PAWTUCKET – Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre Artistic Director Tony Estrella has announced the theater’s 2013-2014 season, with a lineup of contemporary plays all making their Rhode Island debut as well as a Shakespearean classic.
The season will start off with South Boston-native David Lindsay-Abaire’s “Good People,” followed by Dan LeFranc’s off-Broadway hit “The Big Meal.”
Next the Gamm will usher in the New Year with a pairing of two one-act plays by Caryl Churchill: “A Number” and “Far Away,” before heading back to its roots for a production of Shakespeare’s “Macbeth.”
The Gamm’s 29th season will conclude with David Harrower’s “Blackbird,” an off-Broadway hit about the fallout from an affair between a girl and a much older man.
“Past, present and future collide in our 2013-14 season,” Estrella said in prepared remarks. “Taking our cue from our centerpiece Shakespeare production, Macbeth, we offer five plays that examine time as defined by the Scottish king himself: “all our yesterdays” to “this petty pace from day to day,” then looking forward to “tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow.””