Welcome to the NYTW Blog—a resource for behind-the-scenes insights on our productions, share-outs from the classroom penned by teaching artists, community partner spotlights, and a peek behind the curtain to see how work gets made at NYTW.

Announcing our 2024/25 Season!

In the 2024/25 season, we’re championing the work of powerful artists who are confronting the world we live in and guiding us into the future. Our work is muscular and intimate, brimming with delight and searing questions.

May 23, 2024 by NYTW

Here There Are Blueberries Pulitzer Prize Finalist

We are throwing all the flowers for Moisés Kaufman, Amanda Gronich, and the entire team at Tectonic Theatre Project for being named a 2024 Pulitzer Prize Finalist in Drama for Here There Are Blueberries. Get your tickets now for the extraordinary production playing at NYTW through June 16!

May 6, 2024 by NYTW

Jeremy Blocker to Depart NYTW

Jeremy Blocker will depart this summer after a tremendously impactful ten-year tenure as our Executive Director. Jeremy will be joining Audible Theater as head of live creative producing where he will drive all live programming and producing at Audible’s Minetta Lane Theater.

May 4, 2024 by NYTW

The Making of Here There Are Blueberries

Go into the rehearsal room of Here There Are Blueberries and watch just how this magnificent piece gets made for the stage. You’ll also hear exclusive insights from some of the actors on how the Tectonic process of Moment Work is an integral part of the finished product.

April 30, 2024 by NYTW

Veteran Voices Playwriting Seminar

The Veteran Voices Playwriting Seminar is celebrating its fourth cohort of participants composed of 8 to 10 military veterans and their family members. A collaboration with Poetic Theater Productions’ Veteran Voices, the program has been sponsored by NYTW since its conception in 2020 during the pandemic. The program ends with a presentation of short plays by the participants which will be presented in-person later in May.

April 23, 2024 by NYTW


We are excited to share a clip of the title song from I Love You So Much I Could Die, taken from a recent live performance. Mona’s vocals are sure to seep into your soul in this stirring and beautiful melody.

March 7, 2024 by NYTW

The History of Casebook

It’s the best time of year – Casebook season! If you don’t already know about Casebook, you’re in luck – because this post is all about it!

Casebook is one of our show-specific education offerings. Through Casebook, audience members are given a behind-the-scenes look at how a production comes together at NYTW. NYTW designates one show per season as a case study and hosts a 7-week class designed to provide theatre lovers with a true insider’s view of the development process, including insights into budgeting, artistic and design decisions, and how a show might change from the final dress rehearsal to opening night.

February 21, 2024 by Corey Bravo Sloan, NYTW Development Fellow


We were excited to celebrate opening night for I LOVE YOU SO MUCH I COULD DIE with some of our nearest and dearest friends! Check out some behind the scenes photos of this wonderful celebration!

February 15, 2024 by NYTW

A Voice in the Darkness

Playwright and performer Mona Pirnot and director Lucas Hnath sit down for a wide ranging conversation with Michael Paulson at The New York Times to discuss how sound plays a role in I Love You So Much I Could Die.

February 13, 2024 by Michael Paulson for THE NEW YORK TIMES