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A Castillo Theatre Chronology


September 1984
The Learning Play of Rabbi Levi-Yitzhok, Son of Sara, of Berditchev
by Dan Friedman, directed by Lou Rackoff

January 1985
The Medea Project by Eva Brenner, Candido Tirado and Heiner Müller directed by Eva Brenner

March 1985
King Without a Castle by Candido Tirado, directed by Guillermo Gentile

September 1985
We Are written and directed by Probir Guha

October 1985
A Way Out of No Way by Julie Johnson, directed by Charles Turner

February 1986
Hoodoo Revelations by John Patterson and various authors, directed by Miguel Valdez-Mor

March 1986
A Demonstration: Common Women, the Uncommon Lives of Ordinary Women by William Pleasant and Fred Newman, directed by Fred Newman

June/September 1986
From Gold to Platinum by Fred Newman, William Pleasant, and Dan Friedman, directed by Fred Newman

October 1986
The Collected Emotions of V.I. Lenin by Dan Friedman and Fred Newman directed by Fred Newman

November 1986
A Storm Blowing From Paradise (The Decadence Show) written and directed by Eva Brenner

December 1986
Mr. Hirsch Died Yesterday written and directed by Fred Newman

March 1987
Carmen’s Community written and directed by Fred Newman, with excerpts from Carmen, music by Georges Bizet, words by H. Meilhac and L. Halevy

May 1987
Explosion of a Memory (Description of a Picture) by Heiner Müller (New York premiere), directed by Joseph Szeiler

September 1987
Müllerschmerz/Müller’s Pain by William Pleasant, directed by Fred Newman

May 1988
Demonstration! by Fred Newman and William Pleasant, directed by Fred Newman

September 1988
What do you see when you open your eyes in the morning? written and directed by Walter Redweg

September 1988
Demonstration! by Fred Newman and William Pleasant, directed by Fred Newman, Aaron Davis Hall, City College of New York

October 1989
The Task by Heiner Müller (American premiere), directed by Eva Brenner Stephan Muller, William Pleasant

October/November 1989
No Room for Zion (A Kaddish by a Communist Jew) written and directed by Fred Newman

Müllerschmerz/Müller’s Pain by William Pleasant, directed by Fred Newman

Carmen’s Community written and directed by Fred Newman, with excerpts from Carmen, music by Georges Bizet, words by H. Meilhac and L. Halevy

June/December 1990
The Collected Emotions of V.I. Lenin by Dan Friedman and Fred Newman directed by Fred Newman

December 1990
No Room for Zion (A Kaddish by a Communist Jew) written and directed by Fred Newman

February 1991
Our Young Black Men are Dying and Nobody Seems to Care written and directed by James Chapman

March 1991
Mr. Hirsch Died Yesterday written and directed by Fred Newman

March 1991
The Store: One Block East of Jerome written and directed by Fred Newman

April 1991
Amandla! by Vernelle Edwards, directed by Salaelo Maredi, Henry Street Settlement, Louis Abrons Arts Center

April 1991
Our Young Black Men Are Dying and Nobody Seems to Care written and directed by James Chapman

November 1991
Billie, Malcolm & Yusuf written and directed by Fred Newman

February 1992
The Resurrection of Dark Soldiers written and directed by William Electric Black

April 1992
Carmen’s Community written and directed by Fred Newman, with excerpts from Carmen, music by Georges Bizet, words by H. Meilhac and L. Halevy

May 1992
Dead as a Jew (Zion’s Community) written and directed by Fred Newman

September 1992
Mitote by Maisha Baton, directed by Lorna Littleway

October 1992
Explosion of a Memory (Description of a Picture) by Heiner Müller, directed by Fred Newman

November 1992
Off-Broadway Melodies of 1592 (The 400th Anniversary of the Centennial Celebration of Columbus’ So-called Discovery of America) book by Fred Newman, music and lyrics by Fred Newman and Annie Roboff, directed by Fred Newman

January 1993
Billie & Malcolm: A Demonstration written and directed by Fred Newman

March 1993
It’s Going Around by Yosef Mundy (American premiere), directed by Fred Newman

May 1993
Yes! We Have No Bananas and Other Contradictions in the Life of Ludwig Wittgenstein written and directed by Fred Newman

