Evansville Civic Theatre is proud to announce the second half of its 2020-2021 Season: A diverse lineup mixing online and outdoor productions aimed to thrill and entertain Evansville audiences through the first half of 2021.
“Through our ongoing Save Civic Theatre campaign, people across Evansville have shown us how important theatre is to their lives,” said Managing Artistic Director Kevin Roach. “So starting with this weekend’s staged reading of Anna Ziegler’s BFF, and running through an outdoor production of Robert O’Hara’s Barbecue in June, Evansville Civic Theatre is keeping theatre alive through the pandemic in a manner that is both safe and exciting for our audience.”
The half-season opens this Friday, with a staged reading of Anna Ziegler’s BFF, presented online and starring Emily Durchholz, Megan Leavitt, and Cory Burdette. Roach is directing the reading.
The full half-season slate includes:
- BFF, by Anna Ziegler – February 26-28, Online
- [title of show], by Jeff Bowen and Hunter Bell – April 16-18 & April 23-25, Online
- The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged) [revised], by Adam Long, Daniel Singer, and Jess Winfield – May 21-23 & May 28-30, Outdoors (Location TBA)
- Barbecue, by Robert O’Hara – June 18-20 & June 25-27 Outdoors (Location TBA)
Both the May and June productions are scheduled as outdoor productions, pending the state of the pandemic.
Tickets for all productions can be purchased online at evvcivic.org, or by calling 812-425-2800 between 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Tuesday-Friday