Monthly Archives: September 2008

Brooklyn Borough President Allocates $1M Gift!

Written on September 15, 2008 at 10:23 am, by

More good news on the Capital Campaign front: Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz has allocated $1 million to our new home! Impressed by the energy and success of our Inaugural Capital Campaign Benefit in February of this year, Marty wanted to add to the momentum with a gift straight from our future home borough. Marty…Read More »

Announcing: the 2008-2009 Season!

Written on September 15, 2008 at 10:19 am, by

√Ǭ†√Ǭ†√Ǭ† In Theatre for a New Audience√¢‚Ǩ‚Ñ¢s 2008-2009 season, Heavyweights, we present four great dramas by three extraordinary authors: Shakespeare, Dostoyevsky, and Edward Bond. The plays explore power, marriage and family, good and evil, and God and humanity. The ambitious season opens with the New York premi√ɬ®re of C.I.C.T./Th√ɬ©√ɬ¢tre des Bouffes Du Nord’s production of…Read More »

Isherwood Cites “Real Need” for a New York Shakespeare Home

Written on September 15, 2008 at 10:15 am, by

This August, Charles Isherwood wrote in The New York Times, New York audiences could surely support a first-class Shakespeare theater. The need is real.  Shakespeare is the taproot of the English-language theater, a limitless source of inspiration for theater artists of all kinds, an ever-renewable source of pleasure for audiences. To read him is a…Read More »

The Spotlight’s on… Hugh Hardy

Written on September 15, 2008 at 10:13 am, by

Hugh Hardy is the founder of H3 Hardy Collaboration Architecture, and is known for his prolific career designing distinctive new buildings, restoring historic structures and planning projects for the public realm. He has worked on the Theatre for a New Audience Capital Project since its inception. Over his 40 year career, Mr. Hardy has made…Read More »