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FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training Season

2022-23 Season

We are excited to announce the first and fourth shows of the 2022-23 FSU/Asolo Conservatory season. Two additional shows, set to open in January and February of 2023, will round out the season and will be selected by the new Conservatory Director, once appointed, following Greg Leaming’s retirement in June of 2022. 

Stick Fly

Written by Lydia Diamond
November 1 – 27

“Simmering conflict, steamy romance and gasp-worthy revelations…” (Charles Isherwood, The New York Times), STICK FLY is comedy-drama following an affluent Black American family spending a long weekend in their home on Martha’s Vineyard. But Mom’s MIA, Dad’s acting weird, and the newcomers to the family – both brothers brought home dates for the first time – find themselves wilting under the weight of familial scrutiny and long-hidden tensions. A moving, heartfelt play about family, class, and cultural expectations.

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To Be Announced

January 3-29

To Be Announced

February 23 - March 12

Love’s Labour’s Lost

Written by William Shakespeare
April 4-23

William Shakespeare’s first great comedy, LOVE’S LABOUR’S LOST is full of wit, romance, and poetry. The King of Navarre and his three courtiers forswear the company of women for one year in order to devote themselves to academic study, but the arrival of the Princess of France and her ladies upset everyone’s plans. In the end, the courtiers and academics all realize that the only rational study of mankind is the study of love.

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