BEACON PROJECT

Elizabeth and colleague Stuart W. Howard, founded the Beacon Project in 1985 in New York City. 

 

Dedicated to staging rarely produced classics as well as premiering new plays with heightened language and poetry, the company produced four world premieres and four neglected classical plays during its five years in operation.

 

The Beacon Project became the recipient of New York State Council for the Arts grants and was included in the New York Times listings under "Theatre Companies to Watch"

Beacon Project Shows

 

The Dream of Frankenstein

by Dan Duling

Directed by Raymond Benson

 

The Doorbell 

by Bruce Millan

Directed by Richard Bly 

                         

The Lucky Chance 

by Aphra Behn                    

Directed by Rob Barron

 

The Revenger’s Tragedy 

by Cyril Tourneur

Directed by Elizabeth Huffman

 

Night Breath 

by Dennis Clontz

Directed By Richard Bly

Night Breath

 

Hyde Park 

by James Shirley

Directed by Michael R. Fife

Hyde Park

 

Gogol 

by Roderick O’Reilly

Directed by Stuart W. Howard

 

'Sarse 

by Michael R. Fife

Directed by Ken Oxman

                                                        Appearances 

A trio of one-acts by Pirandello

Directed by Richard Bly and Angela Foster 

 

 

 

 

 

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