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March 9 to April 10, 2016
Plan Your Visit
Explore Penn Quarterâ€™s many excellent dining choices.
Connecting Audiences and Artists
Join us for a party like none youâ€™ve seen, heard or tasted.
Shrew - Set Design
Watch a short slideshow of Scenic Designer Jason Sherwood's set renderings.
Will on the Hill
June 13, 2016A bipartisan favorite for fans of theatre and politics!
How to Donate
Enjoy exclusive benefits and support STC's artistic and education programs.
During these performance intensives, young actors dive head first into Shakespeare.
Explore acting classes for adults and kids.
History & Awards
Explore our illustrious history.
New shows and special events have now been announced for the 2016 season.
Our Classic Conversation's series with Michael Kahn invites some of the world's
most renowned classical actors to talk about their craft and how the art of
classical theatre has contributed to their career. Think "Inside the Actor's
our very own Sidney Haman Hall!
F. Murray Abraham won the Academy Award for Best Actor for his role as Antonio
Salieri in Amadeus. He has appeared in numerous other feature films
including All The President’s Men, Scarface, Mighty
Aphrodite and Finding Forrester. Recently, he was seen on the
small screen in Louie, The Good Wife, Law & Order:
CI and Saving Grace. Abraham has focused on classical theatre
throughout his career, most recently portraying Shylock in the critically
acclaimed production of The Merchant of Venice for the Off-Broadway
Theatre for a New Audience. In 2011, the production mounted a national tour,
starring Abraham, after the sold-out run in New York and at the Royal Shakespeare
Company’s Complete Works Festival. Murray has also starred in many Shakespearean
productions as well as classic plays by Samuel Beckett, Gilbert and Sullivan
and Chekhov. His Broadway credits include Mauritius, Triumph
of Love, A Month in the Country, Angels in America: Perestroika, Angels
in America: Millennium Approaches and Macbeth.
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