October 28th, 2014
Previews are underway for this tender and darkly comic new work by P73 Playwriting Fellow Clare Barron, directed by Obie Award winner Anne Kauffman and featuring Brooke Bloom (Somewhere Fun, “Alpha House”) and Tony Award nominee Reed Birney (Casa Valentina, “House of Cards”).
And we can’t wait to share it with you!
Limited $15 and $20 tickets are left – buy today!
October 14th, 2014
YGO rehearsals begin! $15-$20 tix going fast!
The first read-through is done, rehearsals are underway in DUMBO, and the $15-$20 tickets for the first two weeks of You Got Older are going fast — grab yours before they disappear!
Meet the Cast
Clare Barron and Anne Kauffman, left with our Executive Director Liz Jones, are working with an incredible group of actors – check them out above with Page 73’s staff!
Read more about the creative team here!
* Reed Birney (Casa Valentina - Tony Award nominee, “House of Cards”)
* Brooke Bloom (“Louie”,Somewhere Fun)
* William Jackson Harper (All the Way,Ruined)
* Keilly McQuail (Strictly Dishonorable)
* Michael Schantz(Beyond Therapy, A Few Good Men)
* Ted Schneider (Three Sisters, Ghosts)
* Miriam Silverman(Finks – Drama Desk Award nominee)
September 17th, 2014
Sam Hunter at Page 73 from PAGE 73 on Vimeo.
2009: Sam joins the 2009-2010 Interstate 73 writers group.
2010: Page 73 produces Sam’s first professional NYC premiere, Jack’s Precious Moment.
Sept. 2014: Sam is named a MacArthur Fellow, joining the prestigious ranks of “Genius Grant” recipients.
Click here to read the New York Times article on the MacArthur Award fellows.
September 17th, 2014
by P73 Playwriting Fellow Clare Barron
directed by Anne Kauffman
with Tony Award nominee Reed Birney (Casa Valentina, “House of Cards”) and Brooke Bloom (Somewhere Fun, “Alpha House”)
Full cast to be announced soon!
October 29 – November 22, 2014
at HERE Mainstage
Mae returns home to take care of Dad and — maybe (a little) — herself. Written by 2014 P73 Playwriting Fellow Clare Barron and directed by Obie Award winner Anne Kauffman, You Got Older is a tender and darkly comic new play about family, illness, and cowboys — and how to remain standing when everything you know comes crashing down around you.
August 14th, 2014
We’re delighted to announce that Alexander Borinksy, David Jenkins, and Gabrielle Reisman will join 2014 P73 Playwriting Fellow Clare Barron at our 2014 Summer Residency from August 18-23. Each of these writers was a finalist for the 2014 P73 Playwriting Fellowship, and we’re delighted to have them join us for one of our favorite weeks of the year up on the beautiful Yale University campus!
- David Jenkins and director Stephen Brackett will be working with actors Dashiell Eaves, Frank Deal, Lee Roy Rogers, and Yale School of Drama student Maura Hooper on David’s play Pinewood (which you may remember from our fall 2013 Interstate 73 reading), a strange comedy about the ghost that remains as a family ages and irrevocably drifts apart;
- Gabrielle Reisman will develop Storm, Still, a riff on the story of Lear told from the perspective of his three daughters, with director Portia Krieger and actors Celeste Arias, Sarah Nina Hayon, and Kate Benson;
- Clare Barron will be working on her play You Got Older, which follows a woman as she returns home to help care for her father;
- Alex Borinsky, will develop his solo play, Baltimore, about his hometown.
Check out TDF’s new video documentary on Page 73!
Featuring Clare Barron, Cori Thomas, Max Posner and Michael Mitnick, plus Executive Directors Liz Jones and Asher Richelli, TDF’s profile explores how Page 73 lays the groundwork for playwrights of the future.
June 23rd, 2014
Help us close out our 16th and biggest year!
A donation today to Page 73 will help us create even more opportunities for playwrights next season.
Consider a gift in honor of our remarkable season:
$2 to celebrate 2 hit premieres, Grounded andWhen January Feels Like Summer, by playwrights making their NYC debut!
$16 in honor of Page 73’s 16th year!
$90 to celebrate a 9-performance Grounded remount at Cleveland Play House!
$130 to cheer for 13 playwrights in our 2013 and 2014 Interstate 73 writers groups for bimonthly sessions and public readings of their work!
$460 to commend the 460 early-career playwrights who applied for our 2015 development programs!
$2000 to celebrate 2 P73 Playwriting Fellows, Caroline V. McGraw (2013) and Clare Barron (2014), for a year of creating new work!
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June 11th, 2014
Two weeks left to catch Cori Thomas’s “engaging,” “poignant” New York premiere!
The New York Times‘s Charles Isherwood raves:
“engaging, buoyantly acted romantic comedy”
“superbly judged direction”
“crackling, funny dialogue”
And he’s not alone!
“Daniella Topol’s production…has a cast that makes the dialogue sing.”
– New York Post
“In Cori Thomas’s insightful and poignant new play… Debargo Sanyal deliver[s] a heartbreaking performance,” and lends “perfectly timed offhand humor.” – Theatermania
May 12th, 2014
We are thrilled for our next Interstate 73 reading of the year on May 15: Becca Schlossberg’s All We Are, directed by Moritz von Stuelpnagel. We can’t wait to introduce you to this talented playwright!
RESERVE YOUR FREE SEAT!
|PAGE 73 PRESENTS
AN INTERSTATE 73 READING OF
ALL WE ARE
by Becca Schlossberg
directed by Moritz von Stuelpnagel
with Dashiell Eaves, Carmen Zilles,
and Frankie Alvarez
Thursday, May 15 at 7PM
ART/NY Spaces @ 520
520 8th Ave, 3rd Floor
Bruce Mitchell Room
Tate may only be 24, but she’s already spent years working as one of Manhattan’s best drug dealers, thanks to her charming older mentor Jackson. When her boyfriend proposes, Tate’s desire for a new life forces her to pull away from the only career and father figure she has ever known. Among painful revelations and betrayals, Tate learns the price of breaking free and the cost of survival. All We Are looks at a generation trying to rise to the height of their ambitions, and the perpetual uncertainty of the climb.
|Becca Schlossberg’s plays have been performed throughout the U.S. and abroad: Guidance, Cal & Grey, All We Are, Hands, Punches, 3boys, Just Like I Wanted, The Secrets of Aiden Brooks, Merrily³, The Marvels and Wonders of 1001 Nights, and Where Did the Bees Go. She is a three time recipient of the Robert Fischer Oxnam Award in Playwriting in conjunction with Ensemble Studio Theatre. She is also the co-founder and associate artistic director of Sunglasses After Dark Productions. She happily resides in Brooklyn, NY. BA: Drew University; MFA: The New School for Drama.