Furman Theatre Announces 2020-2021 Shows

You might notice that the Season Announcement looks a little different this year. In the hopes of staying agile in the time of Coronavirus, we’re holding off on scheduling our productions. And, in the interest of flexibility, we have several other options in place to ensure our students get practical theatre experience this season. Once we know more about university planning, we’ll get that information to you. Your safety, and the safety of our students, will be our top concern while we plan for Playhouse Fifty-One!

Season Tickets available August 3, 2020.

ON THE VERGE; or, The Geography of Yearning
by Eric Overmyer
directed by Rhett Bryson
dates to be determined

Blending Tom Stoppard’s limber linguistics with the historic overview of Thornton Wilder, Mr. Overmyer takes his audience on a mirthful safari that leads from darkest Africa to Terra Incognita, spinning into time travel.

LOVE’S LABOR’S LOST
by William Shakespeare
directed by Maegan McNerney Azar
dates to be determined

After vowing to commit themselves fully to their studies, a group of friends is foiled by love waiting right outside their gates. Known for wit, humor, and high-minded resolve, this comedy is for lovers of life.

ANON(YMOUS)
by Naomi Iizuka
directed by guest artist Josiah Davis
dates to be determined

Separated from their mother, a young refugee called Anon is on a journey to find family. A chaotic and ever-changing landscape awaits in this contemporary adaptation of Homer’s Odyssey.

ADMISSIONS
by Joshua Harmon
directed by Jay Oney
dates to be determined

A no-holds-barred look at privilege, power, and the perils of hypocrisy as the head of Admissions tries to diversify her prep school while navigating the process for her college-bound son. This play is a confessional with little forgiveness.

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