Production History

2013 Much Ado About Nothing, directed by Arin Arbus
Kafka’s Monkey, Based on Franz Kafka’s A Report to An Academy, Adapted by Colin Teevan, Directed by Walter Meierjohann, Featuring Kathryn Hunter
Fragments, From texts by Samuel Beckett
Directed by Peter Brook and Marie-Hélène Estienne
2012 Cymbeline, directed by Noah Brody and Ben Steinfeld
Fragments, by Samuel Beckett, directed by Peter Brook and Marie-Hélène Estienne
Shlemiel the First, Based on the Play by Isaac Bashevis Singer, Conceived and Adapted by Robert Brustein, Lyrics by Arnold Weinstein, Composed, Adapted and Orchestrated by Hankus Netsky, Musical Arrangements and Additional Music by Zalmen Mlotek, Editorial Supervision by David Gordon, Music Direction by Zalmen Mlotek, Directed and Choreographed by David Gordon
The Broken Heart, by John Ford, directed by Selina Cartmell
The Taming of the Shrew, directed by Arin Arbus

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2011 Notes from Underground, adapted and directed by Robert Woodruff from the novella by Fyodor Dostoevsky
Cymbeline, directed by Noah Brody and Ben Steinfeld
The Merchant of Venice, directed by Darko Tresnjak
Macbeth, directed by Arin Arbus
2010 Orpheus X, written and composed by Rinde Eckert, directed by Robert Woodruff
Measure for Measure, directed by Arin Arbus
Love Is My Sin, adapted and directed by Peter Brook
2009 The Grand Inquisitor, adapted by Marie-Hélène Estienne based on an extract from Fyodor Dostoevsky’s The Brothers Karamazov, directed by Peter Brook. Co-presented with New York Theatre Workshop
Chair, by Edward Bond, directed by Robert Woodruff
Othello, directed by Arin Arbus
Hamlet, directed by David Esbjornson
2008 Ohio State Murders, by Adrienne Kennedy, directed by Evan Yionoulis
Oroonoko, adapted by Biyi Bandele from the novel by Aphra Behn, directed by Kate Whoriskey
Antony and Cleopatra, directed by Darko Tresnjak
2007 The Merchant of Venice, in New York City and at the Royal Shakespeare Company in England as a part of the Compete Works Festival. Directed by Darko Tresnjak
The Jew of Malta, by Christopher Marlowe, directed by David Herskovits
Oliver Twist, adapted and directed by Neil Bartlett from the novel by Charles Dickens
2006 Measure for Measure, directed by John Dove. Co-presented with Arts at St. Ann’s in association with 2Luck Concepts
Souls of Naples, by Eduardo De Filippo, directed by Roman Paska at Teatro Mercadante, Naples, Italy.
All’s Well That Ends Well, directed by Darko Tresnjak
Sore Throats, by Howard Brenton, directed by Evan Yionoulis
2005 Švejk, adapted by Colin Teevan from the novel The Good Soldier Švejk by Jaroslav Hašek, directed by Dalia Ibelhauptaite
Coriolanus, directed by Karin Coonrod
Souls of Naples, by Eduardo De Filippo, newly translated by Michael Feingold, directed by Roman Paska
2004 The Last Letter, adapted and directed by Frederick Wiseman, from the novel Life and Fate by Vasily Grossman
Pericles, directed by Bartlett Sher
Engaged, by W.S. Gilbert, directed by Doug Hughes
2003 The General from America, written and directed by Richard Nelson
Julius Caesar, directed by Karin Coonrod
Don Juan, by Moliere, directed by Bartlett Sher
2002 Cymbeline, at the RSC and in New York City, directed by Bartlett Sher
Andorra, by Max Frisch, newly translated by Michael Feingold, directed by Liviu Ciulei
2001 Saved by Edward Bond, directed by Robert Woodruff
Troilus and Cressida, directed by Sir Peter Hall
2000 King John, directed by Karin Coonrod
Waste by Harley Granville-Barker, directed by Bartlett Sher
The Green Bird by Carlo Gozzi, translated by Albert Bermel, directed by Julie Taymor, music composed by Elliot Goldenthal; On Broadway at the Cort Theatre
1999 The Iphigenia Cycle by Euripides, translated by Nick Rudall, directed by JoAnne Akalaitis, music composed by Bruce Odland
Macbeth, directed by Ron Daniels
1998 Richard II and Richard III, directed by Ron Daniels, music composed by Michael Ward
1997 The Changeling by Thomas Middleton and William Rowley, directed by Robert Woodruff,
The Two Gentlemen of Verona, produced in association with The International Shakespeare Globe Centre, London, directed by Jack Shepherd, music composed by Claire van Kampen
1996 The Green Bird, by Carlo Gozzi, translated by Albert Bermel, directed by Julie Taymor, music composed by Elliot Goldenthal
Measure for Measure, directed by Barry Kyle, musical score composed by Michael Ward
1995 Henry VI, Part I: The Contention; Part II: The Civil War, directed by Barry Kyle, musical score composed by Michael Ward
1994 As You like It, directed by Mark Rylance, music composed by Claire van Kampen
Titus Andronicus, directed by Julie Taymor, music composed by Elliot Goldenthal
The America Play by Suzan-Lori Parks, directed by Elizabeth Diamond
1993 Henry V, directed by Barry Kyle
Love’s Labour’s Lost, directed by Michael Langham
1992 The Comedy of Errors, directed by William Gaskill
The New Americans, by Elizabeth Swados
Excerpts from The Tempest, directed by Julie Taymor for PBS
1991 Romeo and Juliet, directed by Bill Alexander
The Mud Angel by Darrah Cloud, directed by Kevin Kuhlke
1990 Othello, directed by William Gaskill
The Red Sneaks, written and directed by Elizabeth Swados
1989 Macbeth, directed by Nicholas Mahon
A Midsummer Night’s Dream, directed by Jeffrey Horowitz
The Red Sneaks, written and directed by Elizabeth Swados
1988 The Taming of the Shrew, directed by Julie Taymor, music composed by Elliot Goldenthal
Evening Star by Milcha Sanchez-Scott, directed by Paul Zimet
1987 Twelfth Night, directed by Mary B. Robinson, music composed by Ray Leslee
The Tempest, directed by Julie Taymor
Inside Out by Willy Holtzman, directed by John Pynchon Holmes
1986 The Tempest, directed by Julie Taymor, music composed by Elliot Goldenthal
Home Street Home by Phil Bosakowski, directed by Elizabeth Diamond, music composed by Elliot Goldenthal
1979-1985 Produced Shakespeare and other new plays for New York audiences.
Toured the northeast U.S. with collages of Shakespeare’s scenes, soliloquies and songs, directed by Frank Corsaro.
Premiered The Changeling by Joyce Carol Oates, directed by Lisa Lindstrom