Shakespeare Theatre Co. Announces 2024/2025 Season

Subscriptions are on sale now for the Shakespeare Theatre Company‘s upcoming 2024/2025 season.

The season includes two-time Tony Award-winner Matthew Broderick (The Producers) making his STC debut in Babbitt, a sly political satire based on Sinclair Lewis’s 1922 novel exploring an American mid-life crisis run amok.

Artistic Director Simon Godwin says he will direct three productions: Shakespeare’s Comedy of Errors, featuring Alex Brightman and David Fynn, Uncle Vanya starring Hugh Bonneville (Downton Abbey), and All the Devils Are Here: How Shakespeare Invented the Villain, welcoming back Patrick Page (King Lear) in a special add-on title (outside the full six-play season, available as an add-on to subscribers.)

The season will also feature Carey Perloff directing Tom Stoppard’s Tony and Olivier Award-winning play Leopoldstadt, director Ruben Santiago-Hudson and playwright and actor John Kani (Black Panther) in his poignant drama Kunene and the King, and Emily Burns directing the world premiere of her new adaptation of Frankenstein.

Six-play full-season subscriptions are available now by calling the Box Office (202.547.1122). Smaller packages and single tickets will be available for purchase after the subscription period when all full-season subscribers have selected their seats.