We live in public space. We live in private space. What happens when the door between them opens?
Our public/private self. It’s an animating tension in each of us. A landscape both familiar and strange. Home to our darkness and our brilliance.
Steppenwolf’s 2010-2011 season: five stories that navigate the fluid borders of our public/private self and illuminate the mysterious ways each acts upon the other.
September 9, 2010 — November 7, 2010
By Lisa D'Amour
Directed by ensemble member Austin Pendleton
Featuring ensemble members Kevin Anderson, Kate Arrington, Ian Barford, Robert Breuler and Laurie Metcalf
December 2, 2010 — February 6, 2011
Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Directed by Pam MacKinnon
Featuring ensemble members Tracy Letts and Amy Morton
January 20, 2011 — May 15, 2011
Sex with Strangers
By Laura Eason
Directed by associate artist Jessica Thebus
Featuring ensemble member Sally Murphy
March 24, 2011 — May 29, 2011
The Hot L Baltimore
By Lanford Wilson
Directed by ensemble member Tina Landau
Featuring ensemble members Alana Arenas, K. Todd Freeman, James Vincent Meredith, Yasen Peyankov and Molly Regan
June 16, 2011 — August 14, 2011
By Will Eno
Directed by Les Waters
Featuring ensemble members Alana Arenas, Francis Guinan, Tim Hopper, Ora Jones, Martha Lavey and Tracy Letts
Detroit, Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, Sex with Strangers, The Hot L Baltimore and Middletown are all part of the 2010-2011 season. Be a part of the season - SUBSCRIBE NOW!
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