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New York Theatre Workshop

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

New York Theatre Workshop
NYTW entrance.jpg
The entrance to NYTW's mainstage
Address79-83 East 4th Street
New York City
United States
Coordinates40°43′36″N 73°59′24″W / 40.726564°N 73.990088°W / 40.726564; -73.990088
OwnerNew York Theatre Workshop, Inc.
TypeOff-Broadway
Capacitymain stage: 198
black box: 75
Opened1979
Website
www.nytw.org
The building next to the mainstage houses a black box theatre, offices and rehearsal spaces
The building next to the mainstage houses a black box theatre, offices and rehearsal spaces

New York Theatre Workshop (NYTW) is an Off-Broadway theatre noted for its productions of new works. Located at 79 East 4th Street between Second Avenue and Bowery in the East Village neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City, it houses a 198-seat theatre for its mainstage productions, and a 75-seat black box theatre for staged readings and developing work in the building next door, at 83 East 4th Street.

History

Founded by Stephen Graham, NYTW presents five to seven new productions, over 80 staged readings, and numerous workshop productions to an audience of over 60,000 patrons.[1]

Some of the theatre's progeny – such as Rent and Dirty Blonde – have transferred to commercial productions. The new works of well-established playwrights, such as Caryl Churchill, Doug Wright, and Tony Kushner – a former NYTW associate artistic director – have also been produced at NYTW. In keeping with its mission, NYTW continues to bring new work from theatre legends and emerging artists alike. The theatre maintains connections with many theatrical artists, whom it refers to as "The Usual Suspects".

In 2005, NYTW purchased a vacant building at 72 East 4th Street, which it converted into scenic and costume shops.[2] On January 11, 2006, Mayor Michael Bloomberg donated several city-owned buildings to arts organizations, including New York Theatre Workshop, on East Fourth Street, designating the block Fourth Arts Block.[3]

James C. Nicola is its artistic director. He has held that role since 1988 and will step down in June 2022.[4]

Affiliated artists

References

Notes
  1. ^ "NYTW / Home". NYTW. Retrieved 20 April 2018.
  2. ^ "Update on Renovation Plans: NYTW's New Scenic and Costume Shop" at NYTW site
  3. ^ "Fourth Arts Block". Fourth Arts Block. Retrieved 20 April 2018.
  4. ^ "James C. Nicola to Step Down From Artistic Director Position at New York Theatre Workshop in Summer 2022". broadwayworld.com. 2021-04-16. Retrieved 2021-04-26.

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This page was last edited on 26 April 2021, at 17:31
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