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André De Shields, Mary Beth Peil, Reed Birney, and More Join The Assembly for Viruta Photo André De Shields, Mary Beth Peil, Reed Birney, and More Join The Assembly for Virutal Telethon
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 12, 2021

The Assembly Theatre, a non-profit theater company based in Brooklyn, New York, is set to launch its ambitious first (and last?) 4-Hour Telethon Fundraiser.

United Solo to Present Liba Vaynberg's QUEEN'S QUEST Photo United Solo to Present Liba Vaynberg's QUEEN'S QUEST
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 10, 2021

Vaynberg's new solo piece is presented to benefit United Solo following its first reading with 14th Street Y and Downtown Jewish Life's TIKKUN: Into the Night. This piece has been developed and directed by Natasha Warner.

Photo Flash: STAY MAD, MAKE ART A Benefit Concert For Immigrant Families Together Photo Photo Flash: STAY MAD, MAKE ART A Benefit Concert For Immigrant Families Together
by Alexa Criscitiello - Sep 20, 2019

On Monday, September 18, The Three Angry Ladies (Shayna O'Neill, Emily Louise Perkins, and Emma Clarkson), presented Stay Mad, Make Art: A Benefit Concert for Immigrant Families Together at The Center at West Park (165 West 86th Street at Amsterdam Avenue., New York, NY 10024). Almost $8000 was raised for Immigrant Families Together, a network of Americans committed to rapid response unification of families separated by the 'zero tolerance' policy.

Jiggly Caliente To Host STAY MAD, MAKE ART At The Center At West Park, 9/16 Photo Jiggly Caliente To Host STAY MAD, MAKE ART At The Center At West Park, 9/16
by Alexa Criscitiello - Sep 13, 2019

The Three Angry Ladies (Shayna O'Neill, Emily Louise Perkins, and Emma Clarkson), will present Stay Mad, Make Art: A Benefit Concert for Immigrant Families Together at The Center at West Park (165 West 86th Street at Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY 10024) on Monday, September 16 at 8pm (doors and bar open at 7:30pm). Tickets ($25 General; $50 VIP; $1000 Angel, which includes front row seating and unlimited drinks) are available for advance purchase at staymadmakeart.brownpapertickets.com. All proceeds will support Immigrant Families Together, a network of Americans committed to rapid response unification of families separated by the 'zero tolerance' policy.

New Performers Added To STAY MAD, MAKE ART Lineup At The Center At West Park Photo New Performers Added To STAY MAD, MAKE ART Lineup At The Center At West Park
by Alexa Criscitiello - Sep 10, 2019

The Three Angry Ladies (Shayna O'Neill, Emily Louise Perkins, and Emma Clarkson), will present Stay Mad, Make Art: A Benefit Concert for Immigrant Families Together at The Center at West Park (165 West 86th Street at Amsterdam Avenue., New York, NY 10024) on Monday, September 16 at 8pm (doors and bar open at 7:30pm).

King Arthur Tale ROUND TABLE to Premiere At 59E59 Photo King Arthur Tale ROUND TABLE to Premiere At 59E59
by Julie Musbach - Aug 19, 2019

59E59 Theaters welcomes the Off Broadway premiere of ROUND TABLE by Liba Vaynberg and directed by Geordie Broadwater. Produced by Fault Line Theatre and Anna & Kitty, Inc., ROUND TABLE begins performances on September 27 for a limited engagement through October 20

STAY MAD, MAKE ART: A Benefit Concert For Immigrant Families Together Announced At Th Photo STAY MAD, MAKE ART: A Benefit Concert For Immigrant Families Together Announced At The Center At West Park
by Alexa Criscitiello - Aug 14, 2019

The Three Angry Ladies (Shayna O'Neill, Emily Louise Perkins, and Emma Clarkson), will present Stay Mad, Make Art: A Benefit Concert for Immigrant Families Together at The Center at West Park (165 West 86th Street at Amsterdam Avenue., New York, NY 10024) on Monday, September 16 at 8pm (doors and bar open at 7:30pm).

Liba Vaynberg To Bring Scheiss Book To The Wild Project Photo Liba Vaynberg To Bring Scheiss Book To The Wild Project
by Julie Musbach - Mar 15, 2019

Liba Vaynberg's award-winning solo play Scheiss Book: 6 Words for My Condition will return for three benefit nights at the Wild Project on 4/2, 4/7 and 4/9 in collaboration with Fault Line Theatre and Wheelhouse Theatre. Winner of the Backstage Magazine Audience Choice Award and Best One-Woman Show at the United Solo Festival with a record-breaking number of encores and subsequent productions at Dixon Place and Stonewall Inn, Scheiss Book is a solo show for people who hate solo shows. Relatives who survived the Holocaust are mentioned only for comedic purposes. 

Photo Flash: Inside Rehearsals For The World Premiere Of THE RUSSIAN & THE JEW at The Photo Photo Flash: Inside Rehearsals For The World Premiere Of THE RUSSIAN & THE JEW at The Tank
by Julie Musbach - Nov 26, 2018

The Tank (Meghan Finn and Rosalind Grush, Artistic Directors) in association with Anna & Kitty, Inc. will present the World Premiere of The Russian & The Jew, a political fairy tale on New Year's about anti-semitism and female friendship in the Soviet Union in 1968, co-written by Liba Vaynberg and Emily Louise Perkins and directed by Ines Braun at The Tank (312 West 36th Street between 8th and 9th Avenues), December 4-20.

