MEET NEW GEORGES! A FILM BY TDF STAGES

tdfStages tweets:

“When we made this film about the exciting work at @newgeorges, we needed Pop Art style to match their pizzazz.”

tdfMEETNEWGEORGESfilm

Click here to watch!  tdf made this film as part of their “Meet the Theatre” series, directed by Mark Blankenship, their online content editor, and shot and edited by Nicholas Guldner.

Thanks Mark, Nick and tdf!  We had such a great time working with you!  Huge thanks to affiliated artists Julie Kramer and Daniella Topol for being a part of it, and to ALL the amazing artists whose work is represented.

BLAM!  POW!  Watch them all while you’re at it!

MORE from OUR COMMUNITY

[PORTO]’S RETURN IS ALL IN THE FAMILY: KATE, LEE, WP & THE STARR!

Last year, we watched a lot and supported a little as playwright Kate Benson and director Lee Sunday Evans brought [PORTO] to The Bushwick Starr.  Their first big collaboration since our Obie-winning A BEAUTIFUL DAY IN NOVEMBER ON THE BANKS … Continue reading

supported production:
the pool!
Bernfield, Rosen, Gil-Sheridan hit the flea 11/15!

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

the audrey residency summit continues: presentations thru October!

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

The audrey residency summit: September 16, 17 & more!

  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