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The Oberon Theatre Ensemble is an active player in New York’s independent theatre community. Now in our 14th season, we combine classic, contemporary, and new works in repertory. We believe in the joy of a well told story, the connection offered by a supportive community, and the magic of the theatre. More


Last Season
Oberon presented a world premiere of:

ORDER

by Christopher Boal

"priceless...hilariously played" NY Times

&

OTHELLO

"a quality production" "poetic staging"



At the Midtown International Festival, Oberon presented:

by Duncan Pflaster

Nominated for 11 Awards
Monday
Jan252016

A Special Thanks to All Who Have Helped and Participated!

Monday
Nov022015

Congratulations to Oberon's Auction Winners and Alex Dinelaris for ON YOUR FEET

Sunday
Sep132015

CONGRATULATIONS ON AN INCREDIBLE RUN

Wednesday
Jul222015

Almost SOLD OUT!!!

Our critically acclaimed run of PIMM'S MISSION was essentially sold-out!!

CONGRATULATIONS!!!


Set Design: Rebecca Lord Surratt
Lighting Design: Greg MacPherson
Sound Design: Nick Moore
Costume Design: Ross Manning
Prop Master: Isabella Carter
Stage Manager: Ashley J. Nickas
Production Manager: Jenna R. Lazar
Technical Director: Derek Dickinson

Mac Brydon and Ryan Tramont

photo by Carol Rosegg

 

Daniel Morgan Shelley, Brad Fryman, and Mac Brydon

photo by Carol Rosegg

 

Tuesday
Jun092015

On Now!

 

 

 

Pimm's Mission

By Christopher Stetson Boal

Directed by Terrence O'Brien

In Pimm's Mission, a mystery unfolds in real time and flashbacks in the aftermath of an explosion that destroys the headquarters of a major pharmaceutical company in New York. As FBI Agent Staats tries to piece together what happened with his only witness, Robert Pimm, we move back and forth in time to discover whether Pimm, and his friend Thomas - a disgruntled employee of the same company - had anything to do with the disaster.

CLICK HERE FOR SCHEDULE, TICKETS and THEATRE INFORMATION

 All performances at:

59E59 Theaters
59 East 59th St. NY NY 10022
A development of the Elysabeth Kleinhans Theatrical Foundation