September 29, 2020 | programming | No Comments
CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio — Dobama Theatre has announced a lineup of alternative programming, including filmed performances and a virtual theatre festival in lieu of live productions for the 2020-21 season.
“The 20/21 season will be a year of intermission, transition, and transformation. We are thrilled to reveal our plans for a year of exciting alternative artistic programming, investment in new play development, and engagement with our shared community,” said the theatre’s artistic director Nathan Motta in a press release. “We also look forward to sharing bold anti-racism and anti-bias action plans in the coming months as we hold ourselves accountable to the vital work of dismantling harmful antiquated theatre practices and creating a welcoming, equitable, and safe artmaking organization. Dobama Theatre will emerge from this moment stronger, focused, more equitable, and with renewed purpose.”
Headlining the schedule is the Immersive Theatre Festival, set for October 15-25, featuring interactive theatrical experiences