THE RUSSIAN & THE JEW To Receive World Premiere at The Tank Photo THE RUSSIAN & THE JEW To Receive World Premiere at The Tank
by Alexa Criscitiello - Oct 23, 2018

The Tank (Meghan Finn and Rosalind Grush, Artistic Directors) in association with Anna & Kitty, Inc. will present the World Premiere of The Russian & The Jew, a political fairy tale about anti-semitism and female friendship in the Soviet Union in 1968, co-written by Liba Vaynberg and Emily Louise Perkins and directed by Ines Braun at The Tank (312 West 36th Street between 8th and 9th Avenues), December 4-20.

Previews Begin Tonight for Encore Run of The Assembly's Hit Play HOME/SICK
by Alexa Criscitiello - Mar 9, 2017

The Assembly proudly present a remount of their hit play, New York Times Critics' Pick HOME/SICK, about the radical student activist movement of the '60s, devised and written collectively, directed by 2017 Lucille Lortel Award winner Jess Chayes, and featuring the original 2011 cast and design team. HOME/SICK runs from March 9 - 25, 2017 in a limited engagement at JACK, located at 505 1/2 Waverly Avenue between Fulton St. and Atlantic Ave. in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn. Previews begin March 9 for a March 11 opening.

The Assembly Remounts '60s Activist Story HOME/SICK at JACK in Brooklyn Tonight
by BWW News Desk - Mar 9, 2017

The Assembly will present a remount of their hit play, New York Times Critics' Pick HOME/SICK, about the radical student activist movement of the '60s, devised and written collectively, directed by Jess Chayes, and featuring the original 2011 cast and design team.

O'Neill Represented in NYC by SIGNIFICANT OTHER, IN TRANSIT and More
by BWW News Desk - Mar 1, 2017

The Eugene O'Neill Theater Center celebrates dozens of shows on Broadway, off-Broadway, and in theaters across the globe this 2016-17 season. Projects from the National Playwrights Conference and National Music Theater Conference have moved on to significant productions and even the Academy Awards. 

BWW Interview: Take a Trip With the Director of THE OREGON TRAIL, Geordie Broadwater
by Marissa Sblendorio - Feb 10, 2017

For anyone who grew up playing the classic computer game "The Oregon Trail" (especially in computer class, and especially if you filled up your wagon with pop stars and classmates you had crushes on), Bekah Brunstetter's ("This Is Us," Be A Good Little Widow) new play THE OREGON TRAIL, is going to hit all the right buttons.

Photo Flash: First Look at The Assembly's Remount of HOME/SICK at JACK
by BWW News Desk - Feb 9, 2017

The Assembly presents a remount of their hit play, New York Times Critics' Pick HOME/SICK, about the radical student activist movement of the '60s, devised and written collectively, directed by 2017 Lucille Lortel Award winner Jess Chayes, and featuring the original 2011 cast and design team. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the cast in action below!

The Assembly to Remount '60s Activist Story HOME/SICK at JACK in Brooklyn
by BWW News Desk - Jan 30, 2017

The Assembly will present a remount of their hit play, New York Times Critics' Pick HOME/SICK, about the radical student activist movement of the '60s, devised and written collectively, directed by Jess Chayes, and featuring the original 2011 cast and design team.

Photo Flash: Ford the River for a First Look at THE OREGON TRAIL at Fault Line Theatre
by BWW News Desk - Jan 19, 2017

Fault Line Theatre presents THE OREGON TRAIL, a new play written by Bekah Brunstetter ('This Is Us,' Be A Good Little Widow) and directed by Geordie Broadwater (The Flies, And to the Republic). THE OREGON TRAIL began previews on January 13, 2017 at WP Theater (2162 Broadway at 76th Street, New York, NY 10024), with an opening night currently scheduled for January 22, 2017. THE OREGON TRAIL will run through February 12, 2017. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the cast in action below!

Bekah Brunstetter's THE OREGON TRAIL Starts Tonight!
by BWW News Desk - Jan 13, 2017

Don't miss WP Theater Lab alums Bekah Brunstetter (playwright, pictured) and Laura Ramadei (actor), in Fault Line Theatre's production of The Oregon Trail! 

Photo Flash: First Look at West Coast Premiere of HOME/SICK at Odyssey Theatre Ensemble
by Tyler Peterson - Jun 14, 2016

The West Coast premiere of HOME/SICK, a theatrical re-imagining of the history of the Weather Underground plays a four-week engagement in a co-production with West L.A.'s Odyssey Theatre Ensemble from June 11 through July 3, will be followed by discussions with former Weathermen, historians, activists and artists engaged with today's political struggles

Photo Flash: First Look - The Assembly's I WILL LOOK FORWARD TO THIS LATER at New Ohio Theatre
by Tyler Peterson - Apr 8, 2016

The Archive Residency, a collaboration between New Ohio Theatre and IRT Theater (likeminded neighbors in the historic Archive Building in the West Village), is a unique incubator for New York City's most promising emerging independent theater companies. Now in its third year, the two year residency offers each company that most elusive and invaluable resource, an artistic home, including space, artistic support, and institutional continuity for the development and presentation of a new work, culminating in an exciting world premiere.

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