As we transition from summer to winter, we’d like to bring some upcoming theatre-centric happenings to your attention. We hope to see you at one or more of these!
The Scene Study Intensive
Our Artistic Director, John Gould Rubin, is teaching his popular Scene Study Intensive beginning in October. Actors, take advantage of this opportunity to study with John and to choose your own material from various periods of history. Class size is limited, so if you’re thinking of enrolling, don’t delay.
The class details are as follows:
DATES/TIMES Thursdays 7-10 PM; Oct. 17th-Dec. 19th
LOCATION ART/NY, 520 8th Avenue, 3rd Floor
INVESTMENT $675 ($325 non-refundable deposit due upon registration to secure your spot; remaining $350 due at first class; credit cards accepted – fee may apply; payment plans available)
REGISTRATION/QUESTIONS contact Salome at firstname.lastname@example.org
For a detailed schedule and other information about classes, click here.
Fall Theatre Picks
We’re excited for these two upcoming productions, which both feature dear friends and collaborators of The Private Theatre.
Playwright J. Anthony Roman‘s account of his own journey to Colombia is dramatized in Locombia, a “comedic travel writing exodus with music, that explores the frustrations and limitations one faces while being poor in a third world country, and being broke in the USA.” The show is produced by our frequent collaborator, Erin Cherry, through With a Cherry On Top Productions. Here are the details:
DATES September 26th to September 28th, 2013
TIME 8 PM
LOCATION Speyer Hall at University Settlement (184 Eldridge Street, 2nd floor)
TICKETS AND ADDITIONAL INFO Tickets are $18 cash at door, or available at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/443814 or www.janthonyroman.com.
This contemporary retelling of Shakespeare’s tale of the Prince of Denmark comes to us from Italy, where it recently completed a successful run in Rome. Playwright Dario D’Ambrosio’s vision of a schizophrenic Hamlet results in “a show that brings Shakespeare closer to the young audience with a charge of hallucinatory modernity and all the evasive strength of folly.” This production features Private Theatre collaborator Giacomo Rocchini as Hamlet. Here are the details:
DATES October 17 to November 3, 2013
LOCATION The First Floor Theatre at La MaMa (74 A E. 4th St.)
TICKETS AND ADDITIONAL INFO Please visit the show page on the La MaMa website.