National Read a Book Day is September 6 and we’re celebrating by looking back at our storied history (pun intended) of producing and presenting books that have been adapted for the stage. How many of these productions from the past ten years have you seen? Do you have any favorites we didn’t include? Let us know on social media!
Tag Archive for: Anna Karenina
‘We are talking about people who are well-trained, multi-faceted and contribute to the community in a lot of different ways,’ says the director
Math is cool. And if you love theatre, this new educational offering will show you why.
Never read the 800-page novel? No sweat. Here’s all you need to know to enjoy ‘Anna Karenina’
From the dialects to the titles to the silly nicknames, here are a few fun facts about the making of ‘Anna Karenina’
Director Chris Coleman talks about turning Tolstoy’s enduring, expansive novel into a taut stage play
Sweeping adaptation of Tolstoy’s masterpiece will bring romantic backdrop of Tsarist Russia to life in heart-wrenching tale
This acclaimed modern adaptation of Tolstoy’s beloved novel tells the sprawling tale of passion and betrayal in quick, economical strokes.
Chris Coleman’s 40th anniversary season will include two world premieres, Tolstoy and an African-American Oklahoma!