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Coming Up: Café Play, September 16 - October 28, 2018

Don't miss your second chance to see Café Play following its limited run last fall Off-Off Broadway. Café Play transforms The Cornelia Street Café into an immersive and interactive wonderland. Offering a unique glimpse into the lives of New Yorkers – from the waitress to the cockroach to the teacup on the table – Café Play runs the gamut from the hilarious to the profound and transformative. Audiences enjoy a three-course dinner during the show (included in the ticket price) to fully immerse themselves in the world of the café.

Named 'One of the Best Off-Off Broadway Shows in NYC by Time Out New York, Café Play has been called "a genuine exploration of the way we live now that offers plenty of laughs, charming innovation, aching vulnerability, and the bite of incisive social satire" (No Proscenium)


April 18, 2018

Erin spoke with Jose Solís of the maxamoo podcast about about This Is Not A Theatre Company's mission, workshops, and productions including Pool Play, Cafe Play, and Subway Play

October 31, 2017

Erin sat down with Michael Lueger of Howlround's Theatre History Podcast for a two-part series on theatre in India. Part 1introduces us to the world of kutiyattam, a particular way of performing Sanskrit drama in the southern Indian region of Kerala, which keeps bringing classical Sanskrit plays back to life thousands of years after they were first performed.

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November 7, 2017

Erin sat down with Michael Lueger of Howlround's Theatre History Podcast for a two-part series on theatre in India. In Part 2, Erin and Michael discuss the more recent history of Indian theatre, including talk about how British colonialism, independence, and contemporary debates about gender and sexuality have shaped its development over the past century.

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June 29, 2017

Get to know This Is Not A Theatre Company in a Meet the Theatre video from Theatre Development Fund.

March 23, 2017

Erin discusses Pool Play 2.0 on the Go See a Show! Podcast. Topics include: our nation’s complicated history with public water, inspiration from your exercise routine, choreography in water, getting onlookers intrigued, rehearsing with lap-swimmers, audience reactions to truly “immersive” theatre, and how (& why) to hook up a deal with a unique performance space.

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November 7, 2017

Zay Amsbury from No Proscenium's New York team interviews Erin about her immersive work and transforming public spaces into performance venues through unconventional means.

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