30 Plays in 30 Days
In June 2020, to celebrate our 30th Season despite the pandemic, The Public Theatre’s social media accounts took a trip down memory lane and shared never before seen photographs and fun facts from each of our previous 29 seasons. One season per day. You can view these posts in a Facebook Album.
On this page we have continued to provide links to our recent seasons so the journey is complete.
We encourage you to take that walk now and remember your own unique memories and experiences of The Public Theatre and to please consider making a donation to help support our future.
Producing the Off-Broadway hit, Animals out of Paper, we needed to fill our set with the highest level of origami possible, as two of the characters were an origami prodigy and his teacher.
For Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde we went on a hunt for “scientific equipment” to fill Dr. Jekyll’s lab.
Preparing for Secrets of a Soccer Mom, we went in search of an artificial grass lawn to put onstage.
We perform Almost, Maine, the first of three productions of Maine playwright John Cariani’s plays that we will produce. John flies in to see it and quickly becomes our friend.
The entire first act of Enchanted April was played in front of a curtain painted to look like the black and white newspaper ad. What was behind it?
Deathtrap was set in the study of a mystery writer and the set required a wall filled with unusual weapons that he collected.