Tampa Repertory Theatre announces plays for 2022-23 season kicking off this fall

This season’s theme revolves around ideas of social and individual responsibility, the self and the challenges of being human

click to enlarge 'Dreamers' from Tampa Repertory Theatre's 2021-22 season. - Photo via tamparep/Facebook
Photo via tamparep/Facebook
'Dreamers' from Tampa Repertory Theatre's 2021-22 season.
Three new plays are coming to The Tampa Repertory Theatre for its 2022-23 season starting this fall.

Across three Tampa stages, the theater will present “A Doll’s House, Part 2,” “The Elephant Man” and “All My Sons.”

This season’s theme revolves around ideas of social and individual responsibility, the self and the challenges of being human. The shows will run from November 2022 to June 2023.

The first play, “A Doll’s House, Part 2” directed by Stephanie Gularte will run Nov. 3 through 20, with a bitingly humorous sequel to the classic original. “The Elephant Man,” directed by Stuart Fail and onstage Feb. 2 through 19, will bring audiences on a journey alongside the drama-filled life of a physically deformed man living in nineteenth-century London. The final show, “All My Sons,” directed by Christopher Marshall, revisits the World War II-classic and premiers June 1 through 18.

Season tickets are available now through Tampa Rep. Single show tickets go on sale Oct. 1.

More information about the shows and ticket sales can be found via tamparep.org.
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