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November 29, 2023

Long Wharf Theatre finds homes for spring productions under new mobile stage model

Contributed Long Wharf Theatre will stage Arthur Miller’s “A View from the Bridge” at the Canal Dock Boathouse, from Feb. 10 through March 10.

New Haven’s Long Wharf Theatre has secured locations for its upcoming spring productions, nearly two years after announcing a new “mobile” stage model.

The decades-old theater production company, through partnerships with New Haven and Yale University, will launch performances on multiple stages throughout the city under the new Theatre of Possibility artistic model.

Productions of Arthur Miller’s “A View from the Bridge” will open at the Canal Dock Boathouse, Feb. 10 through March 10. Adil Mansoor’s Amm(i)gone is a collaboration with Woolly Mammoth Theatre Co. and Kelly Strayhorn Theater, taking stage at Performance Studies Black Box at Yale, 53 Wall St., from May 28 through June 23. 

Long Wharf Theatre Artistic Director Jacob G. Padrón said this new mobile stage model will make the theater more accessible and create meaningful experiences for diverse audiences.

Long Wharf Theatre dates back to 1965 when it launched its first production with Arthur Miller's “The Crucible.” In 2022, the company moved out of its physical home to launch the mobile stage venture.

Long Wharf Theatre officials said they worked with numerous city officials to secure these and future locations, including Director of Cultural Affairs for New Haven Adriane Jefferson,  Deputy Economic Development Administrator Carlos Eyzaguirre, and the city’s Board of Alders, led by President Tyisha Walker-Myers.

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