We’re excited to announce our first foray into podcasting! Starting Friday morning (at 8:55am!), you can hear snippets of songs and stories recorded during our most recent workshop of Primer for a Failed Superpower as part of Mayfest Radio.
To celebrate a decade together, we’re throwing a party to top them all with a performance of scenes, songs, and highlights from our past ten years, featuring: Mandy Patinkin, Kathryn Grody, Taylor Mac, Cristin Milioti, Lucy Alibar, TR Knight, Cory Michael Smith, and a whole lot more…
We’re auditioning for the next developmental workshop of Primer For a Failed Superpower in April. Community-minded citizens ages 65+, apply within! We’re looking for a diverse group of collaborators who are interested in creatively expressing their opinions and experiences about America. Also, we want you to join our band…
Over the month of December, as the TEAM celebrates its 10 Year Anniversary, the company will share their favorite memories from the last 10 years.
“This little red headed Scottish kid comes up to me, plump, broguey, and total UK style Little Rascals”
After compiling, editing, and proofreading for nearly a year, we now have in our hot little hands an anthology of five of our plays, hot off the press from Oberon Books in London. And we’re throwing a party!
Over the month of December, as the TEAM celebrates its 10 Year Anniversary, the company will share their favorite memories from the last 10 years. Our first contribution comes from Jill who reminisces on Particularly in the Heartland and particularly on eggs…
Described as a “hunk-a-hunk-a burnin’ waste,” RoosevElvis makes an unexpected appearance as #26 on Senator Tom Coburn’s annual Wastebook.
Clearly, this means we’ve arrived.
They’re baaaaack! Officially announced in the New York Times today, RoosevElvis will return for 11 performances at the Vineyard Theatre as part of PS122’s 2015 COIL Festival, January 2-10, 2015. UPDATED: Tickets are on sale now!
UPDATED: We are proud and pleased to share that the TEAM is 1 of 12 recipients of the American Theatre Wing’s National Theatre Company Grant. We’re in tremendous company, with our friends at Ars Nova, Red Bull Theatre, and Keen Company in New York, and others from across the country. We’re thrilled and honored by the recognition of the American Theatre Wing, and grateful for their generous support.
Rachel and Matty are headed to Seattle in October for two weeks of final development on The Holler Sessions, Frank’s new one man love letter to jazz, premiering in January at On The Boards. We’ve launched an Indiegogo campaign to get them there, and we need your help!