07
MAR
2013

Siting Yang

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Siting Yang (she/her), is an interdisciplinary theater-maker based in Beijing and NYC. She received her B. A. at Peking University in German Literature and World History, and is currently pursuing her MFA in dramaturgy at Columbia University.  Her body of work is motivated...
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07
MAR
2013

“The Creative Actor”

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THE CREATIVE ACTOR A Four-session Fundamentals of Acting Class with Elena Vannoni 4 Session Intensive, for individuals or small, customized groups Space is limited! Maximum of 15 students per session! PROGRAM DAY ONE WORK ON BODY SELF-CONSCIOUSNESS Build a strong acting...
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05
MAR
2013

Francesca Penzani

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Francesca N. Penzani was born and raised in Bergamo, Italy where she started her theatre studies at Teatro Viaggio and Comuna Baires (Milano). In England she studied at London Contemporary Dance School and worked Independently as a dancer, choreographer, teacher, video maker....
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05
MAR
2013

Tomaso Marcolla

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Tomaso Marcolla was born in 1964, in Trento, Italy, where he currently lives and works. Graduated from the Art Institute of Trento, he began to work as graphic designer in 1985. A member of the AIAP (Italian Association for the planning of visual communication) and member of BEDA...
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18
FEB
2013

A new space for our new play!

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TheatreFactory Studio is lucky to have found its new residence: a wonderful space in Downtown, ready to be a home for creativity, workshops, new projects and ideas. The first resident project is the play “The Madwoman of Chaillot” by Jean Giraudoux. TheatreFactory...
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15
MAG
2012

“Bites” by K. Adshead

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LA CANVAS THEATRE REVIEW: BITES THE PLAYNOW PLAYING AT THE OLD BANK DISTRICT THEATRE Author: Shana Nys Dambrot TheatreFactory in association with Mama Quilla UK presents BITES: THE PLAY at Downtown’s newest indie performance venue, OLD BANK DISTRICT THEATRE, 136 West 4th Street...
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13
AGO
2010

LA WEEKLY — Kafka’s Monkey in A Report to an Academy

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Poor Franz Kafka. The prewar prose master of the sardonic grotesque has taken a terrific drubbing in the English-speaking world, not the least by substandard translations. These have all but eviscerated the caustic irony of his slyly subversive chronicles of man’s quest for...
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31
DIC
2008

“Die Spitzeder” by M.Sperr

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Das TAZ.DE 31.12.2008 by Maryam Schumacher Everything was already there. Even the New York fund manager Bernard Madoff has an illustrious predecessor. “Die Spitzeder” opens today, sold out, at the Engelbrot Theatre in Martin Sperrs homonymous comedy, once again her kitchen....
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01
GIU
2008

LA STAMPA — A girl from Follonica rises to fame in Berlin

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From Maremma to Prussia, for Elena Vannoni (in the picture) the story of a success. With a question that may refers to all of us: why a girl from Follonica has to go to Berlin to see her talent being aknowledged? Arrived to the German capital, Elena was offered the artistic...
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05
MAG
2008

SIPARIO — “Bites” of a planetary banquet

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More than often theatre becomes the mouthpiece of our times’ unease and uses its own peculiar language to denoun- ce facts and realities for all the world to see and, right becuase of that, often overlooked. The union between script and performance enriches itself of a particular...
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