About the company

What Will the Neighbors Say?


What Will the Neighbors Say? creates theatre that examines historical, social, political and economic narratives that have been disregarded, misrepresented, or otherwise untold in order to provoke discourse in our audience and community. WWTNS? maintains a consistent commitment to diversity, arts education, community outreach, and artistic experimentation. In its first year of operation, WWTNS? has established itself as a vibrant young company in New York and abroad. The company has staged original productions of WWI drama 'Sources of Light Other Than the Sun,' Romanov epic 'Four Sisters,' media thriller 'In Her Own Words: The Diana Tapes,' and our original theatre for young audiences musical 'Untitled Shape Show.' WWTNS? has performed at the Edinburgh Fringe and Thespis Festivals, as well as various venues on the East Coast, and toured The Diana Tapes to Toronto this fall. WWTNS? has been featured in the Evening Times, the Herald, the Providence Journal, the Daily Mail, STV, BBC Radio, and BroadwayWorld, and was shortlisted for the Holden Street Theatre Award.

Productions (3)

Closed The Diana Tapes NYC: Soho/Tribeca
72 68 reviews

With the 20th anniversary of the Princess’s untimely death upon us, this new drama explores the subterfuge and deception which lead to a scorching climax and changed celebrity, privacy, and the Windsor family forever.

Closed In Her Own Words: The Diana Tapes NYC: West Village
78 9 reviews

IRT presents a thriller about one of the greatest media scandals in British history: the publication of Andrew Morton’s book about Diana, Princess of Wales.

Closed Four Sisters NYC: Midtown W
68 23 reviews

What Will the Neighbors Say? presents a new play about the daughters of the last Tsar of Russia in the aftermath of the 1917 Revolution.

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Brooklyn, Kings County, New York, United States
cannot dance, cannot sing, cannot act....... but love theater location should read Brighton Beach, Brooklyn
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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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