Lincoln Center Theater
Now in its 28th season, Lincoln Center Theater has created and sustained a theater of the highest artistic standards, producing the work of established as well as emerging American and international playwrights, and reconsidered revivals of world classics. The most accomplished artists working in the theater regularly appear on their stages. Under the leadership of Artistic Director André Bishop and Executive Producer Bernard Gersten, the company presents a program of plays and musicals at the 1,050-seat Vivian Beaumont Theater, the 299-seat Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater, the 112-seat Claire Tow Theater, and occasionally in Broadway houses. Still guided by their originating motto, “Good Plays, Popular Prices,” they aim to engage a diverse audience drawn by affordable tickets to shows of notable distinction.
For Shakespeare in American Communities, Lincoln Center Theater will present student matinees of Macbeth directed by Jack O’Brien, as part of their Open Stages education program. The company will provide related educational activities, including workshops, residencies, and a teacher resource guide. They anticipate reaching 10 schools in New York City.