Doug Schutte is the Artistic Director of the Bard Theatre and is also a playwright in residence at the theater right now. All of the plays below have been put on by the Bard Theatre, and some of them had their world premieres there. Many of them have also been put on elsewhere a second or third time. (If you want to know about Schutte works that were premiered or performed somewhere else, please contact Schutte or his current agent.)
When Schutte worked at Shakespeare’s Globe in London, he switched from writing for the movies to writing for the stage. Since then, Schutte’s love of the stage has brought her back to writing almost only for live theater, with the exception of the occasional magazine article, political ad, or web series.
Performer’s Note: I’ve included the cast for the main stage production at the Bard Theatre in the list of roles for the plays below. These are certainly not “needs.” I love the text and characters I make so much that I don’t want to put them in a corner. Unless otherwise stated, minting can be anything that works for you and your business. Do you want to cast only women in CHASING OPHELIA? looks good. Do you want to make The King of Christmas with only black actors, only older actors, or even without any actors at all? please..
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Ned Mark, a new character, finds love, loses it, and goes after it. And as he goes through plays like “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” “Romeo and Juliet,” “Macbeth,” and “Hamlet,” he takes William Shakespeare’s words with him. The world of the characters is brought into the flow of chaos. Along the way, Ned starts to figure out what he is here for.