The Let Out: Sunday, June 22 at 2pm
Relaxed Performance: Wednesday, June 18 at 2 pm
Black Affinity Night: Friday, June 20
Cafe Chat: After the performances on June 17 & 26
Aurora Circle: Before the Thursday, June 26 at 7 pm performance
Open Caption: Saturday, June 28 at 8pm, Sunday June 29 at 2pm
Audio Description: Sunday, June 29 at 2pm

A Summer Day

by Jon Fosse
translated by Sarah Cameron Sunde
directed by Yury Urnov

June 10–29, 2025


Experience the haunting beauty of Norwegian playwright Jon Fosse’s A Summer Day, directed by inventive Co-Artistic Director Yury Urnov (Mr. Burns, Minor Character, 12th Night) in a production that delves into the depths of human connection, memory, and existential longing. Is there one day in your past you keep replaying again and again? When do we start spending more time in the past than in the present? Through Fosse’s poetic language and Urnov’s innovative direction and immersive visual design, audiences are transported into an epic and intimate world where past and present intertwine, inviting reflection on the fleeting nature of time and the eternal search for meaning. Often referred to as a modern-day Ibsen, Fosse won a Nobel Prize in Literature in 2023 – one of the few playwrights to ever receive that honor – and is rarely produced in the United States.