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Announcing the 2012-2013 Season

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William Shakespeare’s
All’s Well That Ends Well
original direction by Michael Kahn
directed by Jenny Lord
August 23–September 9, 2012

Heroine Helena overcomes one obstacle after another in this romantic season opener, a remounting of Michael Kahn’s 2010 production.

Nikolai Gogol’s
The Government Inspector
adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher
from the original by Nikolai Gogol
directed by Michael Kahn
September 13–October 28, 2012

Gogol’s witty and hilarious satire of provincial Russian bureaucracy features self deception, mockery and pandemonium.

William Shakespeare’s
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
directed by Ethan McSweeny
November 15–December 30, 2012

Spend your holiday dreaming under the light of the Fairyland moon. Love, magic and wonder fill the air as dreams blend with reality in this must-see Shakespeare classic.

George Bernard Shaw’s
Man and Superman
directed by Aaron Posner
January 24–March 10, 2013

This philosophical comedy of big ideas and witty emotions explores the question of whether or not man can live without the love of a woman.

William Shakespeare’s
Coriolanus
directed by David Muse
March 28–June 2, 2013

Friedrich Schiller’s
Wallenstein
freely adapted by Robert Pinsky
directed by Michael Kahn
March 29–May 31, 2013

Coriolanus and a newly commissioned adaptation of Wallenstein by former poet laureate Robert Pinsky will comprise The Hero/Traitor Repertory. This is the first in the newly-established Clarice Smith Repertory Series, which will allow STC to regularly incorporate repertory into our annual mainstage programming through the generous support of the Robert H. Smith Family Foundation. Support for the new commission of Wallenstein was provided by The Beech Street Foundation.

William Shakespeare’s
The Winter’s Tale
directed by Rebecca Bayla Taichman
co-produced with McCarter Theatre Center
May 9–June 23, 2013

Two generations transcend torment and obsession in this late Shakespearean romance, an imaginative celebration of the art of storytelling.

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