Posted by Louise Kennedy March 25, 2010 02:23 PM
Actors' Shakespeare Project has announced its seventh season, and it goes well beyond Shakespeare next winter, with new plays by local heroes Jon Lipsky and John Kuntz. Lipsky's "Living in Exile" and Kuntz's "Hotel Nepenthe" wiill be bracketed by a Henriad in the fall and "Antony and Cleopatra" in the spring. New artistic director Allyn Burrows also says he plans to have both text and vocal coaches for every production, and he promises to draw more directors from the troupe's resident company. More info on this and on the current season -- "Othello" now, "Timon of Athens" opening in May -- here.
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