Mission Statement:
new theater house (nth) is an ensemble of theater artists dedicated to redefining the methods of collaboration in the American theater. Our ensemble is comprised of actors, designers, writers and directors who cross-pollinate disciplines in order to impart individual artistic ownership over all aspects of the production from start to finish. Our work is based in the Essence Piece Process -- individually created solo performances that explode the physical, visual, and aural landscapes of a play. These pieces become the shared artistic vocabulary for our rehearsal processes and for our productions. We believe theater to be a collective vision, first within our company and then with our audiences. We strive to build work that is visceral, expressive, and unrestrained to share in conversation with a growing new national audience.

Who is new theater house?
new theater house (nth) is an ensemble of theater artists who came together as students at the Yale School of Drama. Past nth projects include The Whale Play by Victor I. Cazares and Eurydice (Amherst College Residencies), Twelfth Night, or What You Will (in collaboration with actors at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival), and The Ghost Sonata (Yale School of Drama). nth artists have individual professional careers in the American theater, while the company provides a home base for experimentation, redefinition, and in-depth collaboration. In addition to ongoing work with our ensemble, nth company members have worked with theaters all over the country including the Signature Theater Company and Second Stage Theatre (Off Broadway), Shakespeare in the Park (the Public Theater), Yale Repertory Theatre, The Guthrie Theatre, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Centerstage, American Conservatory Theater, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, California Shakespeare Theater, San Jose Repertory, The Magic Theatre and Cincinnati Playhouse.

Where is new theater house?
nth artists live all over the country -- New York, Oregon, Maryland, Massachusetts, Texas -- and that's only the beginning. As the world expands and paths of communication shorten, the variety of perspectives our diverse lives offer helps to inform the breadth of the work we strive to create.