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Malaparte (theater company)

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Formation  1991; 26 years ago (1991)
Type  Non-profit theatre company
Location  New York City, New York, United States

Malaparte was an American non-profit theater company based in New York City, New York.

History

It was founded by a group of actors including Ethan Hawke and Steve Zahn in 1991. Hawke wound the group up in 2000 to give the actors time to bring up their families.

Productions include:

A Joke

  • adapted from Ma non e una cosa seria by Luigi Pirandello by Keith Bunin; directed by Keith Bunin
  • with Kevin Breznahan, Cara Buono, Nadia Dajani, Josh Hamilton, Ethan Hawke, Linda Larkin, Cynthia Nixon, Austin Pendleton, Jonathan Marc Sherman and Jose Zuniga
  • produced by Ami Armstrong
  • October 9–31, 1992 (Sanford Meisner Theatre)
  • Wild Dogs!

  • by Daniel Rubin; directed by Ethan Hawke
  • with Amelia Campbell, Isabel Gillies, Josh Hamilton, Jenny Robertson, Jonathan Marc Sherman and Steve Zahn
  • produced by Ami Armstrong
  • December 1993 (Theatre Row Theatre)
  • Acoustic Night

  • (a coffeehouse)
  • December 21, 1993 (Theatre Row Theatre)
  • Good Evening

  • by Dudley Moore and Peter Cook; directed by James Waterston
  • with Robert Sean Leonard and Frank Whaley
  • produced by Ami Armstrong
  • December 30–31, 1993 (Theatre Row Theatre)
  • Sons and Fathers

  • by Jonathan Marc Sherman; directed by Nicholas Martin
  • with Calista Flockhart, Peter Frechette, Josh Hamilton, Ethan Hawke and Jenny Robertson
  • produced by Ami Armstrong
  • January 1994 (Theatre Row Theatre)
  • It Changes Every Year

  • by Jon Robin Baitz; directed by Nicholas Martin
  • with Brooks Ashmanskas, Linda Atkinson, Nadia Dajani, Dana Ivey and Steve Zahn
  • produced by Ami Armstrong
  • January 1994 (Theatre Row Theatre)
  • Veins and Thumbtacks

  • by Jonathan Marc Sherman; directed by Ethan Hawke
  • with Nicole Burdette, Lynn Cohen, Jenny Matthews, Jenny Robertson, Callie Thorne, Matthew Weiss, Frank Whaley and Jose Zuniga
  • October 1994 (Theatre Row Theatre)
  • Hesh

  • by Matthew Weiss; directed by Frank Pugliese
  • with Nadia Dajani, Ned Eisenberg, Ethan Hawke, Frank Whaley and Missy Yager
  • November 1994 (Theatre Row Theatre)
  • 'The Great Unwashed

  • by Nicole Burdette; directed by Max Mayer
  • with Lynn Cohen, Peter Frechette, Ethan Hawke, Robert Sean Leonard, Nick Phelps, Martha Plimpton, Jenny Robertson, Jonathan Marc Sherman and Frank Whaley
  • November 18 – December 4, 1994 (Theatre Row Theatre)
  • References

    Malaparte (theater company) Wikipedia


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