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Ashley Teague

 
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Bio:
Teague is recipient of the Embark Fellowship Award for Social Innovation in Entrepreneurship and the Founding Artistic Director of Notch Theatre Company. While with Cornerstone Theater Company she developed and produced Talk It Out, which travels California creating community-engaged theater to ... (read complete bio)
 
Ashley Teague Headshot

Bio:
Teague is recipient of the Embark Fellowship Award for Social Innovation in Entrepreneurship and the Founding Artistic Director of Notch Theatre Company. While with Cornerstone Theater Company she developed and produced Talk It Out, which travels California creating community-engaged theater to ... (read complete bio)
 

Ashley Teague Biography

Teague is recipient of the Embark Fellowship Award for Social Innovation in Entrepreneurship and the Founding Artistic Director of Notch Theatre Company. While with Cornerstone Theater Company she developed and produced Talk It Out, which travels California creating community-engaged theater to change public policy around the school-to-prison pipeline crisis. As a creative content producer, Teague worked on such films as Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland, Tyler Perry’s For Colored Girls, Paul Haggis’ The Next Three Days, Gus Van Sant's Promised Land, and Tina Chism’s Peeples. Most recent directing credits include Anna Karenina: a riff (The Flea Theater, HB Studios, NYC; White Heron Theater, MA), Gruesome Playground Injuries (FSU/Asolo Rep, FL), Generation25 (Collaborative Arts Ensemble, Kigali, Rwanda), Wild Home (Delicious Orchards, CO), The Language Archive (UNC/ Playmakers Rep), Capsized (Cherry Lane, NYC), The Rehearsal (FSU/Asolo Rep, FL), Twelfth Night (Gallery Players, NY), FIT (La Mama Studios, NYC; Spectrum Theatre/ Trinity Rep, RI; White Heron Theater, MA), CHQ Project (Chautauqua Theatre Co., NY), Scapegoat (Delta Cultural Center, AR), Invasion! (Brown University, RI), Side Show: The Musical (Pell Chafee Performing Center, RI), Romeo and Juliet (Brown University/Trinity Rep, RI), A Kind of Providence (AS220, RI), Bean (Hollywood Fringe, CA), Jesus Hopped the A Train (Lyric Theatre, CA), Willful (California State Capitol), Ajax (Theater of War Productions, CA), The Shadow Box (Collective Studio: LA, CA), and Halfway Home (Blank Theater, CA). Teague assisted Liesl Tommy on the World Premiere production of Sarah Rhul's Melancholy Play: A Chamber Musical at Trinity Repertory Theater and assistant directed the Off-Broadway premiere of Discord by Scott Carter, directed by Kimberly Senior at Cherry Lane Theatre.




Ashley Teague News

Notch Theatre Company Presents WILD HOME: An American Odyssey, A Community Event and  Photo Notch Theatre Company Presents WILD HOME: An American Odyssey, A Community Event and Play Reading Based On Real Stories From The Ohio River Valley
by Stephi Wild - Aug 9, 2021

Created by Jessica Kahkoska and Notch Theatre Company, Wild Home: An American Odyssey is a national theatre project that brings to the stage the fears, struggles, and experiences of local communities in areas under serious threat from oil drilling and gas fracking.

Musicians from the Arkansas Delta Featured in BLACK 'N DA BLUES Photo Musicians from the Arkansas Delta Featured in BLACK 'N DA BLUES
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 29, 2021

Black 'n da Blues: Stories and Songs from the Arkansas Delta is an invitation to gather, to reflect and to reveal. It is a communal ritual. It happens in a cafeteria, a church, a club, a school, a stage, or under some shade; a space where the line between the audience and the performers is blurred because we are all here to be seen and remembered.

Notch Theatre Company Presents Voices From A Pandemic Photo Notch Theatre Company Presents Voices From A Pandemic
by Stephi Wild - Jan 16, 2021

Notch Theatre Company presents the World Premiere Presentation of Voices from a Pandemic created with hundreds of artists and community voices across the globe, live-streaming January 29th and January 30th online.

