2016 POWERHOUSE SEASON IS ANNOUNCED

April 29th, 2016

SUBSCRIPTIONS & SINGLE TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE
For Tickets and Full Performance Schedule, visit HERE
Or call 845-437-5599

MAINSTAGE
In the Powerhouse Theater

June 30-July 10
TRANSFERS
By Lucy Thurber
Directed by Jackson Gay

July 21-31
THE WOLVES
By Sarah DeLappe
Directed by Lila Neugebauer

MUSICAL WORKSHOPS
In the Vogelstein Center for Drama & Film

July 7-9
THE ROAR OF THE GREASEPAINT – THE SMELL OF THE CROWD
Book, Music, & Lyrics by Leslie Bricusse & Anthony Newley
Adapted Book by Santino Fontana
Directed by Scott Ellis

July 15-17
ANOTHER WORD FOR BEAUTY
By José Rivera
Music and Lyrics by Héctor Buitrago
Directed by Steven Cosson

July 22 & 23
July 30
A 24-DECADE HISTORY OF POPULAR MUSIC (Work-In-Progress)
Conceived, Written, Performed and Co-Directed by Taylor Mac
Co-Directed by Niegel Smith
Music Direction by Matt Ray
Costume Design by Machine Dazzle

INSIDE LOOK WORKSHOPS
In the Susan Stein Shiva Theater

July 9-10
FURY
By Joanna Murray-Smith
Directed by Mark Brokaw

July 29-31
FINGERSMITH
By Alexa Junge
Based on the novel by Sarah Waters
Directed by Bill Rauch

READINGS

June 24-26
READINGS FESTIVAL 1
June 24 | 8pm – GOOD GRIEF by Lorien Haynes, directed by John Slattery
June 25 | 3pm – THE WAYS OF NECESSITY by Stephen Nathan, directed by Evan Yionoulis
June 25 | 8pm – NOLLYWOOD DREAMS by Jocelyn Bioh, directed by Saheem Ali
June 26 | 1pm – SOCRATES by Tim Blake Nelson, directed by Maria Mileaf
June 26 | 5pm – THE GREAT BLUENESS by Andrew Gerle, directed by John Carrafa

July 22-24*
READINGS FESTIVAL 2
Schedule TBA
WE ARE AMONG US by Stephen Belber
RANCHO VIEJO by Dan LeFranc, directed by Daniel Aukin
SACRED VALLEY by Josh Radnor, directed by Sheryl Kaller
BETWEEN THE LINES music & lyrics by Elyssa Samsel & Kate Anderson; book by Timothy Allen McDonald, directed by Jeff Calhoun
THE PORTUGUESE KID written and directed by John Patrick Shanley

*Note new weekend for Readings Festival 2!

THE TRAINING COMPANY
Free to the Public
Performances at the Vassar Farm & Ecological Preserve

VIRGINIA WOOLF’S MRS. DALLOWAY / July 15, 16, 17
Adapted & Directed by Mark Lindberg

THE TAMING OF THE SHREW / July 22, 23, 24
Adapted & Directed by Andrew Willis-Woodward

THURSDAYS AT 6PM / July 7, 14, 21, 28
Soundpainting: A series of improvisational performances featuring music, dance, and acting in a dynamic and unique type of ensemble performance you have to experience for yourself!

WORKSHOP PERFORMANCES / July 24, 25
The Price of Salt
By Emily Mendelsohn and Maggie Manulyanga
Directed by Emily Mendelsohn

Visit HERE for updated training company production and workshop information

Up Next in the 2016 New York City Barnard Reading Series

April 7th, 2016

CLOSURE
by Keith Huff
directed by Leigh Silverman

Featuring: Michael Esper, Betty Gilpin, Sue Jean Kim, Bobby Moreno

Keith Huff

When Michael, a trauma surgeon, is brutally stabbed, past and present collide as he and Katie are forced to come to terms with a traumatic incident that occurred when they were undergrads at the University of Chicago.  But with time stubbornly refusing to heal their respective wounds, is real closure even possible for Michael and Katie?

Monday, April 18, 2016
7:00 PM
The Glicker-Milstein Blackbox Theater at Barnard College
Diana Center, Lower Level 2
3009 Broadway (at 117th Street)

There will be an informal reception immediately following the reading.

Please RSVP to info@newyorkstageandfilm.org
Seating is limited.
All reservations must be confirmed via email.

Up Next in the 2016 NYC Barnard Reading Series

March 7th, 2016

SACRED VALLEY
by Josh Radnor
directed by Sheryl Kaller

Josh Radnor

Narby and Natalie can’t remember a time when they weren’t friends. But their seemingly rock-solid friendship is upended when Narby takes Natalie’s husband Brian out for what he thought would be a harmless little mushroom trip. The next day, a confused Brian leaves Natalie, an enraged Natalie blames Narby, and three people are forced to ask themselves the deepest questions about love, friendship, and growing up in this unconventional comedy from Josh Radnor (Liberal Arts, “How I Met your Mother”, NYSAF’s The Babylon Line).

Monday, March 14, 2016
7:00 PM
The Glicker-Milstein Blackbox Theater at Barnard College
Diana Center, Lower Level 2
3009 Broadway (at 117th Street)

There will be an informal reception immediately following the reading.

Please RSVP to info@newyorkstageandfilm.org
Seating extremely limited.
All reservations must be confirmed via email.

Announcing the first reading in the 2016 NYC Reading Series at Barnard College!

January 19th, 2016

FLEE
by Stephanie Del Rosso
directed by Sash Bischoff

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Stephanie Del Rosso

Featuring: Jon DeVries, Laura Esterman, Susannah Flood,
Tom Pelphrey, Sam Breslin Wright & Wolf CR

Delia is waiting. For her child to be born? For her amazing husband Paul to arrive? For some other guests to check into the lakeside inn she’s found in small-town Oregon? As her belly–and anxiety–swells, Delia befriends an eccentric old couple and sifts through faded memories. Flee is a dark comedy about the things we run away from and the things we hurtle toward (and also dead raccoons).

Monday, February 1, 2016
7:00 PM
The Glicker-Milstein Blackbox Theater at Barnard College
Diana Center, Lower Level 2
3009 Broadway (at 117th Street)

There will be an informal reception immediately following the reading.
Please RSVP to info@newyorkstageandfilm.org
All reservations will be confirmed via email.

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FLEE is being presented in partnership with Naked Angels‘ 1st Mondays Reading Series. This monthly series of full-length readings gives playwrights the opportunity to experience their work in a public setting for the first time, with the added benefit of a professional director, cast, and rehearsal period.

Announcing our third reading in the 2015-16 NYC Reading Series at Barnard College!

October 22nd, 2015

EVERYTHING IS WONDERFUL
by Chelsea Marcantel
directed by Tyne Rafaeli
featuring Michael Countryman, Carter Hudson, Kathryn Meisle, Colby Minifie, Will Pullen, and Erin Wilhelmi

Chelsea Marcantel (Photo by: Ryan Bourque Photography)

When an Amish couple’s two sons are killed in a car accident, the family struggles to maintain their faith and way of life. But the tragedy cracks open the family’s dark history and brings back their eldest daughter, excommunicated five years earlier. In Chelsea Marcantel’s deeply moving new play, a family and a community reckon with secrets and forgiveness.

Monday, November 2nd, 2015
7:00 PM
The Glicker-Milstein Blackbox Theater at Barnard College
Diana Center, Lower Level 2
3009 Broadway (at 117th Street)

There will be an informal reception immediately following the reading.
Please RSVP to info@newyorkstageandfilm.org
All reservations will be confirmed via email.

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