Organizational News

THE NEW YORK TIMES: Jessica Hecht to Star in a New Play by Calvin Trillin

A new play by Calvin Trillin starring Jessica Hecht, as well as imports from the Young Vic in London and the Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord in Paris, are in store for the 2018-19 season at Theater for a New Audience, the company announced Wednesday.   READ THE FULL SEASON ANNOUNCEMENT ON THE NEW YORK TIMES…Read More »

THE NEW YORK TIMES: The Ones We Left Behind

The New York Times: The Ones We Left Behind By Ben Brantley, Jesse Green, Laura Collins-Hughes, Alexis Soloski and Elisabeth Vincentelli May 31, 2018 Majority rule (mostly). One play per playwright. How we put together the 25 Plays list, and a bid to remember notable writers and favorite works that missed the cut. … Literary Lions ADRIENNE KENNEDY Fragmentary, lyrical, devastating plays…Read More »

THE NEW YORK TIMES: The Great Work Continues: The 25 Best American Plays Since ‘Angels in America’

The Great Work Continues: The 25 Best American Plays Since ‘Angels in America’ By Ben Brantley and Jesse Green June 1, 2018 “The Great Work begins.” When we first heard the Angel of America bellow that bulletin as the curtain came down on Part 1 of the play named for her and her band of…Read More »

THE NEW YORK TIMES: Tony Awards 2018: Who Will Win (and Who Should)

Tony Awards 2018: Who Will Win (and Who Should) May 9, 2018 Ben Brantley and Jesse Green, the chief theater critics for The New York Times, make their Tony Award choices. For the Should Have Been Nominated category, they were allowed to expand the potential nominees to productions ineligible for the Tonys, including those Off…Read More »

Village Voice: Adrienne Kennedy Spins a Terrifying Tale of Poetry, Racism, and Doomed Love

Welcome to the mind of Adrienne Kennedy, the poet who refracts all of world history and its attendant cultural artifacts through the prism of the American shame, racism, and the personal agonies it has visited on generations of individuals. Winston Churchill —who is cited in the script as knowing friends of one of Montefiore’s leading citizens — said…Read More »

Eleven Brooklyn Cultural Organizations Unite in Defense of NEA & NEH

Theatre for a New Audience is proud to join other Brooklyn cultural organizations in support of the National Endowment for the Arts & the National Endowment for the Humanities. Click here to read the full statement.

ANNOUNCING our 2016-2017 Season!

Theatre for a New Audience is very proud to announce that our 2016-2017 Season will include THE SERVANT OF TWO MASTERS, THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH, HAPPY DAYS, and MEASURE FOR MEASURE. American Theatre – TFANA’s 2016-17 Season lineup features works by Thornton Wilder, Samuel Beckett, Shakespeare, and more. Playbill – TFANA Announces New Season TheatreMania – Theatre…Read More »