Center Stage's 1991-92 season crosses international borders, showcasing classics by such playwrights as France's Moliere along with new productions from South Africa's Athol Fugard and Baltimore's Paula Vogel.
Irene Lewis, acting artistic director at Center Stage, yesterday announced the schedule for the theater's upcoming season.
"It's a wide variety, with plays from Norway, Britain, France, ItalySouth Africa and America," says Lewis. "We tried to concentrate on great plays as well as two bold new voices, one from Baltimore and the other from Minneapolis."
The plays to be be staged include: Moliere's "Misanthrope," a satire on the hypocrisies of French society; "A Doll House" by Henrik Ibsen, the famous tale of a Norwegian wife's awakening; "The Queen and the Rebels" by Ugo Betti, a 20th century Italian play about the search for a lost queen during political rebellion.