Insight Theatre is proud to announce four nominations for the 2019 Theatre Circle awards.

Outstanding Actor in a Comedy 
Pete Winfrey, The Importance of Being Earnest

Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama 
Jen Theby-Quinn, Silent Sky

Outstanding Lighting Design in a Drama 
Rob Lippert, Silent Sky

Outstanding Sound Design in a Drama 
James Blanton, Silent Sky

Announcing the 2019 Season for Insight Theatre Company

Insight Theatre Company is proud to present our twelfth season of entertainment! Join us this season for Daddy Long Legs from March 28th to April 14th, The Revolutionists from June 27th to July 14, and Shakespeare in Love from August 28th to September 15th.

 

Insight Theatre Company Auditions for 2019 Season

Photo from Insight Theatre Company’s 2014 production of Over the River and Through the Woods. Starring Tom Murray (Nunzio Cristano), Maggie Ryan (Emma Cristano), Tommy Nolan (Aida Gianelli), Jerry Vogel (Frank Gianelli) and Matt Pentecost (Nick Cristano)

Auditions for the 2019 season are happening in January! Insight Theatre is looking for actors for both The Revolutionists and Shakespeare in Love. Learn more about the upcoming auditions!

Vote for Insight Theatre Company for Broadway World Awards

Insight Theatre company is asking patrons and friends to vote for Insight Theatre, productions, and people in this year’s awards. You can vote at the link below!

https://www.broadwayworld.com/st-louis/

Insight Theatre Company Presents “Silent Sky” by Lauren Gunderson

Poster for Insight Theatre Silent Sky

Insight Theatre Company is proud to present “Silent Sky” by Lauren Gunderson.

Directed by Maggie Ryan, Silent Sky tells the story of Henrietta Swan Leavitt and the real women “computers” working at the dawn of modern astronomy.

Insight’s production stars Gwen Wotawa, Elizabeth Townsend, Alex Freeman, Chrissy Steel, and Jen Theby Quinn. Silent Sky runs from October 19th to November 4th at the Kranzberg Theatre. Get your tickets today!

Learn more by watching this video by playwright Lauren Gunderson where she discusses the real-life astronomer Henrietta Leavitt.