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