Theatre for a New Audience
Time Out says
Posted: Wed Aug 21 2013
Founded in 1979, TFANA has grown steadily to become New York's most prominent classical-theater company. Now, finally, it has a home of its own: the Center for Shakespeare and Classic Drama (near BAM, in Brooklyn's cultural district). This flashy, glass-fronted 299-seat venue, designed by Hugh Hardy, is scheduled to open its doors in October with Julie Taymor's production of A Midsummer Night's Dream.
Theatre for a New Audience 262 Ashland Pl
What's on at Theatre for a New Audience
Revival, Drama, Shakespeare
The sudden glut of Lears expands as the venerable English actor Michael Pennington takes on the title role in Shakespeare's tragedy of foolish misjudgment and majestic degradation, directed by Arin Arbus for Theatre for a New Audience. The company includes...