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.
Endlingsis a “fascinating, audacious and deftly satirical” new play by Celine Song, directed by Sammi Cannold, coming to the NYTW stage in February 2020. Dive into first day of rehearsals with photographer Marcus Middleton.
One was in “Game of Thrones.” One is still in high school. They all act and play instruments. And in a new show they portray scrappy Dubliners creating a band. Meet seven of the young actors who rock the stage in Sing Street.
December 8, 2019 by By Elysa Gardner for THE NEW YORK TIMES
Want to nail your next audition? Wonder what the person sitting on the other side of that table looks for? NYTW’s Casting Director, Taylor Williams, chatted with BACKSTAGE about the tips and tricks of the audition process, and why she is always on the lookout for new talent.
Tony Award winners and NYTW Usual Suspects Rebecca Taichman and Enda Walsh bring John Carney’s “funny, joyful and effortlessly cool” indy hit film SING STREET to the NYTW stage. Let’s take a look at their first day of rehearsal at the Gym at Judson Place before their New York Theatre Workshop debut! Photography by Marcus Middleton.
We are flashing back to 2017 when playwright Mfoniso Udofia had two more works grace the NYTW stage, Sojourners & Her Portmanteau. She sat down with Diep Tran to talk about how a creative spiral led her to begin writing the Ufot Cycle, and who exactly she writes her plays for.
August 20, 2019 by Diep Tran for THE NEW YORK TIMES
After captivating audiences and critics in 2017, NYTW Usual Suspect Mfoniso Udofia returns with another pairing from her powerful nine-part saga, The Ufot Cycle. Let’s take a look at photographs by Marcus Middleton from the first day of rehearsal for runboyrun and In Old Age.