SRT 2017 Summer Festival: The Many Faces of Farce
Our 19th summer festival The Many Faces of Farce (July - August 2017) includes three Chekhov farces, The Bear, The Proposal, and The Anniversary, followed by a devised piece based on Vsevolod Meyerhold’s 1935 adaptation of these same pieces, entitled 33 Swoons. The play was a critical failure in the USSR. Stalin closed down Meyerhold'stheater in 1937, arrested him in 1939, and executed him in 1940. The productions will be directed by SRT Associate Artistic Director Alex Johnson.
SRT's 2016 production of Odet's Waiting for Lefty: "Kudos to Stanford Repertory Theater and artistic director Rush Rehm for bringing this pithy production to Bay Area audiences." San Jose Mercury News
SRT's 2015 production of Coward's Hay Fever received three Bay Area Theater Critic Award Nominations: Best Production, Best Costumes (Connie Strayer), Best Supporting Actress (Kathleen Kelso)
SRT's 2014 production of Welles' Moby Dick - Rehearsed received ten Theater Bay Area nominations, and won in four categories: Outstanding Production, Outstanding Ensemble, Outstanding Direction (Rush Rehm and Courtney Walsh), and Outstanding Sound Design (Michael Keck)