Performances: Feb. 8-March 2.
Directed by Erin Woods. Reduxion sets Shakespeare's vibrant comedy of love and loss in 1953 Spain, incorporating period music, absurdist comedy and the romance of midcentury European royalty.
The run will include a Valentine's celebration. A spring Metropolitan Library System tour will follow the main-stage run.
‘The History of Tom Jones'
Performances: May 3-25.
Directed by Tyler Woods. Based on Henry Fielding's landmark 1749 novel, Tom Jones is a swashbuckling tale of a young man, kindhearted and honest, who has a lust for life and an eye for the ladies.
Part romantic comedy, part social commentary and all action adventure, this vigorous and bawdy story is not recommended for patrons 17 and younger.
‘Classics for Kids'
Reduxion will continue its commitment to accessibility to the classics for children with educational programming this season including touring productions for audiences 6-12 years old, featuring Reduxion's original character Professor Spillsby.
The lineup includes student matinee performances of “Love's Labour's Lost,” guest artist master-classes, private coaching, tutoring and “Classics Camp,” a two-week theater day camp for teens coming summer 2013.