A SEASON OF CONNECTION. This year we're proud to present a season of plays celebrating the ties that bind. This fall, we present Steven Dietz's seminal play, Lonely Planet. Steven's play is a beautiful testament to the value of friendship in the midst of a crisis. In the spring, we will present A.R. Gurney's Later Life, our third Gurney play in Keen's history after producing The Dining Room in 2008 and The Old Boy in 2013. While we mourn the recent passing of our dear friend and collaborator, we are honored to be able to reunite with his deeply human characters in a story of lost love, told with Pete's singular theatrical flair. We hope you'll join us for another season at The Clurman for two intimate stories exploring our need to connect.

 
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Jonathan Silverstein,
Artistic Director


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The 2018 Keen Teens Festival of New Work
May 11th – 13th, 2018

Keen Teens, now in its 12th Year, is an educational outreach program providing free mentorship to teens and raising the quality of plays written for high school students by commissioning work from professional playwrights. Join us for a week-long presentation of three new one-act plays staring teens from all five boroughs! 

Keen on New Work Reading Series

The Keen Playwrights Lab, now in its 4th Year, features Julia Jordan, Andrea Thome, and Stefanie Zadravec. Under the leadership of our Director of New Work, writers spend January through December working on new plays inspired by Keen's mission. Developmental readings, open to industry and the public, will take place in December 2017.

18th Annual Benefit Gala

We’re all grown up! Celebrate with us in May 2018.