Juilliard Drama Announces 2015-16 Season

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Juilliard Drama Announces 2015-16 Season

Seven Guitars by August Wilson, Directed by Timothy Douglas (October 14-18)

God of Carnage by Yasmina Reza, Directed by Hal Brooks (November 4-8)

Arcadia by Tom Stoppard, Directed by Lila Neugebauer (December 16-20)


Fourth-Year Repertory (February 10-21, 2016) Features Three Additional Plays:

A Lesson from Aloes by Athol Fugard, Directed by Saheem Ali

Still by Jen Silverman, Directed by Oliver Butler

Landscape of the Body by John Guare, Directed by Evan Cabnet


Juilliard students from Group 44 in the Fall 2014 production of Angels in America. (Photo by Jessica Katz)
NEW YORK —- Juilliard Drama announces its 2015-16 season of fully-staged productions featuring Juilliard’s 45th group of acting students in their fourth and final year in the drama program at Juilliard. This fall season’s productions feature: Seven Guitars by August Wilson, directed by Timothy Douglas; God of Carnage by Yasmina Reza, directed by Hal Brooks; and Arcadia by Tom Stoppard, directed by Lila Neugebauer. In February, Juilliard Drama presents three plays in repertory, including A Lesson from Aloes by Athol Fugard and directed by Saheem Ali; Still by Jen Silverman and directed by Oliver Butler; and Landscape of the Body by John Guare and directed by Evan Cabnet.All performances take place in the Stephanie P. McClelland Drama Theater at Juilliard. 

Juilliard’s fourth-year actors (Group 45) appearing in these productions are Paton Ashbrook, Lee Edward Colston II, David Corenswet, Gwendolyn Ellis, Adam Ewer, Noah Gaynor, Jimmie “JJ” Jeter, John Kroft, Jasminn Johnson, Forrest Malloy, Hannes Otto, Marianne Rendon, Madeleine Rogers, Sarah Tolan-Mee, and Chelsea Lee Williams.


While Juilliard Drama Division performances are not open for review, we invite members of the press to enjoy these productions featuring the next generation of American actors.


View the Full Schedule and Director Biographies


Spring 2015’s 4th year drama repertory plays included a unique staging of Shakespeare’s Macbeth featuring an all-female cast.  (Photo by Jessica Katz)


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