Continuum, Lulu, Black Snow Adaptation and New Ruhl Eurydice Fill New Yale Rep Season

News   Continuum, Lulu, Black Snow Adaptation and New Ruhl Eurydice Fill New Yale Rep Season
Yale Repertory Theatre has announced its upcoming 2006-07 season which will include works by Sarah Ruhl, Elizabeth Meriwether, Keith Reddin and Frank Wedekind as well as the recent Off-Broadway hit In The Continuum.

All shows will be performed at Yale Repertory Theatre's homestage in New Haven, Connecticut. One production — the final play of the season — will be announced shortly.

The 2006-07 season (subject to change) is scheduled as follows:

  • Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl (Sept. 22-Oct. 14)
    Les Waters directs the latest from the pen of The Clean House who "re-imagines the classic myth of Orpheus and Eurydice through the eyes of its heroine as she journeys to the underworld and struggles to retain her memories of her lost love."
  • The Mistakes Madeline Made by Elizabeth Meriwether (Oct. 27-Nov. 18)
    In this new comedy "about unlikely love and dirty people... Edna's life is a mess.  Her new boss drives her crazy.  Her brother lives in her bathtub.  And don't even ask about her love life.  It's time for her to roll up her sleeves and get to work."


  • Black Snow adapted by Keith Reddin (Dec. 1-23)
    Evan Yionoulis directs this tale, based on the Mikhail Bulgakov novel, which follows a young writer as his "dream rapidly turns into a comic nightmare when the most illustrious theatre in Moscow decides to make a play out of his failed novel. Sergei is propelled on a hilarious roller coaster ride through the tumultuous world of Stalinist Russia where he finds himself at the mercy of an absurdly autocratic director."
  • In the Continuum by Danai Gurira and Nikkole Salter (Jan. 12-Feb. 10, 2007) The Primary Stages Off-Broadway production comes to New Haven with its writer performers Gurira and Salter. Robert O'Hara stages the work that "puts a human face on the devastating impact of AIDS in Africa and America through the lives of two unforgettably courageous women... one in South Central L.A. and the other in Zimbabwe."
  • Lulu by Frank Wedekind (March 30-April 21, 2007)
    Mark Lamos directs the work by German playwright Frank Wedekind about one woman who "is the virgin and the vamp, the femme fatale and the eternal feminine… in short, the reflection of every man's desire.  Men would kill for her and die for her – and they do." For subscriptions to the 2005-06 season at Yale Rep, 1120 Chapel Street (at York St.) in New Haven, CT, call (203) 432-1234. Single tickets will be available after Labor Day. For more information, visit

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