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Berkeley, CA
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Gareth Tidball is a Welsh-American actress & theatremaker. She is a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, where she received training from the Meisner Studio and the Classical Studio. Her favorite New York theatre credits include AMERICA IS HARD TO SEE (HERE Arts Center/Life Jacket Theatre ... (read more)
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Birth Place: Berkeley, CA

Bio:
Gareth Tidball is a Welsh-American actress & theatremaker. She is a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, where she received training from the Meisner Studio and the Classical Studio. Her favorite New York theatre credits include AMERICA IS HARD TO SEE (HERE Arts Center/Life Jacket Theatre ... (read more)
Ben Gassman's INDEPENDENT STUDY To Premiere At The TankBen Gassman's INDEPENDENT STUDY To Premiere At The Tank
by BWW News Desk - Sep 24, 2018

The Tank (Meghan Finn and Rosalind Grush, Artistic Directors) will present the World Premiere of Independent Study, written by Ben Gassman (Sam's Tea Shack) and directed by Ran Xia(Echo) at The Tank (312 West 36th Street between 8th and 9th Avenues), November 1-17. (more...)

BWW Interview: Life Jacket Theatre's Travis Russ Discusses Bringing True Stories to the Stage in AMERICA IS HARD TO SEEBWW Interview: Life Jacket Theatre's Travis Russ Discusses Bringing True Stories to the Stage in AMERICA IS HARD TO SEE
by Danielle Gutierrez - Feb 13, 2018

Before a performance of the play America is Hard to See, audience members have the opportunity to wander across a canvas map of Miracle Village. What appears as a gridded crisscrossing of rural living quarters is home to a community of men - sex offenders - who are finding a way to move forward. Travis Russ, artistic director at Life Jacket Theatre Company, calls this Southern Florida community one of many "little dots" on a map, where real people have stories to tell. In his case, Russ decided that the stories within Miracle Village should be told onstage. In a phone interview with BroadwayWorld, Russ discussed bringing the residents' true stories to the theatre. (more...)

Photo Flash: First Look at AMERICA IS HARD TO SEE from Life Jacket Theatre CompanyPhoto Flash: First Look at AMERICA IS HARD TO SEE from Life Jacket Theatre Company
by BWW News Desk - Feb 2, 2018

The music-infused play AMERICA IS HARD TO SEE from Life Jacket Theatre Company will have its opening performance tonight, Friday, February 2nd. From Life Jacket artistic director Travis Russ and songwriter Priscilla Holbrook, the production will run through February 24th at HERE (145 6th Avenue). Get a first look at the production ahead of opening! (more...)

Manhattan Shakespeare Project Stages AL'UKHRAA: A STUDY IN OTHELLO
by BWW News Desk - Jul 7, 2016

Manhattan Shakespeare Project - Manhattan's All-Female Shakespeare Company, presents Al'ukhraa: A Study in Othello, for its 2016 FREE Shakespeare in the ParkS and final production.  (more...)

Manhattan Shakespeare Project to Stage AL'UKHRAA: A STUDY IN OTHELLO
by BWW News Desk - Jul 5, 2016

Manhattan Shakespeare Project - Manhattan's All-Female Shakespeare Company, presents Al'ukhraa: A Study in Othello, for its 2016 FREE Shakespeare in the ParkS and final production.  (more...)

Manhattan Shakespeare Project to Present AL'UKHRAA: A STUDY IN OTHELLO
by BWW News Desk - May 16, 2016

? Manhattan Shakespeare Project - Manhattan's All-Female Shakespeare Company, presents Al'ukhraa: A Study in Othello, for its 2016 FREE Shakespeare in the ParkS.  Manhattan Shakespeare Project provides an opportunity for female artists to play traditionally male roles as well as an opportunity to break into the male-dominated theater industry in directing, producing, writing, and stage production. (more...)

Two Local Teens Win Berkeley Rep's Annual Playwriting Contest
by BWW News Desk - Mar 15, 2010

This year, teens are in a murderous mood at Berkeley Repertory Theatre. Today, the nonprofit's School of Theatre announced the winning scripts in its annual Teen One-Acts Festival - and both of them focus on comically preposterous crimes. The winning plays for 2010 are The Death of a Nut by 15-year-old Sierra Schoefer of Pleasanton and Off with his Head by 17-year-old Kelly Margaret Roderick of San Ramon. Both plays will be produced this spring by a team of 27 local teens. (more...)

Berkeley Rep Announces Winners of Teen Writing Competition
by BWW News Desk - Feb 25, 2009

As Berkeley Repertory Theatre celebrates the success of its 50th world premiere, teens at its School of Theatre are preparing two premieres of their own. Today the School announced the winning scripts in its annual Target ? Teen One Acts Festival, which will be produced this spring by a team of 17 local teens. The winning scripts are El Centro Basco by 16-year-old Scott R. White of Berkeley and To All the Ideas I?ve Loved Before, Pt 1, by 18-year-old Roxie Perkins of Albany. (more...)

Berkeley Rep Announces Target Teen One Act Festival
by BWW News Desk - Feb 24, 2009

As Berkeley Repertory Theatre celebrates the success of its 50th world premiere, teens at its School of Theatre are preparing two premieres of their own. Today the School announced the winning scripts in its annual Target ? Teen One Acts Festival, which will be produced this spring by a team of 17 local teens. The winning scripts are El Centro Basco by 16-year-old Scott R. White of Berkeley and To All the Ideas I've Loved Before, Pt 1, by 18-year-old Roxie Perkins of Albany. (more...)