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Elements takes Gurney's “The Dining Room” to NYC.
March 6th & 7th
Pardington Hall, Nyack, NY
Open Dress Rehearsal and Workshop -
March 6th @ 7:00 pm
March 7th @ 7:30 pm
Monday March 4th, 5:00-6:00 pm
Nyack College / Manhattan Campus
Panel Discussion 7:00 pm
How the Arts Humanize the Culture
Following a successful run in the summer of 2011, Elements toured with Shakespeare’s 12th Night in February, performing at Nyack College, NY; St. Joseph’s University, Philadelphia and the College of Mount Saint Vincent, NY.
Month-long intensive in New York City, with training in Shakespeare, voice, improvisation and the Michael Chekhov technique with Daniela Varon, Louis Colaianni, Jane Nichols, and Lenard Petit.
Elements performed The Lion in Winter by James Goldman at Calvin College’s prestigious January Series in Grand Rapids, MI.
In addition to performing Everyman at home on Cape Cod, Elements took Everyman on the road with performances in churches in Hartfield and Virginia Beach, VA.
Month-long intensive in London, England, including workshops with Patsy Rodenberg, Joanna Weir-Ouston, Glynn MacDonald, Deborah White, Vanessa Ewan, Sue Lefton, and Deborah Green.
Elements took Christopher Marlowe’s Doctor Faustus on tour to Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge, MA, and to churches in Hartfield and Virginia Beach, VA, and Philadelphia, PA in February 2004.
Elements performed T.S. Eliot's Murder in the Cathedral both at home on Cape Cod and on the road with shows at the Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge, MA, and in churches in Virginia Beach, Lake Wylie, Chattanooga, and Philadelphia.
In March of 2002, Elements Theatre Company took Christ in the Concrete City by Philip Turner & The Pearl by Sr. Esther Forrest on the road to Wilmington, DE, Virginia Beach, VA, and Hilton Head, SC.
Elements traveled the East Coast with Neil Simon’s God’s Favorite, a modern story of Job, starting in Boston, and ending in Washington, DC.
Performance of Archibald MacLeish’s J.B. by invitation of the Archibald MacLeish Society, at a weekend symposium on suffering.