Established in the West Village in 1979, Theater for a New Audience has been producing major classic and contemporary plays, including 28 works by Shakespeare, as well as other classic works and distinguished plays. The theater aims to celebrate classic drama, particularly those of the Great Bard, and has produced over 28 Shakespearean works, including The Merchant of Venice and Titus Andronicus.
Other productions include The Lion King director Julie Taymor's The Green Bird, which later opened on Broadway, Howard Brenton’s Sore Throats, W.S. Gilbert’s Engaged, Edward Bond’s Chair, and Adrienne Kennedy’s Ohio State Murders. Drinks and light meals are served at Food & Drink in the lobby of the Polonsky Shakespeare Center before and after performances.
154 Christopher Street STE. 3D, New York, New York 10014, Phone: 212-229-2819
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