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Theatre for a New Audience, Jeffrey Horowitz, Artistic Director Scott Morfee, Jean Doumanian, Tom Wirtshafter
Somerled Charitable Trust, Christian Chadd Taylor, Burnt Umber Productions, Marc & Lisa Biales/Ted Snowdon

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Fiasco Theater’s

CYMBELINE

By William Shakespeare

Cymbeline

Performance Schedule

NOW EXTENDED! MUST CLOSE JAN. 15TH!

Tuesday – Friday @ 7:30PM
Saturday & Sunday @ 2:30PM & 7:30PM

 

Tickets

Ticket Prices

Orchestra & Mezzanine: $75
Premium: $95

Student Rush: Student rush tickets, if available, are $20 (cash only) on the day of the performance, at the box office beginning at 1pm. Two tickets per VALID student ID.

General Rush: Half off ($37.50) tickets are available for the 7:30PM performance each Sunday. Ticket can only be purchase in person at the box office, limit four tickets per order. General rush tickets are based on availability. Some blackout dates may apply.

For Group Sales to CYMBELINE e-mail boxoffice@barrowstreettheatre.com

Click here to buy tickets to Our Town via smarttix.com or call (212) 868-4444, or visit the Barrow Street Theatre Box Office,open at 1PM daily

 

 

About the Show

Directed by Noah Brody and Ben Steinfeld

Featuring: Jessie Austrian, Noah Brody, Paul L. Coffey, Andy Grotelueschen, Ben Steinfeld, Emily Young

Set Design: Jean-Guy Lecat
Costume Design: Whitney Locher
Light Design: Tim Cryan
Fabulous Trunk: Jacques Roy
Prop Design: Caite Hevner
Fight Director: Noah Brody
Music Director: Ben Steinfeld
Vocal Coach: Cicely Berry
Fight Consultant: J. Allen Suddeth
Casting Director: Deborah Brown Casting
Production Stage Manager: Christina Lowe
Assistant Stage Manager: Miriam Hyfler
Understudies: Ellen Adair & Patrick Mulryan
Production Supervisor: Production Core
Production Manager: Joshua Scherr
Assistant Set Designer: Pierre LeBon
Assistant Light Designer: Lucrecia Briceno
Technical Director: Kurtis Rivers
Master Electrician: John Anselmo
Assistant Director: Michael Perlman
Press Representative: The Bruce Cohen Group, LTD.
General Management: Michael Page & Amy Dalba
General Manager, Theatre for a New Audience: Theresa Von Klug
Artwork: Frank “Fraver” Verlizzo
Graphic Design: Patrick Flood
Advertising: Ann Murphy
Marketing: Hudson Media Services, LLC
Marketing Intern: Danya Taymor

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Press & Reviews

New York Times feature on Fiasco Theater: “Six Actors No Longer In Search of a Play” by Alexis Soloski (08/31/2011)
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Wall Street Journal feature on Cicely Berry: “A Matter of Voice” by Joanne Kaufman (08/31/2011)
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NY1 On Stage Review by Time Out New York’s David Cote
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CRITIC’S PICK! “THE MOST TRULY ENCHANTING CYMBELINE I’VE SEEN. EXQUISITE.”
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-Ben Brantley, New York Times

“The Fiasco Company brings joyful music, playful inventiveness and just an air-kiss of irony to Shakespeare’s mock-epic. The remind us what theater, at its simplest and most powerful, is really for: the alchemical thrill of watching an entire work conjured into being out of sheer wit and will. A small masterpiece.”

— Scott Brown, New York Magazine

“A playful and inspired work of art.”

— The New Yorker

“Fiasco’s rollicking trunk show is full of life and movement and humor and bluegrass."

— Entertainment Weekly

CRITIC’S PICK! “Hilarious!”

— Time Out New York

“Fresh, frisky, jammed with playful theatricality and music to match. Besides being talented actors, they’re terrific musicians!”

— NY Daily News

“Fiasco Theater’s charming production makes crystal-clear the endlessly convoluted plot developments of the Bard’s late-period romance. They youthful performers have a winning playfulness.”

— Frank Scheck, New York Post

“Sincere with the dialogue and merry of heart, a young ensemble of actors adeptly and joyously handles acting, playing musical instruments and singing harmoniously. A genuinely lighthearted, playful production.”

— Associated Press

“A marvelously acted, highly imaginative triumph – one of the three best Shakespeare’s that I’ve seen in decades in New York.”

— National Review

“A frolicsome form of poor theater on an bare stage, Fiasco Theater gleefully undertake poisoning, beheading, cross-dressing and betrayal. The excitement is infectious!”

— Alexis Soloski, The Village Voice

Cymbeline in Song from Soundcheck on WNYC

 

Please visit the website for Theatre for a New Audience tfana.org

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