Through New Georges’ Supported Productions program, we delightedly provide mentorship, workspace, and an institutional platform to our affiliated artists who are producing their work independently. That’s 2 to 5 new productions a year, all around town! Scroll down to see what’s upcoming and what’s just past… visit again for more details.
by Jeesun Choi
directed by Keenan Tyler Oliphant
produced by Sami Pyne
Two strangers – perhaps a mother and daughter, best friends, or even rivals – encounter each other in an unexpected place. They talk. They argue. They confess. They blame. They question. They tackle, again and again, the stories from their lives. To the Ends of the Earth / 땅끝까지 is a bilingual play about the Korean diaspora and personhood as told by a constellation of women+ characters.
Jeesun Choi is a transnational Korean playwright, librettist, and physical theatre artist. Select plays: BUST, To the Ends of the Earth / 땅끝까지, Lost Coast, and The Seekers. Her work has been presented at Soho Rep, New York Theatre Workshop, Playwrights Realm, Bushwick Starr, American Opera Project, Prelude Festival, Nashville Rep, and more. She has been honored with the Jerome Hill Artist Fellowship, NYC Women’s Fund, MacDowell Fellowship. A member of DGA. MFA, Dell’Arte International. www.jeesunchoi.com
Premieres October 13 – October 28, 2023, at JACK! Tickets on sale!LEARN MORE + GET TIX
by Raquel Almazán
directed by Estefanía Fadul
Produced by The La Paloma Prisoner Project in association with La Lucha Arts
A multi-disciplinary play about the reclamation of identity by women in the Colombian prison system. Based on the true story of a group of incarcerated women selected as beauty queen contestants at the Buen Pastor prison in Bogotá, this new play interweaves the ritualistic journey of a “parade of prisoners” within Colombia’s social, political, and spiritual history. The play centers on an infamous woman nicknamed “La Paloma” who transcendentally soars beyond physical and societal barriers to avenge the raped women of Bogotá. Her actions revolutionize the women’s lives, Bogotá’s prison society, and the world beyond its walls.LEARN MORE
by Catherine Filloux
directed by Elena Araoz
featuring Florencia Lozano
A new play about the visual artist and activist Claudia Bernardi, her childhood in Argentina under the military junta, and her subsequent work digging up the past. Histories are woven together in a kaleidoscopic play that depicts how both families and justice may be reconfigured. Catherine Filloux is a French/Algerian/American award-winning playwright, librettist, and activist.
May 30 to June 16 2024
by Genevieve Simon
directed by Katherine Wilkinson
co-produced by Brittany Proia and Al Parker
Mag feels stuck in their small hometown, juggling an underwhelming queer scene and and overwhelming mother. Overworked museum employees try to find their joy in the face of late-stage capitalism. A dead horse won’t shut up about being dumped in the East River. And from the depths, an ancient (and cute! and terrifying!) being rises to take its rightful place.
Inspired by the Creature from the Black Lagoon, toxic algal blooms in the Great Lakes, and phone calls with your mom, this highly theatrical play de-centers humans, elevates microorganisms, and celebrates joy in the face of climate devastation.
BLOOM BLOOM POW was recently named a Finalist for the 2022 EMOS Ecodrama Playwrights Festival!
Premieres September 17 to October 2 2022 in the Gural Theatre at The ART/New York Theatres. Tickets now on sale!LEARN MORE + GET TIX
by MJ Kaufman
directed by Sarah Cameron Hughes
a site-specific production!
A trans love story set against the backdrop of a climate crisis. Loosely based on John Lyly’s 1585 play, Galatea tells the story of two young women from a village threatened with flooding who escape to the nearby woods disguised as boys and fall in love.
GALATEA will have its world premiere production August 25th-28th 2022 in Brooklyn Bridge Park on the Ferry Lawn of Pier 6. Showtimes will be announced shortly. Tickets are free and will be available to reserve through a link on this site a few weeks before the show. You can now purchase premium seats through our crowdfunding campaign at indiegogo.
GALATEA will be a low-waste production using sustainable energy sources with design by Alejandro Fajardo and Willa Piro.
We will be performing on the Ferry Lawn of Brooklyn Bridge Park at Pier 6, right across from where the Ferry comes in.
GALATEA was developed by Lark Play Development Center, Oregon Shakespeare Festival and WP Theater. Galatea received a workshop production as part of WP Theater’s 2018 Pipeline Festival. This production was made possible through generous support from The NYC Women’s Fund for Media, Music and Theatre by the City of New York Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment in association with The New York Foundation for the Arts and sponsorship from the Flea Theater.LEARN MORE