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May

Thursday

May 20

A.R.T. Passport

8PM ET

Thursday

May 20

Actor Talkback

8PM ET

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Wednesday

May 26

Tango Workshop

4PM ET

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June

Tuesday

June 1

Waitress Creatives Roundtable

7:30PM ET

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Wednesday

June 2

Acting with Text: Taking a Classical Approach

4PM ET

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Thursday

June 10

Director Talkback

12PM ET

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Thursday

June 17

Explore Chekhov’s Three Sisters

12PM ET

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Monday

June 21

Interactive Theater Building Tours

12PM ET

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A.R.T. fans have seen firsthand the theater’s boundary-breaking reach across the globe through the A.R.T. Travels program. From New York to London and Edinburgh to Tokyo, trip attendees have formed lasting relationships with theater enthusiasts as they enjoy one-of-a-kind experiences that only A.R.T. can provide.

Until we are able to travel together again, you and your household can access A.R.T. Travels right from the comfort of your own home when you purchase an A.R.T. Passport or build your own itinerary!

  • A.R.T. Passport ($250): Total access to all event offerings through June 2021, which include those announced and not yet announced. A.R.T. Passport holders will also be invited to all pre- and/or post-program experiences with staff and artists.
  • Build You Own Itinerary (from $15): Not ready to commit to a full trip? No worries! By building your own bespoke itinerary, you can choose which events you want to join based on your schedule and interests. Prices for each event vary.
  • A.R.T. Student Passports: Total access to all event offerings through June 2021, free to all high school and college students. To reserve a Student Passport, please email TicketServices@amrep.org with the student’s name, email address, and a photo of their student ID. Teachers looking to reserve Student Passports for their class should email DonorEmails@amrep.org.
Student Passports are sponsored by The Jarrell Family.

May 2021

Laurel Harris

Musical Audition Workshop

New York City
May 14 at 4PM ET

Connect more deeply and personally with the lyrics of your musical audition material in this virtual masterclass with Laurel Harris (Jagged Little Pill, Wicked) in which she’ll coach participants on their 32 bars, offer tips on audition techniques, and answer questions. Observers will learn too, as everyone gains new insights into how to captivate an audience and sing with more emotional authenticity. Observer tickets on sale; wait list available for Participant tickets.

Connect more deeply and personally with the lyrics of your musical audition material in this virtual masterclass with Laurel Harris (Jagged Little Pill, Wicked) in which she’ll coach participants on their 32 bars, offer tips on audition techniques, and answer questions. Observers will learn too, as everyone gains new insights into how to captivate an audience and sing with more emotional authenticity. Observer tickets on sale; wait list available for Participant tickets.

Yu Shirota in Pippin

Actor Talkback

Tokyo
May 20 at 8PM ET

Join actor and singer Yu Shirota (Pippin, Tokyo 2019) and Terrie and Bradley Bloom Artistic Director Diane Paulus in a creative conversation about the process to bring the first Japanese-language production of A.R.T.’s Tony Award-winning hit production of Pippin to the Tokyu Theatre Orb.

Join actor and singer Yu Shirota (Pippin, Tokyo 2019) and Terrie and Bradley Bloom Artistic Director Diane Paulus in a creative conversation about the process to bring the first Japanese-language production of A.R.T.’s Tony Award-winning hit production of Pippin to the Tokyu Theatre Orb.

Gabriel Ponce, Analia Morales and the Arrabal band, Orquesta Bajofonderos, isn't relegated to an orchestra pit—they are part of the action onstage.

Tango Workshop

Buenos Aires
May 26 at 4PM ET

Learn to tango with Soledad Buss and Cesar Peral from A.R.T.’s hit production of Arrabal, the tango-infused dance-theater piece that stunned A.R.T. audiences four years ago, in this sixty-minute workshop that features an introduction from director and co-choreographer Sergio Trujillo.

Learn to tango with Soledad Buss and Cesar Peral from A.R.T.’s hit production of Arrabal, the tango-infused dance-theater piece that stunned A.R.T. audiences four years ago, in this sixty-minute workshop that features an introduction from director and co-choreographer Sergio Trujillo.

June 2021

LiLiCo, Mitsuki Takahata, and Emma Miyazawa in Waitress.

Waitress Creatives Roundtable

Tokyo
June 1 at 7:30PM ET

Join Terrie and Bradley Bloom Artistic Director Diane Paulus and members of the creative team who opened the Japanese-language version of Waitress, the first production of the A.R.T.-originated hit musical to reopen since the COVID-19 global shutdown. Hear stories from Abbey O’Brien (Associate Choreographer), Ryan Cantwell (Music Supervisor), Mahlon Kruse (Production Supervisor), and Paulus about working collaboratively across New York City, the UK, and Tokyo to bring Waitress to life in March 2021.

Join Terrie and Bradley Bloom Artistic Director Diane Paulus and members of the creative team who opened the Japanese-language version of Waitress, the first production of the A.R.T.-originated hit musical to reopen since the COVID-19 global shutdown. Hear stories from Abbey O’Brien (Associate Choreographer), Ryan Cantwell (Music Supervisor), Mahlon Kruse (Production Supervisor), and Paulus about working collaboratively across New York City, the UK, and Tokyo to bring Waitress to life in March 2021.

