Thursday, 12 March 2020 by

To the friends of the Gerald W. Lynch Theater, The health and safety of our visitors, staff, and community at large is our priority. We are following government recommendations in response to increasing health concerns regarding the COVID-19 health emergency. The spring events in the GWL Theater have been cancelled or postponed. We are working

IMPRESSIONS: Gabrielle Lamb/Pigeonwing Dance’s “Plexus: a work in knots” at John Jay College as part of CUNY Dance Initiative   By Erin Bomboy/Follow @ErinBomboy on Twitter   February 7, 2020 Artistic Director/Choreographer: Gabrielle Lamb // Composer: James Budinich Costume Designer: Christine Darch // Lighting Designer: Barry Steele Performance: Cody Berkeley, Robin Cantrell, Giovanna Gamna, Tiffany

‘REV. 23’ was performed at the GWLT this Fall.  Click on the link to read article by the New York Times  

  Odds & Ends: Sierra Boggess & Gavin Lee to Star in Mr. Magoo’s Christmas Carol Benefit & More ODDS AND ENDS by Staff • Nov 20, 2019   Sierra Boggess & Gavin Lee (Photos: Caitlin McNaney & Emilio Madrid for Here’s a quick roundup of stories you might have missed today. Sierra Boggess &

  Review: All the World’s a Grave in the Druid ‘Richard III’ Garry Hynes’s visually hypnotic interpretation of the tale of the crookback who would be king sees medieval England as a cold slaughterhouse Aaron Monaghan is the embodiment of a bleak and ruthless world as the title character in “Richard III,” part of Lincoln

Read article at The New School’s College of Performing Arts Announces the Fall 2019 Season by BWW News Desk Sep. 24, 2019   Tweet Share      The New School’s College of Performing Arts (CoPA) announces its fall 2019 season highlights, featuring a series of exciting world premieres and newly commissioned works. Under the leadership of Executive Dean Richard Kessler, the

Read article at Erica Campbell named a Honoree for 2019 Salute Her Awards Tour

Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival presents THE BLACK CLOWN  The GWL Theater will be hosting Lincoln Center and Mostly Mozart At Lincoln Center presentation of BLACK CLOWN July 24th-27th at 7:30 pm.  CLASSIC ARTS NEWS  The July 2019 Classical Music Concerts to Attend in NYC BY BARRY SINGER JUL 01, 2019   Recommendations for the best classical