Our new digital platform, Ars Nova Supra, is home to most of our 2020-21 season offerings! Tune in for premieres created specifically for streaming, available live and on-demand with a $15/month, cancel-anytime subscription. Commitment-phobic? Single tix are just $5-10.
Through year-round programming, the Ars Nova Hub bustles with comedy, music and theater artists testing out new ideas in front of adventurous audiences.
In 2019, we expanded into the historic, 199-seat Greenwich House Theater in Manhattan’s West Village, giving us a new home for our Off-Broadway productions, and ensuring we can support the ambitions of our artists and meet audience demand as our community continues to grow.
Launched in our 2020-21 season, Ars Nova Experiences features new forms of physical and off-screen happenings that keep you safe and connected to theater. Our experimental foray began November 2020 with the durational theatrical piece P.S..
Ars Nova gets to know a wide range of artists each year by inviting them into our home and giving them free reign of our toys. See who’s caught our eye in these one-night-only performances!
Our untamed monthly variety-show-meets-party is guest-hosted by one of our favorite comedians and features a who’s-who of the weird and wonderful — performing comedy to burlesque and everything (and anything) in between.
Each season, we produce two world premiere, Off-Broadway productions of original, innovative projects that have been radically supported through our development programs.
Ars Nova is committed to launching our artists just as far and wide as their big ideas can take them—including Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 on Broadway; the international tour of Underground Railroad Game; and the upcoming Broadway production of KPOP.
Emily Abrams| Artistic Fellow
Renee Blinkwolt | Producing Executive Director
Immi Chaudry | Executive Assistant
Nicosie Christophe | Theater Management Fellow
Jason Eagan | Founding Artistic Director
Devin Fletcher | Interim Executive & Producing Assistant
Diego Alejandro González | Marketing Associate
Mac Ingram | Associate Executive Director
Kisha Jarrett | People and Culture Director
Simon Lass | Technical Director
Jes Levine | Director of Production & Facilities
Gale Linares | House Manager
MJ Lugo | House Manager
Fernando Masterson | Marketing Director
Edward Medina | Operation & Facilities Assistant
Ryan James Monroe | Facilities Manager
Andrew Neisler | Interim Associate Artistic Director
Al Parker | House Manager
Kris Pritchard | Production Manager
Taylor Rey | House Manager
Makayla Salas | Development Assistant
Justin Samoy | Individual Giving & Special Events Manager
Eric Shethar | Head of Artistic Programs
Tina Simpson | House Manager
Cindy Tsai | Development Fellow
Kai Tu | Management Assistant
Kate Weber | Interim Business Manager
Casey York | Managing Officer
Kayla Zanakis| Marketing Fellow
Ben Arons | Company Photographer
Jason P. Baruch, Sendroff & Baruch LLP | Legal
Rich & Bander, LLP | Accounting
Steven Dalton | IT Consultant
Maura Donnelly & Parr | Insurance
John Wyszniewski, Everyman Agency | Public Relations
Oratorio for Living Things Photography & Art by Marc Bovino & Joe Curnutte
Alisa Lessing, Chair
Jenny Steingart, Founding Chair, Co-Founder
Dana Kirchman, Vice Chair
Judy Bedol, Secretary
Jason Kemper, Treasurer
Renee Blinkwolt, Producing Executive Director
Jason Eagan, Founding Artistic Director
Mei Lin Kwan-Gett
Jon Steingart, Director Emeritus, Co-Founder
Robin Lord Taylor
Legacy: a Black Queer Production Collective
River L. Ramirez
Garrett David Kim
Johnny G. Lloyd
Mara Vélez Meléndez
Guadalís Del Carmen, David Mendizábal, Joél Peréz & Emma Ramos
Michelle J. Rodriguez
Chase Doggett, Makasha Copeland & Gabrielle Silva
Mahayla Laurence, Camp Co-Program Director
Matt Gehring, Camp Co-Program Director
On The Rocks Theatre Co.
Kevin Armento & Sammy Miller
Michael Breslin & Patrick Foley
James & Jerome
Antoinette Chinonye Nwandu
On The Rocks Theatre Co.