Oakland High School to Present the Regional World Premiere of PROSPECT HIGH: BROOKLYNby BWW News Desk - Nov 14, 2016
Roundabout Theatre Company (Todd Haimes, Artistic Director) and Education at Roundabout (Jennifer DiBella, Director of Education) are pleased to announce that Skyline High School in Oakland, CA will present the regional premiere of PROSPECT HIGH: BROOKLYN. (more...)
Roundabout & Columbia University Will Team Up for Columbia@Roundaboutby BWW News Desk - Mar 10, 2016
Roundabout Theatre Company (Todd Haimes, Artistic Director) and Columbia University School of the Arts (Carol Becker, Dean of Faculty) have just announced Columbia@Roundabout, an initiative aimed at educating and developing the next generation of playwrights and theatre administrators, as both institutions celebrate their 50th anniversaries. No other collaborative partnership in the New York area brings together an esteemed Ivy League MFA program with a Tony Award- winning not-for-profit theatre. The initiative is made possible by a grant from the Tow Foundation. (more...)
Interview with Actress: Sarah Steeleby Roundabout Theatre Company - Sep 25, 2015
Ted Sod spoke to Sarah Steele on her role as Brigid Blake in Stephen Karam's The Humans.
?TED SOD: Where were you born? Where were you educated? When did you decide you wanted to become an actor? (more...)
Interview with Playwright: Helen Edmundsonby Roundabout Theatre Company - Sep 24, 2015
Ted Sod spoke to Helen Edmundson about the process of her writing her stage adaptation of Emile Zola's novel Therese Raquin. (more...)
Interview with Playwright: Stephen Karamby Roundabout Theatre Company - Sep 18, 2015
Education dramaturg Ted Sod speaks to Stephen Karam about his process of writing The Humans.
TED SOD: The Humans is the third play of yours to be produced at Roundabout. Previously, we have presented Speech & Debate at Roundabout Underground and Sons of the Prophet on the Pels stage in the Steinberg Center. What do you find exciting about having your work produced here? Do you consider Roundabout your artistic home? (more...)
Interview with Actor: Clive Owenby Roundabout Theatre Company - Sep 15, 2015
Ted Sod, Education Dramaturg, spoke with actor Clive Owen about Old Times and his role as Deeley.
Ted Sod: Why did you choose to play the role of Deeley in Harold Pinter's Old Times? What do you think the play is about? (more...)
Interview with Director: Douglas Hodgeby Roundabout Theatre Company - Sep 14, 2015
Education dramaturg Ted Sod discusses Old Times with Director Douglas Hodge.
Ted Sod: American audiences know you primarily as an actor, but you're also a director and a composer. How and why did you decide to direct for the theatre? (more...)
Interview with Actress: Mamie Gummerby Roundabout Theatre Company - Aug 27, 2015
Education dramaturg Ted Sod speaks to Mamie Gummer about her role as Jess in Ugly Lies the Bone. (more...)
Interview with Director: Patricia McGregorby Roundabout Theatre Company - Aug 25, 2015
Education dramaturg Ted Sod speaks to Patricia McGregor about directing Ugly Lies the Bone.
Ted Sod: Where were you born and educated? When and how did you realize you wanted to become a theatre director? Did any teachers have a profound influence on you? (more...)
Interview with Playwright: Lindsey Ferrentinoby Roundabout Theatre Company - Aug 24, 2015
Education Dramaturg Ted Sod speaks with Lindsey Ferrentino, playwright of our upcoming Roundabout Undergroud production Ugly Lies the Bone. (more...)
Lineup of New Musical Sets for Third FROM PAGE TO STAGE Seasonby BWW News Desk - Aug 3, 2015
Aria Entertainment today announces the full programme of work for the annual season. Tickets are now on sale ranging from £12.00 - £18.00. (more...)
Interview with Actor: Gideon Glickby Roundabout Theatre Company - May 18, 2015
Education dramaturg Ted Sod speaks with actor Gideon Glick about his role as Jordan inSignificant Other. (more...)
Interview with Director: Trip Cullmanby Roundabout Theatre Company - May 15, 2015
TED SOD: Will you give us some background information on yourself? (more...)
Interview with Playwright: Joshua Harmonby Roundabout Theatre Company - May 14, 2015
TED SOD: Will you give us some background information on yourself: Where are you from? Where were you educated? When did you decide to become a playwright and why? (more...)
Interview with Actress Kristin Chenowethby Roundabout Theatre Company - Feb 10, 2015
Education Dramaturg Ted Sod interviews Kristin Chenoweth about her role in On the 20th Century. (more...)
Interview with Director Scott Ellisby Roundabout Theatre Company - Feb 10, 2015
Ted Sod: Can you tell us about your role as Associate Artistic Director and how that manifests itself at Roundabout? (more...)
Interview With Actress Carra Pattersonby Roundabout Theatre Company - Jan 22, 2015
Education Dramaturg Ted Sod interviews actor Carra Patterson from Little Children Dream of God. (more...)
Interview With Jeff Augustinby Roundabout Theatre Company - Jan 20, 2015
Education Dramaturg Ted Sod interviews Jeff Augustin, Playwright of Little Children Dream of God. (more...)
Interview with Director Giovanna Sardelliby Roundabout Theatre Company - Jan 16, 2015
Ted Sod: Will you tell us about yourself? Where you were born and educated? When did you decide you wanted to become a theatre director?
Giovanna Sardelli: I was born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada, when it was really just a desert town, so I didn't get to see much theatre. Right before I graduated, I said, "Oh my god, I'm about to get a degree in theatre and I've never seen a play." My family sent me on one of those theatre trips where you go to London and Edinburgh and see twenty-one plays in twenty days. That trip made me realize that I needed to go to grad school. I got accepted into the graduate acting program at NYU when Zelda Fichandler was running it and Ron Van Lieu was the acting teacher. I started my career as an actor but was never quite satisfied. One day, I was sitting in Zelda's office having a crisis and Zelda said, "You've always had the eye of a director, I think you should direct. Why don't you come back for another year of education?" At that time, NYU had a directing lab where they would invite three former grads of grad acting for one year of free training in directing. Everything I learned at NYU just gelled, and my career as a director has been so much easier than my career as an actress. (more...)