Temple Theaters (digital) FALL 2020 season

Temple Theaters (digital) FALL 2020 season

Jul 16 2020

While our Fall season is different than we origianlly imagined, we are very excited to share what we are now able to announce how the Fall season is shaping up. 

Prioritizing safety during the Covid crisis has meant some significant changes to what was announced last spring and it has taken some time to plan and strategize. With that we want to annoucce Temple Theaters’ (all Digital) FALL 2020 Season

William Wycherley’s
The Country Wife
A new adaptation by Rachel Atkins,
Directed by Brandon McShaffery 
Presented in Live Digital format

By Anton Chekhov
Directed by Marcus Giamatti
Presented in Live Digital format 

From Safe To Brave Redux
By Dr. Kimmika Williams-Witherspoon
Directed by Dr. Kimmika Williams-Witherspoon
Presented in a digital format

Multiple Song Cycles
Presented digitally throughout the semester

Philly Young Playwrights: New Voices
Presented in a digital format

As You Like It
by William Shakespeare
Directed by Douglas C. Wager
Filmed and presented in a digitally immersive format

The Laramie Project
by Moises Kaufman & Stephen Belber
Presented in a digital format

A couple of things to note: 
  • There will be no live audiences for productions in the CPCA. This means that all productions will be streamed digitally either live, as recorded video, or as a combination of both.
  • We are still putting all the details together regarding dates for performances/number of performances. These decisions are based on timing and rights discussions surrounding streaming. 
  • We will not be charging admission-- instead offering these streaming productions for free.
  • Our Spring Season is currently unchanged from our original announcement -- we will include more information about Spring as soon as we know more about the conditions related to reopening spaces in 2021. 

In addition, we want to mention that changing times mean that some of our plans regarding how we will be able to provide audiences with these productions may shift slightly -- please bear with us. We will update our audiences and students when we can if there are any adjustments to make. Please join us to support these online productions! 



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