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Past Productions

Fenwick Theatre Productions, 1967-present

2017-2018
"Fuente Ovejuna," by Lope de Vega
"The Skin of Our Teeth," by Thornton Wilder

2016-2017
"MIddletown," by Will Eno
"The Royal Family," by George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber

2015-2016
“SWARM,” by Mark Coniglio and Dawn Stoppiello of Troika Ranch
“Hamlet,” by William Shakespeare

2014-2015
“Cloud Nine,” by Carly Churchill
“Picnic,” by William Inge

2013-2014
“The London Merchant,” by George Lillo
“Antigone,” Sophocles

2012-2013
“Machinal,” Sophie Treadwell
“The Wild Duck,” Henrik Ibsen

2011-2013
“The Changeling,” by Thomas Middleton and William Rowley
“Shackled Spirits,” by Lynn Kremer and Made Wianta (also featured at Bali Arts Festival, Indonesia, summer 2013)

2010-2011
“Hay Fever,” by Nöel Coward
“The Time of Your Life,” by William Saroyan

2009-2010
“The Servant of Two Masters,” by Carlo Goldini
“Phoolan Devi: The Bandit Queen,” by Lynn Kremer and Shirish Korde

2008-2009
“Pericles, Prince of Tyre,” Shakespeare
“The Cherry Orchard,” by Anton Chekhov

2007-2008
“My Life with Albertine,” by Ricky Ian Gordon and Richard Nelson (winner of New England Theatre Conference Moss Hart Award)
“Dinner at Eight,” by George S. Kaufman and Edna Ferber

2006-2007
“Good,” by Cecil P. Taylor (winner of New England Theatre Conference Moss Hart Award)
“Neil Gaiman's Coraline,” by Lynn Kremer

2005-2006
“Spring Awakening,” by Frank Wedekind
“The Caucasian Chalk Circle,” by Bertolt Brecht and Eric Culver

2004-2005
“Mimpi,” by Lynn Kremer and Desak Made Suarti Laksmi (also featured at the Bali Arts Festival, Indonesia, summer 2009)
“The Sea Gull,” by Anton Chekhov

2003-2004
“Timon of Athens,” by William Shakespeare
“Our Country's Good,” by Timberlake Wertenbaker

2002-2003
“The Night of the Iguana,” by Tennessee Williams
“Chitra,” by Lynn Kremer and Shirish Korde
“Cyrano de Bergerac,” by Edmond Rostand

2001-2002
“Silence!,” by Brian Dykstra
“The Tempest,” by William Shakespeare

2000-2001
“Liolà,” by Luigi Pirandello
“Chicago,” by Carl Sandburg

1999-2000
“The Adding Machine,” by Elmer Rice
“Camino Real,” by Tennessee Williams
“Chitra,” by Lynn Kremer and Shirish Korde

1998-1999
“Rasa,” by Lynn Kremer and Shirish Korde
“All's Well That End's Well,” by William Shakespeare

1997-1998
“Danton's Death,” by Georg Büchner
“The Three Sisters,” by Anton Chekhov

1996-1997
“Measure for Measure,” by William Shakespeare
“Waiting for Lefty,” by Clifford Odets
“Bury the Dead,” by Irwin Shaw

1995-1996
“Translations,” by Brian Friel
“The Conquistadors,” by Lynn Kremer and Shirish Korde

1994-1995
“The Beaux' Stratagem,” by George Farquhar
“The Marriage of Bette and Boo,” by Christopher Durang
“The Bacchae,” by Euripides

1993-1994
“Dracula,” by Hamilton Deane and John Balderson
“Bhima's Journey,” by Lynn Kremer, Shirish Korde and Larry Reed

1992-1993
“Julius Caesar,” by William Shakespeare
“Marco Polo Sings a Solo,” by John Guare

1991-1992
“RASA,” by Lynn Kremer and Shirish Korde
“The Bald Soprano” and “The Lesson,” by Eugene Ionesco

1990-1991
“Pal Joey,” by John O'Hara, Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart
“Twelfth Night,” by William Shakespeare

1989-1990
“Psycho Beach Party,” by Charles Busch
“Noises Off,” by Michael Frayn

1988-1989
“The Firebugs,” by Max Frisch
“The Eccentricities of a Nightingale,” by Tennessee Williams

1987-1988
“Midsummer Night's Dream,” by William Shakespeare
“The House of Blue Leaves,” by John Guare
“Great Expectations,” by Charles Dickens and Barbara Field

1986-1987
“The Threepenny Opera,” by Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill
“For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow is enuf,” by Ntozake Shange
“Orange,” by Marianne Donahue

1985-1986
“Pizza for One,” devised by the ensemble
“Equus,” by Peter Shaffer
“Buried Child,” by Sam Shepard
“Lydie Breeze,” by John Guare

1984-1985
“Yerma,” by Federico García Lorca
“The Sea,” by Edward Bond

1983-1984
“Happy Birthday, Wanda June,” by Kurt Vonnegut
“MacBeth,” by William Shakespeare

1982-1983
“A Doll's House,” by Henrik Ibsen
“The Cherry Orchard,” by Anton Chekhov

1981-1982
“The Tempest,” by William Shakespeare
“Spring Awakening,” by Frank Wedekind

1980-1981
“Twelfth Night,” by William Shakespeare
“She Stoops to Conquer,” by Oliver Goldsmith
“Merton of the Movies,” by George Kaufman and Marc Connelly

1979-1980
“The Caucasian Chalk Circle,” by Bertolt Brecht
“The Imaginary Invalid,” by Molière

1978-1979
“Our Town,” by Thorton Wilder
“A Midsummer Night's Dream,” by William Shakespeare

1977-1978
“The Good Woman of Setzuan,” by Bertolt Brecht
“Mourning Pictures,” by Honor Moore
“A Macbeth,” by Charles Marowitz

1976-1977
“Medea,” by Euripides
“Summertime,” by Ugo Betti
“Bucyrus,” by John Matthias, adapted by Ed Herson
“The Showoff,” by George Kelly

1975-1976
“All Over,” by Edward Albee
“Collision Course,” by Edward Parrone
“Orestes,” by Euripides
“Photo Finish,” by Peter Ustinov
“That Championship Season,” by Jason Miller

1974-1975
“The Miser,” by Molière
“Loot,” by Joe Orton

1973-1974
“A Flew in her Ear,” by Georges Feydeau
“You Can't Take it With You,” by George Kaufman and Moss Hart
“Oedipus,” by Seneca
“Twelfth Night,” by William Shakespeare

1972-1973
“Iphigenia at Aulis,” by Euripides
“Happy Birthday, Wanda June,” by Kurt Vonnegut
“Heartbreak House,” by George Bernard Shaw
“Old Times,” by Harold Pinter

1971-1972
“What the Butler Saw,” by Joe Orton
Scenes from “Romeo and Juliet” and “Hamlet,” by William Shakespeare
“The Trial of The Catonsville Nine,” by Phillip Berrigan
“The Song of the Lusitanian Bogey,” by Peter Weiss

1970-1971
“Andorra,” by Max Frisch
“The Homecoming,” by Harold Pinter
“The New York Idea,” by Langdon Mitchell

1969-1970
“Richard III,” by William Shakespeare
“Celebration,” by Harvey Schmidt and Tom Jones

1968-1969
“The Knack,” by Ann Jellicoe

1967-1968
“Luv,” by Murray Shisgal
“A Delicate Balance,” by Edward Albee
“The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as performed by the inmates of the Asylum of Charenton under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade,” by Peter Weiss
“A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum,” by Stephen Sondheim, Burt Shevelove, and Larry Gelbart