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Steve Ginsburg

Steven Raider-Ginsburg is Co-Founding Artistic Director of HartBeat Ensemble, an award-winning theater company in Hartford, CT that generates dynamic new works based on the most pressing issues of our times. Steven began his theater career at the groundbreaking New WORLD Theater, a landmark theater dedicated to new works that tell under-reported stories from overlooked peoples. From there, he went on to work with the San Francisco Mime Troupe, Anna Deveare-Smith at the Institute for Arts and Civic Dialogue, Shakespeare and Company, Augusto Boal, and The Civilians. Steven has been a teacher, playwright, actor and director. He was honored in American Theatre's twenty fith anniversary issue celebrating twenty five young theater artists who are most likely to influence American Theater in the next 25 years, the New Boston Fellowship as well as the National Comcast Leadership Award. He is a member of the 2012 Lincoln Center Directors Lab and also holds an MFA in Directing from Boston University. He is currently a Pierson College Fellow at Yale University and a COmmissioner of Cultural Affairs for the City of Hartford.

 

An Interview with Abhishek Majumdar and Gopal Datt
Essay

An Interview with Abhishek Majumdar and Gopal Datt

23 November 2014

Steve Ginsburg interviews Abhishek Majumdar and Gopal Datt about the Indian Ensemble.

Someone walking in the street.
Postcards from India, no. 1
Essay

Postcards from India, no. 1

18 September 2013

Steven Ginsburg explores his expectations of globalization in India versus the realities of the quick economic growth spurt.  

Postcards from India
Series

Postcards from India

This four-part blog series explores India's growing global presence, its cultural Americanization, and what this knowledge might mean for theatre on East West connections in the twenty-first century.

This four-part blog series explores India's growing global presence, its cultural Americanization, and what this knowledge might mean for theatre on East West connections in the twenty-first century.