The first Emruz Festival aims to illuminate the daring works of emerging international Iranian Artists.
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Hourigan (’17) will direct the groundbreaking limited-run production of A Streetcar Named Desire May 7 – 25 at MISTER ROGERS in Brooklyn.
Adrales is this year’s recipient of the Josephine Abady Award, which recognizes a theatre artist who has created work of cultural diversity.
The Tony Award-winner will direct the upcoming musical with music by Sir Elton John, lyrics by Shaina Taub, and book by Paul Rudnick.
The fellowship program assists in the transition from the classroom to a lifelong career in the arts.
Yuri Kordonsky (Directing faculty) will direct Marius von Mayenburg’s The Dog, The Night, and The Knife at the Irondale Theater in Fort Greene, Brooklyn.
Admissions, playing at Studio Theatre in Washingon, D.C., offers a no-holds-barred look at privilege, power, and the perils of whiteness.
Directed by Leah C. Gardiner (’96), the 2017 Carlotta Festival-developed play features a wealth of YSD talent.
Maestro brings to life the story of conductor Arturo Toscanini, who bravely opposed Fascism in Italy and America.
The Academy combines rigorous training and ensemble collaboration to perform two Shakespeare plays at the American Festival Shakespeare Theater.