New York on film
These films chart our residency in New York. They were filmed by the Jerome L. Greene Performance Space for New York Public Radio.
Setting the Stage (7 minutes)
The cast and creatives from our New York residency talk about bringing a thrust stage auditorium from Stratford-upon-Avon to New York.
Collaborations (69 minutes)
How to transport an entire company and theatre across the Atlantic and what this partnership means for the City of New York and the Shakespeare theatrical canon.
Design (64 minutes)
Panelists discuss designing the Royal Shakespeare Theatre and how it led to the specially constructed Scarlet & Gray Stage at the Armory. They also explore design on a thrust stage and how it feels to play in a one-room space, shared with the audience.
Stand Up For Shakespeare (75 minutes)
A conversation about Shakespeare and education with Michael LoMonico, Michael Fentiman, David Rubin, Jacqui O'Hanlon, Russell Granet, Noelle Gentile and three of her students.
The Actors (83 minutes)
Forbes Masson, Katy Stephens, Jonjo O'Neill, Dyfan Dwyfor, and Ansu Kabiaand other members of the ensemble talk about working together for three years, their highs and lows, and their involvement in our New York repertory residency.