Gallery at Home Season 54


The Actor's Toolkit

An acting course for those who are curious, have aspirations to perform, or would like to continue to hone their skills. Get first-hand practice and insight into the acting process through a series of games, improvs, writings, and exercises. More…

How to Do Shakespeare

Broadway actor, Dominic Cuskern, teaches students how to tackle Shakespearean technique, applying it to a monologue and working together on A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Great as a starter kit for beginners or as a refresher course for experienced actors. More…

Broadway Backstage: A Musical Theatre History Seminar

Learn about the inner workings of well-known musicals and discuss their importance in theatre history in this weekly series. Led by theatre scholar, Barrie Gelles, course materials will include archival photographs, videos, and scripts. More…

Shakespeare Scene Study

Through exercises and scene work, actors will learn to fully bring alive Shakespeare’s characters. In addition, actors will be reminded how to use Shakespeare’s words and internal directions to achieve their objectives. More…

Audition Skills

Improve your audition skills and expand your repertoire in preparation for theaters reopening. This six-week class will focus on selecting and rehearsing contrasting monologues, improving cold-reading skills, and tips on how to present yourself and your work in the audition room. More…
 


 

In Memoriam: Timothy Sheridan


Gallery remembers the life of a cherished friend and associate. More…
 


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“Broadway in Brooklyn” Since 1967!

Gallery Players is Brooklyn’s premier Off-Off Broadway theater. Beloved on both sides of the Brooklyn Bridge, this “little theater that could” is located in one of Brooklyn’s most popular neighborhoods, Park Slope. Recipient of the Off-Off Broadway Review’s 2000 Award for Lifetime Achievement and numerous New York Innovative Theatre Awards. Gallery Players is dedicated to producing classic and contemporary plays and musicals as well as premiering new works; nurturing and providing opportunities for theater artists; bringing professional-quality theater to Brooklyn audiences at an affordable cost; and instilling the appreciation of theater in future generations. Gallery’s season comprises three plays and three musicals, the annual Black Box New Play Festival, Players’ Shakespeare, and Overtures: A New Musical Reading Series.

From the Gallery Players Stage