The 2015—16 season is our most ambitious yet. We’ll begin in the fall with our New Works program, presenting readings of new plays and inviting you to get involved in the conversation. Next winter we’ll workshop Luigi Pirandello’s tragicomedy Enrico IV, in a new translation by Royston Coppenger and starring company co-founder and veteran John Edmund Morgan. An examination of madness, the work follows a wealthy contemporary man who believes himself to be the 11th century Holy Roman emperor Enrico IV–and the cast of actors hired to support his delusion. In the spring we’ll present the NYC premieres of three Charles Mee plays centering on lives of artists: Matisse’s Self Portrait, Van Gogh’s Sunflowers and Picasso’s Masterpiece. Dates and locations to be announced.
We’re so excited to see you at the theatre we make all over Brooklyn!
These programs are supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council, as well as The Howard Gilman Foundation, the Dramatists Guild, The Brooklyn Community Foundation and many generous supporters.