We’re so happy to support of affiliated playwright Winter Miller’s play Spare Rib, which we’ve seen in several contexts this year… all clearly building up to this one! And directed by affiliated artist Adrienne Campbell-Holt! Join us — it’s going to be a great night!
Join Gloria Steinem and friends — now including Samantha Bee! — to celebrate the work of Dr. Willie Parker, abortion provider to underserved communities and besieged clinics in the American South. Featuring a tribute to Dr. Parker from Gloria Steinem, a reading from Spare Rib by playwright Winter Miller (In Darfur, The Penetration Play) directed by Adrienne Campbell-Holt (Cal in Camo, Dry Land) and a special appearance by cabaret star Lady Rizo, this evening will raise money for Southern abortion clinics under attack, people in financial need seeking abortions, and an upcoming production of Spare Rib.
October 19, 2017
Learn more Get tickets Read about The Pool in The Brooklyn Rail New Georges’ Supported Productions program provides mentorship, resources and an institutional platform to affiliated artists producing their own work independently. Our latest Supported Production is actually THREE! And supports … Continue reading
September 19, 2017
Learn more about the residencies and the summit The Audrey Residency Summit continues! With workshop presentations of new plays which began their development during one of the program’s four annual cycles so far. All presentations at 520 8th Avenue, 3rd … Continue reading
July 26, 2017
In four speedy years, our Audrey Residency program — 3 weeks spent working on a new-play project over the course of a year + a monthly community gathering — has become a productive, indispensable delight. 44 affiliated artists have passed through it, … Continue reading
May 22, 2017
GET TICKETS FULL SCHEDULE PDF! HOW TO GET THERE, WHERE TO EAT LEARN MORE ABOUT WORKS ON WATER READ THE SUNDAY NEW YORK TIMES FEATURE “Gorgeous! Poignant and transporting and sly… Matthis exudes vulnerability, self-effacing humor, and a crackling intelligence.” … Continue reading