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PH Makes Headlines

Playwrights Horizons has lately been recognized for new initiatives and dialogue in the theater world. See what the press has to say!


Artist Interview with Heidi Schreck

Adam Greenfield: What was your first access to theater? Heidi Schreck: My mom had this incredible Shakespeare company for kids, called The Short Shakespeareans. When I was six years old, I played Hermia in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and then I played all the great Shakespearean heroines between the ages of 6 and 12! And we got to perform at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival every fall, so I got to see all the plays there, all throughout my childhood. The first play I saw there was Macbeth, when I was six, which was very traumatizing. It’s a horrible, thrilling play to watch as a six-year-old.


I need some space

Clubbed Thumb needed their space. We gave it to them. A big welcome to Clubbed Thumb as our first ever Resident Company, we couldn't be happier to have you.


From Soup to Nuts

Since the show takes place in a soup kitchen, we thought it appropriate to ask the always charming ‪Grand Concourse‬ cast for their favorite soup, the meaning of forgiveness, and few corny jokes to top it all off.

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