Since 1947, The Living Theatre has created an imaginative alternative to the commercial stage by using the theatre to further social change. Active members of The Living Theatre troupe run The Living Theatre Workshops, offering theater training that can help foster change within the groups we work with.
(News article by Callie Livengood) Nearly 20 Mount Union students spent last week rehearsing and learning first hand from The Living Theatre Workshops co-founders Jerry Goralnick and Lois Kagan
During the workshop, Living Theatre actors and student participants worked together to create the performance and spent countless hours rehearsing. The Kershaw Lecture performance of this play, A Day in the Life of the City, was performed on Sunday, March 21. (Read MORE)
The Living Theatre Workshops have made theatre come alive for hundreds since it began in 2002. We have helped create acclaimed work at Vassar and Skidmore colleges, the Boston Conservatory as well as Boston College, and more.
But we also work with high school kids and old folks, as well as special needs groups.
Have a question about how we do what we do? Please visit our contact page to leave a message!
The Living Theatre is an American theatre company founded in 1947 and based in New York City. It is the oldest experimental theatre group in the United States.For most of its earlier years, it was led by its founders, actress Judith Malina and painter/poet Julian Beck. The Living Theatre and its founders were the subject of the 1983 documentary 'Signals Through The Flames'.
We have lots of rare videos and photos taken of the troupe over the years. Follow the links to access that!