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Washington Shakespeare Company Releases 2009-2010 Season

By • Aug 15th, 2009 • Category: News

Washington Shakespeare Company has released their planned 2009-2010 season:

Schedule is subject to change due to performance rights conflicts or other issues.

This will also be WSC’s final season performing at the Clark Street Playhouse. They will be moving to the newly created Arts Space for Everyone facility, formerly the Newseum, in Rosslyn.

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  1. WSC had moved its planned production of “The Front Page” to next season to coincide with WSC’s first season in the former Newseum space. In its place, WSC will mount the English language world premiere of the Chilean play “Every Young Woman’s Desire” by Marco Antonio de la Parra, translated by Charles Philip Thomas. “Every Young Woman’s Desire” won the Chilean Critics’ Circle award for Best Play in 1987. Jay Hardee, who directed WSC’s hit “Small Craft Warnings” and who is currently starring in WSC’s “Camille,” will direct a cast that includes WSC Artistic Director Christopher Henley, Kari Ginsburg, and Kathleen Akerley. “Every Young Woman’s Desire” will run in May/June 2010.

  2. Thanks for the update Jay. I’ll tweak the web site listings here.