Eugene O’Neill Theater Center announces full 58th Summer Season

Artists include: Andrew Kim, Tom Lee, South Miller, Jacob Brindamour, Kate Douglas, Brittany Fisher, Neena Beber, Mallory Jane Weiss, Deepak Kumar, Max Yu, Erlina Ortiz, Robi Hager, Jay Adana, Gavin Creel, Brad Simmons, Marilyn Maye, Matthew Scott, Natalie Douglas, Jenn Colella, Ken Page, and more!

The Eugene O’Neill Theater Center is excited to announce its 2022 summer season, which features the return of some beloved in-person public events put on pause during the virtual and hybrid seasons of 2020 and 2021. 

The O’Neill’s national programs have a history of supporting and empowering a wide variety of work and the talented artists who create it during the development process, providing valuable mentorship, community building, and space for creative risk-taking. This summer will be no different as artists and audiences reunite to celebrate artistry and exploration. 

Between the O’Neill’s four performance-producing conferences—the National Puppetry Conference, the National Playwrights Conference, the National Music Theater Conference, and the Cabaret & Performance Conference—there will be more than 30 public events for audiences to attend where they can discover new work and new voices. The O’Neill is also pleased to welcome arts journalists back to campus for the National Critics Institute and to continue the National Theater Institute Theatermakers Summer Intensive, which will once again feature performances devised by students and presented to the public for free each week.

"Summer at the O'Neill is a special time full of community and creativity, and our entire staff is excited to welcome this slate of talented artists to our campus to be a part of it,” said Executive Director Tiffani Gavin. “I appreciate the vital work of our artistic directors in gathering this group of brilliant and innovative individuals. I am confident that audiences will be inspired by their work, and I am particularly pleased to be able to welcome those audiences back to celebrate these vibrant new works after so much time apart."

Member pre-sale for all summer 2022 ticketed performance events began May 19 at 8am, and tickets go on sale to the general public on June 1.