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Open Books Theatre for a New Audience invites you to Open Books, with David Scott Kastan, Yael Prizant, and Ninotchka Bennahum: three free evenings of lively, engaging conversation with the authors of some of American theatre’s most acclaimed new books. Jonathan Kalb, two-time winner of the George Jean Nathan Award for Dramatic Criticism, will…Read More »
behind the scenes at PERICLES First Rehearsal" rel="bookmark">NEW VIDEO: Go behind the scenes at PERICLES First Rehearsal
The cast, crew, and creative team of Theatre for a New Audience’s production of PERICLES assemble for the first day of rehearsal of Shakespeare’s late romance, welcomed by Director Trevor Nunn and TFANA Founding Artistic Director Jeffrey Horowitz.
Special Events The Shakespeare Society presents PERICLES – BRINGING BACK THE DEAD With Tanya Pollard Hosted by Theatre for a New Audience At Polonsky Shakespeare Center, 262 Ashland Place, Brooklyn February 22 at 7 pm After the avalanche of losses in his tragedies, in Pericles, the first of his late-career theatrical experiments, Shakespeare looked back to…Read More »
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Theatre for a New Audience Cordially Invites You To a benefit performance event on Broadway FIDDLER ON THE ROOF DIRECTED BY BARTLETT SHER Tony Award-winning director of South Pacific and Tony Award-nominated director of The King and I Thursday, December 10, 2015 at 8 pm Broadway Theatre 1681 Broadway (Between 52nd and 53rd Streets) Private…Read More »
PERICLES has been chosen by Adam Feldman of Time Out New York as one of the 20 best theater shows to check out in 2016. Check out the full list HERE
Wambold Food & Drink as one of the best eatery in NYC theaters!" rel="bookmark">Time Out New York names Monica & Ali Wambold Food & Drink as one of the best eatery in NYC theaters!
“Fortify yourself before a dose of classical theater with a pressed cheese sandwich or a slice of quiche, washed down with small-brew beer or a splash of wine. If you’re in a hurry—or only hungry for dessert—grab a (scrumptious) artisanal chocolate bar, cookie or shot of espresso. The tables in the café (officially named Monica…Read More »
New York theater sharpens its edges and redraws borders. The Brooklyn waterfront becomes the city’s performance hotspot as Theatre for a New Audience will reprise the director-playwright Richard Maxwell’s exquisitely spare Isolde, inspired by the legend of Tristan and Isolde. To find out more on what’s on stage this theater season CLICK HERE — http://bit.ly/1LSsPZd
Playbill: Fall Off-Broadway Preview featuring ISOLDE" rel="bookmark">Playbill: Fall Off-Broadway Preview featuring ISOLDE
The fall Off-Broadway season is filled with award-winning actors who have gone behind the limelights to direct innovative new works that explore gender, race and politics. Giving New York Theatre Workshop some competition on the border-budging front is Theatre for a New Audience, which, beginning Sept. 6, will offer Isolde, the latest from director-writer Richard Maxwell.…Read More »