"Bliss" and "The Garden Party" by Katherine Mansfield
“The play was EXCELLENT! Your actors did their parts well! Your direction and artistry mattered a lot . . . Congratulations. The experience in the theater opened a new perspective for our ESL students in line with theater and the English language."
Thank you very much . . .
Teacher Sheepshead Bay High School
“"I am writing to thank you on behalf of my students and myself for the performance of The Picture of Dorian Gray we saw on Thursday evening. My students couldn't stop thanking me on the way home. They really enjoyed the play and it gave me several lessons for conversations on why the play appeals to theater-goers today, although it was written in 1900, and to have them write their written reactions. ”
Sharon B. Montoya, Instructor
LIU Intensive Program
Educational Theater of New York is committed to presenting original, unusual, and thought provoking theater with the highest level of acting and directing to high school students, students of English as a Second Language, and the general public as well.
It’s important to us to find the best literary work, to develop and create the performances we produce for the immigrant community, so that they can be integrated in our cultural environment.
Selecting the Play
The Gioconda Smile by Aldous Huxley
The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber by Ernest Hemingway