In the spring of 2005, The Acting Company presented the world premiere of Carson McCullers’ poignant novel The Heart is a Lonely Hunter as adapted for the stage by acclaimed playwright Rebecca Gilman, which played at The Alliance Theatre in Atlanta before embarking on a southern cities tour. This more
Directed by Davis McCallum
The Acting Company presents Henry James’ provocative tale of suspense, horror and psychological intrigue. As adapted by award-winning playwright Jeffrey Hatcher, The Turn of the Screw takes a turn of its own, creating a frightening and fascinating piece of theater.< more
Directed by Matt August.
In 2004/05, The Acting Company presented William Shakespeare’s riotous romp about the bonds of friendship and fidelity. Crazy clowns, baffled bandits, sassy servants and an unforgettable ill-mannered dog round out this rollicking comedy of disguise and deception. Valentine and Proteus – more
Directed by Eve Shapiro
In Shakespeare’s tragedy of plotting and betrayal, the villainous Duke of Gloucester stops at nothing to win the crown of England. Richard’s lust for power leads to unspeakable acts in a brilliant rendering of political intrigue, family relationships and more
Directed by John Miller-Stephany
Murder By Poe weaves together four Edgar Allan Poe tales into a tapestry of revenge, suicide, obsession and murder … where the psychological and the supernatural swirl together in a brew only the father of the classic horror story could concoct.
Directed by Richard Corley.
In 2002/03, The Acting Company presented a new production of Shakespeare’s story of love and exile. By beginning our production in a dressing room, showing actors preparing to perform, we highlight the notion we are all players and that who we are more
Directed by Rebecca Guy
For the 2002/03 Season, The Acting Company presented an original adaptation of American Dreams: Lost and Found by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Studs Terkel. The New York Times called it “the best of Terkel’s works...a stirring, hopeful book.” It more
Directed by Eve Shapiro
The Taming of the Shrew is a play-within-a-play which begins when a nobleman and his hunting party discover a drunken tinker, Christopher Sly, establish him in transient luxury, tell him that he is a lord who has been dreaming for fifteen years, and more
Directed by Walter Dallas
Pudd’nhead Wilson, adapted from the 1894 novel by Mark Twain, is the pre-Civil War story of the two sons of Judge Driscoll, the chief citizen of Dawson’s Landing, Missouri. One of those sons - Tom - is his legal more
Directed by John Rando.
The Comedy of Errors, one of Shakespeare’s earliest plays, is also his shortest and one of his most farcical — a major part of the humor derived from slapstick, puns and wordplay.
This musical version tells the story of more
Directed by Richard Corley A World Preimere Play
It is late nineteenth-century Nebraska, and Alexandra, a Swedish immigrant in charge of her younger brothers Lou, Oscar and Emil, struggles to bear fruit on her family’s drought-ridden land. When her friend Carl’s family moves more