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IMG: Tempest Redux

February 20-April 10


an Odyssey Theatre and New American Theatre co-production

By pushing boundaries between theatre and dance this electrifying
reconstruction of Shakespeare’s THE TEMPEST is an athletic feat of daring.



February 20 - April 10

Odyssey Theatre Ensemble and The New American Theatre celebrate El Niño with a perfect storm of comedy, romance, mystery and magic.

Adapted, directed and choreographed by
John Farmanesh-Bocca

Starring New American Theatre artistic director Jack Stehlin, with Mimi Davila, Hunter C. Paul, Willem Long, Dash Pepin,Dennis Gersten, Gildart Jackson,Emily Yetter, Shea Donovan, Briana Price

Click Here for our "just closed" productions of :

63 Trillion
Boys' Life
Best of the One Acts

Brendan Brandt
on The New American Studio Ensemble:

The New American Studio Ensemble is our core group of working actors who participate in weekly studios in addition to being members of our company.

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The focus of the Studio is on scenes and monologues from modern and neo-classic plays, as well as Shakespeare and other classics. Click here for more information.

Watch the trailer of Without A Net by filmmaker Kent George, which highlights The New American Theatre and our company of actors and supporters including Alfred Molina, Jack Stehlin and many others you'd recognize from Stage and Screen.

WITHOUT A NET from New American Theatre on Vimeo.

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