In addition to serving as Artistic Director of the Bard Theatre, Doug Schutte is at the moment a playwright in residence. The performs listed under have all been produced (some with world premieres) on the Bard Theatre, and many have acquired second and third productions elsewhere. (For Schutte works premiered/carried out elsewhere, please contact Schutte or his present consultant).
Schutte transitioned from writing for the display screen to writing for the stage whereas working at Shakespeare’s Globe in London. Since then, Schutte has been rekindled by her love of the stage, writing nearly completely for dwell theatre, save for the occasional journal article, political advert or net sequence.
Performer’s Note: In itemizing the casting necessities for the performs under, I’ve supplied the forged for the primary stage manufacturing on the Bard Theatre. These are under no circumstances “necessities”. I like the characters (and textual content) I create a lot that I’ve no real interest in placing them within the nook. Minting could be something that works for you and what you are promoting except in any other case acknowledged. Do you need to make CHASING OPHELIA with an all feminine forged? sounds good. Do you need to make The King of Christmas with solely an African-American forged, or solely older ones, and even and not using a double forged? please..
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Newly created character Ned Mark finds love, loses it, chases it… and – as he travels by way of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth and Hamlet (to call just a few) – takes William Shakespeare’s The character world is introduced into the stream or disruption. Along the way in which, Ned begins to seek out his goal.