Break A Leg often includes post-performance talkbacks at our readings and full productions, bringing in playwrights and other theatre professionals, as well as experts from the worlds of science, media and academia who speak to the subject matter of a given play.  This educational component serves to enhance the theatre-going experience and is something our audiences have come to look forward to.  Be sure to join us for these lively discussions.

Playwright Natalie Bates (The Game) at a talkback at the Bloomingdale Branch of the NY Public Library following BAL’s Unexplored Territory Reading Series on November, 18, 2017
NY Times Reporter Sam Roberts at a reading of “The Brother”, 2017, Mid-Manhattan Library
NY Times Reporter Sam Roberts at a reading of “The Brother”, 2017, Mid-Manhattan Library
A Little Lower Than The Angels with playwright David W. Christner at the Bloomingdale Library, 2016
“No, No Nobel” with playwright David C. Cassidy, 2016, IBM Headquarters, Tarrytown, New York
“No, No Nobel” 2016, CUNY Grad Center
“The Orchae” with playwright Vivienne Glance, 2015, CUNY Graduate Center
‘The Color of Kettles’ at the Bloomingdale Branch of the NY Public Library with BAL Artistic Director Teri Black and playwright by Matthew Heftler, November, 2013.
Unexplored Territory at the Epiphany Branch of the NY Public Library with Joe Starzyck and Roy Proctor, September, 2012