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October 2–24, 2015
November 27–December 19, 2015
January 29–February 20, 2016
March 25–April 16, 2016
April 29–May 21, 2016
I am thrilled to share with you our plans for Yale Repertory Theatre’s 2015–16 Season: an exhilarating lineup of three world premieres and two classics created by some of the most daring and honored artists working in the American theatre today.
The season opens with Indecent, a deeply moving new play created by Yale Rep’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Playwright-in-Residence Paula Vogel and director Rebecca Taichman, who staged Familiar earlier this season.
Two-time Academy Award winner Dianne Wiest (Bullets Over Broadway, Hannah and Her Sisters) will return to our stage in Samuel Beckett’s masterpiece, Happy Days, which I will direct. And Resident Director Evan Yionoulis, whose most recent productions at Yale Rep include Owners and Stones in His Pockets, will stage Shakespeare’s romantic adventure, Cymbeline.
We will also welcome two extraordinarily gifted playwrights to our theatre for the first time. Jiehae Park makes her Yale Rep debut with peerless, a blistering contemporary comedy about ambitious twin sisters who will stop at nothing to get into the college of their choice, directed by Margot Bordelon. And Jen Silverman premieres The Moors, an absurdly funny new play inspired (perhaps) by the lives and writings of the most famous sisters of 19th-century literature, directed by Jackson Gay (These Paper Bullets!).
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I look forward to seeing you at Yale Rep again in 2015–16!