Theatre for a New Audience
Time Out says
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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.
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