This spring, the TEAM will be leading three of our devising and self-producing workshops! Click here for more information! Devising Within a Democracy In June, the TEAM will be bringing our Devising Within a Democracy workshop back to NYC! Modeled on the TEAM’s own unique creative process, this 4-hour workshop gives participants insight into a mini devising process, […]
Hello everyone! I’m Alexandra Lalonde and I’m thrilled to have recently joined the TEAM as the new Producing Director. In my first weeks with the TEAM, this company has returned home from a residency at the UK’s National Theatre Studio, we’ve planned a fundraising benefit, we’ve started development on a giant project called Reconstruction (Still Working but […]
Earlier this month, The TEAM convened for a week of development on our newest project, currently titled Reconstruction (Still Working but the Devil Might Be Inside). It was a truly amazing week, with a roomful of insanely amazing artists and collaborators. The whole group included Brenda Abbandondolo, NJ Agwuna, Jessica Almasy, Denée Benton, Maddy Foster Bersin, Jhanaë […]
“…the conviction in the voices could not have been louder or clearer.” New York Times “Behind the Scenes of Primer for a Failed Superpower” The Interval “For Teen Activists, What Good Is a Protest Song?” New Yorker Radio Hour “Protest Songs Take Center Stage In Primer” The Leonard Lopate Show Want to learn more about Primer for […]
Rehearsals for Primer begin in a month! We have a little more fundraising left to do and we need your help.
Featuring new arrangements of iconic protest songs by Heather Christian, Justin Ellington, Stephanie Ryan Johnstone, Martha Redbone and Aaron Whitby, Stew and Heidi Rodewald, and Yva Las Vegass, PRIMER is an all-ages community concert performed by teens, the TEAM, and Baby Boomers.
Back by popular demand, The TEAM’s Rachel Chavkin will lead a director-focused workshop on Sunday, April 9. And our self-producing series, led by the TEAM’s Producing Director Manda Martin and industry guests, continues this spring with two more workshops in April and May about the business side of making and sustaining your work.
Last night during the curtain speech for RoosevElvis (Re-MX’D) at New York Live Arts, we shared what our $10,000 grant from the NEA has translated to in box office income, compensation to artists, and audience numbers–and we’re inviting our colleagues to do the same.
After sold-out performances in London, Boston, Minneapolis, and Michigan, we are thrilled to be bringing RoosevElvis back to New York for a one-night-only performance on March 16, specially re-imagined for New York Live Arts’ Live Ideas festival.
Our friends at the New Ohio are launching a new film festival for indie theatre artists branching out into film, and we’re delighted that The TEAM Makes A Play, Paulette Douglas’ documentary about the making of Mission Drift will be screened on Wednesday, January 18 at 9pm as part of the inaugual lineup.