Monthly Archives: July 2009

30th Anniversary Season Announced

Written on July 23, 2009 at 4:28 pm, by

Theatre for a New Audience announces our 30th Anniversary Season, presenting three productions in which love, lust and longing distract and consume. The season will begin with Rinde Eckert’s music theatre piece Orpheus X, directed by Robert Woodruff (Chair, Saved). This New York premiere draws from several sources, including the Sixth Century Greek poet Ibyous…Read More »

Brooklyn’s Dreamers Celebrate Summer with Irondale Ensemble Project on Prospero’s Island

Written on July 23, 2009 at 4:27 pm, by

Prospero’s Island came to life on Wednesday, July 15, as Theatre for a New Audience’s Brooklyn’s Dreamers hosted their third annual Summer Bash. This year the group collaborated with the Theatre’s future BAM Cultural District neighbors Irondale Ensemble Project at their home, The Irondale Center in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. The party was attended by Dreamers,…Read More »

Othello Extended at Seattle’s Intiman Theatre

Written on July 23, 2009 at 3:53 pm, by

The critically acclaimed Theatre for a New Audience production of Othello, currently performing to rave reviews at Intiman Theatre in Seattle, has extended its engagement through August 9. The production, which sold out all preview performances, officially opened July 8 and was scheduled to conclude August 2. An additional week of performances has been added…Read More »

Brooklyn Borough President Allocates Additional $500,000 to Capital Project

Written on July 7, 2009 at 2:09 pm, by

One year following his landmark support of $1 million dollars, Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz has allocated $500,000 to our new home. The Borough President has long championed our efforts to build a new home for classical theatre in the BAM Cultural District. About this extra support, he said, “I am confident that if we…Read More »