The theater kicks off the summer season June 16 with Accidental Death of an Anarchist, an anti-fascist comedy by Dario Fo. “I am so excited to work with a cast of very talented and creative people to put together a play that is deeply relevant to our times,” says Accidental Death of an Anarchist co-director Ouardane Jouannot, “while featuring some of the best physical comedy I’ve seen in a while.” It follows a police investigation that gets turned on its head when the police are the ones having to answer for themselves. With physical humor and biting political satire, it’s full of laughs to start off the...
Accidental Death of an Anarchist
June 16 – July 8
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Parents, check out our slate of summer camps! Students can dive into Improv or Shakespeare, write a play, or create their own character to perform! With 5 weeks of camps, there’s something for everyone! Registration is open now. Check out more information on our website and email Maggie Cady at firstname.lastname@example.org with any...
Get a taste for the different styles that improv has to offer at the Ocean State Improv Festival! With performers coming in from across the country (and some international guests as well!), you’ll be treated to something very special. Whether you prefer improvised Shakespeare, comic books, or some fast-paced competition, there’s a lot to love at this festival! Check out more information about all the shows and the...
Spring cleaning is right around the corner, and the Contemporary Theater Company offers up two plays to get you in the cleaning mood – Dirt by Bryony Lavery and The Clean House by Sarah Ruhl. The company is producing the plays in repertory on alternating weekends from April 21 through May 20. The Clean House was a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 2005 and was produced in the Contemporary Theater Company’s Springboard Season in 2014. Dirt will be receiving its New England premiere at the CTC. “The exciting challenge of performing Dirt and The Clean House together is creating a set that can open up possibilities for each,” says lighting designer Maggie Cady. “The set will include actual dirt, which brings up a lot of images of nature – our embrace of it and our fights against it. Both plays tackle serious issues of life and death with humor Dirt follows a young woman through the day that she didn’t know would be her last as she tells the story of her demise and what it means for those left...