June 1993
Outing Wittgenstein (or Sunday in the Park with Ludwig) by Fred Newman, directed by Dan Friedman and Mary Fridley

October 1993
Olivia’s Opus by Nora Cole, directed by Herman LeVerne Jones

November 1993
Still on the Corner book by Fred Newman, music and lyrics by Fred Newman and Annie Roboff, directed by Fred Newman

January 1994
The Governor of Jericho by Yosef Mundy (American premiere), directed by Yosef Mundy

The Task by Heiner Müller, directed by Fred Newman

February 1994
Billie & Malcolm: A Demonstration written and directed by Fred Newman

March 1994
Lenin’s Breakdown by Fred Newman and Dan Friedman, directed by Gabrielle Kurlander

April 1994
Who Will Dance With Pancho Villa? (Only a Crazy Revolutionary) by John and Gabriel Fraire, directed by Fred Newman

June 1994
Outing Wittgenstein written and directed by Fred Newman

June 1994
Mortality Waltz written by Robert Lanier, directed by Mark Greenfield

August 1994
Kansas on my Mind by Fred Newman, music and lyrics by Fred Newman and Annie Roboff, directed by Fred Newman

September 1994
Red Channels by Laurence Holder, directed by Fred Newman

November 1994
Left of the Moon written and directed by Fred Newman

December 1994
Still on the Corner book by Fred Newman, music and lyrics by Fred Newman and Annie Roboff, directed by Fred Newman

February 1995
Billie & Malcolm: A Demonstration by Fred Newman, directed by Gabrielle Kurlander

April 1995
The Store: One Block East of Jerome written and directed by Fred Newman

May 1995
Carmen’s Community written and directed by Fred Newman, with excerpts from Carmen, music by Georges Bizet, words by H. Meilhac and L. Halevy

June 1995
Outing Wittgenstein by Fred Newman, directed by Mary Fridley

September 1995
A Season in the Congo by Aimé Césaire, directed by Fred Newman

October 1995
Controluce conceived by Graziella Martinoli and Fred Newman, directed by Graziella Martinoli

December 1995
Sally and Tom (The American Way) book and lyrics by Fred Newman, music by Annie Roboff, directed by Fred Newman and Gabrielle Kurlander

February 1996
F by Laurence Holder, directed by Fred Newman

Left of the Moon by Fred Newman, directed by Laurence Holder

March 1996
Hamletmachine by Heiner Müller, directed by Fred Newman

May 1996
Galileo by Bertolt Brecht, directed by Fred Newman and Gabrielle Kurlander

June 1996
What is to be Dead? (Philosophical Scenes) written and directed by Fred Newman

July 1996
A Season in the Congo by Aimé Césaire, directed by Fred Newman
(SERMAC Festival, Fort-de-France, Martinique)

September 1996
Risky Revolutionary by Fred Newman, directed by Dan Friedman

October 1996
Hot Snow by Laurence Holder, directed by Gabrielle Kurlander

December 1996
Coming of Age in Korea book by Fred Newman, music and lyrics by Fred Newman and Annie Roboff, directed by Fred Newman

February 1997
Stealin’ Home by Fred Newman, directed by Laurence Holder

April 1997
medeamaterial by Heiner Müller, directed by Stephan Suschke

An Obituary — Heiner Müller: A Man Without a Behind by Fred Newman with texts by Heiner Müller, directed by Fred Newman and David Nackman

June 1997
Dinner at Vic’s by Dave DeChristopher, directed by Mary Fridley

September 1997
Salvador (Fictional Conversations) by Fred Newman, directed by Fred Newman and Dan Friedman

November 1997
The Store: One Block East of Jerome by Fred Newman, directed by Madelyn Chapman and Nancy Green

January 1998
Satchel: A Requiem for Racism by Fred Newman, directed by Fred Newman and Dan Friedman

April 1998
Carmen’s Place (A Fantasy) book by Fred Newman, music by Fred Newman and Annie Roboff, directed by Gabrielle Kurlander, with excerpts from Carmen, music by Georges Bizet, words by H. Meilhac and L. Halevy

May 1998
The Mission by Heiner Müller, with original music by Fred Newman, directed by Fred Newman

September 1998
Revising Germany written and directed by Fred Newman

November 1998
Crown Heights by Dan Friedman, Fred Newman, Jacqueline Salit, music and lyrics by Dan Belmont, Browneyes, Dan Friedman and Lenny Moore, directed by Dan Friedman, Pam Lewis, Fred Newman and Diane Stiles

