Posted by Erin Treadway on March 5, 2016
We are excited to have Lianne Kennedy and Charles Quittner working with us on The Dudleys! this year. Lianne is a recent transplant from Scotland with an enormous amount of experience making theatre happen. Charles knows just about everyone in the downtown theatre scene — I mean EVERYONE. Both Lianne and Charles bring incredible passion […]
Posted by Steven Gridley on December 31, 2015
Loading Dock’s production of Ms. Julie, Asian Equities, was put on Broadwayworld.com’s “Best Of” list for 2015! Big thanks to everybody who made this show possible. I’ll never forget running the sound design from my bed. Cush.
Posted by Steven Gridley on September 30, 2015
The NY Innovative Theatre Awards took place on Sept 21st and Twelfth Labor came away with a win! Congrats to Carolyn Mraz for winning Outstanding Set Design! A big thanks also to Justin Cox, the props designer, who contributed a good deal to the overall look and success of the set design. We are very […]
Posted by Erin Treadway on July 23, 2015
We are proud to announce that our production of The Twelfth Labor was nominated for 4 New York Innovative Theare Awards for 2015. Outstanding Set Design – Carolyn Mraz Outstanding Lighting Design – Simon Cleveland Outstanding Director – Matt Torney Outstanding Premier Production – The Twelfth Labor This is our second production to receive multiple nominations for […]
Posted by Erin Treadway on August 24, 2014
So we’ve launched our Indie-go-go campaign to raise $1million for world peace! Not really. Just trying to raise $3thousand for our production. Right Here This show is a biggie and it’s very, very special. For those willing to go on the journey, the play takes you to unexpected places. It’s just a family drama, happening on […]
Posted by Steven Gridley on July 26, 2014
Guys, don’t get distracted by the fire and big puffy muscles. The Twelfth Labor has muscles too! But ours are wiry and cranky and stubborn as muscles were supposed to be! We’re working on adding fire to the show but NYC is so lame about “fire safety”. I know. If Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson […]
Posted by Erin Treadway on July 25, 2014
We were a bit nervous about working with a child actor– especially one that hadn’t really done much acting before. This is a serious play, with complex emotional characters. And for the most part, they ain’t happy. You can’t exactly talk to a child actor as you would an adult — making suggestions, planting seeds, […]
Posted by Erin Treadway on July 10, 2014
Filming shots of an old barn in the country for the promo video. Was primarily worried about snakes in the tall grass — completely forgot about bugs. Between the navel and the upper thigh I counted 58 bites. Yum. But it was worth it!