Filed under: Updates

December 30, 2009

Slipping was named one of the top ten plays of 2009 by The Advocate.

December 27, 2009

Artistic Director Daniel Tabott has been named a Judy Award winner for his work playing Master Ford at the Shakespeare Festival St. Louis.

October 27, 2009

Keith Reddin and Meg Gibson’s Too Much Memory and Daniel Talbott’s Slipping are both available for purchase in manuscript form from Dramatists Play Service on their website. Acting editions of each play will be published soon.

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Too Much Memory


September 17, 2009

Company member David Adjmi has been named one of the first three recipients of the Steinberg Playwright Awards and will be honored in a ceremony at Lincoln Center on October 26th. Read the article here.

September 5, 2009

Adam Szymkowicz has interviewed company members David Adjmi, Brooke Berman, Jessica Dickey, Mark Schultz, Crystal Skillman, Lucy Thurber, and artistic director Daniel Talbott on his blog as part of his “I Interview Playwrights” series.

May 12, 2009

Smith & Kraus recently published The Train Ride by Daniel Talbott in their anthology 2008: The Best Ten Minute Plays for Two Actors along with many other plays by wonderful playwrights such as Francine Volpe, Neena Beber, Julian Sheppard, Wendy MacLeod, and Ron Fitzgerald. Daniel is also featured in Dylan Levers’s new blog Questions for Artistic Directors.

April 20, 2009

Artistic director Daniel Talbott was interviewed by James Comtois for the New York Innovative Theatre Awards in an article called “Theater Artists as Theatergoers.”

January 29, 2009

Artistic associate Samantha Soule and artistic director Daniel Talbott are both featured in an article by Jean Schiffman in Backstage called “Anger Management.”

January 16, 2009

Company member David Adjmi was recently awarded the 2009 Kesselring Fellowship for playwriting by The National Arts Club and The Exchange/Orchard Project.

August 24, 2008

The Umbrella Plays by Stephanie Janssen, directed by Artistic Director Daniel Talbott in FringeNYC, won the Fringe’s Overall Excellence Award for Outstanding Play along with TOO MUCH MEMORY.  Read the related article on