Topics – Marcus Gardley

 
October 24, 2012

ND Alum Ellen Maddow Previews The Talking Band's "Obskene" at HERE

by Ellen Maddow, New Dramatists Class of 2010

I am working on a deliciously challenging new theatre work that is opening on November 1 at HERE Arts Center. Its called Obskene and It is a Talking Band production conceived and directed by my colleague and fellow founding member, Tina Shepard. Obskene, the Greek word for offstage, refers to the violent and horrendous acts of violence that took place offstage in the classic Greek theatre. It is related to the modern word obscene.  Read More

April 27, 2012

I AM THEATRE: Marcus Gardley

Theatre Communications Group's I AM THEATRE captures pivotal moments in the lives of theatre-makers in an online video series. This project will raise awareness for the theatre field and champion the diverse group of people who are creating, supporting, and engaging with theatre. TCG has graciously allowed New Dramatists to re-post videos related to our current resident playwrights, alumni and family of collaborators.  Read More

April 24, 2012

Marcus Gardley Among New Slate of Victory Gardens Playwrights

Victory Gardens Theater artistic director Chay Yew recently announced a new slate of ensemble playwrights for the company, including New Dramatists resident playwright Marcus Gardley.  Read More

The Barbara Barondess MacLean Festival of Readings

Celebrating Marcus Gardley, Quiara Alegría Hudes, Melanie Marnich, Daniel Reitz and Lucy Thurber as they complete their seven-year residencies. Join us for an exciting two-day festival of readings and tributes, food and fun.

January 18, 2012

Marcus Gardley Rises (and Revises)

Playwright Marcus Gardley is having an August Wilson moment.  Read More

Dan LeFranc

The PlayTime Developmental Studio is a two-week, in-house retreat for five New Dramatists resident playwrights designed to give them the time and space they need to explore, workshop, rethink, and revise in the company of fellow playwrights, artistic collaborators including directors, designers, and actors and New Dramatists staff. Click here to learn more about PlayTime.

Chiori Miyagawa

The PlayTime Developmental Studio is a two-week, in-house retreat for five New Dramatists resident playwrights designed to give them the time and space they need to explore, workshop, rethink, and revise in the company of fellow playwrights, artistic collaborators including directors, designers, and actors and New Dramatists staff. Click here to learn more about PlayTime.

Marcus Gardley

The PlayTime Developmental Studio is a two-week, in-house retreat for five New Dramatists resident playwrights designed to give them the time and space they need to explore, workshop, rethink, and revise in the company of fellow playwrights, artistic collaborators including directors, designers, and actors and New Dramatists staff. Click here to learn more about PlayTime.

Tanya Barfield

The PlayTime Developmental Studio is a two-week, in-house retreat for five New Dramatists resident playwrights designed to give them the time and space they need to explore, workshop, rethink, and revise in the company of fellow playwrights, artistic collaborators including directors, designers, and actors and New Dramatists staff. Click here to learn more about PlayTime.

Rob Handel

The PlayTime Developmental Studio is a two-week, in-house retreat for five New Dramatists resident playwrights designed to give them the time and space they need to explore, workshop, rethink, and revise in the company of fellow playwrights, artistic collaborators including directors, designers, and actors and New Dramatists staff. Click here to learn more about PlayTime.

New Dramatists presents the 10th annual PlayTime, a 2-week developmental lab for five plays-in-progress designed to give playwrights the time and space needed to explore, workshop, rethink, and revise ambitious new work in a collaborative company of directors, actors, other writers and New Dramatists staff. PlayTime offers our writers one of the most extended, intensive developmental processes available within our year-round artistic programming. This year’s writers are Tanya Barfield, Marcus Gardley, Rob Handel, Dan LeFranc, and Chiori Miyagawa.

October 13, 2011

New Marcus Gardley Play to be Read at Hartford Stage

Marcus Gardley’s The House That Will Not Stand, a re-imagining of Federico Garcia Lorca’s The House of Bernarda Alba will be featured as part of Hartford Stage's “Brand:NEW” play reading festival on Nov. 5 at 7:30 p.m. The reading will be directed by Hartford's associate artistic director Hana S. Sharif.  Read More

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