January 1999
Sally and Tom (The American Way) book and lyrics by Fred Newman, music by Annie Roboff, directed by Gabrielle Kurlander

March 1999
Lenin’s Breakdown by Dan Friedman and Fred Newman, directed by Nancy Green

May 1999
The Story of Truth (A Whodunit) written and directed by Fred Newman

September 1999
The Last Temptation of William Jefferson book and lyrics by Fred Newman, music by Annie Roboff, directed by Fred Newman

October 1999
Just Brecht sung by Eva Meier with Florian Uhlig on piano

December 1999
Still on the Corner book and lyrics by Fred Newman, music by Annie Roboff, directed by Gabrielle Kurlander

February 2000
The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade by Peter Weiss, directed by Fred Newman

April 2000
Boy Times Man (boy x man) by Ed Bullins, directed by Dan Friedman

August 2000
The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade by Peter Weiss, directed by Fred Newman
(Midtown International Theatre Festival)

September 2000
Stealin’ Home written and directed by Fred Newman

December 2000
To Be or Not To Be or Neither: A Performatory History of Developmental Theatre (In the Rough) conceived and directed by Fred Newman

February 2001
Mantle, Maris and Mom (The Goys of Summer) book and lyrics by Fred Newman, music by Annie Roboff, directed by Fred Newman

May 2001
Who’s on First? conceived and directed by Fred Newman

October 2001
Germania 3 Ghosts at Dead Man by Heiner Müller, music and lyrics by Fred Newman, directed by Fred Newman

January 2002
What is to be Dead? (Philosophical Scenes) written and directed by Fred Newman

March 2002
Home Movie & Hootenanny conceived and directed by Fred Newman

May 2002
Sessions with Jesus written and directed by Fred Newman

October 2002
Hamletmachine by Heiner Müller, music and lyrics by Fred Newman, directed by Fred Newman

November 2002
Moviemachine directed by Diane Stiles

February 2003
Castillo Improv conceived and directed by Fred Newman

May 2003
Explosion of a Picture (Description of a Memory) by Heiner Müller, music and lyrics by Fred Newman, directed by Fred Newman

January 2004
Demonstration 2004! conceived and directed by Fred Newman

January 2004
Crown Heights
by Fred Newman and Dan Friedman, directed by Dan Friedman  (Youth production)

February 2004
The Solution to All the World’s Problems – An Evening of Short Works By Ben Caldwell, directed by Woodie King, Jr.  (Five Points Presents production)

March 2004
All Stars Hip-Hop Cabaret
#1 directed by Dan Friedman and Antoine ”RL” Joyce  (Youth production)

April 2004
This Is Your Ridiculous Life! created by Fred Newman, directed by David Nackman.

April 2004
Mommsen’s Future by Heiner Müller, directed by Fred Newman

April 2004 
SisterMusic by Carol Polcovar, directed by Mary Fridley  (Five Points Presents production)

September 2004 
All Stars Hip-Hop Cabaret
#2 directed by Dan Friedman and Antoine ”RL” Joyce      (Youth production)

October 2004
Stealin’ Home (A Baseball Fantasy) by Fred Newman, directed by Fred Newman and David Nackman

October 2004
Casper Hauser (A Language Game) by Dan Friedman and Nancy Hanks, directed by Dan Friedman and Brian Mullin      (Youth production)

January 2005
Have You Ever Seen a Dream Rapping?
conceived by Fred Newman, directed by Pamela A. Lewis and David Nackman      (Youth production)

January 2005
Castillo on My Mind directed by Fred Newman and Cathy Rose Salit

February 2005
Robin Hood: A Political Romance
written and directed by Dan Friedman       (Youth production)

February 2005
Day of Reckoning
by Melody Cooper, directed by Madelyn Chapman        (Five Points Presents production)

March 2005
Revising Germany by Fred Newman, directed by Gabrielle L. Kurlander

May 2005
The Therapy Plays: Newman’s Postmodern Follies by Fred Newman, directed by Mary Fridley

May 200
All Stars Hip-Hop Cabaret #3 directed by Dan Friedman and Antoine ”RL” Joyce         (Youth production)

