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May
23
Thu
Jobsite – Hedda @ Shimberg Playhouse
May 23 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

HEDDA

Adapted by Lucy Kirkwood from the play by Henrik Ibsen

May. 10 – Jun. 2, 2019

Thu. – Sat. 8pm, Sun. 4pm

Preview Performances: May. 8 – 9 | Wed. – Thr. 8pm

Shimberg Playhouse, Straz Center for the Performing Arts

Hedda, still mourning the father she adored, returns from her honeymoon with a husband she doesn’t love, to a flat they can’t afford and a pregnancy she doesn’t want. Trapped by her past and terrified by her future, bored by her life but too cowardly to walk away from it, she finds herself caught between three men. Ultimately, something has to give. In this updated version of Ibsen’s classic, set in 21st-century Notting Hill, thrilling young British playwright Lucy Kirkwood reworks the Hedda Gabler tale into a daring glimpse at her choices from a woman’s point of view.

May
24
Fri
Jobsite – Hedda @ Shimberg Playhouse
May 24 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

HEDDA

Adapted by Lucy Kirkwood from the play by Henrik Ibsen

May. 10 – Jun. 2, 2019

Thu. – Sat. 8pm, Sun. 4pm

Preview Performances: May. 8 – 9 | Wed. – Thr. 8pm

Shimberg Playhouse, Straz Center for the Performing Arts

Hedda, still mourning the father she adored, returns from her honeymoon with a husband she doesn’t love, to a flat they can’t afford and a pregnancy she doesn’t want. Trapped by her past and terrified by her future, bored by her life but too cowardly to walk away from it, she finds herself caught between three men. Ultimately, something has to give. In this updated version of Ibsen’s classic, set in 21st-century Notting Hill, thrilling young British playwright Lucy Kirkwood reworks the Hedda Gabler tale into a daring glimpse at her choices from a woman’s point of view.

May
25
Sat
Jobsite – Hedda @ Shimberg Playhouse
May 25 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

HEDDA

Adapted by Lucy Kirkwood from the play by Henrik Ibsen

May. 10 – Jun. 2, 2019

Thu. – Sat. 8pm, Sun. 4pm

Preview Performances: May. 8 – 9 | Wed. – Thr. 8pm

Shimberg Playhouse, Straz Center for the Performing Arts

Hedda, still mourning the father she adored, returns from her honeymoon with a husband she doesn’t love, to a flat they can’t afford and a pregnancy she doesn’t want. Trapped by her past and terrified by her future, bored by her life but too cowardly to walk away from it, she finds herself caught between three men. Ultimately, something has to give. In this updated version of Ibsen’s classic, set in 21st-century Notting Hill, thrilling young British playwright Lucy Kirkwood reworks the Hedda Gabler tale into a daring glimpse at her choices from a woman’s point of view.

May
26
Sun
Jobsite – Hedda – Matinee @ Shimberg Playhouse
May 26 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

HEDDA

Adapted by Lucy Kirkwood from the play by Henrik Ibsen

May. 10 – Jun. 2, 2019

Thu. – Sat. 8pm, Sun. 4pm

Preview Performances: May. 8 – 9 | Wed. – Thr. 8pm

Shimberg Playhouse, Straz Center for the Performing Arts

Hedda, still mourning the father she adored, returns from her honeymoon with a husband she doesn’t love, to a flat they can’t afford and a pregnancy she doesn’t want. Trapped by her past and terrified by her future, bored by her life but too cowardly to walk away from it, she finds herself caught between three men. Ultimately, something has to give. In this updated version of Ibsen’s classic, set in 21st-century Notting Hill, thrilling young British playwright Lucy Kirkwood reworks the Hedda Gabler tale into a daring glimpse at her choices from a woman’s point of view.

May
30
Thu
Jobsite – Hedda @ Shimberg Playhouse
May 30 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

HEDDA

Adapted by Lucy Kirkwood from the play by Henrik Ibsen

May. 10 – Jun. 2, 2019

Thu. – Sat. 8pm, Sun. 4pm

Preview Performances: May. 8 – 9 | Wed. – Thr. 8pm

Shimberg Playhouse, Straz Center for the Performing Arts

Hedda, still mourning the father she adored, returns from her honeymoon with a husband she doesn’t love, to a flat they can’t afford and a pregnancy she doesn’t want. Trapped by her past and terrified by her future, bored by her life but too cowardly to walk away from it, she finds herself caught between three men. Ultimately, something has to give. In this updated version of Ibsen’s classic, set in 21st-century Notting Hill, thrilling young British playwright Lucy Kirkwood reworks the Hedda Gabler tale into a daring glimpse at her choices from a woman’s point of view.

