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This 2020-2021 season is all about flexibility and adventure. You might notice that the Season Announcement looks a little different this year. In the hopes of staying agile in the time of Coronavirus, we’re holding off on scheduling our productions. As we make plans, we will continue to update this page and our social media.

Single tickets go on sale for each show 2-weeks prior to opening. An “All Access Pass” will be available September 1.

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Love and Information

by Caryl Churchill
directed by Maegan McNerney Azar
performing the week of September 22
In this time of technology and isolation, how do we make sense of the world? Journey with over 100 characters as they investigate the modern state of human connection, and attempt to sift through the increasing onslaught of information with love.

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Edgar Lee Masters' Spoon River Anthology

by Charles Aidman
directed by Rhett Bryson
performing the week of November 10
In this beautifully haunting play, the former residents of Spoon River examine life and the longing for what might have been. As the citizens reflect on the dreams, secrets, and regrets of their lives, they paint a gritty and honest portrait of the town as all of their pasts are illuminated.

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blue waves with red suitcase caught in them - show poster for anon(ymous) by naomi iizuka


by Naomi Iizuka
directed by guest artist Josiah Davis
February 23-28
sponsored by the Furman Humanities Center
Separated from their mother, a young refugee called Anon is on a journey to find family. A chaotic and ever-changing landscape awaits in this contemporary adaptation of Homer's Odyssey.

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"Love's Fine Wit:"

an evening of sonnets
directed by Jay Oney
streaming April 13
When a plague outbreak forced the closing of London theatres in the mid-1590s, Shakespeare responded by writing his most famous sonnets. Taking our cue from the Bard, Furman Theatre Arts offers a selection of sonnets for our final show of 2020-2021.

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