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New York Theatre Workshop

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  • East Village
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Founded in 1979, the New York Theatre Workshop works with emerging directors eager to take on challenging pieces. Besides plays by world-class artists like Caryl Churchill (Far Away, A Number) and Tony Kushner (Homebody/Kabul), this company also premiered Rent, Jonathan Larson’s Pulitzer Prize–winning musical. The iconoclastic Flemish director Ivo van Hove has made the NYTW his New York pied-à-terre.


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I Love You So Much I Could Die

  • Musicals

Mona Pirnot, one of New York Theatre Workshop's Usual Suspects, explores private questions in a public sphere in this unconventional concert play, in which she performs her own songs but a computer delivers the monologues. Playwright Lucas Hnath—no stranger to high concepts himself, as he recently proved in Dana H.—directs for NYTW.

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