More Productions


<em>Seasons Greetings</em> Creekside Grill Theatre, Woodstock, NY” width=”150″ height=”150″></a><strong>SEASON’S GREETINGS</strong><br />
Written by Alan Ayckbourn<br />
Directed by Shauna Kanter<br />
Creekside Pub Theatre, Woodstock, NY</p>
<p>~<em>A sight-specific production of a delicious holiday romp of lunacy, fun and dysfunctional family celebrations.</em></p>
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<p><a href=<em>Lovers: Winners</em> Phoenicia International Festival of the Voice” width=”150″ height=”150″></a><strong>LOVERS: WINNERS</strong><br />
Written by Brian Friel<br />
Directed by Shauna Kanter<br />
Phoenicia International Festival of the Voice, Phoenicia, NY; Byrdcliffe Theater, Woodstock, NY</p>
<p>~<em>Set on a hillside overlooking their Irish village two young lovers, on the precipice of marriage, unknowingly spend their one last day together.</em></p>
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<p><a href=<em>Hay Fever</em> site-specific Woodstock, NY” width=”150″ height=”150″></a><strong>HAY FEVER</strong><br />
Written by Noel Coward<br />
Directed by Shauna Kanter<br />
Woodstock, NY</p>
<p>~<em>This ground-breaking, sight-specific production was presented in a living room in a country house in Woodstock, NY.<br />
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Written by Hanoch Levin
Directed by Shauna Kanter
59E59 Theatres, NYC



~”Voice Theatre’s uniquely stylized physical and vocal ensemble brought a distinct vision to this powerful universal story.” 
New York Times


Pushing Through 150PUSHING THROUGH
Written and Directed by Shauna Kanter
La Mama, NYC; Arches Theatre, Glasgow, Scotland; Theatre Workshop Edinburgh, Scotland; Columbia Festival of the Arts, Columbia, MD

~The ground breaking music theatre piece that brought together Palestinian and Israeli actors appearing on the same stage for the first time ever.


<em>Up Centre Between</em> by Robert Langdon Lloyd” width=”150″ height=”150″></a><strong>UP CENTRE BETWEEN</strong><br />
Written by Robert Langdon Lloyd<br />
Directed by Shauna Kanter<br />
KO Festival of the Arts, Amherst, MA</p>
<p>~<em>A one person show about an out of work actor creating a show for the fictitious Princess Maria-Grizelda Droutskoi and 100 of her closest friends in less than 24 hours.</em></p>
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<h4><strong>Additional Voice Theatre Productions</strong></h4>
<p><a href=Stage WarriorsThe Homecoming Project, a music theatre piece about an American developer who attempts to carve up a rural Scottish town entirely for profit. The themes of greed versus community were extremely potent in Columbia, Maryland – a planned and developed community; where the play was co-produced with the Columbia Festival of the Arts. The play was performed by an international cast and forty residents of Columbia.

Voice Theatre partnered with the Peres Centre for Peace, Tel Aviv, Israel and the Palestinian Regional Authority, Palestine to produce Warriors of Fate with actors from Palestine and Israel; performances took place in Palestine and Israel.

The Off–Off Broadway production of Our Country’s Good by Timberlake Wertenbaker at the CSV Cultural Center. The play is the story of convicts and British Royal Marines sent to Australia in the late 1780s as part of the first penal colony where they courageously created a play.

A Off-Off Broadway production of The Laramie Project at the Barrow Group Theater. The audience acted as witnesses in Voice Theatre’s promenade production which took place in this site specific space before it was the Barrow Group Theater.

TIMELINE of main stage Voice Theatre performances

The Skin of Our Teeth
  — Byrdcliffe Theater, Woodstock, NY

End Days
  — Byrdcliffe Theater, Woodstock, NY

Our Country’s Good
  — Byrdcliffe Theater, Woodstock, NY

Birds on a Wire
  — Byrdcliffe Theater, Woodstock, NY
  — Sanctuary Arts Initiative, New York City

Master Class
  — Phoenicia International Festival of the Voice, Phoenicia, NY

Season’s Greetings
  — Creekside Grill Theatre, Woodstock, NY
Lovers: Winners
  — Phoenicia International Festival of the Voice, Phoenicia, NY
  — Byrdcliffe Theater, Byrdcliffe Festival, Woodstock, NY

Gaza Monologues
  — United Nations & LA MAMA, NYC
  — Berman Center for the Arts, West Bloomfield, Detroit, MI
Hay Fever
  — Sight Specific Production, Woodstock, NY

Birds on a Wire
  — Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, Off-Broadway, NYC

  — 59E59 Theaters, Off-Broadway, NYC
Our Country’s Good
  — La Tea Theatre, CSV Cultural Center, NYC

Mamet Miller Dreaming
  — The Loft Theater, The Theater Building, NYC

The Laramie Project
  — The Loft Theater, The Theater Building, NYC
Legacy (The Gift)
  — T. Schreiber Studio, NYC

Warriors of Fate
  — Ashtar Theatre, Ramallah, Palestine
  — Ilana Goor Museum, Tel Aviv, Israel

  — Cockpit Theatre, London, UK

  — Musee de Resistance, Bordeaux, France
  — Olympia Theatre, Bordeaux, France
  — Salle des Fete, Libourn, France
  — Klecks Theater, Hannover, Germany

  — Shepard Festival, Battersea Arts Centre, London, UK

  — Bristol Old Vic Theatre, Bristol, UK

Pushing Through
  — Carver Center for the Arts, San Antonio, TX
The Homecoming Project
  — Columbia Festival of the Arts, Columbia, MD

The Homecoming Project
  — Circum Arts, NYC

Pushing Through
  — Theatre Workshop, Edinburgh, Scotland
  — Aberdeen Alternative Festival, Aberdeen, Scotland
  — Cumbernauld Theatre, Cumbernauld, Scotland
  — Columbia Festival of the Arts, Columbia, MD
  — HOME (presently Here), NYC
  — Wesleyan University, Middletown, NY
  — Advancement For Judaism, NYC
  — Arab American Cultural Foundation, Washington, DC
  — Unitarian Society, NYC
  — Pyramid Arts Center, Rochester, NY

Pushing Through
  — Unison Arts Center, New Paltz, NY
  — The Glasgow 1990 Festival, Glasgow, Scotland
  — The Village Gate, NYC

Pushing Through
  — LaMama, NYC
  — The Achievement: Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff, Wales

Family Cycles
  — L’ Espace de la Grace, Paris, France