The Actors’ Theatre of Columbus announced on Thursday, April 30 that it would be canceling its 2020 “Royals” themed season due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The difficult decision was made with the health of staff, actors and audience in mind, said the company in a statement. “ATC cannot project right now what […]
Actors’ Theatre presents Liz Duffy Adams’ restoration-era farce, Or, in a crackling production directed by Rowan Winterwood with the right amounts of sweet and hot. Or finds Aphra Behn (Michelle Weiser), poet and former spy, in a debtors’ prison from unpaid wages due to an untimely beheading of her boss, the King, in the rise […]
Fun Evening . Delicious Dinning. Interactive Theater. Laughs. Solve The Mystery. Guests will be treated to a fun time of delicious food with live entertainment. Get involved and help solve the mystery for the night! The evening starts out with stationed dining featuring freshly prepared menu items from our chef. A prix fixe menu filled […]
Actors Theatre 2019 Fall Fundraiser: Wine For a Reason Join us Thursday, September 26th for drinks and hors d’ouevres, bid on our silent auction, hear what the future holds for ATC, and rub elbows with some very special guests!
Actors’ Theatre closes their 2019 Tainted Love series in the park with a handsome, stiletto-sharp production of Christopher Hampton’s hit 1985 adaptation of Pierre Choderlos de Laclos’ 1782 novel Les Liaisons Dangereuses, directed by Andy Falter and Philip J. Hickman. Les Liaisons Dangereuses focuses on the torrid friendship of two bored aristocrats, sometime-lovers and full-time-manipulators […]
One of the most surefire crowd-pleasers in the Shakespeare canon, As You Like It depends on a tricky chemical mix of buoyancy and gravity. In Actors’ third park production of 2019, director Pam Hill and her actors strike that balance almost perfectly. As You Like It, for all its court intrigue and hijinks, hinges on […]
Actors’ Theatre of Columbus presents Little Women By Louisa May Alcott Adapted by Marian De Forest Directed by Beth Josephsen June 20 – July 14, 2019 Thursdays through Sundays at 8pm Schiller Park Amphitheatre (German Village) “Be worthy of love, and love will come.” Louisa May Alcott wrote the first great American novel – a […]