LOVE & INFORMATIONBy Caryl ChurchillDirected by: Mary WorkmanThursday, May 11, 7:30 pmFriday, May 12, 3 pm and 7:30 pmLove and Information is a fast-moving kaleidoscope of scenes with more than a hundred characters trying to find meaning...
For over fifty years the T. Schreiber Studio for Theatre & Film has been bringing together actors and audiences. We nurture new voices in theatre and provide
performance opportunities for actors, directors, and playwrights.
2023 SCHREIBER SHORTS
We’re Back and We’re on THEATRE ROW!
June 8 through June 11, 2023
410 West 42nd Street
Join us as we welcome back LIVE THEATRE on Theatre Row with our 7th annual 10-minute short play festival. 17 actors, 7 playwrights, 5 directors. 5 PERFORMANCES ONLY.
Albert Wants a Shirt by Tiffa Foster
A romance character takes his author to go see a therapist in hopes that she’ll let him wear a shirt every once in awhile.
Directed by Todd Peters starring Sergio Acevedo, Elizabeth Reed, Lexy Stork
What Love Must Be by Franky Gonzalez
A man and woman eating dinner confront each other about an affair the other must be having but as time passes; the truth becomes increasingly more vague.
Directed by Todd Peters starring Emilly Bènami, Logan Slater
Julie-Esque by Ashley Lauren Rogers
A young trans college student is having trouble portraying “the role of most young women’s dreams,” Juliet, and is being coached by her older co-star.
Directed by Gillian Riley Nogeire starring Steven Lamont, Tommie Q Dinh
She Came Back by William Robert Carey
On a rainy night, a mother awakens to a knock at the door and discovers her missing teenage daughter has returned, something isn’t quite right about this homecoming.
Directed by Peter Jensen starring Jill Bianchi, Laura Paganello
Who the Hell is Mirabel? by Jeanette Cronin
A woman wakes up with an empty head and searches the room for her missing mind.
Directed by Peter Jensen starring Jeanette Cronin
Choices by James McLindon
In this comedy, a debtor burdened by crushing student loans is offered a way out … but is the deal too good to be true?
Directed by Jake Turner starring Godfrey Moye, Brian Dole
Wait, What? by Tiffa Foster
A young woman takes an intense interest in a middle-aged man while in a waiting room of an STD clinic.
Directed by Maisa Chiang starring Flannery Bogost, Jonathan Desley, Melissa Fleming
Dream Talk by Emma Goldman-Sherman
We all need love. We all need to be seen. The talk the playwright needed.
Directed by Peter Jensen starring Flo Maier, Amy Lynn Yoon Sheehan
During our quarantine from the Coronavirus, there have been many questions you’ve wanted answers to. Jeffrey takes your top 5 questions and gives you his best take on the answers. Find out what the most asked question is and then...
A WORKSHOP PRODUCTION OF THE WINNER OF OUR 2017-2018 NEW WORKS INITIATIVE: Join us for a FREE workshop production at T. Schreiber! What Happened That Night, written by Lia Romero, directed by Crystal Edn Synopsis: Jenna and Kate are best...
Congratulations to the cast of In Loco Parentis, by Adam Kraar, directed by Joan Kane; the first in a series of four staged readings in our New Works Initiative’s 2018/2019 Season. At a co-ed boarding school during the Vietnam War, tea...
Julia Garner, TSS alum, has been getting incredible reviews for her work on Ozark. We could not be happier for her success! Julia came to T. Schreiber Studio as a teen seeking to overcome her shyness through acting instruction. Sh...
We are so proud of TSS alum Julia Garner! Julia worked with Peter Miner during her time at T. Schreiber Studio and continues to work with Pam Scott both on and off the set of Ozark. Take the time to read this amazing interview Julia...
Congratulations to TSS faculty member Pam Scott on the success of her show All The King’s Horses, which she both wrote and directed. The production features TSS Alumni Erika Longo (Patty) and Gregg Prosser (Richie) as well as Kerry Mc...
Join us on June 23rd for the latest reading in our New Works Initiative, TEACH written by Donna Hoke and directed by Gregg Wiggans. There are two opportunities to hear this new work: 2pm and 7pm. While tickets are free, you must RSVP ...
Join us on June Saturday, 23rd for the latest reading in our New Works Initiative, TEACH written by Donna Hoke and directed by Gregg Wiggans. There are two opportunities to hear this new work: 2pm and 7pm. While tickets are free, you m...