Recent Theatre for a New Audience News

NEW YORK TIMES Review: In THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH, the End of the World as We Know It

“HEARTFELT…VALIANT…MOVING…RESONANT…exceedingly whimsical and disturbingly familiar…with an air of ramshackle spontaneity…a celebratory glow pervades this millennia-spanning portrait of a single family’s survival against the odds.” – Ben Brantley, The New York Times  CLICK HERE to read the full review. 

The Village Voice: A Spectacular ‘Skin of Our Teeth’

“A big, important American play has been reawakened for a historical moment that desperately needs it…Wilder’s text demands a directorial one-two punch–a joyous spirit that can sustain the superficial brightness while keeping a firm grasp on its dark underpinnings. Arin Arbus’s production gets more of both than I’ve experienced in any previous staging.” – Michael…Read More »

The New Yorker: Thorton Wilder’s Optimistic Catastrophe: “THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH”

The New Yorker‘s Cynthia Zarin dives into the world of Thorton Wilder with our production of THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH.  Read the full article here.

The New York Times: Why Thornton Wilder Matters in the Trump Era

The New York Times interviews Carey Perloff, Paula Vogel, Arin Arbus, and Bartlett Sher on why Thornton Wilder’s THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH Matters in the Trump Era. CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE

Images from THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH’s First Rehearsal

Meet the company of THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH at their first rehearsal!


Adam Feldman of Time Out New York gives The Servant of Two Masters ★★★★ and calls it, “Elegant… Energetic… Broadly colorful…with masks, songs and snatches of anachronistic improvisation.” Click here to read the full review.  

The New York Times Features THE SERVANT OF TWO MASTERS

“Christopher Bayes is not your average Ivy League professor. Likewise, the casts he assembles when he directs aren’t the typical bunch of strangers plucked from auditions and thrown together in a rehearsal room. These actors are members of an informal company that he refers to wryly as the ‘Lopsided Caravan of Misfit Toys.’ A little after…Read More »