TheatreSquared's 2024-25 Season
  • Event date: 2025-06-29

TheatreSquared's 19th season features six new productions, including award-winning classics, futuristic thrillers, a world premier, and Shakespeare’s beloved comedy “Twelfth Night”!

The recently Obie Award-winning TheatreSquared has garnered attention worldwide but still sticks to its regional theater roots, locally producing nationally acclaimed shows for upwards of 80,000 audience members each year. The largest theatre in Arkansas, TheatreSquared calls Fayetteville, AR home, producing 350 events and performances each year on the 50,000 square foot, award-winning, state-of-the-art TheatreSquared campus. With two small theatres and ample open space in the lobby, TheatreSquared maintains the intimate, immersive experience audiences have come to expect, harkening back to their days as a small black box theater.

The upcoming season kicks off in August 2024 with performances scheduled through June 2025.

Announced titles include:

A Raisin in the Sun - August 21 - September 15, 2024

Lorraine Hansberry's timeless masterpiece unfolds on Chicago’s South Side, delving into the divergent dreams and conflicts within the Younger family across three generations. The play paints a vivid portrait of their struggle to retain dignity amidst a harsh and ever-changing world. With poignant depth, Hansberry's work continues to resonate as a searing testament of hope and inspiration.

twenty50 - October 2 - November 3, 2024

Prosperous Southwestern rancher Andres Salazar is in a brutally challenging race for Congress in the year 2050. When his own sense of humanity runs up against his stated political platform, the stakes couldn’t be higher: is compromising his sense of identity worth the potential benefits? And what’s to be done with this mysterious stranger who’s suddenly stumbled onto his ranch?

Primary Trust - January 22 - February 23, 2025

Winner of the 2024 Pulitzer Prize, Primary Trust follows mild-mannered Kenneth, a 36-year-old, set-in-his-ways bookstore worker, who spends most evenings sipping Mai Tais with his best friend at the local tiki bar. When he’s suddenly laid off, his world turns upside down—in more ways than one. Booth's surprising, touching comedy explores new beginnings, old friends, and the power of seeing the world through fresh eyes.

Twelfth Night - March 5 - March 30, 2025

Experience Shakespeare’s timeless comedy, where mistaken identities, passionate pursuits, and comedic chaos collide. Separated by a shipwreck, Viola and her twin brother embark on a journey of disguise and deception, leading to a tangled web of unrequited love. With lively music, captivating swordplay, and a fresh perspective, TheatreSquared's reimagining of this "most wonderful" romantic comedy promises an unforgettable live theatre experience.

In The Grove of Forgetting - April 16 - May 11, 2025

Summer, 1938. Ilona, a concert pianist known for her sharp wit as much as her musical passion, refuses to be ruled by fear, even as fellow Jewish artists and academics flee Hungary. Surely Budapest is safe from the growing Nazi fervor—isn’t it? Filled with intrigue, music, and wry humor, this world premiere is a taut emotional thriller, as a woman caught in one of history’s darkest moments fights to find a way forward.

A Gentlemen's Guide to Love and Murder - June 4 - June 29, 2025

Get ready for a riotous adventure with A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder. Follow Monty Navarro, a low-born man who discovers he's eighth in line for an earldom in the D'Ysquith family. With murder, mayhem, and romance on his mind, Monty plots a wicked scheme to knock off his relatives. Featuring unforgettable music, endless laughs, and a standout performance by one actor playing all eight doomed heirs, this comedic romp guarantees an evening of uproarious fun.

Show descriptions courtesy of TheatreSquared.

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