O brave new world,
That has such people in't!

The Tempest, Act V: Sc. 1

Current Season


Brave New World Rep is proud to present the world premiere of


Three one act plays by Charles L. Mee




















Matisse’s Self Portrait directed by Jackie Alexander

Picasso’s Masterpiece directed by Claire Beckman

Van Gogh’s Sunflowers directed by Rebecca Martinez

VENUE: Glasshouse Art Life Lab: www.glasshouseproject.org

Matisse & Picasso only

OPENING NIGHT May 12 at 7:00pm BNW MEMBERS ONLY* (become a member for $100)
Full Trilogy: Matisse, Picasso & Van Gogh

May 21 & May 22 at 7:00pm FREE TO THE PUBLIC*
Matisse & Van Gogh only

May 25 & May 26 at 8:00pm FREE TO THE PUBLIC*
Picasso & Van Gogh only

Dan Sturges as Matisse
Oliver Wadsworth* as Van Gogh
Juan Carlos Pinedo as Picasso

Ann Flanigan, Craig A. Grant, Eric Gravez, Anita Hollander*, Melissa Joyner, Michael Longo, Catherine Mancuso, John Edmond Morgan*, Michael Moss, Al-nisa Petty, Stacey Rae-Allen, Eleanor Ruth*, Caroline Ryburn*, Nathalie Thomas, Ian Whitt and Amanda Gookin on cello.

Produced by Claire Beckman
Production Stage Manager: Brittany Giles-Jones*
Choreography: Chelsea Gregory and Traci Tolmaire
Costume Design: Martina Nevermann and Lucy Gwathmey
Lighting: Jason Fok
Projection Design: Lital Dotan
Production Design: John Morgan
Photo: Doug Barron
Graphic Design: Gretchen Ervin
Publicist: Carol Klenfner

* members of Actors Equity Association, the union of professional actors and stage managers

Reservations required for FREE performances (click here to reserve)

  • The Immortals is made possible with public funds from the Decentralization Program of the New York State Council on the Arts, administered in Kings County by Brooklyn Arts Council. This program is also supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs AND our many generous individual supporters. THANK YOU!






Brave New World Repertory Theatre, a Brooklyn-based company, reaches under-served audiences to promote a love of theatre, with re-imagined classics and brave new works that reflect our diverse community. BNW’s free-to-low-cost programs range from intimate readings to large outdoor productions, and cast unique and historic Brooklyn venues in a leading role. We seek to tell stories that celebrate life and explore social justice; stories that make us laugh, feel deeply, and find common ground.
O brave new world, That has such people in’t! The Tempest, Act V: Sc. 1