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New York Theatre Workshop

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by BWW News Desk - Sep 26, 2013
Native Voices at the Autry, America's leading Native American theatre company with a mission to develop new plays by emerging and established Native playwrights, announces its 2013-14 season, which spotlights themes of law, lawmakers, lawyers and activists.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 14, 2009
Season Opens in November 2009 with World Premiere of Carbon Black, a Suspenseful Psychological Drama by Terry Gomez (Comanche)
by BWW News Desk - Oct 17, 2019
With the new Tom Patterson Theatre taking shape on the banks of the Avon River, the Stratford Festival is thrilled to announce key casting as it builds the acting company for its monumental 2020 season.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 12, 2016
From October 12 - November 6, Pleiades Theatre, in co-production with Theatre francais de Toronto, presents the Toronto premiere of The (Post) Mistress (in English, from October 25 to November 6) and Zesty Gopher s'est fait ecraser par un frigo (in French, from October 12 to 23), the latest musical by Canada's acclaimed First Nations' playwright, Tomson Highway.  
by BWW News Desk - May 7, 2014
Canadian Rep Theatre is currently rehearsing for the Toronto presentation of its world premiere production of Watching Glory Die written and performed in a solo tour de force role by Judith Thompson, one of Canada's most celebrated playwrights. Recently showcased at The CULTCH in Vancouver and directed by Artistic Director Ken Gass, this riveting portrait of three women inextricably linked by tragedy starts performances May 15 and runs to June 1 at Berkeley Street Theatre Upstairs. Tickets are available by calling 416.368.3110 or by visiting www.canadianrep.ca .
by BWW News Desk - Mar 30, 2009
Written by seven indigenous playwrights, from nine North American First Nations, Mixed Blood Theatre?s world-premiere production Red Ink explores the issues of contemporary Native life. Red Ink runs April 23 through May 10 at Mixed Blood Theatre in Minneapolis. Purchase tickets at 612.338.6131 or visit www.mixedblood.com. Price run $11-$30, discounts are available for students, seniors, and groups of 10 or more. All performances are at the Mixed Blood Theatre, located at 1501 S. Fourth Street in Minneapolis.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 3, 2016
Renowned Canadian playwright Judith Thompson directs THE CRACKWALKER, the play that launched her career, and remains as vital today as it was when it premiered 35 years ago. Factory's THE CRACKWALKER features Claire Armstrong, Yolanda Bonnell, Waawaate Fobister, Greg Gale and Stephen Joffe.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 3, 2009
Native Voices at the Autry proudly presents the world premiere of Wings of Night Sky, Wings of Morning Light by musician, poet, songwriter, and playwright Joy Harjo (Mvskoke). The play is a deeply compelling journey of struggle, displacement, self-discovery, and healing. Invoking spoken word, storytelling, music, and song, Harjo takes us on a wild theatrical ride where she tells it like it is with spirit and a mean jazz sax. An allegorical work of tremendous power, Wings demonstrates how theater and art can bring life full circle.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 29, 2013
This week's School in the Spolight is the Drama Depatment at Vasser College in Poughkeepsie, NY! Scroll below for a historical look at the department, see what's upcoming in their production season and view photos from past shows!
by BWW News Desk - Mar 22, 2016
Renowned Canadian playwright Judith Thompson directs THE CRACKWALKER, the play that launched her career, and remains as vital today as it was when it premiered 35 years ago. Factory's THE CRACKWALKER features Claire Armstrong, Yolanda Bonnell, Waawaate Fobister, Greg Gale and Stephen Joffe.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 12, 2009
Native Voices at the Autry proudly presents the world premiere of Wings of Night Sky, Wings of Morning Light by musician, poet, songwriter, and playwright Joy Harjo (Mvskoke). The play is a deeply compelling journey of struggle, displacement, self-discovery, and healing. Invoking spoken word, storytelling, music, and song, Harjo takes us on a wild theatrical ride where she tells it like it is with spirit and a mean jazz sax. An allegorical work of tremendous power, Wings demonstrates how theater and art can bring life full circle.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 12, 2009
Native Voices at the Autry proudly presents the world premiere of Wings of Night Sky, Wings of Morning Light by musician, poet, songwriter, and playwright Joy Harjo (Mvskoke). The play is a deeply compelling journey of struggle, displacement, self-discovery, and healing. Invoking spoken word, storytelling, music, and song, Harjo takes us on a wild theatrical ride where she tells it like it is with spirit and a mean jazz sax. An allegorical work of tremendous power, Wings demonstrates how theater and art can bring life full circle.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 12, 2016
From October 12 - November 6, Pleiades Theatre, in co-production with Theatre francais de Toronto, presents the Toronto premiere of The (Post) Mistress (in English, from October 25 to November 6) and Zesty Gopher s'est fait ecraser par un frigo (in French, from October 12 to 23), the latest musical by Canada's acclaimed First Nations' playwright, Tomson Highway.  
