We kicked off our 2013 integrated theatre in education session at Williamsburg Collegiate Charter School today. 90 sixth grade students joined us for a Q&A with our teaching artists and student ambassadors (current seventh grade students who participated in the program last year). Pictured below, a few shots of our team and this year’s students.Audience Engagement, Education, General, Photos | No Comments | Donate
We’re very pleased to introduce the wonderful Denise Lum as our very first General Manager.
As you can see, she’s bound to bring plenty of fierceness to the DTP family.
Adam and Mitch represented The Deconstructive Theatre Project at this year’s Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York’s Internship Fair. 2013 marked the company’s second year of participation in the fair and we enjoyed meeting all of the enthusiastic intern hopefuls!Category: General, Photos, Staff | No Comments | Donate
A sneak peek at the cover of The Orpheus Variations commemorative coffee table book – available at performances and online soon!Audience Engagement, Fundraising, Photos, Projects, The Orpheus Variations | No Comments | Donate
The Orpheus Variations documentary video footage is featured at Edge Arts in Lisbon, Portugal until February 13. Enjoy these photos from the opening of the installation!
We’re delighted to introduce Chapman Riedel as our new company Line Producer. Chapman will lead and coordinate the remounts and tours of our repertoire of work. Welcome to the DTP family, Chapman!
Chapman Riedel at 2012 dtpE # 3 – Sense Memory
Photo Credit: Mitch Dean
The official poster for Um, Nenhum e Cem Mil (One, None, and a Hundred Thousand) has been released!
Joana Ricou’s visual art exhibition on memory featuring guest documentary video footage of THE ORPHEUS VARIATIONS in performance opens at Edge Arts in Lisbon, Portugal on January 15 and runs until February 13, 2013.
Click the image of the poster below or visit www.edge-arts.org for more information on the installation.
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Click below to read the feature, entitled an experiment in [de]constructive interference.Audience Engagement, dtpE, Photos, Press, Projects, The Orpheus Variations, Video | No Comments | Donate