The Salvage Company is a New York City based theatre arts collective that creates, develops, and produces new work exploring the richness of outcast people and overlooked places.
4 NEW PRODUCTIONS
2 NEW SHOWS
IN THE PAST TWO YEARS
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The Salvage Company is committed to supporting our member artists through the phases of creation, development, and production. This month, playwright Dean Poynor will be conducting theatrical research by visiting Rwanda. His project involves research into the popularity of weddings in a country that is reinventing itself. Stay in touch with us, and consider supporting our work with your donations. We hope to present more new work soon.
We ask questions, and we want to stay open to the answers.
A new play Whales & Souls by Andrew Kramer premiered at the Cairns Festival in Queensland Australia. We then presented the U.S. premiere at The Flea Theatre in NYC. This daring one-woman show uses theatre and fairy tale to expose an environmental disaster.
This show is presented in a special double-bill with La Mama Theatre (Melbourne) and their new production Schism. All shows will be performed at the the Centre of Contemporary Arts.
Making theatre is a lot of work, and we need your help. Your support will go toward the mundane costs associated with festival productions like:
- renting a space
- gas and transportation for actors
- materials for the set
- insurance, promotions, and marketing
To learn more about our work, please contact us, or use the link below to make a secure donation online.
The Salvage Company is a member of Fractured Atlas, whose fiscal sponsorship programs helps artists and arts organizations raise money from charitable sources under Fractured Atlas's non-profit umbrella, enjoying most of the benefits of independent tax-exempt status.