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Full Casting and Creative Teams Announced for IS THIS A ROOM and DANA H. Photo Full Casting and Creative Teams Announced for IS THIS A ROOM and DANA H.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 10, 2021

Full casting and creative teams were announced today for the Broadway productions of Is This A Room, conceived and directed by Obie Award winner Tina Satter; and Dana H., by Obie Award winner Lucas Hnath and directed by Obie Award winner Les Waters, playing Broadway's Lyceum Theatre on a rotating schedule this fall.

IS THIS A ROOM Will Add a Performance to the Final Week of its Engagement at The Vine Photo IS THIS A ROOM Will Add a Performance to the Final Week of its Engagement at The Vineyard Theatre
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 7, 2020

Vineyard Theatre Artistic Directors Douglas Aibel and Sarah Stern have announced that Is This A Room will add a performance to the final week of its encore engagement at the Vineyard Theatre (108 East 15th Street).

IS THIS A ROOM Will Return to The Vineyard Theatre For Encore Engagement Photo IS THIS A ROOM Will Return to The Vineyard Theatre For Encore Engagement
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 6, 2019

Vineyard Theatre Artistic Directors Douglas Aibel and Sarah Stern have announced that Is This A Room - selected by The New York Times' Ben Brantley and Jesse Green for their respective Best Theatre of 2019 lists - will return to The Vineyard Theatre (108 East 15th Street) for an encore engagement from December 20 - January 19.

Vineyard Theatre's Production Of IS THIS A ROOM Extends Two Weeks Through November 24 Photo Vineyard Theatre's Production Of IS THIS A ROOM Extends Two Weeks Through November 24
by Stephi Wild - Oct 25, 2019

Vineyard Theatre Artistic Directors Douglas Aibel and Sarah Stern announce extension for Is This A Room, conceived and directed by Tina Satter from the FBI transcript of Reality Winner's interrogation for leaking evidence of Russian interference in U.S elections. A New York Times Critic's Pick, Is This A Room now plays the Vineyard Theatre (108 East 15th Street) through November 24. *Editor's Note: Is This A Room should contain a capital a?oeAa??

Review Roundup: Critics Weigh in on IS THIS A ROOM Photo Review Roundup: Critics Weigh in on IS THIS A ROOM
by Review Roundups - Oct 24, 2019

A true story, still unfolding. June 3, 2017. A 25-year-old former Air Force linguist named Reality Winner is surprised at her home by the FBI, interrogated, and then charged with leaking evidence of Russian interference in U.S elections. Let's see what the critics had to say.

BWW Review: Real Life Provides The Intriguing Script For Tina Satter's Tense Drama IS Photo BWW Review: Real Life Provides The Intriguing Script For Tina Satter's Tense Drama IS THIS A ROOM
by Michael Dale - Oct 23, 2019

On June 3rd, 2017, 25-year-old United States Air Force Intelligence Specialist Veteran Reality Winner was arrested due to evidence that she had leaked to online news source The Intercept a classified government report suggesting that Russian hackers had accessed a voting software supplier, enabling them to interfere in the 2016 United States presidential election.

Photo Flash: First Look at Vineyard's IS THIS A ROOM Photo Photo Flash: First Look at Vineyard's IS THIS A ROOM
by Julie Musbach - Oct 17, 2019

Get a first look at Is This A Room, conceived and directed by Tina Satter. Is This A Room will run until November 10. 

Emily C. Davis, Becca Blackwell, Pete Simpson, and TL Thompson Will Lead Vineyard The Photo Emily C. Davis, Becca Blackwell, Pete Simpson, and TL Thompson Will Lead Vineyard Theatre's IS THIS A ROOM
by Stephi Wild - Aug 13, 2019

Vineyard Theatre Artistic Directors Douglas Aibel and Sarah Stern announce dates and casting for Is This A Room, conceived and directed by Tina Satter. Performances will begin at the Vineyard Theatre (108 East 15th Street) Thursday, October 3 with opening night set for Tuesday, October 22.

Mike Iveson Sci-Fi World Premiere to Play The Kitchen in May
by Tyler Peterson - Apr 14, 2016

The Kitchen is pleased to present The Tear Drinkers, the second musical work from beloved performer and Bessie-Award-winning composer Mike Iveson. The Tear Drinkers is a suite of sci-fi songs for six performers and piano; it follows four humans who have been abducted by the United States government and brought to an underground holding tank in New Mexico, so that the government can determine which of them is actually an alien from another planet masquerading as an earthling. Downtown performer Mike Iveson leads a team of exceptional artists, including pioneering video artist Charles Atlas, in a look at the private heartaches and private bathroom rituals of humans and aliens alike.

SORRY ROBOT Runs Now thru 1/17 at PS122's COIL
by BWW News Desk - Jan 6, 2015

As part of the tenth edition of the COIL festival, Performance Space 122 and New Ohio Theatre present the world premiere of Sorry Robot, the playwriting debut of beloved performer and Bessie-Award-winning composer Mike Iveson, best know for his work with Sibyl Kempson, Elevator Repair Service and choreographer Sarah Michelson. In Sorry Robot, four performers and a piano create a haunting world where robots long to experience the same emotions that their embarrassing, sort-of-pathetic human masters feel. In a hotel that doubles as a software development facility in an ever-dystopian Florida, the machines of the future set out to prove they can do almost anything but shut up.

SORRY ROBOT to Run 1/6-17 at PS122's COIL
by Tyler Peterson - Dec 1, 2014

As part of the tenth edition of the COIL festival, Performance Space 122 and New Ohio Theatre present the world premiere of Sorry Robot, the playwriting debut of beloved performer and Bessie-Award-winning composer Mike Iveson, best know for his work with Sibyl Kempson, Elevator Repair Service and choreographer Sarah Michelson. In Sorry Robot, four performers and a piano create a haunting world where robots long to experience the same emotions that their embarrassing, sort-of-pathetic human masters feel. In a hotel that doubles as a software development facility in an ever-dystopian Florida, the machines of the future set out to prove they can do almost anything but shut up.