“Art is not a mirror held up to realitybut a hammer with which to shape it.”—Bertolt Brecht Written in 1941, The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui was created in exile as alarm bells echoed throughout Europe. Playwright Bertolt Brecht had already escaped Germany in 1933, […]
Compiled by Lucy Kania, Assistant Director DunnI wonder if the government will sanction this land once our expedition is over. PowellIt all comes down to how dangerous it is to inhabit. DunnWell the Natives have lived in these lands for centuries. PowellWell, they’ve also probably […]
Here is a summation of where each man’s path lead them after the end of their time as Men on Boats:
Men on Boats is a play that charts and navigates as much terrain as its titular subjects do.
Not the physical space you are currently inhabiting, but the land beneath and surrounding the space on which you are sitting.
Directors’ notes traditionally welcome and orient an audience to the work that they are about to witness together. The goal of the note is often to begin forging a connection between the story on stage and the shared experience of living in the world right […]
Get ready to put your feet up after a long week and enjoy our one-night-only viewing of James La Bellla’s Squeaky Fromme Love Song on Saturday, March 28, 8:00 p.m. EST. Bookmark this YouTube link for easy access to the premiere on Saturday: https://youtu.be/mM-Uyd-NRw0 ABOUT […]
By Brenna Epstein (Cunningham in The Last Days of Judas Iscariot) What makes this rehearsal process so special for me is that this role is, by far, the most challenging role I have ever played. This is due to the fact that I’m Jewish, and […]
By Sivan Amir, Production Dramaturg Stephen Adley Guirgis, the playwright of The Last Days of Judas Iscariot, puts a spin on the traditional Biblical tale placing Judas in a courtroom to answer the question if he should go to Hell. Known for works including Between […]
by Alison Qu, 10 Out of 12 Production Dramaturg 10 Out of 12 was born in 2015 at Soho Repertory Theater, a small theater located in the middle of what we call “Downtown”—anything that is south of 30th Street in Manhattan for a New Yorker. […]