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Kate D. Levin, Commissioner of Cultural Affairs; Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz; TFANA Founding Artistic Director Jeffrey Horowitz; First Deputy Mayor Patricia E. Harris; TFANA Board Chairman Theodore C. Rogers; Julie Taymor; Mark Rylance; NYC Economic Development Corporation President Seth Pinsky; Downtown Brooklyn Partnership President Joe Chan; Harvey Lichtenstein, Chairman, Cultural Planning and Development, Downtown…Read More »

Author Emily Gould on Notes from Underground: Let the Darkness In

Emily Gould; Bill Camp and Merritt Janson in Notes from Underground, photo by Joan Marcus. Before I got to actually see Bill Camp and Robert Woodruff’s stage adaptation of Dostoyevsky’s Notes from Underground (the translation is by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhinsky), I’d read the script and about eight million reviews of the production; I…Read More »

Join us for TFANA TALKS

TFANA TALKS is Theatre for a New Audience’s post-performance discussion programs with writers, scholars and artists about our productions. The programs are free to the general public. No ticket is required. Join us this upcoming Saturday, November 20, immediately following the 2 pm matinee at 3:45 pm. The panel will include: Moderator – Emily Gould,…Read More »

Reviews are in for Notes from Underground

“True to the bombshell of a book that inspired it. Merritt Janson is Excellent. Bill Camp is one of the bravest, smartest, and most physically intense actors in New York. [He] taps into the raw, breath-sucking abjectness that makes Dostoyevsky’s novel such an enduringly harrowing read.” Ben Brantley – The New York Times “Bill Camp’s…Read More »

Author Emily Gould is Interviewer and TFANA Talks Moderator for 2010-11 Season

Emily Gould has written for The New York Times, The New York Observer, and Jezebel.com, among other publications, and is a contributing editor at Technology Review. Before becoming an editor of Gawker.com, a job she quit and then described in a cover story for The New York Times Magazine in 2008, she was an associate…Read More »

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