23/24 Season Greater Wonders

23/24 Season Greater Wonders


I am thrilled to invite you to subscribe to our 23/24 Season: Greater Wonders. Featuring the iconic music of Evita, the highly anticipated return of Whitney White, a joyful mash-up of the Bard and The Beatles, a fresh take on the Lehman brothers’ history, an exciting theatrical piece to be named soon, and a magical Macbeth with my friends Ralph Fiennes and Indira Varma in the lead roles, there is a little something for everyone.

In addition to superb benefits like free ticket exchanges, discounts, and access to special events, STC Subscribers form a mighty community with a shared appreciation for classic, excellent theatre.

Join us to discover what Greater Wonders our theatre has in store.

See you at the theatre,

Simon Godwin
Artistic Director

P.S. Macbeth will play April 2-28, 2024. STILL TO COME: The final show in the 23/24 Season, performance venues, and full calendar dates for the entire season. We look forward to sharing this information with you as soon as we are able. Thank you for your patience.

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Explore the 23/24 Season: Greater Wonders

An Electrifying Musical Sensation


Book & Lyrics by Tim Rice
Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber
Directed by Sammi Cannold
Produced in association with American Repertory Theater
Sep 5– Oct 8 | Harman Hall

Sammi Cannold (Forbes’ 30 Under 30 Hollywood & Entertainment) helms this groundbreaking revival of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s Tony Award-winning rock opera, which follows the adored and reviled Eva Perón’s meteoric rise to First Lady of Argentina before her death at 33. Cannold evolves her acclaimed concert version that was staged at New York City Center in 2019 in a production filled with heart and spectacle.


A Mesmerizing Theatrical Event


By Whitney White
Directed by Tyler Dobrowsky and Taibi Magar
In association with Philadelphia Theatre Company
Oct 10–28 | Klein Theatre

Something wicked this way comes. Created by Obie Award-winning artist Whitney White, Macbeth In Stride uses one of the Bard’s most iconic characters to examine just what it means to be an ambitious Black woman. Swathed in a mesmerizing tapestry of pop, rock, gospel, and R&B, the fatalistic arc of Lady Macbeth uplifts contemporary thoughts on Black female power, femininity, rage, and desire. This “spellbinding and strikingly original” (Edge Boston) production bubbles with energy, humor, and swagger, bringing Lady M’s herstory into the 21st century.


A Joyful Celebration


By William Shakespeare
Adapted & Directed by Daryl Cloran
Conceived by Daryl Cloran & Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival
Dec 5–31 | Harman Hall

It’s the 1960s and flower power, peace, and love are in the air. The free-spirited Rosalind is exiled from court and escapes to an alternative community, where everything is possible. Mistaken identities and mixed signals come together, melding the Bard’s verse with the beloved music of The Beatles in what Vancouver Presents calls “one of the clearest renderings of As You Like It that you will ever see.” This tuneful take on Shakespeare’s romantic classic will be “a total blast” (Chicago Tribune) for the holiday season, reminding us that in times of struggle, all you need is love.


A Terrifying Descent


By William Shakespeare
Directed by Simon Godwin
April 2-28 | Location TBA

Blood will have blood. Unbridled ambition, supernatural forces, and murderous desires reign supreme in Shakespeare’s most poetic examination of evil. When three witches tell Macbeth that he will become King of Scotland, he plots with his wife to attain the title through an assassination; a bloody act that gives him his crown and sends him careening down the path of his own undoing. Artistic Director Simon Godwin directs Tony and BAFTA Award-winner Ralph Fiennes and Olivier Award-winner Indira Varma in this thrilling account of how our minds deceive us and how a guilty conscience can undo us all.


An Epic Family Drama


By Stefano Massini
Adapted by Ben Power
Dates TBA | Harman Hall

Meet the Lehman brothers—immigrants building an American dream that crumbles into a chaotic nightmare for future generations. Utilizing three actors and covering 160 years of family struggles, achievements, and missteps, this winner of the 2022 Tony Award for Best Play is a powerhouse cautionary narrative for our times. Heralded by The New York Times as a “captivating… feat of storytelling,” The Lehman Trilogy examines the double-edged sword of capitalism and personal choices that created the largest financial crisis in U.S. history.


6th Show TBA

The final show in STC’s six-play season will be announced later this spring.


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All titles, dates, venues, and artists are subject to change.