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The Tank

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The Tank is a non-profit arts presenter serving emerging artists engaged in the pursuit of new ideas and forms of expression. We serve over 1,000 artists every year in over 350 performances, and work across all disciplines, including theater, comedy, dance, film, music, public affairs, and storytelling. Our goal is to foster an environment of inclusiveness and remove the burden of cost from the creation of new work for artists launching their careers and experimenting within their art form. The heart of our services is providing free performance space in the 62-seat blackbox that we operate in Manhattan, and we also offer a suite of other services such as free rehearsal space, promotional support, and a cut of the box office. We keep ticket prices affordable and view our work as democratic, opening up both the creation and attendance of the arts to all. Since its founding in 2003, artists who have come through The Tank include Alex Timbers, Amy Herzog, Lucy Alibar, Mike Daisey, Reggie Watts, Kyle Abraham, Andrew Bujalski, We Are Scientists, and tens of thousands of others.


Productions (51)

Open run Rule of 7x7 NYC: Midtown W
78 23 reviews

The Tank presents an ongoing series that premieres 7 brand-new 10 minute plays by 7 different writers; includes a free beer with admission.

Already closed The Offending Gesture NYC: East Village
73 13 reviews

The Tank presents the world premiere of a humorous and poetic indictment of American foreign policy in Iraq, told through the true story of Hitler and his dog, Blondi.

Already closed Whether We Like It or Not NYC: Midtown W
76 15 reviews

The Tank presents this dark comedic farce featuring elements of clowning, Commedia dell'arte, and Lucy and Ethel.

Already closed The Paper Hat Game NYC: Financial
67 34 reviews

The Tank presents Scotty Iseri's misadventures as whimsical prankster through the language of toy theater and projection.


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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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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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New York City, New York, United States
Self-described Show Ho. I love theatre: musicals & plays, classical & modern, experimental & traditional.
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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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