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Theatre for a New Audience Celebrates 400 Years of Shakespeare Theatre for a New Audience invites you to a series of Humanities events commemorating the 400th Anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. Unless otherwise specified, all events held at Polonksy Shakespeare Center, 262 Ashland Place, Brooklyn, NY 11217. James Shapiro Ayanna Thompson William P. Kelly Theatre for a New…Read More »
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One Night Only Reading ABOUT ALICE a new play by Calvin Trillin Featuring Jessica Hecht and Tony Shalhoub, directed by Leonard Foglia The New Yorker Festival October 8, 2016 ABOUT ALICE October 8, 2016 at 7:00 pm Directors Guild Theatre 110 West 57th Street Private Reception to follow with Jessica Hecht, Tony Shalhoub…Read More »
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Bit of Shakespeare in Ted Cruz’s RNC Speech?" rel="bookmark">NYTimes: A Little Bit of Shakespeare in Ted Cruz’s RNC Speech?
Theatre for a New Audience’s Founding Artistic Director, Jeffrey Horowitz, weighed in on the Shakespearean nature of Ted Cruz’s RNC Speech along with the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Shakespeare Theatre Company, and The Public Theater. To read the full article CLICK HERE.
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Ibsen and Strindberg Plays" rel="bookmark">New York Times Critics’ Pick: Spouses Gasping for Air in Twinned Ibsen and Strindberg Plays
The New York Times says A DOLL’S HOUSE and THE FATHER are “Primal, Suspenseful, resonantly paired, achingly clear. Ms. Lacey is easy to identify with, we know where she’s coming from. Mr. Thompson is one of the most commanding classical actors…and is brilliant. To see them in tandem is to experience two of modern theater’s most…Read More »
double bill.”" rel="bookmark">The New Yorker calls A DOLL’S HOUSE and THE FATHER “an inspired double bill.”
“This inspired double bill pairs two plays about marriage from two Scandinavian titans… a flash point about for new ideas about gender and political self-determination…in a virtuosic turn, Maggie Lacey and John Douglas Thompson play both Nordic couples” READ THE FULL REVIEW HERE
both A DOLL’S HOUSE and THE FATHER" rel="bookmark">VIDEO: See a clip from both A DOLL’S HOUSE and THE FATHER
See a clip from both A DOLL’S HOUSE and THE FATHER A DOLL’S HOUSE THE FATHER