May
31
Fri
Jobsite – Hedda @ Shimberg Playhouse
May 31 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

HEDDA

Adapted by Lucy Kirkwood from the play by Henrik Ibsen

May. 10 – Jun. 2, 2019

Thu. – Sat. 8pm, Sun. 4pm

Preview Performances: May. 8 – 9 | Wed. – Thr. 8pm

Shimberg Playhouse, Straz Center for the Performing Arts

Hedda, still mourning the father she adored, returns from her honeymoon with a husband she doesn’t love, to a flat they can’t afford and a pregnancy she doesn’t want. Trapped by her past and terrified by her future, bored by her life but too cowardly to walk away from it, she finds herself caught between three men. Ultimately, something has to give. In this updated version of Ibsen’s classic, set in 21st-century Notting Hill, thrilling young British playwright Lucy Kirkwood reworks the Hedda Gabler tale into a daring glimpse at her choices from a woman’s point of view.

Jun
1
Sat
Jobsite – Hedda @ Shimberg Playhouse
Jun 1 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

HEDDA

Adapted by Lucy Kirkwood from the play by Henrik Ibsen

May. 10 – Jun. 2, 2019

Thu. – Sat. 8pm, Sun. 4pm

Preview Performances: May. 8 – 9 | Wed. – Thr. 8pm

Shimberg Playhouse, Straz Center for the Performing Arts

Hedda, still mourning the father she adored, returns from her honeymoon with a husband she doesn’t love, to a flat they can’t afford and a pregnancy she doesn’t want. Trapped by her past and terrified by her future, bored by her life but too cowardly to walk away from it, she finds herself caught between three men. Ultimately, something has to give. In this updated version of Ibsen’s classic, set in 21st-century Notting Hill, thrilling young British playwright Lucy Kirkwood reworks the Hedda Gabler tale into a daring glimpse at her choices from a woman’s point of view.

Jun
2
Sun
Jobsite – Hedda – Matinee @ Shimberg Playhouse
Jun 2 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

HEDDA

Adapted by Lucy Kirkwood from the play by Henrik Ibsen

May. 10 – Jun. 2, 2019

Thu. – Sat. 8pm, Sun. 4pm

Preview Performances: May. 8 – 9 | Wed. – Thr. 8pm

Shimberg Playhouse, Straz Center for the Performing Arts

Hedda, still mourning the father she adored, returns from her honeymoon with a husband she doesn’t love, to a flat they can’t afford and a pregnancy she doesn’t want. Trapped by her past and terrified by her future, bored by her life but too cowardly to walk away from it, she finds herself caught between three men. Ultimately, something has to give. In this updated version of Ibsen’s classic, set in 21st-century Notting Hill, thrilling young British playwright Lucy Kirkwood reworks the Hedda Gabler tale into a daring glimpse at her choices from a woman’s point of view.

Jul
12
Fri
Jobsite – Constellations @ Shimberg Playhouse
Jul 12 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

CONSTELLATIONS

By Nick Payne

Jul. 12 – Aug. 4, 2019

Thu. – Sat. 8pm, Sun. 4pm

Preview Performances: Jul. 10 – 11 | Wed. – Thr. 8pm

Shimberg Playhouse, Straz Center for the Performing Arts

What if every decision we’ve made—and not made—exists simultaneously in infinite parallel universes? So goes this bracing, glorious love story of Marianne and Roland, an urban beekeeper and a physicist, whose myriad possibilities unfold in sumptuous arcs and trajectories that challenge the distinction between choice and destiny. Nick Payne’s critically-acclaimed triumph melds science and romance into Constellations, a play that comes along every so often to disrupt our notion of what can be done in theater and what it means to be alive and in love.

Jul
13
Sat
Jobsite – Constellations @ Shimberg Playhouse
Jul 13 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

CONSTELLATIONS

By Nick Payne

Jul. 12 – Aug. 4, 2019

Thu. – Sat. 8pm, Sun. 4pm

Preview Performances: Jul. 10 – 11 | Wed. – Thr. 8pm

Shimberg Playhouse, Straz Center for the Performing Arts

What if every decision we’ve made—and not made—exists simultaneously in infinite parallel universes? So goes this bracing, glorious love story of Marianne and Roland, an urban beekeeper and a physicist, whose myriad possibilities unfold in sumptuous arcs and trajectories that challenge the distinction between choice and destiny. Nick Payne’s critically-acclaimed triumph melds science and romance into Constellations, a play that comes along every so often to disrupt our notion of what can be done in theater and what it means to be alive and in love.