“Divine Rivalry,” which had its world premiere at Hartford Stage two years ago, is having a future life, now co-written by Michael Kramer and D.S. Moynihan. (Kramer, a noted journalist, was the solo author when the play was produced in Hartford.)
A new production begins performances July 7 and plays through Aug. 5 at San Diego’s Old Globe Theatre. Michael Wilson once again directs but with an all-new cast: David Selby (who was in Hartford Stage’s “Long Day’s Journey Into Night”) plays Piero Soderini, Miles Anderson is Leonardo da Vinci, and in a kind of “Taboo” reunion, Jeffrey Carlson plays Machiavelli and Euan Morton plays Michelangelo.