Visitors seeking theater, opera or dance performances will find classic productions by an acclaimed director and works from emerging artists among the festival’s many offerings.
WOOLFE STREET PLAYHOUSE
For an intimate cabaret-style venue, check out a performance at the Woolfe Street Playhouse off of North King Street. Choices include a piece by tap dancer Ayodele Casel or a onewoman monologue called “Angel” about a sniper during a siege on a town in
Irish director Garry Hynes returns to the festival to direct two performances. She directs the U.S. premiere of Vivaldi’s opera “Farnace” and her theater company’s production of “Waiting for Godot.” Both are at the Dock Street Theatre.