Voice Theatre’s 2020 Season


New York City

LEGACY by Shauna Kanter

NYC Venue: Arts at St. John’s
218 West 11th Street (just west of 7th Ave)
April 29 & 30, May 7
All performances postponed – due to Covid-19

**Additional dates and venue to be announced**

Legacy Project in-school Workshops & Refugee Workshops
March 25 – May 8  canceled

Voice Workshops
3/29, 4/26, 5/24, 6/28  canceled – standby for updates


Summer Youth Workshop
July 13 – July 26  canceled 
NEW Venue: Utopia Studios, The Bearville Arts Complex, Woodstock, NY

PlayFest: Six Plays Walk into a Bar
The Colony, Opens September 13


Restorative Justice Teen Workshops
September 15 – October 15


Zoom Presentations
Monthly through December


Voice Theatre Zoom Season

Voice Theatre’s Zoom Season 2020

Live Stream Performances

OUR TOWN by Thornton Wilder
April 24 & 25 

FUDDY MEERS by David Lindsay-Abaire
May 30

ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE by Henrik Ibsen/Adaptation Arthur Miller
June 26 & 27

I HATE HAMLET by Paul Rudnick
July 24 & 25

COVID PAGES presented by VT’s Acting Class
August 22 


A CHRISTMAS CAROL by Charles Dickens
December 12

Zoom Acting Classes

Saturdays – 1-3pm (EST)
Registration / Info: info@voicetheatre.org


Beginner Acting Classes on Zoom with Shauna Kanter

Due to Covid 19 Voice Theatre’s acting classes have moved online.

Join us for the new space and time! Wednesdays 6-8pm

To register/ more info email: Shauna@voicetheatre.org or call 917 494 6273




Covid-19 alert all performances postponed and workshops canceled

written and directed by Shauna Kanter

NYC: Arts at St. John’s
218 West 11th St. (just west of 7th Ave.)

April 29 & 30
May 7th 
 -all performances postponed
*Additional dates and venue to be announced

NYC: Legacy Project In-school Workshops & Refugee Workshops
March 25 – May 8

Berlin 1939 and America today.

Legacy is based on the true story of a young American who rescues a Jewish photo-journalist and her children out of Germany. This suspenseful escape is pierced by stories of today’s refugees.

Legacy reminds us that one person can always make a difference.