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WE MAKE NEW PLAYS


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WE MAKE NEW PLAYS


 

CollaborationTown was founded in 2003.  We create ensemble driven theatre.

 Currently we are in residence at The New Ohio and IRT Theaters as part of their Archive Alliance Residency Program also at the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council as part of their Workspace Residency Program.

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Upcoming


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Upcoming


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NEW OHIO THEATRE presents COLLABORATIONTOWN'S

FAMILY PLAY (1979 to present)

Children of the 80's dig through three decades of their lives: humorous, mundane and revelatory moments between parents, siblings and friends, all fighting to love each other amidst radically shifting notions of family, gender, and sexuality. Part dissection of the past, part love letter to the present -- a fast-paced, unsentimental memory play.

 

featuring
Eboni Booth, Jorge Cordova*, Mark Junek*, Boo Killebrew*, Geoffrey Decas O'Donnell & Therese Plaehn*  

set design Geoffrey Decas O'Donnell
costume design Beth Goldenberg
lighting design Nick Houfek
sound design Brandon Wolcott
technical direction & associate set design Sandy Yaklin 
associate director Stephanie Miller
stage manager Eric Marlin
assistant stage manager Angelissa Paulino
producer Amanda Feldman

 
written and created by   
Boo Killebrew, Geoffrey Decas O'Donnell & Jordan Seavey

co-created with
Lee Sunday Evans TJ Witham

directed by 
Lee Sunday Evans

also featuring Family Pictures
a visual art exhibition of works inspired by contemporary families
CLICK HERE FOR MORE DETAILS 

The New Ohio Theatre  
154 Christopher Street, 1E
(btwn Greenwich & Washington)

Monday, April 28 - Friday, May 16
Mondays & Tuesdays @ 7:00pm
Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays @ 8pm
(no performance on Monday, May 5th)

Developed as part of the Archive Alliance Residency with the New Ohio and IRT Theaters
with additional support from the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, The Watermill Center, and
the Little Family Foundation.
 

 

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FAMILY PICTURES


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FAMILY PICTURES


FAMILY PICTURES
a visual art exhibition of works inspired by contemporary families

Photos by John Atwood

Photos by John Atwood

CTown is thrilled and honored to be working with this incredibly talented group of artists whose work helped inspired our FAMILY PLAY experience. We look forward to sharing their incredible work with you at the theater.

Family Pictures includes works by 

Ben Alper
John Atwood
Jamie Diamond
Suzanne Heintz
Julia Henderson
Kyle O'Connor
Ezra Thompson 

on display before, during and after each 
performance of FAMILY PLAY (1979 TO PRESENT)

The New Ohio Theatre  
154 Christopher Street, 1E
(btwn Greenwich & Washington)

Monday, April 28 - Friday, May 16
Mondays & Tuesdays @ 7:00pm
Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays @ 8pm
(no performance on Monday, May 5th)

curated by
TJ Witham 

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FUNDRAISING IS EVERGREEN


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FUNDRAISING IS EVERGREEN


CollaborationTown is 10 years old!

That means puberty is around the corner and we’re going to need your support to get through those awkward preteen years so we are embarking on a: 

10 Day Fundraising Challenge!

>If you have never donated to CollaborationTown before:

Welcome! We ask that you consider a modest donation of $20.  

(10 for the past & 10 to grow on!)

>If you have donated to CollaborationTown in the past:

Please consider upping your annual gift by $10.

DONATE TODAY!

(DEADLINE: MARCH 28th!)

FUNDRAISER FAQs

Q: I want to increase my annual gift by $10 but I don't remember how much I gave last time?! 

A:  First things first, don't panic.  Contact us at info@collaborationtown.org and we will happily find that information for you!

Q: What if I want CollaborationTown to go on for more than just another 10 years?

A: It's a dollar for each year, so say you want to see CollaborationTown producing funny, socially conscious, open-hearted, ensemble-based theatre for another 30 years that would be a donation of $40.  Another 40? That's a donation of $50. What if you want us to break all laws of space and time and keeping make theatre for another 160 years?! Well, that's a donation of $170. We also think you should consider asking CollaborationTown to produce for a million more years -- at $1,000,010! 

THAT'S A STEAL!

Q: What is this donation going towards?

A: Your gift will go to support our newest work Family Play (1979 To Present) that was commissioned by The New Ohio Theatre and IRT Theater as part of the inaugural Archive Alliance Residency and is being produced this Spring. In addition, we hope to put some money into organizational building – sexy things like…  accounting software, paying for an audit so we can apply for other grants, and travel expenses to continue touring The Momentum.

THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU! Your generosity means the world to us!

HURRY! You only have 10 days to give $10+$10=$20!