Tiny Barn Theatre Arrives

Posted by MB - June 22, 2021


June 18-July 3, 2021
Tiny Barn Theatre: A prototype festival
of new hybrid works of theatre

$20 Pass to See All Streaming Shows This Summer.

We invite you to experience TINY BARN with Project Y Theatre Company this summer.

TINY BARN is Project Y’s latest venture into breaking new ground in digital theatre by creating experimental, forward-thinking, post-pandemic performance for a transmedia experience.

12 New Commissions from 12 creators:
Amina Henry, Bixby Elliot, Nandita Shenoy, Kevin R. Free, Antu Yacob, Christopher Ulloth, Dana Yeaton, Paloma Sierra, Kaaron Briscoe, Daniel McCoy, and Jack Dentinger with BellWeather Collective.

The challenge: write a 1-2 person play for a simultaneous in-person audience and online streaming audience.

In June 2021, a team of artists are gathered in a Tiny Barn, where we have dedicated ourselves to 3 weeks of creating, designing, collaborating, crafting, organizing, conceiving, developing, shaping, inventing, exploring, constructing, and producing these innovative hybrid world premieres.

This is a DIY Theatre Experiment. We hope you’ll join us – in person in VT or online from anywhere in the country.

Tiny Barn Theatre will stream events throughout our 3 week festival. By purchasing this pass, you will receive a link and schedule to be able to view all events in the festival from your device.

For one single price of $20 you can access Hybrid Theatre Plays evenings A, B, C, D, E, and F, as well as special events including a workshop of Lia Romeo’s YOGA WITH JILLIAN, and a reading of Antu Yacob’s new play, THE REMEMBER.

Click to Get your Streaming Pass and access EVERY TINY PLAY!

If You’re in VT June 18-July 3rd and want to see a show in person, write to us at [email protected] and ask for the in-person ticketing form. We’d LOVE to see you in the barn!

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Planet of the Grapes Live

Posted by MB - January 4, 2021

Merging the Victorian era’s Toy Theater movement with today’s Digital Theater movement, this compact homage to the 1968 classic Charlton Heston/Rod Serling primate film is faithfully reimagined for the streaming-live stage.

“I can’t help thinking somewhere in the universe there has to be something better than man.” – Colonel George Taylor, Astronaut

An astronaut crew crash-lands on an unfamiliar planet in the distant future and are soon enslaved by a society where grapes have evolved into speaking creatures with human-like intelligence.

That’s it. That’s the plot.



Created by Peter Michael Marino
Directed by Michole Biancosino
Music by Michael Harren
Photos by Mikiodo
Co-produced by Project Y Theatre Company

Click Here Learn More and Buy Tickets

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Zoom Plays: Reading Series

Posted by MB - October 9, 2020


A national call for scripts written to be performed on the Zoom platform yielded over 475 submissions from all over the world. We put these plays through two independent reading teams with the lens of the Women in Theatre Festival: a female-identifying playwright and at least 50% of all artists must be female-identifying.   At the end of this process, three plays rose to the top. Check out the plays below.  Visit our Women in Theatre Festival page to learn more about the cast and teams behind the series.  To learn more about Zoom Plays or submit your own play, click here!


Tickets are free, and we encourage donations.


Missing Ingredient
Watch on our WIT Festival page or on our Youtube channel starting Monday, November 30th
Written by Colleen O’Doherty
Directed by Jen Chang
Featuring:  Joy Osmanski, Elizabeth Ho, and Corey Brill

Watch on our WIT Festival page or on our Youtube channel starting Wednesday, December 2nd
Written by Rachel Carnes
Directed by Shelley Butler
Featuring Bernardo Cubria and Valerie Terranova

Watch on our WIT Festival page or on our Youtube channel starting Friday, December 4th
Written by Catalina Florina Florescu
Directed by Hilary Ward
Featuring Olga Konstantulakis and Andrea Lwin

and our first ever Digital Musical:

Close (But Not Too Close!)
Book by Paloma Sierra
Lyrics by Julia Koyfman
Original Compositions by Dusty Sanders
Co-Directed by Andrew W. Smith and Michole Biancosino

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Women in Theatre Festival 2019 Announcement

Posted by MB - November 12, 2018

We are pleased to announce that this year’s 4th Annual Women in Theatre Festival will take place June 2019 at the A.R.T./New York Theatres (53rd Street and 10th Avenue, NYC) in the Gural Theatre.  Project Y was lucky enough to be part of the inaugural season of the A.R.T./New York Theatres for our 2nd WIT… 

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LIFE by Charles Mee

Posted by MB - July 5, 2017

What do we turn to when faced with life’s limits? Project Y Theatre experiments with the world premiere of Charles Mee’s LIFE, a series of striking moments where characters must face the limits of love, security, and meaning. HERE Arts Center Aug 31 – Sept 2, 2017 written by Charles Mee directed by Joey Rizzolo… 

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