TNC ALIVE

During this time of social isolation, Theater for the New City (TNC) is keeping the arts alive – ONLINE. We are going to do our part to keep up your emotional health, which is so important for your physical health and immune system. We are looking for theater pieces, theater works, poetry, etc., that will uplift us and give us hope so that we can successfully weather this not-quite-perfect storm.

Please check back regularly for more from the TNC community.

To help us keep theater alive, please DONATE here: https://bit.ly/2JhC0FA

“They Came to the Castle” by Barbara Kahn, performed by Lisa Monde

The show must go ON…LINE. Theater for the New City (TNC) is keeping theater alive with a monologue from “They Came to the Castle: Immigrants, a Tenor and Lola Montez”, by Barbara Kahn. The play is set in New York City in the mid 19th century. Castle Garden, in Battery Park, was the landing place before the facilities on Ellis Island. Lisa Monde portrays Mina (Romina Castello), an earlier immigrant from Italy. ”

You can check out more on Lisa at www.lisa-monde.com

TNC Alive – Lisa Monde performs a monologue from They Came to the Castle by Barbara Kahn.

They Came to the Castle by Barbara Kahn, performed by Lisa Monde. The show must go ON…LINE. Theater for the New City (TNC) is keeping theater alive with a monologue from They Came to the Castle: Immigrants, a Tenor and Lola Montez, by Barbara Kahn. The play is set in New York City in the mid 19th century. Castle Garden, in Battery Park, was the landing place before the facilities on Ellis Island. Lisa Monde portrays Mina (Romina Castello), an earlier immigrant from Italy. ” You can check out more on Lisa at www.lisa-monde.com Please DONATE today to help keep theater alive: https://bit.ly/2JhC0FA#TNCAlive #monologues #Theaterforthenewcity #theateronlin #covid19 #stayhomestaysafe #actorslife #newplaysBroadwayWorld Spectrum News NY1

Posted by Theater for the New City on Monday, April 20, 2020

“Dead Boy,” by Frank J. Avella, featuring Lucas Anderson

TNC Alive is sharing more work from home with a 10-minute play, “Dead Boy,” by Frank J. Avella, featuring Lucas Anderson.

TNC Alive – Lucas Anderson, “Dead Boy” by Frank J. Avella

TNC Alive is sharing more work from home with a 10-minute play, "Dead Boy," by Frank J. Avella, featuring Lucas Anderson. We need your help to keep theater alive, please DONATE to Theater for the New City: https://bit.ly/2JhC0FA #TncAlive #TNC50 #TCNCOMMUNITY #COVID19 #STAYHOMESTAYCREATIVE TheaterMania

Posted by Theater for the New City on Saturday, April 18, 2020

Donald Lacy

We’re super excited to have an excerpt from Donald Lacy’s one-man show Colorstruck, which ran this spring through March 15 at Theater for the New City.

TNC Alive – Donald Lacy

We’re super excited to have an excerpt from Donald Lacy’s one-man show Colorstruck, which ran this spring through March 15 at Theater for the New City. Tune in this Saturday, April 18 at 11:00 PM EST as Donald’s goes live on facebook. https://www.facebook.com/donald.lacy The show must go ON…LINE. During this time of social isolation, Theater for the New City (TNC) is keeping the arts alive. We definitely need your help to keep theater going, please DONATE –> https://bit.ly/2JhC0FATHANK YOU. Stay Healthy, Stay Safe, and most importantly… Stay Creative!#TncAlive #TNC50 #TCNCOMMUNITY #COVID19 #standupcomedy #STAYHOMESTAYCREATIVE #donaldLacy #comedy W42st BroadwayWorld Time Out New York

Posted by Theater for the New City on Friday, April 17, 2020

Music With Mister Pablo

We are lucky to get a sneak peek at mister pablo‘s new song in progress, “New York Tango” from their upcoming new album due for release later this year. Rodolfo Marcelo Zanetti Vía on the bandoneon. Mixing by Jeremy Loucas. They’re still in the process of editing the song’s string section.

Thanks for the music!

TNC Alive – Mister Pablo, “New York Tango.”

