On November 18, The Acting Company took home the 2019 Audelco Award for Best Play for its acclaimed New York premiere of Native Son, Nambi E. Kelley's adaptation of the novel by Richard Wright. The production was also reconized with nominations for Best Playwright, Director (Seret Scott), Lead Actor (Galen Ryan Kane and Jason Bowen), Featured Actress (Rosalyn Coleman), and Lighting (Alan C. Edwards). Read Amsterdam News' coverage>>
BY OLIVIA CLEMENT SEP 03, 2019 The Tony nominee will star as Emily Dickinson's posthumous editor, Mabel Loomis Todd, in Rebecca Gilman's A Woman of the World.
59E59 Theaters has unveiled its 2019 fall and winter lineup, a slate that will kick off in October with the world premiere of A Woman of the World, the story of Emily Dickinson's posthumous editor, Mabel Loomis Todd. [In this production from The Acting Company and Miranda Theatre Company,] Kathleen Chalfant will star as Mabel in the new play by... read more
This Acting Company season features our 47th company of young actors recently graduated from the country's top training programs. Meet them starting July 14 as they perform a rotating repertory of Shakespeare's Measure for Measure and Nambi E. Kelley's Native Son, based on the novel by Richard Wright.
Andy Grotelueschen (Henry V, The Spy) received his first Tony nomination for Best Supporting Actor in a musical for Tootsie. Past collaborator Michael McElroy will receive a special Tony Honor. Numerous other members of the TAC family are also Tony-nominated, including directors Bartlett Sher and Jack O'Brien, composer Adam Guettel, and designers Fitz Patton, Howell Binkley, Jennifer Tipton, Paul Tazewell, William Ivey Long, and Clint Ramos.
Alum Patti LuPone has been honored with an Olivier Award for her performance in Company on the West End.
BY OLIVIA CLEMENT FEB 20, 2019 The play will be the first reading in the 23rd John McDonald Salon Reading Series from The Acting Company.
Five-time Tony nominee Dana Ivey and Tony nominee Michael Hayden will be part of The Acting Company's upcoming reading of Lillian Hellman's 1941 drama Watch on the Rhine, the first reading in the 23rd John McDonald Salon Reading Series. The staging, directed by Kimberly Senior (Disgraced), will take place March 18 at the Mainstage Theater at Playwrights Horizons.
The company will also... read more