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For more than three decades, New York Theatre Workshop has provided a home to artists to hone their creative voice, a space for them to develop their projects and a platform to produce groundbreaking work. NYTW is renowned for a long list of acclaimed work including Jonathan Larson’s Rent, Enda Walsh’s Once, Rick Elice’s Peter and the Starcatcher, Tony Kushner’s Homebody/Kabul and Caryl Churchill’s Far Away, A Number and Love and Information. NYTW’s productions have received a Pulitzer Prize, 17 Tony Awards and assorted Obie, Drama Desk and Lucille Lortel Awards.

 

Privacy Policy

New York Theatre Workshop is strongly committed to protecting the privacy of its online visitors, members, donors and friends. We do not collect personally identifiable information about individuals—such as their names and postal and/or email addresses—except when it is knowingly provided by such individuals. We believe that maintaining privacy on the web is very important and we hope you will read this privacy policy carefully so that you clearly understand both our commitment to you and your privacy and our method of collecting and using information. This privacy policy only applies to transactions made, and data gathered, on nytw.org and does not apply to any other website. The terms of this privacy policy shall govern all interactions with the theatre through either the theatre’s website or email. By using the theatre’s website or communicating with the theatre by email, you agree to the terms of this privacy policy.

You may use New York Theatre Workshop’s website without submitting any personally identifiable information.

When you make a donation, purchase a membership or purchase tickets to any event online NYTW will ask you to create an account and ask you to provide personally identifiable information necessary to process and service your donation, membership and/or order that may include your name, billing and postal addresses, telephone number, email address, and credit card number. When you make a donation, purchase a membership or purchase tickets to any event online, your credit card information will be temporarily stored on a secured server. We will retain the personally identifiable information you provided for our records and to facilitate customer service. You may also be asked for additional information required to complete and service your request.

We never share with third parties any email address you provide when you make a donation, purchase a membership or purchase tickets to any event online, through the mail, in person, or on the telephone except as required by law.

NYTW will occasionally share constituent mailing addresses with other theater companies for one-time-only usage to promote discounts to other theatrical events. If you do not wish to have your address shared, please contact us at info@nytw.org.

NYTW regularly sends emails to individuals such as registrants and members who have provided us with their email address, informing them of NYTW events or promotions we think might be of interest to them. Email recipients may always opt out of any email category at any time by following the unsubscribe instructions included in the email message.

NYTW may engage reputable third-party vendors in order to help us manage our website and allow us to better service our visitors and customers. These may include third-party vendors engaged to analyze, for marketing purposes, the information collected on our website. By visiting the NYTW site, such third parties may place cookies on users’ browsers for targeted advertising purposes. Cookies, tracking pixels and related technologies are used for a variety of purposes including to operate and personalize the website.

The NYTW site may contain links to other websites such as our third-party vendors. Once you leave the NYTW Web site, this privacy policy will not apply.

NYTW may revise its privacy policy at any time. We encourage you to visit this page periodically to review our current policy so that you will always know what information we gather and how we may use that information.