Sean Allan Krill

Acting with Text: Taking a Classical Approach

New York City
June 2 at 4PM ET

Bring more power to your classical performances with this virtual masterclass with Tony Award nominee Sean Allan Krill (Jagged Little Pill). Through observation, some one-on-one coaching of Shakespearean texts, and a Q&A, participants and observers will develop techniques to give more convincing and moving performances. Participants will be given a choice of scenes to work with in advance of the class. Observer tickets on sale; wait list available for Participant tickets.

Bring more power to your classical performances with this virtual masterclass with Tony Award nominee Sean Allan Krill (Jagged Little Pill). Through observation, some one-on-one coaching of Shakespearean texts, and a Q&A, participants and observers will develop techniques to give more convincing and moving performances. Participants will be given a choice of scenes to work with in advance of the class. Observer tickets on sale; wait list available for Participant tickets.

Ifeoma Fafunwa

Director Talkback

Lagos
June 10 at 12PM ET

Having partnered with the A.R.T to bring HEAR WORD! Naija Woman Talk True on a multi-stop international tour, writer-director-producer Ifeoma Fafunwa sits down with Executive Producer Diane Borger to discuss the ongoing life of this production that continues to reach audiences around the world, her work as the Mary I. Bunting Fellow at Harvard University, and what’s next for her production company, iOpenEye.

Having partnered with the A.R.T to bring HEAR WORD! Naija Woman Talk True on a multi-stop international tour, writer-director-producer Ifeoma Fafunwa sits down with Executive Producer Diane Borger to discuss the ongoing life of this production that continues to reach audiences around the world, her work as the Mary I. Bunting Fellow at Harvard University, and what’s next for her production company, iOpenEye.

Sarah Niles, Racheal Ofori, and Natalie Simpson in Three Sisters

Explore Chekhov’s Three Sisters

London
June 17 at 2PM ET

Following his smash-hit production of Barber Shop Chronicles, playwright Inua Ellams reconnects with A.R.T. audiences to discuss his critically acclaimed new adaptation of Chekov’s Three Sisters, set in eastern Nigeria during the 1967-1970 Nigerian Civil War. Executive Producer Diane Borger moderates a lively conversation with the playwright and an actor from the National Theatre’s 2019 premiere production.

Following his smash-hit production of Barber Shop Chronicles, playwright Inua Ellams reconnects with A.R.T. audiences to discuss his critically acclaimed new adaptation of Chekov’s Three Sisters, set in eastern Nigeria during the 1967-1970 Nigerian Civil War. Executive Producer Diane Borger moderates a lively conversation with the playwright and an actor from the National Theatre’s 2019 premiere production.

Virtual theater tour

Interactive Theater Building Tours

London
June 21 at 12PM ET

Led by architects from Haworth Tompkins and theater consultants from Charcoalblue, experience live tours of some of London’s most dynamic theaters, as well as interactive 3D-projection mapping that you can navigate from your own screen to explore what happens behind the curtains.

Led by architects from Haworth Tompkins and theater consultants from Charcoalblue, experience live tours of some of London’s most dynamic theaters, as well as interactive 3D-projection mapping that you can navigate from your own screen to explore what happens behind the curtains.

In the coming months, A.R.T. will also be facilitating A.R.T. Travel experiences for community partners with Jagged Little Pill cast members Maiya Blaney, Ken Clark, and DeAnne Stewart. If you’d like to learn more about these events, please contact DonorEmails@amrep.org.

March 2021

Steven Hoggett and John Tiffany

Breakfast with Tiffany and Hoggett

Edinburgh
March 15 at 9AM ET

Tony Award-winning director John Tiffany (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, The Glass Menagerie, Once) and Olivier Award-winning choreographer and movement director Steven Hoggett (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, The Glass Menagerie, Once) sit down with A.R.T. Executive Producer Diane Borger to discuss their luminous career of work produced at A.R.T., on Broadway, in the West End, and across the world.

Tony Award-winning director John Tiffany (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, The Glass Menagerie, Once) and Olivier Award-winning choreographer and movement director Steven Hoggett (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, The Glass Menagerie, Once) sit down with A.R.T. Executive Producer Diane Borger to discuss their luminous career of work produced at A.R.T., on Broadway, in the West End, and across the world.

John Tiffany

Tiffany’s recent credits include Harry Potter and the Cursed Child in the West End and Broadway, Pinocchio for the National Theatre, and Road for the Royal Court. He directed the musical Once for which he was the recipient of multiple awards both in the West End and on Broadway. As Associate Director of the Royal Court, his work also includes The Twits, Hope, and The Pass. He was the director of Let The Right One In for the National Theatre of Scotland, which transferred to the Royal Court, West End, and St. Ann’s Warehouse.

