A number of native theater corporations have unveiled their seasons lineup in current weeks. Right here’s a have a look at the just lately introduced lineups by Yard Renaissance, San Diego Musical Theatre and Coronado Playhouse.
Yard Renaissance Theatre Co.
Yard, cofounded by Francis Gercke, Jessica John and Anthony Methvin, has introduced its eighth season, which can characteristic three Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning performs, all introduced on the Tenth Avenue Arts Middle in East Village. For particulars, go to backyardrenaissance.com.
“God of Carnage” by Yasmina Reza: Winner of the 2009 Tony Award for Finest New Play, this comedy is a couple of two units of fogeys, whose assembly to calmly focus on the battle that occurred between their sons devolves into chaos. Gercke and John will co-star within the manufacturing. March 2-25.
“August: Osage County” by Tracy Letts: Winner of the 2008 Tony Award for Finest New Play and the 2008 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, this tragicomedy chronicles a household’s disintegration on the funeral of their patriarch. Gercke will direct and John and Deborah Gilmour Smyth will co-star. Aug. 24-Sept. 16.
“Proof” by David Auburn: This winner of the 2001 Tony Award for Finest New Play and the 2001 Pulitzer Prize for Drama is a couple of younger mathematician who could have inherited each her father’s genius for equations and his psychological sickness. Methvin will direct. Nov. 16-Dec. 9.
San Diego Musical Theatre
San Diego Musical Theatre has introduced a three-show season at its new dwelling theater, SDMT Stage in Kearny Mesa. For particulars, go to sdmt.org.
“Something Goes” by Cole Porter, Man Bolton and P.G. Wodehouse: This faucet dance-heavy musical comedy, which debuted in 1935 and had a Tony-winning 1987 revival, is a love story and comedy set aboard an ocean liner crossing the Atlantic. Feb. 10-March 12.
“Xanadu” by Douglas Carter Beane, Jeff Lynne and John Farrar: Based mostly on the 1980 movie of the identical title, this 2007 Broadway musical comedy is the story of a struggling road artist who finds a muse in Clio, the daughter of Zeus, who arrives in Venice Seaside along with her sisters to encourage the creation of a curler disco. Might 5-June 4.
“The Addams Household Musical” by Andrew Lippa, Mashall Brickman and Rick Elice: This 2009 Broadway musical was impressed by Charles Addams’ cartoon characters a couple of spooky American household. Sept. 29-Oct. 29.
Coronado’s 78th season will characteristic six productions, together with a coproduction with Blindspot Collective. All performances happen on the firm dwelling theater in Coronado. For particulars, go to coronadoplayhouse.org.
“Ripcord” by David Lindsay-Abaire: Two incompatible senior girls compelled to share a room in an assisted residing heart wage a wager for management of the house with more and more greater stakes. Jan. 13 -29.
“Firm” by Stephen Sondheim and George Furth: This 1970 Tony-winning musical, which simply completed up a Broadway revival run, is about an ambivalent 35-year-old man weighing recommendation from his buddies over whether or not to remain single perpetually or decide to a long-term relationship. March 3 -26.
“Hay Fever” by Noël Coward: This 1925 comedy is a couple of middle-aged couple’s blissful vacation trip being disrupted by their grownup youngsters. Might 19-June 4.
“Underground” with Blindspot Collective: This world premiere immersive musical is being written by Amy Cordileone, Donnie Tuel and Rachel Tuggle Whorton. Based mostly totally on the discography of Ben Folds, it’s a comedy in regards to the inside lives of the common prospects at a pub. July 7-July 23.
“Nunsense” by Dan Goggin: This musical comedy is a fundraising live performance by the Little Sisters of Hoboken, who’re attempting to boost sufficient cash to bury dozens of their fellow sisters who all succumbed to botulism from a foul batch of vichysoisse. Aug. 25-Sept. 10.
“Xanadu” by Douglas Carter Beane, Jeff Lynne and John Farrar: This 2007 Broadway musical comedy is the story of a struggling road artist who finds a muse in Clio, the daughter of Zeus who arrives in Venice Seaside along with her sisters to encourage the creation of a curler disco. Oct. 20-Nov. 12.
Kragen writes about theater for the San Diego Union-Tribune. E-mail her at email@example.com.