Company’s Marathon 2014

April 20 - April 24, 2014   •   FREE
Joria Productions   •   260 W 36th St, NY, NY, 10018

||| Reader Sign Up |||   A FREE theatrical survival event where a cast of hundreds reads every Shakespeare play word for word, one by one. Lace up! Company’s Marathon - the annual, non-stop, back-to-back reading of Shakes.. read more

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Our future schedule is actively being commissioned and assembled at this time, and we look forward to sharing all of our upcoming plans with you. For now, we encourage you to get involved with Company’s Marathon 2014 and w.. read more

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May 17th, 2013

Highlights from Company’s Marathon 2013
Here are some fun highlights from Company's Marathon 2013: -the wonderful Matt Gordon read TITUS ANDRONICUS by himself -several of Shakespeare's romantic pairings were read by real life couples -the lovely Sylvie Douglas was the star of a one-person COMEDY OF ERRORS -Most Folks Onstage goes to TWELFTH NIGHT with a whopping 14 -Co-Producer Ryan McCurdy utilized an impression of Christopher Walken when reading the role of Anne in HENRY VIII (this was our penultimate play this year and was read by just Co-Producers Winnie and Ryan) -Most time spent in the theater goes to Michael Booth who literally lived there for  72 hours -both TWELFTH NIGHT and THE WINTER'S TALE featured live music -Paul Battatio graced us with the most accents this year Thanks for all the great memories!!! Stay tuned for more info on Company's Marathon 2014!!!

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We are descendants of Playmakers and Storytellers, those conjurors of miracles, magic, and mayhem. We cannot help but share our stories with you.

For us, the experience is key: each one coming from our theatrical roots in a way that honors our past.

As producers, we are simply impactful. Although we employ a classical mindset for our base, we are interested in the future of theatre. We view the rise of social media and technology as an ally - the potential impact of live theatre has never been greater - and we want to contribute to that upswing while allowing for something completely new.. read more