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Work With Labyrinth: Interns Wanted
June 17, 2013

Ever wondered what it takes to run an Off-Broadway theater company?  Ever wondered what life at Labyrinth is like behind the scenes?  Well, good news.  Now's your chance to immerse yourself in our unique community, because we are looking for a number of interns to support our administrative staff during our 2013-14 Season. As an intern, you will work closely with our staff to help facilitate the day-to-day operations of the Company.  Tasks include maintaining box office and patron records, fielding phone calls and emails from patrons, providing artistic support during productions and readings, assisting Company Members, running errands, and ...

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Up Close: The Summer Intensive

Christmas is fun and stuff, but for all of us at Labyrinth, the Summer Intensive is definitely the most wonderful time of the year.  Why?  Because on July 21st, our 2013-14 Season will be officially underway as the entire Labyrinth family decamps from the noise and stress of NYC to ...

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Up Close: Actor William Jackson Harper

William Jackson Harper is no stranger to the New York theater scene.  A ubiquitous presence in some of the best shows of recent seasons (which, of course, is no accident), this is his first show here with us at Labyrinth.  We spoke to him recently about A Family For All ...

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MIMI O’DONNELL NAMED ARTISTIC DIRECTOR

Today, we are thrilled to announce that Mimi O’Donnell, who for the last four years has served with Stephen Adly Guirgis and Yul Vazquez as a Co-Artistic Director of the Company, will take on the role full-time as sole Artistic Director beginning in our 2013-14 Season. It’s an exciting step ...

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Up Close: Charlie Saxton

Some people you just have good feelings about.  Like Charlie Saxton, for instance.  When Charlie first showed up at the Summer Intensive a couple years ago, his talent, sense of humor, and all around good nature made him an easy fit among the Labyrinth family.  So, it was no surprise ...

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NYNY Festival Recap

Our NEWYORKNEWYORK Festival has come and gone, and it was definitely a theatrical feat the city that never sleeps can be proud of -- over twenty great NY plays, over a hundred talented artists, four nights of spectacular, one-of-a-kind performances, and forty-eight straight hours of non-stop readings. Luckily, our Company ...

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NYNY Update: The Marathon

Starting on Friday, March 22nd at 7pm, the NEWYORKNEWYORK Festival kicks into high gear when we begin the Marathon Weekend of 48 straight hours of round-the-clock readings of classic plays by over twenty esteemed New York playwrights, including Maria Irene Fornes, Lorraine Hansberry, David Henry Hwang, Kenneth Lonergan, Arthur Miller, ...

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Up Close: Playwright Mark Borkowski

While a recognizable face to anyone familiar with HBO's "Boardwalk Empire," Mark Borkowski is a newcomer to Labyrinth Theater Company.  Thanks to Company Member and all-around theater goddess, Ellen Burstyn, Mark came to our Summer Intensive this past year and brought his excellent new play, Valentino's Wing, which is being ...

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Up Close: Playwright Craig ‘muMs’ Grant

Poet, playwright, actor, philosopher, and all-around cultural impresario from the Boogie Down Bronx, Craig 'muMs' Grant is a multi-platform preacher of love, art, and all that is good in this strange world.  His plays, like his poems, speak to the everyday truths and beauties of living in New York City ...

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