June 2005
License to Dream conceived by Fred Newman and David Parsons, book and lyrics by Fred Newman, music by David Truskinoff, directed by Fred Newman, choreography by David Parsons

August 2005
Rules for Good Manners In the Modern World by Jean-Luc Lagarce, directed by Zeljko Djukic

September 2005
All Stars Hip-Hop Cabaret
#4 directed by Dan Friedman and Antoine ”RL” Joyce        (Youth production)

October 2005
Hidden Images: An Archeology of the Unconscious – Israelis and Palestinians an exhibition of paintings by Wolf Werdigier

October 2005
Sally and Tom (The American Way) book and lyrics by Fred Newman, music by Annie Roboff, directed by Gabrielle L. Kurlander and Fred Newman

November 2005
Our City
written and directed by Dan Friedman and Brian Mullin        (Youth production)

February 2006
Have You Ever Seen a Dream Rapping? directed by Pamela A. Lewis and David Nackman

March 2006
Heiner Müller: A Man Without a Behind concieved by Dan Friedman, music and lyrics by Fred Newman, directed by Gabrielle L. Kurlander

April 2006
Left of the Moon
by Fred Newman, directed by Dan Friedman        (Youth production, a staged reading)

May 2006
All Stars Hip-Hop Cabaret
#5 directed by Dan Friedman        (Youth production)

June 2006
Sapphire’s Kiss
by Maggie Zarillo-Gouldin, directed by Fred Newman and Mary Fridley        (Five Points Presents production)

September 2006
Broadway (Sometimes Off)
, conceived by Fred Newman, directed by Madelyn Chapman

October 2006
Outing Wittgenstein by Fred Newman, directed by Dan Friedman

November 2006
Over There/Over Here
by Michael Reyes, directed by Brian Mullin        (Youth production)

February 2007
It Hasn’t Always Been This Way
, by Ntozake Shange directed by Dianne McIntyre        (NFT co-production)

February 2007
America (A Conversation)
created by Youth Onstage! members, directed by Dan Friedman and Brian Mullin        (Youth production)

March 2007
Homeland Security: Bringing Dr. King Up to Date
directed and choreographed by Desmond Richardson        (Youth production)

April 2007
Backstage (A Love-Hate Story of the Women’s Movement) written and directed by Fred Newman

July 2007  
This Is Your Ridiculous Life! created by Fred Newman, directed by David Nackman

August 2007
All Stars Hip-Hop Cabaret
#6 directed by Dan Friedman and Antoine “RL” Joyce        (Youth production)

November 2007
Our City
written and directed by Dan Friedman and Brian Mullin        (Youth production, tour)

January 2008
Satchel: A Requiem for Racism
by Fred Newman, directed by …  (double-bill w/ Josh by Michael Jones, at NFT)

February 2008
A Rose Among Thorns
by Ella Joyce, directed by Dan Martin        (NBTC co-production)

May 2008
The Compass Project
by Peter Graham and Waynika Wint  (Youth co-production with viBe Theater Experience)

June 2008
Grand Opening: A Star Is Born on 42nd Street

June 2008
Fine Print presented by Youth Onstage!, directed by Madelyn Chapman and Brian Mullin  (Youth production)

September 2008
Patriot Act: A Reality Show by Charles Duncombe, directed by Valentina Fratti

September 2008
What is to be Dead? (Philosophical Scenes) written and directed by Fred Newman

November 2008
Young Playwrights from Castillo
written by Youth Onstage! graduates, directed by Brian Mullin  (Youth production)

January 2009
Coming of Age in Korea book and lyrics by Fred Newman, music by Annie Roboff, directed by Gabrielle L. Kurlander and Desmond Richardson

March 2009
A Season in the Congo
by Aimé Césaire, directed by Brian Mullin        (Youth production)

May 2009
Sundown Names and Night-gone Things by Leslie Lee, directed by Woodie King, Jr.  (Co-production with NFT, NET)

May 2009
Improv at Castillo! featuring This Is Your Ridiculous Life!!, Centralia, and Face

June 2009
Hamletmachine by Heiner Müller, directed by Eva Brenner, translated by Carl Weber

July 2009
Poetry Snap: Word on the Street
directed by Michael Alcide and Darnelle Cadet        (Youth production)

July 2009  
This Is Your Ridiculous Life! created by Fred Newman, directed by David Nackman.

