Bone up on your classic theater at The Antaeus Company


An intriguing program — offering casual exposure to great theater-art — is on offer in ClassicsFest 2012 this spring. The Antaeus Company, L.A.’s classical theater ensemble, presents staged readings of six classics in six weeks.

  •  Moon for the Misbegotten, Eugene O’Neill, initiated by Richard Herd, directed by Don Eitner, Sunday, Mar 18, Monday, Mar 19 @ 7 pm

  • The Crucible, Arthur Miller, initiated by Ann Noble & Bo Foxworth, directed by Armin Shimerman, Sunday, March 25 and Monday, March 26 @ 7 pm

  • Our Country’s Good, Timberlake Wertenbaker, initiated and directed by Elizabeth Swain, Sunday, Apr 1 @ 7 pm

  • The Skin of Our Teeth, Thornton Wilder, initiated by Blythe Auffarth, directed by Robert Egan, Sunday, April 8 and Monday, Apr 9 @ 7 pm

  • The Liar, Carlo Goldoni, initiated by Danielle Jones, directed by Frank Dwyer. Sunday, April 15 and Monday, Apr 16 @ 7 pm
  • Oedipus: Parts I & II , Sophocles, initiated by Rhonda Aldrich and Tony Amendola, directed by Casey Stangl, Sunday, Apr 22 @ 7 pm

The sessions are free (donation requested) and there’s free parking. So go.

ClassicsFest 2012 | The Antaeus Company | Mar 18 – Apr 22

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