We recently launched our Dark Day Monday's Series with a reading of Christina Gorman's play Roan at the Gates. This session was titled Theatre of Revolt: A Festival of Resistance. We had a blast, and Christina got a lot of really great feedback on her piece.
We'll continue our Theatre of Revolt Dark Day Mondays Series this Monday, 12/11 with a new play by Nahal Navidar, Then Came the Fall at the Collar Works.
Finally, we'll end this first session of Dark Day Mondays with a staged reading of a new play by playwright Richard Dresser (Below the Belt, Rounding Third, Gunshy) at the Scarlet Seven Gallery
Our Dark Day Mondays will continue after the New Year. Check back for more details... Go to our Dark Day Mondays page -->
In October of 2017, The Troy Foundry Theatre launched with the ambitious New World Order. New World Order reinterpreted 6 short plays by Nobel playwright Harold Pinter for our post-truth world. From the satirical to the macabre, each these plays depicted society as a prison without walls, where any hope of oppositional agency is buried within linguistic menace. Pinter presciently drafts what was a distant oppression, but now feels all too familiar and real. See program and read director's note...
New World Order...
6 Plays by Harold Pinter
Shayne David Cameris
*This production was presented under the auspices of the Actors’ Equity Association Members’ Project Code