August 2009
Mario Fratti-Fred Newman Political Play Reading Series,
various playwrights and directors        (Youth production)

October 2009
The River Crosses Rivers
various playwrights and directors        (NFT co-production)

October 2009
Safe at Third (or Josh Gibson Don’t Bunt) written and directed by Fred Newman

November 2009
Neshama Carlebach in Concert

December 2009
The Work/Play
conceived and directed by Dan Friedman        (Youth production)

January 2010
The Task by Heiner Müller, music and lyrics by Fred Newman, directed by Gabrielle L. Kurlander, translated by Carl Weber

February 2010
Dr. May Edward Chinn by Laurence Holder, directed by Imani  (co-production with NBTC)

March 2010
The Grapes of Wrath
adapted by Frank Galati, based on the novel by John Steinbeck, directed by Rob McIntosh  (Youth co-production w/ City Lights Youth Theatre)

March 2010
Let Freedom Ring
written and directed by Ted Lange  (NFT play reading)

May 2010
Dark Meat on a Funny Mind
by Wesley Brown  (NFT play reading)

May 2010
Che by Mario Fratti, directed by Madelyn Chapman

Risky Revolutionary by Fred Newman, directed by David Nackman

June 2010
Children of Killers by Katori Hall  (Youth workshop & conversaton w/ Katori Hall and Anthony Banks of National Theatre UK)

June 2010
Great Black Plays & Playwrights
various playwrights and directors        (NFT co-production)

July 2010
Macbeth
directed by Craig Pattison  (Youth production)

August 2010
Mario Fratti-Fred Newman Political Play Reading Series, various playwrights and directors

August 2010
Musical Improv Comedy at Castillo (A work in progress), directed by David Nackman

November 2010
Playing with Heiner Müller presented texts by Heiner Müller, with songs by Fred Newman, directed by Gabrielle L. Kurlander, choreography by Lonné Moretton

January 2011
Mr. Hirsch Died Yesterday by Fred Newman, directed by Woodie King, Jr.

February 2011
Shirley Chisholm: Catalyst for Change
, by Ajene Washington, directed by Imani        (NBTC co-production)

March 2011
Young Playwrights from Castillo (Part One)
written by Youth Onstage! graduates, directed by Youth Onstage! faculty  (Youth production)

March 2011
The Past is the Past
by Richard Wesley, and 5 Mojo Secrets by Kathleen McGhee-Anderson    (Roscoe Orman play readings)

April 2011
The Proverbial Loons! in Musical Improv Comedy at Castillo directed by David Nackman

April 2011
License to Dream book and lyrics by Fred Newman, music by David Truskinoff, directed by David Nackman, choreography by Javier Dzul

June 2011
Young Playwrights from Castillo (Part Two)
, written by Youth Onstage! graduates, directed by Youth Onstage! faculty  (Youth production)

August 2011
Mario Fratti-Fred Newman Political Play Reading Series, various playwrights and directors

October 2011
The Learning Play of Rabbi Levi-Yitzhok, Son of Sara, of Berditchev
by Dan Friedman, directed by Moshe Yassur

October 2011
The Proverbial Loons! in Musical Improv Comedy at Castillo directed by David Nackman

October 2011
Puberty Rites
by Elaine Jackson, directed by A. Dean Irby        (NFT co-production)

January 2012
Performing Fred Newman: A Tribute Marathon of Plays, various readings and directors

February 2012
Zora Neale Hurston
by Lawrence Holder, directed by Wynn Handman        (NBTC co-production)

February 2012
Sally and Tom (The American Way) book and lyrics by Fred Newman, music by Annie Roboff, directed by Gabrielle L. Kurlander

March 2012
Court-Martial at Fort Devens
by Jeffrey Sweet, directed by Mary Beth Easley        (NFT co-production)

April 2012
Julius Caesar
by William Shakespeare, directed by Craig Pattison        (Youth production)

May 2012
The Proverbial Loons! in Musical Improv Comedy at Castillo directed by David Nackman

August 2012
Mario Fratti-Fred Newman Political Play Reading Series, various playwrights and directors

September 2012
Children of Killers by Katori Hall, directed by Emily Mendelsohn

September 2012
The Proverbial Loons! in Musical Improv Comedy at Castillo directed by David Nackman

October 2012
Sowa’s Red Gravy
by Diane Richards, directed by Woodie King, Jr.        (NFT co-production)