Ashley Teague and Susana Plotts-Pineda Join CoLAB Arts 2021 Cohort For New Brunswick  Photo Ashley Teague and Susana Plotts-Pineda Join CoLAB Arts 2021 Cohort For New Brunswick Artist Residency
by Stephi Wild - Dec 2, 2020

coLAB Arts has announced the 2021 cohort for its New Brunswick Artist Residency.

HB Studio Announces 2020 Residencies
by Stephi Wild - Mar 9, 2020

HB Studio, a legendary New York institution for theater training and practice, announced today the 12 recipients of its 2020 HB Rehearsal Space Residency and HB Playwrights Reading Series programs.

Colorado Environmental Film Festival, GoodCinema, and Notch Theatre Company Present O Photo Colorado Environmental Film Festival, GoodCinema, and Notch Theatre Company Present One-Night-Only Event WILD HOME
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jan 9, 2020

Colorado Environmental Film Festival (CEFF), GoodCinema, and Notch Theatre Company are thrilled to partner on WILD HOME: Using Theatre, Film, and Dialogue to Protect our Public Lands, a one-night-only evening of theatre, film, and community-driven conversation about the importance of protecting Colorado's Public Lands.

Photo Flash: GRUESOME PLAYGROUND INJURIES At The FSU/Asolo Conservatory Photo Photo Flash: GRUESOME PLAYGROUND INJURIES At The FSU/Asolo Conservatory
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 31, 2019

The FSU/Asolo Conservatory will start 2020 with the surprisingly delightful Gruesome Playground Injuries, a contemporary play by 2010 Pulitzer Prize finalist, Rajiv Joseph. Ashley Teague directs the story of two people and the unique relationship they build over a lifetime of injuries, both physical and emotional. This sharp-witted and dark comedy will run from January 1 - 19, in the Cook Theatre with a pay-what-you-can (minimum $5) preview night on December 31.

The Conservatory Celebrates The New Year With GRUESOME PLAYGROUND INJURIES Photo The Conservatory Celebrates The New Year With GRUESOME PLAYGROUND INJURIES
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 5, 2019

The FSU/Asolo Conservatory will start 2020 with the surprisingly delightful Gruesome Playground Injuries, a contemporary play by 2010 Pulitzer Prize finalist, Rajiv Joseph. Ashley Teague directs the story of two people and the unique relationship they build over a lifetime of injuries, both physical and emotional. This sharp-witted and dark comedy will run from January 1 a?' 19, in the Cook Theatre with a pay-what-you-can (minimum $5) preview night on December 31.

BWW Interview: Gwen Kingston, Ashley Teague, Teresa Lotz, and Will Turner of ANNA KAR Photo BWW Interview: Gwen Kingston, Ashley Teague, Teresa Lotz, and Will Turner of ANNA KARENINA: A RIFF at Flea Theater
by Jessica Kahkoska - Nov 20, 2019

Anna Karenina: a riff is a fresh, comedic reimagining of the classic Tolstoy tale by Gwen Kingston, opening November 23rd 2019 at the Flea Theater. Created with Notch Theatre Company and featuring an original, folk-punk score by Christie Baugher, Teresa Lotz, Yan Li and Will Turner, Anna Karenina: a riff moves at the speed of a runaway train as it examines the consequences of female rebellion and its echoes today.

ANNA KARENINA: A RIFF Will Come to The Flea Theater Photo ANNA KARENINA: A RIFF Will Come to The Flea Theater
by Stephi Wild - Oct 28, 2019

Notch Theatre Company presents the World Premiere Production of Anna Karenina: a riff by Gwen Kingston, opening November 21st at The Flea Theater in New York City. Based on the novel by Leo Tolstoy, Kingston's fresh take on Anna Karenina will be directed by Ashley Teague, Artistic Director of Notch Theatre Company.