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To Protect, Serve and Understand™ – Round 8

December 13-14 | Friday & Saturday at 7:30pm

Come witness our police officers and civilians coming together to sing, talk and improvise during the public performances of TPSU™’s 8th round.

This project is the continuous effort of Irondale, with the support from the NYPD, to bridge the gap between the groups and to build understanding and empathy.

The Good Soul of Setzuan

January 29 – February 22 | Wednesday – Saturday at 7:30pm 

The second production of our “Brecht in Exile” series is coming up in 2020!

After visiting Galileo last year, it only seem right in our political climate today, we explore the The Good Soul of Setzuan. The play will be performed as a fable and begin to question how can you remain a good person in a corrupt world?

On Women Festival 2020

March 2 – 17 | Submit your show for consideration

This coming year, Irondale Center in Brooklyn is excited to announce a new and improved format for our festival.

The 2020 edition of On Women Festival will consist of two Main Stage productions during the first two weeks, with each show running exclusively in the space from Wednesday-Saturday, and a series of Workshop productions across the third week.

Up Next – This Season at Irondale

To Protect, Serve, and Understand
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Teen Open Improv Class

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