We are lucky to get a sneak peek at mister pablo's new song in progress, “New York Tango” from their upcoming new album due for release later this year. Rodolfo Marcelo Zanetti Vía on the bandoneon. Mixing by Jeremy Loucas. They're still in the process of editing the song's string section. Thanks for the music! The show must go ON…LINE. During this time of social isolation, Theater for the New City (TNC) is keeping the arts alive. We need your help to keep theater going, please DONATE to Theater for the New City: https://bit.ly/2JhC0FA#TncAlive #TNC50 #TCNCOMMUNITY #COVID19 #STAYHOMESTAYCREATIVE#latinrock #latinmusic #rockenespańol Rodolfo Marcelo Zanetti Spectrum News NY1 W42st

Posted by Theater for the New City on Monday, April 13, 2020

Crystal Field Stair-Master Edition

Crystal Field is back! Join her for her latest virtual exercise poem. Stay inside and put on your sweats.

TNC ALIVE – Crystal Field Stair-Master Edition

Crystal Field is back! Join her for her latest virtual exercise poem. Stay inside and put on your sweats. During this time of social isolation, Theater for the New City (TNC) is keeping the arts alive . . . ONLINE. Please check back regularly for performances from the TNC community.The show must go ON…LINE. During this time of social isolation, Theater for the New City (TNC) is keeping the arts alive. We need your help to keep theater going, please DONATE to Theater for the New City: https://bit.ly/2JhC0FA Stay Healthy, Stay Safe and most importantly… Stay Creative 🙂#tnc50 #tncalive BroadwayWorld #theaterforthenewcity #stayhome #actorslife TodayTix

Posted by Theater for the New City on Thursday, April 9, 2020

TNC Alive – MAD by Frank J. Avella, with Cali Gillman & Kalen J Hall.

Opening scene from MAD by Frank J. Avella, featuring Cali Gilman as Georgia and Kalen J Hall as Bridge.

The show must go ON…LINE. During this time of social isolation, Theater for the New City (TNC) continues to keep arts alive with an opening scene from Frank J. Avella’s play, MAD. The story follows five actors as they embark on a controversial new Broadway play. Central to the work is the struggle of a young closeted-gay movie star who must contend with keeping his sexuality a secret so he can continue to pursue his passion.

Check out more work from Cali and Kalen at www.caligilman.comwww.kalenjhall.com

TNC Alive – MAD by Frank J. Avella, with Cali Gillman & Kalen J Hall.

Opening scene from MAD by Frank J. Avella, featuring Cali Gilman as Georgia and Kalen J Hall as Bridge.The show must go ON…LINE. During this time of social isolation, Theater for the New City (TNC) continues to keep arts alive with an opening scene from Frank J. Avella’s play, MAD. The story follows five actors as they embark on a controversial new Broadway play. Central to the work is the struggle of a young closeted-gay movie star who must contend with keeping his sexuality a secret so he can continue to pursue his passion.Check out more work from Cali and Kalen at www.caligilman.com www.kalenjhall.com. Please join us next week for Theater for the New City On Air as we go LIVE with a reading of Frank J. Avella's latest play ORVILLE STATION.#TNCTV #TNCAlive #TNC50 #TNCfamily #NYCTheater #newplays

Posted by Theater for the New City on Tuesday, April 7, 2020

They Came to the Castle by Barbara Kahn, performed by Leila Arielle Stricker.

TNC Alive – Leila Stricker (They Came to the Castle)

They Came to the Castle by Barbara Kahn, performed by Leila Arielle Stricker. Barbara Kahn’s play, They Came to the Castle: Immigrants, a Tenor and Lola Montez is set in the mid-19th century Landing Depot at Castle Garden in Battery Park in NYC during a time when refugees and immigrants were welcome in the U.S. Clara (Leila Stricker) left the violence against Jews in Eastern Europe looking for safety in a new land.The show must go ON…LINE. During this time of social isolation, Theater for the New City (TNC) is keeping the arts alive. Please DONATE today to help keep theater alive: https://bit.ly/2JhC0FA#TNCTV #TNCAlive #TNC50 #TNCfamily BroadwayWorld TheaterMania Spectrum News NY1 The Artist Spotlight

Posted by Theater for the New City on Friday, April 3, 2020
Leila Stricker performs a monologue from They Came to the Castle by Barbara Kahn.