February 2013
Dr. Du Bois and Miss Ovington
by Clare Coss, directed by Gabrielle L. Kurlander        (NBTC co-production)

March 2013
Demonstration 2013 by Dan Friedman, directed by David Nackman

April 2013
Plenty of Time
by John Shévin Foster, directed by Jackie Alexander        (NFT co-production)

April 2013
Carmen’s Place (A Fantasy) book and lyrics by Fred Newman, music by Fred Newman and Annie Roboff, directed by Gabrielle L. Kurlander, with excerpts from Carmen, music by Georges Bizet, words by H. Meilhac and L. Halevy

April 2013
The Proverbial Loons! in Musical Improv Comedy at Castillo directed by David Nackman

June 2013
Performing Fred Newman: A Tribute Marathon of Plays, various readings and directors

August 2013
Hip-Hop Explosion Workshop featuring the text of Explosion of a Memory/Description of a Picture by Heiner Müller, directed by Madelyn Chapman and Antoine “RL” Joyce

September 2013
Mario Fratti-Fred Newman Political Play Reading Series, various playwrights and directors

September 2013
Waiting for Godot
(performed in Yiddish) by Samuel Beckett, directed by Moshe Yassur, translated by Shane Baker  (New Yiddish Rep co-production)

September 2013
The Proverbial Loons! in Musical Improv Comedy at Castillo
directed by David Nackman

October 2013
Stealin’ Home (A Baseball Fantasy) by Fred Newman, directed by Charles Weldon

October 2013
In the Wine Time
by Ed Bullins, directed by Mansoor Najee-ullah        (NFT co-production)

January 2014
Dr. Du Bois and Miss Ovington
by Clare Coss, directed by Gabrielle L. Kurlander        (NFT co-production)

March 2014
Performing Fred Newman: A Tribute Marathon of Plays, various readings and directors

April 2014
The Fabulous Miss Marie
by Ed Bullins, directed by Woodie King, Jr.        (NFT co-production)

May 2014
The Donut Play (A Love Story in 24 Conversations) by Dan Friedman, directed by David Shmidt Chapman

August 2014
Performances from Our Youth
, scene readings from various political plays, various directors        (Youth production)

October 2014
Accept “Except” LGBT NY
by Karimah, directed by George Faison        (NFT co-production)

November 2014
Still on the Corner book and lyrics by Fred Newman, music by Annie Roboff, directed by David Nackman

January 2015 (and first Saturdays throughout the year)
The Proverbial Loons! in Musical Improv Comedy at Castillo directed by David Nackman

February 2015
Dutchman
by Amiri Baraka, directed by Woodie King, Jr.        (NFT co-production)

February 2015
Sizwe Bansi Is Dead by Athol Fugard, directed by Marlon Campbell  (Caribbean American Repertory Theatre
co-production)

March 2015
Mississippi Goddamn by Jonathan Norton, directed by Imani  (Artistic Director play reading series)

April 2015
Emmett, Down in My Heart by Clare Coss, directed by Erica Gould

April 2015
Through Others an exhibition of paintings by Irley Leal

May 2015
Let Our River Pass a workshop and performance by members of the Rios de Encontro project of the Transformance Institute in Cabelo Seco, Brazil  (Youth production)

May 2015
Most Dangerous Man in America (W.E.B. DuBois)
by Amiri Baraka, directed by Woodie King, Jr.        (NFT co-production)

June 2015
Welcome Home Sonny T. written and directed by William Electric Black  (Artistic Director play reading series)

June 2015
Performing Fred Newman: A Tribute Marathon of Plays, various readings and directors

July 2015
Youth Onstage! Performs
, scene readings from various plays, various directors        (Youth production)

August 2015
Mario Fratti-Fred Newman Political Play Reading Series, various playwrights and directors

August 2015
Praise Songs for Our Days and Nights complied by Dan Friedman, directed by Leigh Walter

September 2015
Antigone
re-created by Youth Onstage! alumni, based on the play by Sophocles, directed by Craig Pattison        (Youth production)

October 2015
Death of a Salesman
(performed in Yiddish) by Arthur Miller, directed by Moshe Yassur  (New Yiddish Rep co-production)

October 2015
In White America
by Martin Duberman, directed by Charles Maryan  (NFT co-production)