Venue: Pollock Stage
A World Premiere By Rick Foster
Starring: Janis Stevens as Katharine Hepburn
Directed By: Peter Sander
Running Time: 90 Minutes
Parental Guidance: Appropriate for High School Age & Older
Community Partnership: Area 4 Agency on Aging
Production extended by popular demand!
Award-winning playwright Rick Foster, author of the critically-acclaimed Vivien (2007), returns to STC with his newest work. This world premiere play about one of the greatest stage and screen legends of our time is the opening production in STC’s intimate Pollock Stage as part of this year’s Season of Legends, Epics, and Icons.
Taking place on New Year’s Eve 1999, Katharine Hepburn reflects on her life and her loves as she ponders, at age 92, what the future holds. Filled with fond memories, while also delving into uncharted emotional waters, audiences will experience a side of Hepburn they, perhaps, have never seen.
Join us for our free Prologue Series in the theatre 45 minutes before each regularly scheduled public performance and learn more about the play, the author, and STC’s production in advance of the performance.
This production is performed without an intermission. Please note that due to the intimate nature of the venue and the production, there will be no late seating for this production.
Also note that seating in the Pollock Stage is general admission, first-come, first-served seating. Seating opens approximately one hour before the performance.