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Theatre @ Boston Court announces 2011 season lineup

December 3, 2010 |  1:48 pm

Court Pasadena's Theatre @ Boston Court has announced its 2011 season lineup, which will include a world premiere play as well as a collaboration with the CalArts School of Theatre on a production of Tennessee Williams' "Camino Real."

The new season will feature four mainstage productions, each one scheduled to run for four weeks. Williams' "Camino Real" is scheduled to open Feb. 12 and will be directed by Jessica Kubzansky, co-artistic director of the company. The play, which Williams wrote in 1953, takes places in an imaginary walled-in city where characters from literature and history mix freely with purely fictional characters.

Fin Kennedy's 2005 play "How to Disappear Completely and Never Be Found" is set to open April 30. The drama, inspired by the book of the same title by Doug Richmond, will be directed by Nancy Keystone.

The world premiere of “Witness Uganda,” conceived and written by Matt Gould and Griffin Matthews, is scheduled to open July 23. The production, directed by Matthews, is a musical based on a true story about an African American actor from New York who goes to Uganda to do volunteer work.

Closing the season will be a production of John Walch's "The Dinosaur Within," scheduled to open Oct. 15. The play, directed by company co-artistic director Michael Michetti, is about the disappearance of ancient dinosaur footprints in the Australian outback and the havoc that it creates among an eclectic cast of characters.

-- David Ng

Photo: Theatre @ Boston Court in Pasadena. Credit: © 2010 Boston Court

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