Hamm & Clov Stage Company

category: Performing Arts,

Organization Overview

Hamm & Clov Stage Company (named for two characters in Samuel Beckett's "Endgame") is a non-profit organization established in 1972 and incorporated in New York in 1973 for the development, production, and exchange of theatrical works by playwrights, musicians, dancers, and media artists from around the world. Hamm & Clov was a charter member and served on the Board of Directors of OOBA, the Off-Off Broadway Alliance now known as A.R.T./New York. The company produced in Manhattan at such venues as the Manhattan Theatre Club, Theatre at St. Clement's, and Classic Stage Company before establishing a home at the AMDA Theatre on Bleecker Street. Invited to international theatre festivals in Edinburgh and Berlin, the company toured Europe and appeared on the BBC and Berlin Television. In New York, one of their actors was awarded an OBIE for his performance in the company's American premiere of a play by John Arden. After a long hiatus the company returned to full-time operation in the fall of 2001 and has since then developed and produced seven new plays both in America and Ireland as well as yearly Hispanic Heritage Month celebrations. We present plays and play readings, music and dance presentations and workshops (bi-lingual) in playwriting, music, and dance.

Website: http://www.hammandclov.org

Phone: 914-963-6222

  • hvillaire@hammandclov.org


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