Just taking a moment to tell you about FRIEND ART, currently running at Second Stage Uptown — because collaborators Sofia Alvarez and Portia Krieger a) met, and b) started working on FRIEND ART in the New Georges Jam! So we’re super proud to see the show up and running (The New York Times likes its “biting, aware humor;” we’re not surprised)…
…and are going to see it together on Thursday June 9! Wanna come with us? E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org!
SECOND STAGE THEATER
by Sofia Alvarez
directed by Portia Krieger
Kevin and Molly are a 30-something couple about to get married. Their best friend Nate just broke up with Lil, his much younger performance artist girlfriend. The group is navigating Gotham living at varying levels of success, which inevitably means attending friends’ basement art shows. In this comedy we’re confronted with what it means to support the art and decisions your friends make, regardless of what it does to your friendships.
thru June 12! // McGinn-Cazale Theatre, 2162 Broadway
GET TICKETS HERE // for more information visit 2st.com
October 10, 2016
Time Flies! Announcing Cycle 4, the new group of Audrey residents at New Georges! Named for Audrey Bernfield, Susan’s mom, an innovative mentor and of course a great supporter of our company, the year-long residencies that make up our core play development program … Continue reading
September 30, 2016
This summer, our working lab for early-career writers and directors (The New Georges Jam, founded in 2010 by Lucy Alibar, Jess Chayes & Portia Krieger), held its first application process in 2 years (and most competitive ever — wow, the world does … Continue reading
June 21, 2016
Get tickets here! Mia Rovegno’s nothin’s gonna change my world was developed in part in the inaugural year of New Georges’ Audrey Residency program; and workshopped beautifully in our 2014 New Georges Jam on Toast festival. At last! Coming to … Continue reading
June 6, 2016
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 … Continue reading