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The Directors Company

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The Directors Company is an award-winning not-for-profit theatre company with an extraordinary record in its mission to develop and produce groundbreaking new plays and musicals initiated and generated by outstanding directorial talent, for the American theatre public. For over twenty-five years, The Directors Company has mentored and supported emerging artists in the development of original theatre works from inception to production, providing artistic and dramaturgical guidance to promising, new theatre artists and their projects. The future of American theatre depends on a regular influx of new works, to which The Directors Company is committed, and the collaborative process we encourage involves not only the playwright and director, but audiences as well, who play a part in the emergence of original works giving voice to contemporary concerns.


Productions (5)

Already closed A Better Place NYC: Midtown W
58 42 reviews

The Directors Company presents a new comedy about Manhattanites’ insatiable lust for real estate.

Already closed Terms of Endearment NYC: Midtown E
70 117 reviews

Molly Ringwald stars in a stage adaptation of the Oscar-winning movie. 59E59's production is the US debut of this play based on both Larry McMurtry's novel and James L. Brooks' screenplay.

Already closed The Violin NYC: Midtown E
78 62 reviews

The Directors Company presents the world premiere of this drama about three guys who find a valuable instrument in the back seat of a NYC cab.

Already closed Lady Macbeth and Her Lover NYC: Chelsea
66 15 reviews

This new drama follows the intertwined lives of three women in their search for fame and love. A play about destiny and the power of passion and art.


Followers (3)

New York City, New York, United States
How I score: 90s: Must see! 80s: Most should see. 70s: Good show but not for everyone. 60s: I enjoyed something in it but wouldn't recom... read more
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New York City, New York, United States
cannot dance, cannot sing, cannot act....... but love theater location should read Brighton Beach, Brooklyn
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Manhattan, New York County, New York, United States
the wild dogs cry out in the night as they grow restless longing for some solitary company i know that i must do what's right as sure as... read more
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