Red Bull Theater Announces 2012-13 Revelation Readings, Featuring Patrick Page, Michael Urie and More
Red Bull Theater (Jesse Berger, Artistic Director) will present its 2012-‘13 Revelation Readings beginning Monday, October 22nd, at their new home, the Lucille Lortel Theater, 121 Christopher Street between Bleecker & Hudson Streets.
Details about this season’s two mainstage productions, Ben Jonson’s Volpone and Strindberg's Dance of Death will be announced shortly.
This OBIE Award-winning ongoing series, named by the Village Voice “Best Play Reading Series,” presents staged readings of new plays and rarely performed classic texts. Revelation Readings provides a unique opportunity to hear these plays performed by many of the finest actors in New York.
This season will feature Maria Dizzia, Richard Kind, TR Knight, Jan Maxwell, Patrick Page, Lily Rabe, Matthew Rauch, Roger Rees, Reg Rogers, J. Smith-Cameron, Michael Stuhlbarg, and Michael Urie, among many others yet to be announced.
Red Bull Theater, hailed as “the most exciting classical theater in New York” by Time Out New York, is the not-profit Off-Broadway theater company specializing in plays of heightened language, with a unique focus on the Jacobean plays of Shakespeare and his contemporaries. Charles Isherwood in The New York Times called Red Bull Theater “a troupe that lovers of classic theater should put on the must-watch list.” Their productions of Pericles, Revenger’s Tragedy, Edward the Second, Women Beware Women, Duchess of Malfi, The Witch of Edmonton and The Maids all enjoyed extended sold-out Off-Broadway runs.
Tickets now on sale at www.redbulltheater.com or call 212/352-3101. Tickets will be $40 for Adults, $20 for Students/Industry and $60 for Premium Seating; Benefit tickets are $100 and $250. Subscription Packages Available: attend three readings or more and save!
A complete schedule follows (casts and details subject to change). All Readings are on Mondays at 7:30pm at Lucille Lortel Theater, 121 Christopher Street (except Nov 12th & May 13th as noted).