On Stage

On Stage



The New School for Drama’s BFA Production Series
May 1-3, 2014

by Henrik Ibsen
Adapted by Arthur Miller
Directed by Mark Armstrong

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An Enemy of the People - Spring 2014



March 13-22 & April 10-19, 2014

Four original plays in repertory highlight Drama’s graduating playwrights, directors, and actors of 2014.

Monday, April 28, 2014

This year’s showcase features 24 graduating MFA actors in a program directed by Joe Grifasi.

New Voices - Spring 2014


Mark Ruffalo is the 2013-2014 Artist-in-Residence at The New School for Drama.

Previous Artists-in-Residence

David Hare, Kathleen Chalfant, Joe Mantello, 
Jon Robin Baitz, John Turturro, Doug Hughes, 
John Patrick Shanley


What's Happening at Drama

What's Happening
at Drama

Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen speak at John L. Tishman Auditorium at The New School's University Center on January 28, 2014 in New York City.

(Photos by Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images for SAG Foundation)

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Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen


THE NEW SCHOOL FOR DRAMA - The creative home for the future of performing arts

Agile. Engaged. Innovative. Multidisciplinary. The New School for Drama is home to a dynamic group of young directors, writers, actors, creative technologists, and award-winning faculty. With a core belief in rigorous creativity and collaborative learning, our programs embrace civic awareness across performance disciplines to create work imbued with professionalism, imagination, and social context.

At the MFA level, we are a generative center of practice and production for a select ensemble of forward-thinking emerging professionals and dedicated faculty who are helping to define the future of performing arts. 

With multiple pathways through the offered curriculum, the BFA provides students with a high level of artistic training, project-based learning, consistent performance opportunities and, as important, knowledge and reasoning skills that can be applied to a variety of 21st-century career challenges and choices.

Offering a shared graduate and undergraduate faculty and learning environment in the historic Westbeth Artists complex in Greenwich Village, access to top design, music, liberal arts, and social science divisions across the university, and connections to excellent downtown theater companies, The New School for Drama offers unparalleled opportunities for courageous and engaged theater artists and performers.


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