Perhaps it was only a matter of time until real estate and theater, two of New York's favorite obsessions, converged. The New York Times, Sunday Arts & Leisure  --To Kill a Mockingbird 2005The Tempest presented on the Coney Island beach-- Brave New World Repertory Theatre has a knack for inspired site-specific productions of classics. Their candlelit version of Arthur Miller's The Crucible captures the shadowy fear of seventeenth-century Salem. New York Magazine- ---The Crucible Critics' Pick 2010Brave New World Repertory Theatre took Elmer Rice’s 1929 Pulitzer-winning play about stoop life and set it on a real Park Slope stoop, forcing scripted drama to interact with unpredictable city life, which provided un-scriptable energy, something spontaneous and real, blurring the lines of where the fiction begins and thus deepening the emotional impact of its heroes’ love sicknesses. L Magazine   ---Street Scene #22 of 25 Best Stage Shows of 2013Brave New World's Artistic Director Claire Beckman has adapted and directed a poignant, powerful, riveting and relevant production that resonates profoundly in these current times when our country struggles to find our voice and path forward with regard to race relations and respect for all people. Her re-envisioning of Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard in 1870's Virginia, cleverly challenges us to both reflect and project our personal perspectives and understanding of our extended community, family history, legacy and shared humanity. The acting ensemble, production values & direction... all first-rate! Blair Underwood   --The Plantation 2016....what an interesting phenomena the Brave New World Repertory Theatre represents... one clear night in the fall of 2005 they staged To Kill a Mockingbird in Ditmas Park on the porches of six grand old Victorian homes... The company put out 750 chairs and some 3,000 people showed up.  L Magazine  ---The Member of the Wedding 2009Street ScenePicasso's Masterpiece from The ImmortalsCrossing Brooklyn FerryThe Long Christmas DinnerTo Kill a MockingbirdThe American ClockThe American ClockThe Halloween Plays: SalsaThe Great White HopeThe CrucibleThe CrucibleFahrenheit 451Fahrenheit 451To Kill a MockingbirdThe TempestCrossing Brooklyn FerryThe CrucibleFahrenheit 451The CrucibleThe CrucibleThe Great White HopeThe TempestThe CrucibleThe TempestThe CrucibleThe TempestThe CrucibleThe Great White HopeCrossing Brooklyn FerryFahrenheit 451Major BarbaraThe MiserPink Melon JoyNUN$The Merry Wives of Windsor (Terrace)As You Like ItThe Member of the WeddingThe American ClockMoby Dick Rehearsed


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