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2021-2022 Press Releases
Book-It Announces Hybrid Season of Audio and In-Person Plays

2020-2021 Press Releases
The MANDALA OF SHERLOCK HOLMES: Intrigue, Mystery and Treachery High in the Himalayas
N.K. Jemisin’s THE EFFLUENT ENGINE: A World of Spies, Lies & Longing Looks
MAÑANALAND: An Episodic Adventure for the Whole Family
A Visitation from THE CANTERVILLE GHOST for the Holidays
Searing Short Story, CHILDFINDER, Opens Book-It Repertory Theatre Audio Season
Book-It Blends Tradition of Narrative Theatre and Audio Books for Special Season of “Audio Book-It”

2020 Press Releases
Book-It Announces Cancellation of The Story of Edgar Sawtelle
The Turn of the Screw: A Haunting Tale of Delicious Dreadfulness

2019 Press Releases
Book-It Repertory Theatre Announces New Artistic Director
Howl’s Moving Castle: A Fresh Take on a Book-It Favorite
Book-It Opens 30th Season with Everything is Illuminated
Book-It Announces Its 30th Season
Reaching for the American Dream in Behold the Dreamers
Searching for a Place in the World in Returning the Bones
Book-It’s Founding Co-Artistic Directors Jane Jones and Myra Platt to Step Down in 2020
An Honest Look at Addiction with Tom Hansen’s American Junkie

2018 Press Releases
A Powerful Story About Immigration in My Ántonia
Book-It Opens 29th Season with the Eponymous Heroine Jane Eyre
Book-It Announces 2018-2019 Season
The Nightmarish Fever Dream of The Picture of Dorian Gray
Sci-fi, falling in love, and a family curse explored in The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao
A thrilling evening of mystery with The Maltese Falcon

About Book-It’s Leadership
Click here for bios for Artistic Director Gus Menary, Managing Director Kayti Barnett-O’Brien, and Founding Co-Artistic Directors Jane Jones and Myra Platt.

How to refer to Book-It Repertory Theatre in Press and Promotion
Please use “Book-It Repertory Theatre” or “Book-It” when referring to the company, company members or staff, its community partnerships, or productions on its main or touring stages.