Monthly Archives: September 2010

New Season, New Staff Members

Written on September 23, 2010 at 10:44 pm, by

As we begin our 31st Season at Theatre for a New Audience, we welcome three new staff members to our team, while saying goodbye to one. Having served as Education Director for eight years, overseeing a period of remarkable growth within our education programs, Joe Giardina is moving on to play that role at The…Read More »

The Spotlight’s on: Elliot Goldenthal

Written on September 23, 2010 at 10:43 pm, by

Celebrated composer Elliot Goldenthal is known for his prolific career with genre-spanning works in film, opera, and theatre. Goldenthal’s long association with Theatre for a New Audience began in 1986 when he composed the score for Julie Taymor’s production of The Tempest at the Theatre. Since then, he has gone on to compose scores for…Read More »

Capital Benefit: Celebrating Taymor’s The Tempest

Written on September 23, 2010 at 10:43 pm, by

In 1986, Julie Taymor directed The Tempest off-Broadway at Theatre for a New Audience. It was her first Shakespeare production. Elliot Goldenthal composed the score. This year, Julie re-imagined The Tempest for the screen starring Helen Mirren, Djimon Hounsou and Alfred Molina, with original music by Elliot Goldenthal. Join us for a special pre-release screening…Read More »

Coming Up: Our 31st Season! Subscriptions Now On Sale

Written on September 23, 2010 at 10:41 pm, by

Theatre for a New Audience’s 31st season is dedicated to two literary giants: three parts Shakespeare and one part Dostoevsky. We present an original adaptation of Dostoevsky’s exquisite novella Notes from Underground, Shakespeare’s late romance Cymbeline, the dark comedy The Merchant of Venice, and the tragedy Macbeth. The troubled and troubling central characters will be…Read More »