The Classics Theatre Project

The Classics Theatre Project is a 501(c)3 non-profit performing arts organization with a mission to produce relevant classics to enrich the culture of North Texas.

2023 Season

William Shakespeare

The Taming of the Shrew

March 31 – April 23

Directed By: Joey Folsom

Outdoor performances at Addison Theatre Centre

Eugene O’Neill

Long Day's Journey Into Night

May 19 – June 11

Directed By: Jackie L. Kemp

Performed at the Stone Cottage in Addison, TX

Anton Chekhov

The Seagull

September 1 – September 24

Directed By: Terry Martin

Performed at the Stone Cottage in Addison, TX

Arthur Miller

The Crucible

Fall 2023

Directed By: John Psyzk

Performed at the Stone Cottage in Addison, TX


Long Day's Journey Into Night

May 19 - June 11

Directed by: Jackie L. Kemp
Performances at The Stone Cottage in Addison, TX

This semi-autobiographical play depicts one long, summer day in the life of the fictional Tyrone family, a dysfunctional household based on famed American playwright, Eugene O’Neill’s immediate family during his early years.

First published posthumously in 1956. Long Day’s Journey Into Night is widely regarded as one of the greatest American plays of the twentieth century.

Audience Reviews

What People Are Saying

The greatest compliment that I can pay to this tremendously powerful production [...] is that for almost two and a half hours I did not once squirm in my seat, check the time, or maybe even take a breath. This Cat on a Hot Tin Roof redefines riveting theater.
Doug Sturdivant
DFW Center Stage
True art is to address challenging topics and weave in a thick thread of humor; Folsom's vision made this art possible. Don't miss out on the realization of this vision of a Checkhov classic.
Emily Short
Broadway World Dallas
In the relatively recent history of The Classics Theatre Project, I have stood in awe of their brilliance for staging from the theatre canon, and making them vibrant, accessible and relevant. Their treatments are intelligent and entertaining, with a keen and kinetic spin.
Christopher Soden
Sharp Critic
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