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.
There is no debate: you have never seen The Seagull like this before. See how Celine Song changed the very definition of what theatre is, and read what made Vulture critic Helen Shaw say, “I laughed, I cried, it was better than WooHoo!”
Playwright Celine Song takes time to speak with RE: theatre about Endlings, who inspires her as a playwright, and . Created by artists Maria Paz Alegre and Ray Yamanouchi, RE: (Regarding) seeks to make theatre more accessible to a wider, more diverse audience by showcasing fellow artists/professionals in the industry.
February 3, 2020 by Maria Paz Alegre and Ray Yamanouchi for RE:THEATRE
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.