The Beverly Arts Center (BAC), 2407 W. 111th St., recently announced the productions for its upcoming 2019-2020 season, dubbed the “Season of Inclusion.”
The content in each play represents themes of race, sexual orientation, ethnicity, disability and more.
“The season will take an in-depth look at stories that are frequently overlooked in society,” said Andrew Orrego-Lindstad, director of development for the BAC and member of the BAC Diversity and Inclusion Committee.
“In collaboration with our Diversity and Inclusion Committee, we wanted to further explore and exemplify the values of diversity and equity, and creating an entire year of theater to explore that is something that excites us greatly. We’re happy it’s come to fruition with these incredible productions that will challenge how we perceive aspects of humanity.”
The season will feature the following: “Topdog/Underdog,” Oct. 12-20; “Love Letters,” Feb. 13-16, 2020; “Next to Normal,” April 16-19; “Mothers & Sons,” June 25-28; “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” June 11-14; and “The Good Body,” Aug. 20-23, 2020.
Tickets to each production are $24, $22 for BAC members. Also offered is a Theatre Season Flex Pass, which allows purchasers to get six tickets that can be used for each production, all six for one performance, or mix and match. The Theatre Season Flex Pass is $120.
For more information, tickets, or flex passes, call (773) 445-3838, or visit the website at beverlyartcenter.org.