Twilight at the Rococo will run December 13, 2021. If tickets are available, the times will appear as a maroon button. To purchase tickets, click on the time of the show. $75
Between 2001 and 2014, Arthur Feinsod served as Artistic Director of Crossroads Repertory Theatre, where he directed classics such as A Doll's House, The School for Wives, The Servant of Two Masters, The Glass Menagerie and A Raisin in the Sun. Subsequently he co-founded and served as Artistic Director of Theater 7, where he staged plays that included Death of a Salesman in the historic Indiana Theatre. As playwright, Feinsod wrote Malcolm's Call, Table 17, Between the Dams (also translated into Hungarian by award-winning translator Anna Lengyel), as well as Coming to See Aunt Sophie, which toured Germany and Poland; has had numerous productions in the Midwest; was produced in Sydney; and has been translated into Polish and Hungarian. Between 1985 and 2000, Feinsod taught theater at Trinity College, Hartford, where, among numerous productions, he staged Our Town, with original music by Craig Woerz, then a student. It was during the 1990's that Feinsod also served as Resident Dramaturg with the Hartford Stage Company for Mark Lamos and Bartlett Sher. Between 2001 and 2021, he was Professor of Theater and the Honors College at Indiana State University, where he received the Caleb Mills Award for Excellence in Teaching and the Theodore Dreiser Award for Research and Creativity. Since 1990, Feinsod has lectured and given workshops throughout the United States and Italy on a wide range of topics, including, most recently, Thornton Wilder and Our Town in Terre Haute and the commedia dell'arte and mask acting at the University of Nebraska.
The Rococo Theatre is located at 13th and P Streets in downtown Lincoln.