Firehouse Theatre is pleased to announce our 2020-2021 SEASON OF DISCOVERY, when we'll all be learning to adapt to extreme and turbulent circumstances, and artists will explore new ways of making and sharing performance.
Our 27th season includes eight world premiere plays and a diverse range of other projects in our three series -- FIREHOUSE PLAYS, FIREHOUSE FRINGE, and FIREHOUSE STUDIO.
At this challenging time, when the future is so uncertain, dates for all productions are fluid. We'll communicate specific schedules as soon as we can. Whenever possible, productions will be available as both LIVE / socially distant controlled performances at Firehouse and via remote streaming.
THE PICTURE OF DORIAN GRAY (June 18-Aug 7) - WORLD PREMIERE of Oscar Wilde’s scandalous Victorian novel as a tour de force solo performance by Billy Christopher Maupin; THE ZOMBIE MONOLOGUES (August 19-31) - a prequel to Chris Gavaler’s WORLD PREMIERE play THE ZOMBLIE LIFE offers an intriguing alternative to our complicated existence; ANN (Sept 16-Oct 25) - features Jacqueline Jones as Ann Richards; WAR IN PIECES / WORKS IN PROCESS (Sept 28-Oct 6) - David Robbins moderates conversations with the four military veterans who wrote plays for WAR IN PIECES festival; A SINGLE PRAYER (postponed to 2022) - WORLD PREMIERE of K. Jenkins’ lyrical play about finding our place in a confusing universe; GABRIEL (postponed to 2022) - WORLD PREMIERE of Ron Klipp’s powerful new musical about the leader of Virginia’s thwarted slave rebellion of 1800; KRAPP’S LAST TAPE (Feb 4-Feb 20) - Samuel Beckett’s seminal work for a single actor; FIRES IN THE MIRROR (April 2021) - Anna Deavere Smith's chronicle of the Aug 1991 Crown Heights riots, directed by Katrinah Carol Lewis and featuring Jamar Jones.