Resident Artist NewsSunset Boulevard starring Glenn Close - directed by Advisory Board Member Lonny Price, associate directed by Resident Artist Matt Cowart, and assistant directed Apprentice Program Alumnus Danny Gorman - opened on Broadway at the Palace Theatre on February 9.
CRY HAVOC Development
The documentary Best Worst Thing That Ever Could Have Happened, which CRY HAVOC played a role in developing, is playing in movie theaters across the country and is now available in iTunes, Netflix, and other digital platforms. The film appeared on the year-end "Best of" lists of several news outlets, including:
New York Times’ Ten Best Films of 2016
Newsweek’s Favorite Documentaries of 2016
Slate’s Best Films of 2016
The Wrap’s Best Films of 2016
More than two dozen CRY HAVOC artists contributed to the making of the film.
CRY HAVOC is proud to partner with NSKI Høyskole (The Norwegian Actors' Institute) in Oslo, Norway.
In Spring 2017, CRY HAVOC will be welcoming nine members of NSKI’s second year acting class to New York City as part of a new residency partnership with the college - developing and rehearsing a new series of short plays written for the students by CRY HAVOC Resident Artists, culminating in a public showcase performance of the plays in April 2017.