Titan Theatre Company Receives Grant from Queens Arts Fund, New York City Department Of Cultural Affairs

Titan Theatre Company Receives Grant from Queens Arts Fund, New York City Department Of Cultural Affairs

Currently in the midst of its critically acclaimed second full season, fast-rising Titan Theatre Company has just been named a 2014 recipient of the Queen Arts Fund Grant, under the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs. The announcement was made on Wednesday January 29, 2014. The grant has been designated towards organizational support for Titan Theatre's upcoming production of King Lear starring Broadway veteran Terry Layman (Broadway's Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Twelve Angry Men) in the title role. The production will April 25 - May 11 at the Queens Theatre. A full list of grant recipients can be found on the Queens Council on the Arts website here (http://queenscouncilarts.org/2014-queens-arts-fund-recipients/).

The news comes just as Titan Theatre Company recently closed the second show of its lauded season, the world premiere of Angela Iannone's new play This Prison Where I Live (the second play in Iannone's Edwin Booth Trilogy). The production received a limited engagement run January 22-26, 2014 in Long Island City starring Reese Madigan (Broadway's Holiday, Abe Lincoln in Illinois) as Edwin Booth.

Titan Theatre Company has also just announced that its smash hit production of William Shakespeare's comedy A Midsummer Night's Dream, where audience members selected actor roles from a hat each night just moments before the show began, will transfer Off Broadway in 2014. The original production played a limited three-week engagement to sold-out audiences in Long Island City in the fall of 2013, earning unanimous praise from critics and audiences. Details on the run will be announced in the spring.

More info on Titan Theatre Company can be found at www.titantheatrecompany.com.




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