THE GYM at Judson
Off Broadway's Premiere Theater Venue
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Transport Group Theatre Company presents
I REMEMBER MAMA
by John Van Druten
directed by Jack Cummings III
March 16 - April 20
The Gym at Judson, 243 Thompson Street @ W. 4th
Barbara Andres, Barbara Barrie, Alice Cannon,
Lynn Cohen, Rita Gardner, Susan Lehman,
Heather MacRae, Pyllis Somerville,
Louise Sorel, Dale Soules
Tix/Info: transportgroup.org or 866-811-4111
25 Roles. 10 Women. 1 Family
The American classic reborn.
THE GYM at Judson cultivates an uncensored environment for developing workshop performance, inviting established and emerging talent to exchange creative energies and encouraging unique interdependent community in the arts.
For more information on booking THE GYM, please contact Form Theatricals (Anthony Francavilla and Zach Laks) at firstname.lastname@example.org.
THE GYM is located at the corner of Thompson and Washington Square South
The GYM is wheelchair accessible. Enter at 243 Thompson St. and and take the lift to the bottom level.
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THE GYM at Judson Reviews
"The infamously intimate gym at Judson Church was transformed into a ghostly theatre from the early 1900s. Glass chandeliers hung from the ceiling, a player piano sat before the audience (which was piled into bleachers on either side of the “stage”) and a small orchestra was veiled behind specter-like scrims painted to imitate old theatre interiors....What follows is one of the most important pieces of new American musical theatre that’s happening on the stage today."
- Jordan Shavarebi, Out.com
"There's an obscene amount of fun being had in a church gymnasium on Washington Square South in Lysistrata Jones....Off Broadway company the Transport Group, which specializes in site-specific shows, has found a perfect fit with a full-size gymnasium in the process of being converted to a performance space in the Judson Memorial Church in Greenwich Village."
- David Rooney, The Hollywood Reporter
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