May 31, 2008: Come see Lady of Copper at The Algonquin Theater in New York City. Two shows – 11am & 2pm.
April 18, 2008: Lady of Copper begins its spring tour on May 9, 2008 in North Bellmore, New York.
April 15-17, 2008: Celebrate Immigrant Heritage Week by attending a concert reading of Liberty, The Musical at The Algonquin Theater, NYC.
March 1, 2008: Theater Garden’s Third Annual Chinese Banquet, April 5, 2008.
February 20, 2008: First Lady opens March 10, 2008 in Northport, New York.
December 18, 2007: Road To Freedom opens January 17, 2008 in Greenwich, Connecticut.
November 20, 2007: Theater Garden’s Third Annual Chinese Banquet April 5, 2008.
October 9, 2007: Attend a staged reading of Liberty, The Musical, November 2 & 6, 2007.
October 5, 2007: Theater Garden’s CASA grant from the Department of Youth & Community Development has been renewed for its third year. Theater Garden will again offer after-school theater programs to students in Washington Heights.
August 16, 2007:The NYC Department of Cultural Affairs increases funding to Theater Garden for the third year in a row.
June 4 , 2007: The cast of the fall production of Liberty, The Musical visits M&I Studios in Manhattan to record the show.
May 9, 2007: Lady of Copper, the musical story of The Statue of Liberty & immigration begins its spring tour in Ridgefield, Connecticut.
March 3, 2007: Theater Garden’s Second Annual Chinese Banquet is a huge success!
February 23, 2007: The NYC Department of Cultural Affairs honors Theater Garden by more than doubling their funding to us for 2007. This increased DCA grant will help us bring more of our original curriculum-based programs to students in the most underserved communities.
February 1, 2007: Theater Garden’s Second Annual Chinese Banquet is scheduled for March 3.
January 11, 2007: Theater Garden’s Road To Freedom launches it’s fourth season in East Setauket, NY.
November 23, 2006: Thanks to all our supporters who gave generously during our special Thanksgiving Fundraiser!
October 20, 2006: How Many Days? Just ONE! Enough For All, The Musical Story of the First Shared Thanksgiving, has only one date still available for 2006, Wednesday, November 29. Preferred booking in Westchester or Connecticut.
September 19, 2006: Enough For All, The Musical Story of the First Shared Thanksgiving, is almost SOLD OUT. Limited dates still available for 2006.
September 15, 2006: Theater Garden’s CASA grant from the Department of Youth & Community Development has been renewed for its second year. Starting in October, Theater Garden will again offer after-school theater programs to students in Washington Heights.
July 4, 2006: A PIP Production of Liberty, The Musical is scheduled for October at The Workshop Theater Company, NYC.
June 2, 2006: SIN TECHO or WITHOUT A ROOF, a Homeless Hip-Hopera Groove, will be performed on Friday, June 2nd at 7:00 pm at the Mirabal Sisters Campus, NYC.
April 27, 2006: Lady of Copper, the musical story of The Statue of Liberty & immigration begins its spring tour in Newtown, Connecticut.
March 3, 2006: First Lady opens its second season! The tri-state tour begins in Greenlawn, Long Island.
February 15, 2006: Theater Garden is awarded grants from The Department of Cultural Affairs in New York City and from the NYC Department of Youth and Community Development. The DYCD Grant will allow Theater Garden to offer educational workshops in partnership with The Children’s Aid Society at I.S. 90 in Washington Heights.
February 11, 2006: Theater Garden’s Chinese Banquet is a huge success!
January, 2006: Join us for special evening of food & entertainment! Theater Garden’s Chinese Banquet is Saturday, February 11th.
January, 2006: The Road to Freedom, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr & The Civil Rights Movement launches its third season! The tri-state tour begins in North Babylon, Long Island.
November, 2005: Enough For All is SOLD OUT for 2005. Theater Garden’s musical about the first shared Thanksgiving is sold out for 2005.
September, 2005: Theater Garden Goes Equity! After much anticipation, Theater Garden signs on with Actors Equity Association.