New Ohio Theatre

Sorry Robot
Downtown theater artist Mike Iveson makes his playwriting debut with a futuristic addition to the 2015 COIL Festival.
In Fields Where They Lay
The Dreamscape Theatre commemorates the centennial of the 1914 Christmas truce with this drama about World War I.
I Like to Be Here: Jackson Heights Revisited, or, This Is a Mango
A mélange of cultures fills the streets of a Queens neighborhood.
My Stubborn Tongue
Anna Fishbeyn takes us on her journey from Russian refugee to all-American material girl.
Family Play (1979 to Present)
Memories flood the stage at The New Ohio Theatre.
And Baby Makes Seven
Paula Vogel's 1984 modern family did not become the new normal in 2014. Is that necessarily a good thing?
feeling.
This world premiere breakup play gives an intelligent voice to some ugly and primitive feelings.
Should "Go Big or Go Home" Be the Mantra for Downtown Theater Producers?
TheaterMania talks to Rattlestick Playwrights Theater Artistic Director David Van Asselt and playwright Lucy Thurber about their massive collaborative production of Thurber's five-play cycle, The Hill Town Plays.
Global Revolution Takes Center Stage in Red Wednesday at Ice Factory 2013
Built for Collapse Artistic Director Sanaz Ghajarrahimi, great-niece of former Iranian Foreign Minister Sadegh Ghotbzadeh, explores his legacy and its relationship to present-day global upheavals.