Barbara Kahn’s play, They Came to the Castle: Immigrants, a Tenor and Lola Montez is set in the mid-19th century Landing Depot at Castle Garden in Battery Park in NYC during a time when refugees and immigrants were welcome in the U.S. Clara (Leila Stricker) left the violence against Jews in Eastern Europe looking for safety in a new land.

How Is Our Fearless Leader, Crystal Field, Tackling Social Isolation?

TNC ALIVE – Crystal Field sharing helpful tips on how to keep ourselves healthy with supplements and… virtual interactive poetry!

TNC ALIVEDuring this time of social isolation, Theater for the New City (TNC) is keeping the arts alive – ONLINE. Please check back regularly for performances from the TNC community.While we are all practicing social distancing, Crystal Field take us on a ride, discussing the importance of our physical and mental health (which is often ignored, but just as important!). Crystal used this time to create a virtual interactive poem that will make us smile AND get us off of our feet (a combo that is hard to come by these days!). Let Crystal be an inspiration to those who are feeling stuck during this time. If she can do it, so can we because remember. . .We Are All In This Together!Stay Healthy, Stay Safe and most importantly… Stay Creative 🙂#tnc50 #tncalive BroadwayWorld #theaterforthenewcity #stayhome #actorslife @tTheaterMania

Posted by Theater for the New City on Tuesday, March 24, 2020
Crystal Field sharing helpful tips on how to keep ourselves healthy with supplements and… virtual interactive poetry!

As artists, we need to create, we need to feel, and we need to express – during a time of uncertainty, it is easy to lose our spirit, allowing stress and anxiety to takeover our creative ~vibes~; however, that is not the case with this Fearless Leader.

While we are all practicing social distancing, watch Crystal Field take us on a ride, discussing the importance of our physical and mental health (which is often ignored, but just as important!). Crystal used this time to create a virtually interactive poem that will make us smile AND get us off of our feet (That is a combo that is hard to come by these days!). Let Crystal be an inspiration to those who are feeling stuck during this time. If she can do it, so can we because remember… We Are All In This Together!

Stay Healthy, Stay Safe and most importantly… Stay Creative 🙂

TNC ALIVE continues with Penny Arcade

TNC Alive – Penny Arcade

TNC ALIVE continues with Penny Arcade –– performance artist, writer, and poet –– who is helping us keep theater alive. Please check out more of Penny's work at: https://www.patreon.com/Penny_ArcadeDuring this time of social isolation, Theater for the New City (TNC) is keeping the arts alive – ONLINE. Please check back regularly for more from the TNC community.Please DONATE so we can keep theater alive: https://bit.ly/2JhC0FA#TNCTV #tncalive #TNC50 #TNCfamily #Pennyarcade #onenewyork Spectrum News NY1 BroadwayWorld TheaterMania New York Daily News

Posted by Theater for the New City on Saturday, March 28, 2020
Penny Arcade –– performance artist, writer, and poet –– who is helping us keep theater alive.

Please check out more of Penny’s work at: https://www.patreon.com/Penny_Arcade

Briana Bartenieff “Stages of Grief”

TNC’s Briana Bartenieff has made us TNC Proud! Check out her latest work, “Stages of Grief”, in The Village Sun!

TNC ALIVE with Agustina Giovio

TNC ALIVE – Agustina Giovio

Sing along with singer/songwriter, actor, and TNC Street Theater performer Agustina Giovio as she brightens our Monday with a song. Please follow Agustina on instagram at: https://bit.ly/2w0dJ3T During this time of social isolation, Theater for the New City (TNC) is keeping the arts alive – ONLINE.Please check back regularly for more from the TNC community. To help us keep theater alive, please DONATE here: https://bit.ly/2JhC0FA #TNCTV #tncalive #TNC50 #TNCfamily #flymetothemoon Spectrum News NY1 BroadwayWorld TheaterMania New York Daily News

Posted by Theater for the New City on Monday, March 30, 2020
Sing along with singer/songwriter, actor, and TNC Street Theater performer Agustina Giovio as she brightens our Monday with a song.
Please follow Agustina on instagram at: https://bit.ly/2w0dJ3T