January 27th, 2016
The cast, crew, and creative team of Theatre for a New Audience’s production of PERICLES assemble for the first day of rehearsal of Shakespeare’s late romance, welcomed by Director Trevor Nunn and TFANA Founding Artistic Director Jeffrey Horowitz.
July 8th, 2015
Theatre for a New Audience has announced its 2015-16 season, titled Inimitable Voices, which will run at the Polonsky Shakespeare Center, in Brooklyn. The season will include four plays by major American and European authors. The season will open with New York City Players’Isolde (September 6-27), a new American play about memory, identity, the ephemeral,…Read More »
BROOKLYN INDEPENDENT MEDIA Interviews the Panelists of ‘SEEING COLOR: Casting African Americans in Shakespeare’
February 7th, 2014
In preparation for our panel discussion SEEING COLOR: Casting African Americans in Shakespeare, Brooklyn Independent Media sat down with 3 of our panelists, actress, poet, and playwright Nehassaiu deGannes, Theatre for a New Audience Artistic Director Jeffrey Horowitz, and Shakespeare and performance scholar Katharine Goodland. Click here to view their full interview.
January 7th, 2014
Architectural Record conducts an in-depth profile on our new home and the work of H3 Hardy Collaboration Architecture on the project. Click here to learn more about the creation of the Polonsky Shakespeare Center.
February 19th, 2013
The New York Shakespeare Exchange (NYSX) is a New York-based theatre organization that combines Shakespearean text with contemporary themes and urban settings. They offer a variety of programs that are not only accessible but also a lot of fun. One of these programs, “The Sonnet Project,” is ambitious theatre venture that involves film and theatre…Read More »