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The Obie Awards
May 23, 2017

Michael Urie received an Obie for his performance in Labyrinth Theater's production of Homos, or Everyone in America at the 62nd Obie Awards on May 22nd at Webster Hall. Written by Jordan Seavey and directed by Mike Donahue, Homos ran at the Bank Street Theater from October 20th to December 11th. Urie won the Obie for playing The Writer, a neurotic and charming novelist whose academic boyfriend (played by Robin De Jesús) is the victim of a hate crime. In his acceptance speech, Urie drew attention to the rise in hate crimes directed against the LGBT community since the election of Donald Trump and ...

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Opening Night Photos

Last night, March 1st, Labyrinth Theater Company celebrated the opening of Dolphins and Sharks, a new play by James Anthony Tyler, directed by Charlotte Brathwaite. Check out the photos below to get a peek inside the step-and-repeat and the opening night party at Entwine.   All photos by Michael Kushner.

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Sneak Peek: Production Photos

Want a sneak peek at what's going on inside the Bank Street Theater? Then check out these production photos of Dolphins and Sharks featuring Tina Fabrique, Flor De Liz Perez, Cesar J. Rosado, Chinaza Uche and Pernell Walker.     All photos by Monique Carboni (unless otherwise noted).

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In Memoriam: Kevin Geer

It is with a heavy heart that Labyrinth mourns the passing of longtime company member Kevin Geer, who passed away January 25th. A veteran of stage and screen, Kevin was a beloved fixture in the New York theater scene, appearing in the 1988 Broadway revival of A Streetcar Named Desire and ...

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Sneak Peek: Rehearsal Photos

The cast of James Anthony Tyler's new play DOLPHINS AND SHARKS is hard at work making theater magic at the Bank Street Theater. We recently caught some candid pics of the actors rehearsing new pages at a run-thru with director Charlotte Brathwaite. Take a a sneak peek of the action below, and then ...

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Meet the Cast

Rehearsals are in full swing at Labyrinth for Dolphins and Sharks, a ferocious new comedy about the overworked and underpaid staff of a copier shop in Harlem. We sat down with cast members Flor De Liz Perez, Chinaza Uche and Pernell Walker (who play, respectively, the ambitious manager Xiomara Yepez, the eager new ...

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BC/EFA and Labyrinth

We are proud to share that in honor of our recent production of HOMOS, OR EVERYONE IN AMERICA and the moving fundraising speeches given by our cast, Broadway Cares / Equity Fights AIDS has donated a fantastic sum of $5,000 to the Anti-Violence Project in the name of the show. The ...

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HOMOS Opening Night Photos

The Labyrinth family is happy to share photos from the opening night of Jordan Seavey's breathtaking new play HOMOS, OR EVERYONE IN AMERICA Photo Credit: Maggie Marguerite Studio

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The Every 28 Hours Plays

In collaboration with The New Group and Working Theater, Labyrinth is proud to present two readings of THE EVERY 28 HOURS PLAYS next Monday, November 7th, at the Bank Street Theater. Featuring works by Dominique Morisseau, David Henry Hwang, Lynn Nottage and many others, this event strives to support the ongoing work of the ...

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HOMOS Production Photos

Preview performances of Homos, or Everyone in America are in full swing at the Bank Street Theater. For a sneak peek of what's happening on our stage, check out the beautiful production photos below. Grab tickets while you still can! Photo Credit: Monique Carboni.

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