BAM: The Bridge Project Tickets

The Bridge Project World Premiere Productions at the BAM

As You Like It
Jan 12—Mar 13


The Tempest
Feb 14—Mar 13


By William Shakespeare. Directed By Sam Mendes. Produced by BAM, The Old Vic & Neal Street.

“PURE EMOTIONAL STRENGTH THAT LEAVES YOU OPEN MOUTHED AND TEARY EYED” The New York Times on The Bridge Project 2009

“ONE OF THE FOREMOST THEATRE DIRECTORS IN THE WORLD” The Telegraph (UK) on Sam Mendes

“PROFOUND AND LUMINOUS” The Straits Times (Singapore) on The Bridge Project 2009

Following a critically-acclaimed inaugural year and international tour, The Bridge Project returns to BAM for it’s second season, led by Tony and Academy Award-winning director Sam Mendes (Broadway’s Cabaret; the films American Beauty ...

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The Bridge Project World Premiere Productions at the BAM

As You Like It
Jan 12—Mar 13


The Tempest
Feb 14—Mar 13


By William Shakespeare. Directed By Sam Mendes. Produced by BAM, The Old Vic & Neal Street.

“PURE EMOTIONAL STRENGTH THAT LEAVES YOU OPEN MOUTHED AND TEARY EYED” The New York Times on The Bridge Project 2009

“ONE OF THE FOREMOST THEATRE DIRECTORS IN THE WORLD” The Telegraph (UK) on Sam Mendes

“PROFOUND AND LUMINOUS” The Straits Times (Singapore) on The Bridge Project 2009

Following a critically-acclaimed inaugural year and international tour, The Bridge Project returns to BAM for it’s second season, led by Tony and Academy Award-winning director Sam Mendes (Broadway’s Cabaret; the films American Beauty and Revolutionary Road).

Year two features another outstanding ensemble of American and British actors and an intriguing pairing of works by Shakespeare: the comedy As You Like It and The Tempest, considered to be Shakespeare’s last play. In their world premiering productions, Mendes and company explore outcasts, power, and magical lands.

BAM Harvey Theater, 651 Fulton St, Brooklyn

Featured actors include: Michelle Beck Off-Broadway: The Rover; Chicago: Twelfth Night
Christian Camargo Broadway: All My Sons; Film: The Hurt Locker
Stephen Dillane (Tony Award-winner) Broadway: The Real Thing; TV: HBO’s John Adams
Alvin Epstein (Obie Award-winner) Broadway: Threepenny Opera; Off-Broadway: Endgame
Ron Cephas Jones (Obie Award-winner) Broadway: Gem of the Ocean; Off-Broadway: Two Trains Running
Juliet Rylance Off-Broadway: Othello; London: The Winter’s Tale
Thomas Sadoski Broadway: reasons to be pretty, Reckless

Venue

BAM Harvey Theater photo

BAM Harvey Theater

651 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, NY