THE LATEST NEWS
SEASON 37 STARTS IN SEPTEMBER!
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We are excited to announce our five-play Season 37, beginning LIVE in September. We’ve got four distinctly American stories that do a deep dive into our history and bring us right up to the present day, along with a return to Shakespeare with his most beloved and buoyant comedy, A Midsummer Night’s Dream as we wake up from this revolutionary pandemic year.
REMEMBERING CHARLES COFONE
With great sadness we mourn the passing of Charles Cofone, long-time Gamm resident artist, composer and sound designer for more than two decades. Charles was a close colleague, good friend and mentor to many of us and an invaluable contributor to the success of so many of our productions going back to our days as Alias Stage.
His original compositions - from Peter Barnes' Red Noses to Brecht's Mother Courage, Shakespeare's Twelfth Night and As You Like It and, most recently, It's A Wonderful Life- along with designing sound for dozens of non-musical productions were testament to Charles' incomparable range and incredible technical skill.
He was a good friend and a near constant presence in the rehearsal room for 25 years. Charles will be remembered always for his dedication to the work, his kindness and impeccable artistry. We wouldn't be the theatre we are without him.
MISSED THE GALA? NO PROBLEM!
The Gamm will reopen for Season 37 (2021-22) with a five-play lineup beginning at the end of September 2021. The season includes an Obie award-winner, a premiere of a late 19th century classic re-invented for our pandemic year, the regional premiere of a contemporary critically acclaimed look at working class America, and the first Shakespeare production in The Gamm’s Warwick home.
“We’ve got four distinctly American stories that do a deep dive into our history and bring us right up to the present day, along with a return to Shakespeare with his most beloved and buoyant comedy, A Midsummer Night’s Dream as we wake up from this revolutionary pandemic year,” says Gamm Artistic Director Tony Estrella.
Aug 16 - Sep 27
7 IN PERSON SESSIONS
Instructor: Fred Sullivan Jr.
Explore the craft of acting in a class formatted to suit actors of varying levels of experience through partnered scene work. Students will explore the work of great American contemporary writers. Scenes will be suited to individual needs and rehearsed beat by beat, focusing on actor coaching. This class culminates in a showcase of student work. Rehearsal outside of class time is required. Please prepare a monologue for the first day of class. This class is not suitable for beginners.