“Classics new and old” resident (regional) theatre: Greeks, Shakespeare, Moliere, Ibsen, Chekov, Tennessee Williams, Arthur Miller, etc. (pre-1960’s). Occasional productions of (translated) shows from Asia, Africa, and Latin America.Audience: Mostly older upper middle class traditional theatregoers, some school field trips, especially to Shakespeare showsSpaces: large theatre (500 seats), medium second space theatre (300)THEATRE COMPANY 4. “Popular favorites” resident (regional) theatre: primarily musicals and comedies; some dramas or performance pieces with “buzz” such as August: Osage County. One major holiday show every year.Audience: Large range depending on the show, plus some field tripsSpaces: large mainstage (600 seats), medium second space theatre (300), medium-small third space theatre (200)
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THEATRE COMPANY 5. Experimental company: avant garde, political, and new work. Mostly contemporary work, with some avant garde pieces from the 1920’s-1950’s in Europe (Artaud, Brecht, Beckett, etc.) and some pieces from the 1960’s in the US and Britain (Sam Shepard, Harold Pinter, pieces from the Living Theatre, Open Theatre, LaMama, etc.)Audience: Mostly younger “artsy” folks and college students, some shows attract a wider audience due to subject matter and/or positive press coverageSpaces: rented medium theatre (300), rented black box (75), various environmental spaces
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