by J.T. Rogers

September 19 – October 21
*Regional Premiere*


Fresh from Broadway and the West End, the regional premiere of this stunning new play will captivate audiences. Inspired by the true story of the back-channel talks, unlikely friendships, and quiet heroics that led to the Oslo Peace Accords between the Israelis and the Palestinians, Oslo is a deeply personal story set against a complex historical canvas, a story about the individuals behind world history and their all too human ambitions. Oslo is “thrilling, a colossus,” raves Ben Brantley of The New York Times. At this cultural moment when finding common ground is paramount, “Oslo gives us hope” (Joe Dziemianowicz, Daily News). Winner of the 2017 Tony Award for Best Play.

Taklbacks will be help after evening performances on September 29 & October 7.

Click here to download the Oslo Study Guide

Spot On Oslo: Peacemakers and Paths to Hope
September 23, 3 – 4 PM with lobby reception to follow
Free and Open to the Public
Ticketed performance of Oslo begins at 5 PM
Click here for more information about Spot On Oslo

Oslo Creative Team:
Director: Peter Hackett^
Assistant to the Director: Sophia Kinne
Scenic Designer: Rebecca Lord-Surratt+
Costume Designer: Hunter Kaczorowski+
Lighting Designer: Jennifer Reiser+
Sound Designer: Jane Shaw+
Projection Designer: Alek Deva
Dialect Coach: Dale Coye & Louis Sallan
Production Stage Manager: Brian R. Sekinger*
Assistant Stage Manager: Jess Johnston*

Oslo Cast:
Johan Jorgen Holst/Finn Grandal: Eric Bunge*
Mona Juul: Susan Haefner*
Uri Savir: Matthew Cohn*
Ahmed Qurie: Tom Mardirosian*
Hassan Asfour: Louis Sallan*
Shimon Peres/Yair Hirschfeld: Todd Cerveris*
Ron Pundak/Jan Egeland: Max Samuels*
Joel Singer: Dominic Comperatore*
Marianne Heiberg/Toril Grandal: Amanda Rafuse
Terje Rod-Larsen: David Mason*
Thor Bjornevog/American Diplomat: Mike Backman
Yossi Beilin/Trond Gundersen/German Husband: Paul West
Waiter & Others: Zachary Gottschall
Swedish Hostess & Others: Sophia Kinne
Server & Others: Kerrigan Quenemoen
German Wife & Others: Sam West

^Member SDC
+Member USA
*Member AEA

Advisory: Ages 13 and up for mature themes and strong language.
Warning: Electronic cigarettes are used in this production. They do not contain nicotine or tobacco.
Approximate Run Time: 2 hours and 45 minutes including one 15-minute intermission

Watch the CATV interview about Oslo and Dear Elizabeth with directors Peter Hackett and Carol Dunne

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