2021-2022

On October 23 and 24, 2021, we presented A MIDSUMMER HOUR, Shakespeare's A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM distilled into an hour of fast-paced frivolity! This performance at CADMAN PLAZA PARK and is FREE to everyone!  Part of RESTART NY, this project is made possible with funds from the Statewide Community Regrants Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Governor's Office and the New York State Legislature, administered by Brooklyn Arts Council.

We are extremely pleased to have received this grant, a testament to the quality of our work over the course of the past decade here in Brooklyn. And we are especially pleased to be part of the beginnings of bringing arts & culture back to our borough after such a long pandemic wait!

 

Fall began our year-long celebration, THEATER 2020'S DECADE OF BROOKLYN THEATER, featuring photo montages, video clips and more, as our artists celebrate our now ten plus years of producing in Brooklyn.

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"This show should truly be experienced by everyone... this show is wonderful! Calling them perfect is an understatement!"

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CAST:

ELENA CRAMER

MATTHEW LIU*

MATTHEW MANCUSO*

RORI NOGEE*

ALEX PARRISH*

HELEN JANE PLANCHET*

* Member Actors' Equity Association

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Review: YOU'RE GONNA LOVE TOMORROW! at Theater2020

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When was the last time you encountered something, or perhaps met someone, which made you look forward to tomorrow? When were you last given a reason to be propelled into a world of possibility, of chances not yet taken and exciting experiences not yet had? Not quite yet in the aftermath of Covid, there's a certain preciousness to something that gives us incentive to enter a new day with hope, with appreciation of those things we may not have thought possible to ever feel the same about again.

With that in mind, it's comforting to know that, regardless of what challenges our world goes through, there are two things that will never change: the presence of inspirational people with an undying need to create something beautiful, and those of us who need the catharsis such individuals bring into our lives. Fortunately, theater has risen to the challenge of a battered world and brings both to perfect fruition. And not just the idea of theater, but actual quality theater which absolutely has the power of renewing our sense of hope in the world. Productions that make us want to be great, to see great things happen and stir within us a special feeling that yes - we may actually be able to see my tomorrow in an exhilarating new light. As luck would have it, Theater 2020 is ready to accept the challenge with its current production You're Gonna Love Tomorrow! - an evening of Sondheim that you are sure not soon to forget.