Mother Courage and Her Children – Live
May 12 – June 5 | Thu–Sat at 7:30 PM & Sun at 5 PM
Family tragedy, cutthroat economics, and power that wants nothing but more power. Spice it with classic vaudeville, German comedians, and American Screwball films of the 1930s and ’40s. The play defies genre and acting style, and it changes course on a dime.
On Women Festival
NEW MEDIA SUBMISSIONS are open until June 26, 2022
On Women Festival 2022 seeks stories that celebrate, honor, and uplift the incredible sacrifice and strength of the women in our lives. What does it mean to identify as a woman? What challenges are inherent in that experience? What lessons can we glean from the lives of all types of women? That’s what we want to hear from you!
New York Live Composing Sound Painting Festival
Irondale & Walter Thompson Orchestra Present:
The New York Live Composing Festival, June 16-18. A three-day event that puts the Soundpainting and Conducti
According to current COVID guidelines, proof of vaccination is required for all who are eligible (currently ages 12+) to enter the building.
Masks are required regardless of vaccination status.
- American Theatre – Irondale Ensemble Project Announces 2019-20 Season
- Broadway World – Irondale Presents Politically Charged 2019-2020 Season in Brooklyn
- May 14, 2020 – Terry Greiss interview on COOL PEOPLE DOING AWSOME THINGS – Watch it here!
Who we Are
We are a theater of people, an ensemble of citizen/artists, not an institution.
We exist to make important, challenging, demanding and, above all, entertaining theatre and we have been doing it since 1983.
What we Do
We are committed to taking on “impossible” projects, on stage and in the community. The kind that scare us a little bit and challenge us a lot. We present work that speaks to what is happening in the world now—today, no matter when it was written.
We reach out to the extended community of international theatre-makers, and pass on the torch through learning and community engagement programs. These are designed to ensure that this very important venture becomes as significant to the next generation of artists, of collaborators, of audiences and of citizens, as it is to us.
What our Audiences are Saying
“Just walking into this creative space filled me with energy, reminded me of the need for such spaces in our communities, and caused me to pause and reflect on the"possible." Irondale Center through dialogue invests time talent and resources into a vision of community that is contagious!”
“...a place where audiences and artists matter.”
“Beautiful space. Great community driven programming. A gem of a theatre.”
“Irondale is an innovative, community centered theater really is by visionary leadership. They make great shows. They're good people. Go see their stuff.”
“We experience a great pleasure every time we have come to Irondale . Irondale is a celebration of the art and humanity.”
Irondale offers a variety of learning and program opportunities. We are constantly looking for ways to bring all of the programmatic pieces, including the various educational programs, into a closer and more unified entity. Much of this can already be seen in our various projects. The school programs, after school classes, the young company, our program and the police/community project To Protect Serve and Understand are all led by Irondale actors and artists.
Support our Cause
What happens at Irondale transforms peoples’ ideas about what theater is, what it means and what it does. You know how much we depend on you. You, our audience, our friends, the families of the students we teach, provide the vital fuel we need to keep pushing boundaries-on the stage or in the street.
Whatever you feel comfortable giving goes a long way towards keeping the stage lights lit and the creative juices flowing, Whether you have been with us since 1983 or you just came on board, we are proud to have your support. Come with us into season 39. There are great things in store.