The production is one of roughly 300+ plays I’ve seen over the past two years. It is easily in the top three among all of those.

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Review: THE BELLE OF AMHERST at Court Theatre

Review: THE BELLE OF AMHERST at Court Theatre

With a sensational performance by Kate Fry and wonderfully exuberant direction from Sean Graney, this BELLE OF AMHERST shows a delightful Emily Dickinson full of life, imagination, great joy, and phosphorescence.

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Review: FIVE GUYS NAMED MOE at Court Theatre

Review: FIVE GUYS NAMED MOE at Court Theatre

Clarke Peters’ FIVE GUYS NAMED MOE, evoking so much positive energy and excitement, is an excellent kickoff to the season at Court Theatre.

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Court Announces Their FIVE GUYS NAMED MOE

Court Announces Their FIVE GUYS NAMED MOE

Court Theatre has announced the cast for their season opener, FIVE GUYS NAMED MOE by Clarke Peters, directed by Ron OJ Parson. Felicia P. Fields is Associate Director and music direction is by Abdul Hamid Royal. The musical, which features Louis Jordan’s greatest hits, runs September 7 – October 8.

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THE HARD PROBLEM Explores the Nature of Existence and Consciousness

THE HARD PROBLEM Explores the Nature of Existence and Consciousness

Early in THE HARD PROBLEM, an adorable couple in bed, bathing in a post-coital glow, begins to discuss what other intellectuals might at such a giddy time: the brain, neurobiology, and the nature of consciousness. This juxtaposition of the fluidity of feelings and the absolution of the scientific method sets the tone for the rest of the play.

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Court Announces 17/18 Season and Partial Casting

Court Announces 17/18 Season and Partial Casting

Court Theatre has announced their 17/18 season under Artistic Director Charles Newell.

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Necessary and Familiar, BLUES FOR AN ALABAMA SKY Rings True

Necessary and Familiar, BLUES FOR AN ALABAMA SKY Rings True

BLUES FOR AN ALABAMA SKY, written by Pearl Cleage and Directed by Ron OJ Parson, takes us back to the 1930s in Harlem. A time when the Great Depression brought about a series of economic challenges for African Americans, which resulted in a dramatic increase in unemployment and economic hardships. Maybe history does repeat itself…

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Court Has Its THE HARD PROBLEM Cast

Court Has Its THE HARD PROBLEM Cast

Court Theatre has announced casting for their spring production of THE HARD PROBLEM by Tom Stoppard.

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