Bedlam

Bedlam is a NYC-based not-for-profit theater company under the leadership of artistic director Eric Tucker and managing director Kimberly Pau Boston. Founded in 2012, Bedlam received instant recognition for its production of George Bernard Shaw’s Saint Joan, in which only four actors played over 25 characters. Additional past shows include Sense & Sensibility, Peter Pan, The Seagull, Dead Dog Park, New York Animals, Hamlet and two productions of Twelfth Night that ran in rep with each other. Bedlam’s productions have been noted as Ben Brantley’s Critics’ Picks for The New York Times on six occasions, and been included on The New York Times’ Top Ten Best Show Lists twice, as well as those of The Wall Street Journal and Time Magazine. The Wall Street Journal also named Eric Tucker Director of the Year in 2014. Bedlam has won three IRNE Awards, two Off-Broadway Alliance Awards and an Obie Grant. Bedlam has also been nominated for two Lucille Lortel awards, a Drama League award and five Elliot Norton awards, winning for Outstanding Visiting Production and Best Ensemble for Saint Joan and Outstanding Visiting Production for Outstanding Visiting Production for Twelfth Night and What You Will. Bedlam also offers a free veteran outreach program and adult education workshops in acting, producing and directing. bedlam.org

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