For this episode we talk to playwright Karen Hartman, who currently has 3 plays making NYC premieres in 59E59’s first VOLT Festival.
The grants, ranging from $10,000 to $25,000, are going to support new work from BIPOC and/or LGBTQ+ artists.
Proceeds from the musical event, streamed from Florence, Italy, will go 13 theatres and institutions Felder has called home.
At a matinee of ‘The Originalist,’ John Strand’s play about Justice Scalia, his old frenemy, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, showed up to talk about the state of the Supreme Court and the nation.
Audiences get to be part of the art—maybe even take some home—with Bated Breath Theatre’s new art auction-themed immersive work.
Artistic director Elysabeth Kleinhans and executive producer Peter Tear will leave their posts in May. Val Day will be the new artistic director.
The NYC presenting house’s mainstage season will include a world premiere musical and Hershey Felder as Leonard Bernstein.
A slew of new British plays will make their way from across the pond to the Upper East Side.
Next season at the Off-Broadway presenting house includes Lauren Gunderson, Aaron Loeb, and an evening of Tennessee Williams short play adaptations.
New plays by Yussef El Guindi, Lauren Gunderson and Aaron Loeb, plus a Tennessee Williams anthology, are highlights of the theatre’s newly announced subscription season.