Cabaret, Syringa Tree and Dead Man's Cell Phone Set for Trinity Rep Season

News   Cabaret, Syringa Tree and Dead Man's Cell Phone Set for Trinity Rep Season
Providence's Trinity Repertory Theater has announced that its 2009-2010 season will feature works by Kander and Ebb, Sarah Ruhl, Pamela Gien, Neil Simon, Shakespeare and Steven Dietz.

The Tony-winning musical Cabaret, featuring a book by Joe Masteroff and a score by Kander and Ebb, will open the season, playing Sept. 11-Oct. 11 in the Chace Theater.

Following will be Steven Dietz's romantic comedy Shooting Star, running Sept. 16-Nov. 22 in the Dowling Theater. Shakespeare's Twelfth Night will follow — Jan. 29-March 7, 2010 in the Chace Theater — and Sarah Ruhl's dark comedy Dead Man's Cell Phone will take over the Dowling Feb. 19-March 28, 2010.

Neil Simon's popular comedy The Odd Couple will inhabit the Chace April 9-May 9, 2010. The tale of Felix and Oscar will be followed by Pamela Gien's one-woman account of life in apartheid South Africa, The Syringa Tree, which runs April 30-May 30, 2010 in the Dowling.

Trinity Rep also promises the return of the holiday classic A Christmas Carol, which is scheduled to play Nov. 20-Dec. 27 in the Chace Theater.

Season subscriptions for the 2009-2010 season at Trinity Rep, 201 Washington Street in Providence, RI, are available by calling (401) 351-4242. For more information visit

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