STC is proud to announce a newly commissioned adaptation and translation of Friedrich Schiller’s Wallenstein by former poet laureate Robert Pinsky. Wallenstein, one of Germany’s greatest dramatic works, follows the famous general Albrecht von Wallenstein at the height of his influence and power during the Thirty Years’ War. Leading Europe’s most powerful army, Wallenstein is caught between his ambition and his Emperor’s growing distrust. He must decide either to stay loyal to his king and lose his power or to betray his country for greater gain. STC Artistic Director Michael Kahn, called “one of the best directors in America” (DC Theatre Scene), envisions this epic story of war, intrigue and loyalty tested.

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Wallenstein

Mar 29 - May 31

Sidney Harman Halltranslated and freely adapted by Robert Pinsky

directed by Michael Kahn

Performed in repertory with Coriolanus.
Wallenstein was commissioned through the generous support of The Beech Street Foundation, and production support is provided by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.

The Clarice Smith Repertory Series is sponsored by the Robert H. Smith Family Foundation.

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