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FSU/Asolo Conservatory for Actor Training Season

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Sense and Sensibility

Written by Kate Hamill

Based on the novel by Jane Austen 

Directed by James Dean Palmer

November 1-20

This tongue-in-cheek interpretation of Jane Austen’s classic tale will make your heart flutter as you follow the romantic adventures of the Dashwood sisters. Tested by bad fortune, treachery and deceit, the noble sisters pursue their bliss despite all odds. Be prepared to see these beloved characters in a new and refreshing light. Social satire and romance intertwine in this stylish adaptation.

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Stick Fly

Written by Lydia Diamond

Directed by Marcus Denard Johnson

January 3-22

This winner of the Black Theatre Alliance Award for Best Play chronicles a weekend in the life of an affluent African American family. The tensions ride high as the Levay brothers bring their respective fiancées home to meet the parents. Family secrets, childhood demons and romantic entanglements are revealed, leading to collisions over race, class, and privilege. Gender roles and generational dynamics further ignite this explosive tragic comedy.

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An Inspector Calls

Written by J.B. Priestley

Directed by Kirstin Franklin

February 21 - March 12

Nothing parallels the excitement of watching this suspenseful mystery drama. Set on the brink of WWI, this thriller has been gripping audiences for decades. The Birling family celebration is cut short by the arrival of the mysterious Inspector Goole. After his scorching investigation, the family struggles to return to normal, as every corner of their souls has been exposed by the blinding light of truth.

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Love’s Labour’s Lost

Written by William Shakespeare

Directed by Jonathan Epstein

April 4-23

Shakespeare surely had a way with words, but his characters have difficulty reconciling words with actions. The King of Navarre and his friends swear to avoid women. That’s easier said than done when the gorgeous Princess of France and her ladies arrive at court. This Shakespearian cascade of adventure features a forest chase, lovers lost and found, and an ending full of hope for true love.

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