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The Scarlet and Gray Auditorium

The Scarlet and Gray Auditorium

End of the RSC's 2011 New York Season

Our residency at Park Avenue Armory reached its conclusion on Sunday 14 August with all five productions playing their last ever performances in repertoire over the weekend.

We continued to play to full houses and standing ovations, and now the lights have gone down on As You Like It the mammoth task begins of dismantling everything and putting it all back into the 47 containers.

The Royal Shakespeare Company presented by Lincoln Center Festival and Park Avenue Armory, in association with The Ohio State University.

The company outside the Scarlet and Gray Auditorium

On the street in New York

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Brian Doherty in The Winter's Tale. Photo by Alessandro Evangelista.

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Shakespeares in a Suitcase

Shakespeare in a Suitcase July 2011

To support our season, we presented our series of pieces entitled Shakespeare in a Suitcase; a twenty-minute version of Shakespeare's The Tempest, performed by seven members of the RSC Ensemble in New York.

We held four performances across the state at the Her Majesty's Consul-General, a supporter's home in Southampton, a city apartment and The Bridge golf club in Bridgehampton.

Thank you to all of those who made this possible and joined us for the performances.

Michael Boyd and Peter Hall in conversation

Peter Hall and Michael Boyd in conversation

On Monday 8 August, we celebrated our 50th Birthday with founder Sir Peter Hall and RSC Artistic Director Michael Boyd reflecting on the last 50 years.

Ensemble member Noma Dumezweni led the discussion which was watched by an invited audience. You can listen to that conversation here.

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