To ensure a separation of powers, the U.S. Federal Government is made up of three branches: legislative, executive, and judicial. When authority runs amok, the ultimate check is the American citizen. Beginning at 8PM on Saturday, June 1 and continuing for 24 hours...read more
FEAST: Every Year I Grow Again In conjunction with the world premiere of Evanston Salt Costs Climbing at White Heron Theatre Company, New Neighborhood will launch FEAST: Every Year I Grow Again, an interactive dining experience created by Listen&Breathe, at...read more
BYWAYZ with Randy Roads a blues-rock soundscape in odd-time written and performed by actor/musician/composer L P f u n K Invited Presentation: Monday, November 20, 2017, 3PM Theater 80 St. Mark’s 80 St. Mark’s Place (between 1st and 2nd Avenues), New...read more
New Neighborhood is headed to Central Vermont to work on Invictus Mingus by Frank Harts, at Fuller Road Artist Residency May 23-29, 2017, with Jackson Gay, Nicholas Hussong, and actor/writer Tomas Nieboer! About Invictus Mingus (working title) It’s 1966....read more
New Neighborhood kicks off 2017 with two plays running simultaneously in Washington, D.C., the acclaimed first season of “The Exorcist” on Fox-TV with another show in development, and its first album out now with its second one dropping...read more
NEW NEIGHBORHOOD presents The Petersons in The Petersons Go Spelunking! June 20, 2016 at The Cutting Room NYC!
Following the sold-out show of The Petersons! In the Bleak Mid-Winter—on an unseasonably warm night this past February—NEW NEIGHBORHOOD presents the return engagement of The Petersons at New York City’s The Cutting Room (44 East 32nd Street). THE PETERSONS GO...read more
NEW NEIGHBORHOOD and RATTLESTICK PLAYWRIGHTS THEATER present a reading of The Refuge Plays Trilogy February 19!
The Refuge Plays are the story of an eccentric and mystically inclined Black family, traced through four generations, as they carve out an existence for themselves in a southern Illinois forest.read more
This was my third time visiting the Humana Festiva in Louisville, Kentucky, and the place is so hospitable and generous that they really make you feel a part of their community, no matter how many miles you’ve traveled or how long you happen to be there for. Still, it...read more