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The Year of Grotowski in New York was made possible thanks to:



The Polish Cultural Institute and Performance Studies Department, Tisch School of the Arts, NYU would like to thank the following individuals and institutions for their generous support of Tracing Grotowski’s Path: The Year of Grotowski in New York:

  • Richard Lanier, Jennifer Goodale, and Wendy Newton, Trust for Mutual Understanding
  • Mary Schmidt Campbell, Dean, Tisch School of the Arts, NYU 
  • Louis Scheeder, Associate Dean, Tisch School of the Arts, NYU 
  • José Muñoz, Chair, Performance Studies Department,NYU 
  • Noel Rodriguez, Administrative Director, Performance Studies Department, NYU
  • Gwendolyn Alker, Associate Teacher, Drama Department, NYU 
  • Elizabeth Bradley, Chair, Drama Department, NYU 
  • Scott Loane, Interim Administrative Director, Drama Department, NYU
  • Daniel Gerould, Lucille Lortel Distinguished Professor, CUNY Graduate Center
  • Frank Hentschker, Director of Programs of the Martin E. Segal Theatre 
  • Seth Baumrin, Associate Professor John Jay College of Criminal Justice 
  • Nigel Redden, Director, Lincoln Center Festival 
  • Carmen Kovens, Senior Producer, Lincoln Center Festival 
  • Richard Peña, Program Director, Film Society of Lincoln Center
  • Paul Allain, Director, Practice as Research Studies Drama, University of Kent, UK
  • Ian Watson, Chair, Department of Visual and Performing Arts, Rutgers University-Newark
  • Una Chaudhuri, Collegiate Professor of English and Drama, NYU 
  • Richard Heaps, Associate Director Facilities Administration, Tisch School of the Arts, NYU 
  • Daniel Larlham, Lecturer, Theater Studies, Yale University 
  • Piotr Bondarczyk, Owner, Bright Side Design 
  • Kristin Norderval 
  • Stefania Laster

The Performance Studies Department at the Tisch School of the Arts, NYU takes as its object of inquiry and instruction the whole range of performance from the aesthetic to the social, from popular entertainments to ritual, from law and medicine to business, from gender to the performances of everyday life. Students and faculty in the Performance Studies Department’s M.A. and Ph.D. programs explore the myriad ways that performances in many cultures and widely differing circumstances create meaning and identities while shaping social life and inhabiting the arts. In addition to its many courses, the Performance Studies Department is home to the Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics and two journals: TDR: The Journal of Performance Studies and Women and Performance.

Tisch School of the Arts, New York University
Performance Studies Department
721 Broadway, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10003
tel. 212-998-1620

Curator's Introduction
A Grotowski Chronology