Amphibian Stage Productions has announced the schedule for its National Theatre Live screenings for the late summer and fall.
The news release said that line up consisted of the following movies:
– Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie (devised by The Companies) on July 26 and 29
– Salomé by Yaël Farber on August 16 and 19
– Obession directed by Ivo van Hove on September 6
– Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? By Edward Albee on September 13
– Angels in America by Tony Kushner
– Part I: Millennium Approaches on September 27 and 30
– Part II: Perestroika on October 4 and 7
– Yerma by Simon Stone after Frederico García Lorca on Novemeber 15 and 18
– Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead by Tom Stoppard Novemenber 29 and December 2
For more information on the upcoming shows, including times, go to amphibianstage.com/plays/national-theatre-live
The Amphibian stage website shows the ticket price to be $20 and can be purchased online or by calling or emailing the box office at (817) 923 – 3012 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The screenings are held in partnership with The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth and made possible by the Jill and Charles Fischer Foundation.