In the theater we construct journeys for audiences utilizing the tools of time and space. We create societies, tell stories and propose means by which people can live together with increased humanity, empathy and humor. ... Speaking effectively, and communicatively, whether onstage, in poetry, in a book or in conversation, can free one from the prison of the past. Speaking a story can be an act of letting in light. --Anne Bogart, "What's the Story: Essays about Art, Theater and Storytelling"
At Articulate Theatre, we like to consider ourselves good story tellers, really good story tellers in fact. But if we can't tell stories, we might end up in situations where our skills are a little less appreciated, as you can see in the videos below!
We need your help to keep us working for you: churning out good stories; using our skills the right way. If you'd like to help, click on the I Want To Help button, and help Artie's dolla-meter rise!
Our official Fundraising Video, "Put Us Back in our Place." Featuring the work of Eric Siegel, Sebastian Montoya, Julian Elfer, Desmond Dutcher, Diane Terrusa, Roy Googin, Esteban Benito, Robin Rice Lichtig, Marguerite Forrest, Shetal Shah, Richard Dezmond, Dennis Parichy, George Allison, Nissa Poquette Hayes, Lila Hayes.
Articulate Theatre Company member Wendy Mae Shelton is struck by the act of kindness from one of her customers - until he comes back! Also featuring Peter Gonzalez.
Articulate Theatre Company Member Esteban Benito can hang with the heavyweights on stage and film - but loses his composure when faced with "ladies night out" at the bar. Also featuring Kelly Zekas, Crystal Peterson, and Victoria Medina.
Articulate Theatre members Richard Dezmond, Hriitu Deepak - and member "in training" Tanaaya Deepak - illustrate the dangers of theatre designers spending too much time at home.
Articulate Theatre Company member Amanda Prasow shows us the difference in an artist's world when doing what they love, and doing.... "other." Also featuring Bob Jester as the "king of the jingle."
Please help keep us in our rightful place and keep our skills working for you. You want good stories, and we want to give them to you. It's a win-win!
Check out more videos by, for and about our membership in our Video Gallery.
We would like to thank the wonderful people and organizations that provide us with administrative and moral support.
FRACTURED ATLAS empowers artists, arts organizations, and other cultural sector stakeholders by eliminating practical barriers to artistic expression, so as to foster a more agile and resilient cultural ecosystem.
Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York (ART/NY) supports non profit theatre companies in New York City by providing four core programs: Funding, Training, Space, and Connections. Over the years, A.R.T./New York has earned a reputation as a leader in providing progressive services to members—which has made them an expert in the needs of the New York City nonprofit theatre community. A.R.T./New York
The League of Independent Theater (LIT) is a non-profit advocacy organization for the creators and practitioners of Independent theater in New York City. The League was formed to protect and ensure the interests of those who work in this territory, and to unify the voice of all those working in independent theater in New York City.