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Steven Hoggett

Hoggett has previously collaborated with John Tiffany on Harry Potter and the Cursed Child in the West End and Broadway, The Twits for the Royal Court, Let The Right One In and Black Watch for the National Theatre of Scotland, The Glass Menagerie at A.R.T. and on Broadway, and Once on Broadway and in the West End. Other recent credits include American Idiot, Peter and the Starcatcher, The Last Ship, Rocky the Musical, and The Crucible on Broadway; St Joan at The Public; Close to You at NYTW and the Criterion; The Light Princess for the National Theatre; Dr. Dee for the Manchester International Festival; and Rigoletto for the Metropolitan Opera. Hoggett was a founding co-artistic director of Frantic Assembly for which his credits include The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-TimeLovesongOthello, Little Dogs, Beautiful Burnout, Stockholmpool (no water), and Dirty Wonderland. His film credits include How to Train Your Dragon 2 for Dreamworks and Freak Show for Maven Pictures. With Scott Graham, Steven co-wrote The Frantic Assembly Book of Devising Theatre (Routledge).

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April 2021

Kei Tsuruharatani

Mindfulness Workshop

New York City
April 9 at 9AM ET

Each actor has their own ritual and mindfulness practice before stepping out onto the stage and preparing to take on a new role. But mindfulness is not just relaxation and stress management techniques; it is the foundation of how we live everyday. Join Kei Tsuruharatani (Jagged Little Pill) in a guided mindfulness workshop and exchange feedback on how this practice can help those onstage and off.

Each actor has their own ritual and mindfulness practice before stepping out onto the stage and preparing to take on a new role. But mindfulness is not just relaxation and stress management techniques; it is the foundation of how we live everyday. Join Kei Tsuruharatani (Jagged Little Pill) in a guided mindfulness workshop and exchange feedback on how this practice can help those onstage and off.

Outside facade of The Public Theater in NYC at dusk with inset photo of Yuvika Tolani

A Night at The Public Theater

New York City
April 14 at 7PM ET

Public Theater Director of Producing Yuvika Tolani joins A.R.T. Artistic Producer Mark Lunsford to discuss the shift in making dynamic theater in this digital age. Learn about the unique challenges and lessons learned in presenting new digital works while remaining committed to deepening relationships with artists and members of our community.

Public Theater Director of Producing Yuvika Tolani joins A.R.T. Artistic Producer Mark Lunsford to discuss the shift in making dynamic theater in this digital age. Learn about the unique challenges and lessons learned in presenting new digital works while remaining committed to deepening relationships with artists and members of our community.

Elizabeth Stanely

Acting in Song Masterclass

New York City
April 19 at 4PM ET

Tony Award nominee and Grammy Award winner Elizabeth Stanley (Jagged Little Pill) offers a class combining vocal training with song interpretation through the exploration of material from the world of musical theater, classical music, Top 40s pop, and more! Through observation, some one-on-one coaching, and a brief Q&A, attendees will learn more about combining both disciplines to give convincing and moving performances. Observer tickets on sale; wait list available for Participant tickets.

Tony Award nominee and Grammy Award winner Elizabeth Stanley (Jagged Little Pill) offers a class combining vocal training with song interpretation through the exploration of material from the world of musical theater, classical music, Top 40s pop, and more! Through observation, some one-on-one coaching, and a brief Q&A, attendees will learn more about combining both disciplines to give convincing and moving performances. Observer tickets on sale; wait list available for Participant tickets.

Royal Court

Theater and Environmental Management

London
April 22 at 9AM ET

Celebrate Earth Day with the A.R.T. and London’s Royal Court Theatre! Royal Court Artistic Director Vicky Featherstone and Executive Producer Lucy Davies will discuss with Executive Producer Diane Borger the Royal Court’s commitment to transitioning to net zero carbon dioxide emissions by examining every part of the theater’s practice and pushing it into a circular economy that reduces, offsets, and neutralizes its climate impact.

Celebrate Earth Day with the A.R.T. and London’s Royal Court Theatre! Royal Court Artistic Director Vicky Featherstone and Executive Producer Lucy Davies will discuss with Executive Producer Diane Borger the Royal Court’s commitment to transitioning to net zero carbon dioxide emissions by examining every part of the theater’s practice and pushing it into a circular economy that reduces, offsets, and neutralizes its climate impact.

Celia Rose Gooding and the Ensemble of Jagged Little Pill dancing with inset photo of Marc Kimelman

Klub Kimelman

New York City
April 28 at 4PM ET

Dance to your favorite Jagged Little Pill numbers with Associate Choreographer Marc Kimelman. Spend 90 minutes rehearsing choreography from the show, hearing stories about the Broadway production, and ending the class with a Q&A. This class is designed to include all skills and dance abilities! Dancers are more than welcome to practice with their videos on or off.

Dance to your favorite Jagged Little Pill numbers with Associate Choreographer Marc Kimelman. Spend 90 minutes rehearsing choreography from the show, hearing stories about the Broadway production, and ending the class with a Q&A. This class is designed to include all skills and dance abilities! Dancers are more than welcome to practice with their videos on or off.