Classic Repertory Company, New Rep’s flagship educational outreach program, brings professional productions of classic and modern works of relevant literature to schools, colleges, and community centers throughout New England. Classic Repertory Company aims to elevate these great works from the page to the stage, bringing clarity of thought, language, and storytelling to these rich texts and complex characters.
Our touring productions include every aspect of the theatrical productions: the cast, crew, set, costumes, props, and sound. In addition, CRC provides study guides and post-performance talkback discussions with the cast. Further, CRC offers theatrical workshops allowing audiences to expand their understanding of literature, text, language, and collaboration.
New Rep’s CLASSIC REPERTORY COMPANY is produced in cooperation with Boston University.
Funded in part by generous individual contributors, Massachusetts Cultural Council and local cultural councils, Roy A. Hunt Foundation, Fuller Foundation, Watertown Community Foundation, and the Foundation for MetroWest.
DAN ANDERSON makes his New Repertory Theatre debut. Recent credits include Speak About It, a performance based presentation about consent and sexual assault prevention; Much Ado About Nothing (The Bay Colony Shakespeare Company); and The Love of the Nightingale (Emerson Stage). Dan received his BFA in Acting from Emerson College. Originally from New Jersey, he resides in Dorchester.
MIGUEL FANA makes his New Repertory Theatre debut. Recent work includes the Tempest Trials Shakespeare competition, Twelfth Night, Ted 2, and the Woody Allen Summer Project. He is a recent Music and Performing Arts graduate from University of Massachusetts Boston, where he received the Departmental Distinction Award in Performing Arts. He is a member of SAG-AFTRA. Originally from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, he
resides in Lynn.
WILL MADDEN returns to New Rep’s Classic Repertory Company after performing in the summer 2014 tour of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Recent credits include Dunsinane, A Doll House, and A Lie of the Mind (Boston University). Film work includes Confusion Through Sand, (notes) On Biology, and Euphonia (ornana films). Will earned a BFA in Acting from Boston University, and studied at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts, where he played Brutus in Julius Caesar. Originally from Peachtree City, GA, Will currently resides in Somerville.
WYNDHAM MAXWELL makes his New Repertory Theatre debut. In Worcester, he most recently performed in ……like sisters (Clark University). Film credits include Collie Rottweiler and the Hangaround Kid (Vermont Center for Digital Arts). Wyndham earned his BA in Theater Arts at Clark University. Originally from Vermont, he resides in Brighton.
CESAR MUÑOZ makes his New Repertory Theatre debut. Recent area credits include Talk to at Me (Sleeping Weazel), The Listener, Lizzie Bright and the Buckminster Boy, and The Winter’s Tale (Emerson Stage). Film credits include industrial work in the Boston area, along with involvement in a statewide campaign for Mississippi Mental Health Association. Cesar earned a BFA in Acting from Emerson College. Cesar is originally from Mississippi.
HAYLEY SHERWOOD makes her New Repertory Theatre debut. Recent area credits include Macbeth, A Delicate Balance, and Romeo and Juliet (Boston University); and and now I only dance at weddings (Williamstown Theatre Festival). Hayley earned her BFA in Theatre Arts from Boston University and has studied with the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts and Upright Citizen’s Brigade. Originally from San Diego, she resides in Somerville.
KRISTIAN SORENSEN returns to New Rep’s Classic Repertory Company after performing in the summer 2014 tour of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Other Boston area credits include the DJ in The Donkey Show (American Repertory Theatre). University credits: Prep in Columbinus, Shogun’s Mother/Abe in Pacific Overtures, and Ned Weeks in The Normal Heart. Kristian earned his BFA in acting from Boston University’s School of Theatre. He also spent a semester studying physical acting at L’Accademia Dell’Arte in Arezzo, Italy. Originally from Santa Barbara, he resides in Somerville.
|Thursday, October 23, 2014||7:30pm||Boston University Theatre - Of Mice and Men|
|Monday, October 27, 2014||7:30pm||Arsenal Center for the Arts - Of Mice and Men|
|Saturday, March 15, 2014||7:30pm||Arsenal Center for the Arts - Macbeth|
Whether New Rep’s Classic Repertory Company comes to you, or your group visits New Rep’s Weekday Matinee Performances at our theatres in Watertown, MA, we offer a variety of educational workshops to enhance the theatre experience.
TRYING ON SHAKESPEARE
Participants will learn to embody the language of Shakespeare by understanding the importance the Bard gives to image, gut response, emotional content, and clarity of thought. Through scene study and practical exercise, participants will gain greater understanding of Shakespeare’s texts.
In a “marathon” approach, participants will create an original piece of live theatre. In collaboration, the group will brainstorm/pick a topic, discuss/choose a theme, and develop a story line with characters, culminating in a short play.
DESIGN YOUR OWN WORKSHOP
Our Classic Repertory Company can help design a specific workshop experience to support your curriculum or audience needs.