Learn How a Theater Was Made

Theater for a New Audience is hosting a free public series of discussions with the team that built its new space in Brooklyn, the 299-seat Scripps Main Stage and the 50-seat Rogers Studio, both housed at the new Polonsky Shakespeare Center.  The series is called "Creating a Theater for a New Audience: The Intersection of Architecture, Design, and Theater."  Here's information about the first part which will take place on January 5, 2014, at 5:30 p.m.
 
PART ONE: JEAN-GUY LECAT

Scenic designer and architectural consultant for Peter Brook's Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord in Paris and BAM Harvey Theater Jean-Guy Lecat will be interviewed by Randy Gener, award-winning editor, writer, critic, and artist, about simplicity, proportions, and not doing too much.
 
Sunday, January 5, 2014 at 5:30 p.m.
Theatre for a New Audience at Polonsky Shakespeare Center
262 Ashland Place, Brooklyn
FREE: No Reservations Required
 
For information on this or any of Theatre for a New Audience's Humanities programming, visit http://www.tfana.org/education/public-programs/about or email humanities@tfana.org

Over the next year, the series will continue to focus on the contributions of others' on the team and how the exploration of theatrical design can support art.

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