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!
Work with the TEAM! The TEAM is looking for college students or recent grads for Fall/Winter 2015 internships in our Brooklyn office.
As Scotland grapples with the question of nationhood, we’re heading back to Edinburgh to develop a new work with the National Theatre of Scotland.
Interested in learning more about the TEAM’s process, and how to build your own collaborative projects? Rachel will lead a 4-hour workshop next month for interested parties on Saturday, June 7th from noon to 4pm. Update: SOLD OUT!
Remember that time we spent 3+ years making a musical about American Capitalism? Filmmaker Paulette Douglas traveled from NY to Vegas to Europe and back with us, and the resulting documentary is finally making its NYC debut, Thursday, June 26 at 7:30pm at The Pershing Square Signature Center.
Each month (ish) for the next year, TEAM members are taking turns interviewing a fellow artist in the company. In this month’s post, Brian Hastert interviews Matty Hubbs on what it’s like sound designing for the TEAM, cooking, and working on new plays.
“I feel that I get to explore what it means to be a sound designer more in a TEAM room than I get to in any of the other rooms I’m in.”
Each month (ish) for the next year, TEAM members are taking turns interviewing a fellow artist in the company. In this month’s post, Kristen Sieh interviews Jill Frutkin about teaching, collaborating with theTEAM, and her music:
“I like a good story. I wanna cry, I wanna laugh. I wanna make people laugh and cry, and I want to help people to get lost in somebody else’s story.”
We’re adding a new member to the TEAM! Seeking a highly organized and self-motivated General Manager. Inquire within…
As we end the year (and celebrate our official NINTH anniversary!), we’re taking a moment to look back at a whirlwind year, and mark the achievements and adventures of 2013.
Each month (ish) for the next year, TEAM members are taking turns interviewing a fellow artist in the company. In our first post, Jess Almasy interviews Jake Margolin about joining the TEAM, meeting his husband, and making art about America:
“I remember at times thinking that we were really coming up with something new and really touching the pulse of something, and I remember at times feeling like we were just barely keeping our heads above water.”