by BWW News Desk - Jan 28, 2015
Can there be laughter in the healing process after sexual assault? That's the question Antonia Lassar, the playwright/performer behind 2013 FRIGID Festival Favorite God Box and the 2014 hit FRIGID show Tina and Amy, is asking in her new solo show Post Traumatic Super Delightful.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 21, 2014
Canadian Rep Theatre kicks off the new year with the English-language premiere of Pacamambo by Quebec's award-winning Wajdi Mouawad, translated by Shelley Tepperman, and directed by Canadian Rep Artistic Director Ken Gass. This emotionally powerful and lyrical work opens today, January 21 and runs through February 2 (previewing from January 18) at The Citadel in Regent Park. Tickets range from $15-$36 with special pricing for families and students, and are available by calling 416-504-7529 or by visiting www.canadianrep.ca.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 21, 2014
Canadian Rep Theatre kicks off the new year with the English-language premiere of Pacamambo by Quebec's award-winning Wajdi Mouawad, translated by Shelley Tepperman, and directed by Canadian Rep Artistic Director Ken Gass. This emotionally powerful and lyrical work opens January 21 and runs to February 2 (previewing from January 18) at The Citadel in Regent Park. Tickets range from $15-$36 with special pricing for families and students, and are available by calling 416-504-7529 or by visiting www.canadianrep.ca. Pacamambo, premiered in French in Montreal in 2000. Conceived as a play for children about death, it is a life-affirming and magical theatre experience for audiences of all ages. It tells the story of Julie, a young girl teetering between denial and rage, who disappeared for 23 days until discovered in her grandmother's apartment basement storage locker with her dog, Growl, and the badly decomposing body of her grandmother.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 9, 2009
Native Voices at the Autry proudly presents the world premiere of Wings of Night Sky, Wings of Morning Light by musician, poet, songwriter, and playwright Joy Harjo (Mvskoke). The play is a deeply compelling journey of struggle, displacement, self-discovery, and healing. Invoking spoken word, storytelling, music, and song, Harjo takes us on a wild theatrical ride where she tells it like it is with spirit and a mean jazz sax. An allegorical work of tremendous power, Wings demonstrates how theater and art can bring life full circle.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 9, 2009
Native Voices at the Autry proudly presents the world premiere of Wings of Night Sky, Wings of Morning Light by musician, poet, songwriter, and playwright Joy Harjo (Mvskoke). The play is a deeply compelling journey of struggle, displacement, self-discovery, and healing. Invoking spoken word, storytelling, music, and song, Harjo takes us on a wild theatrical ride where she tells it like it is with spirit and a mean jazz sax. An allegorical work of tremendous power, Wings demonstrates how theater and art can bring life full circle.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 18, 2015
Can there be laughter in the healing process after sexual assault? That's the question Antonia Lassar, the playwright/performer behind 2013 FRIGID Festival Favorite God Box and the 2014 hit FRIGID show Tina and Amy, is asking in her new solo show Post Traumatic Super Delightful.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 11, 2013
Canadian Rep Theatre kicks off the new year with the English-language premiere of Pacamambo by Quebec's award-winning Wajdi Mouawad, translated by Shelley Tepperman, and directed by Canadian Rep Artistic Director Ken Gass. This emotionally powerful and lyrical work opens January 21 and runs to February 2 (previewing from January 18) at The Citadel in Regent Park.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 29, 2016
From October 12 - November 6, Pleiades Theatre, in co-production with Theatre francais de Toronto, presents the Toronto premiere of The (Post) Mistress (in English, from October 25 to November 6) and Zesty Gopher s'est fait ecraser par un frigo (in French, from October 12 to 23), the latest musical by Canada's acclaimed First Nations' playwright, Tomson Highway.  
by BWW News Desk - Aug 22, 2013
Native Voices at the Autry, America's leading Native American theatre company with a mission to develop new plays by emerging and established Native playwrights, announces its 2013-14 season, which spotlights themes of law, lawmakers, lawyers and activists.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 13, 2019
Colm Feore will utter the first words on the Stratford Festival's newest stage, an echo of the inaugural performance in 1953, when Alec Guinness's opening speech in Richard III anticipated the a?oeglorious summera?? that was to come for Stratford. Feore, an internationally acclaimed stage and screen actor, is just one of a diverse company of accomplished actors who will present a repertory season of 15 productions in four remarkable theatres.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 23, 2009
Written by seven indigenous playwrights, from nine North American First Nations, Mixed Blood Theatre?s world-premiere production Red Ink explores the issues of contemporary Native life. Red Ink runs April 23 through May 10 at Mixed Blood Theatre in Minneapolis. Purchase tickets at 612.338.6131 or visit www.mixedblood.com. Price run $11-$30, discounts are available for students, seniors, and groups of 10 or more. All performances are at the Mixed Blood Theatre, located at 1501 S. Fourth Street in Minneapolis.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 19, 2017
As part of the Finborough Theatre's celebrations of Canada's 150th birthday, and as part of a European tour including ten shows in seven countries in twenty-one days,the UK premiere of an evening of the songs of multi-award-winning writer, composer and musician Tomson Highway, Songs in the Key of Cree, plays for one late night performance at the Finborough Theatre on Saturday, 6 May 2017.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 1, 2014
Canadian Rep Theatre presents the world premiere production of Watching Glory Die written and performed by one of Canada's most celebrated playwrights, Judith Thompson, in a solo tour de force role directed by Artistic Director Ken Gass. Ripped from the headlines, this riveting portrait of three inextricably linked women opens May 17 and runs to June 1 (previewing from May 15) at Berkeley Street Theatre Upstairs. Tickets are available by calling 416.368.3110 or by visiting www.canadianrep.ca .