New York Theatre Workshop in Residence at Dartmouth

During its 26th summer residency at Dartmouth,  New York Theatre Workshop will again bring professional theater artists to campus to work on six new works-in-progress.  These new works are presented at 4 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Saturdays, August 5, 12 and 19.  Tickets and additional information can be found HERE.


The New York Theatre Workshop (NYTW), founded in 1979, produces challenging and unpredictable new theater, and fosters the creative work of artists with whom we share a vision.  With a community of artists (the Usual Suspects) and audience members, we explore perspectives on our collective history and responses to the events and institutions that shape our lives.
NYTW consistently creates opportunities for talented theater artists to thrive and works to build long-term relationships with these artists.  NYTW offers long-term support to playwrights and directors, creating an environment that is conducive to the growth of their ideas, projects, careers and visions of themselves as artists.
NYTW’s Workshop has been created with and for established and emerging artists.  The multi-faceted Workshop includes - but is not limited to - the Mondays-at-3 reading series of new plays; the Summer Residency Program at Dartmouth College and Adelphi University, 2050 Fellowship program for talented emerging artists; and our annual season of new works.
Signature work developed or produced by New York Theatre Workshop includes: Claudia Shear’s Blown Sideways Through Life and Dirty Blonde; Rent by Jonathan Larson; Quills by Doug Wright; Slavs!, and Homebody/Kabul by Tony Kushner; eight productions by internationally renowned director Ivo van Hove including Hedda Gabler, Scenes from a Marriage, and Lazarus by David Bowie & Enda Walsh; seven collaborations with Caryl Churchill including Far Away, A Number, and Love & Information; Peter and the Starcatcher by Rick Elice; John Tiffany’s production of Once by Enda Walsh, Glenn Hansard & Markéta Irglová; three productions by Dael Orlandersmith; three collaborations with Elevator Repair Service; Anaïs Mitchell’s Hadestown developed and directed by Rachel Chavkin; and Sam Gold’s production of Othello. Companies in residence, among others, have included SITI Company, Five Lesbian Brothers, Universes, Elevator Repair Service, Theater Mitu, and Noor Theater Company.