13th Street Repertory Company

The 13th Street Repertory Company, founded in 1972 by Artistic Director Edith O'Hara, provides a place for actors, directors, playwrights and technicians to develop their craft in a caring, nurturing, professional environment. Anywhere between five to seven shows run weekly, including three children's shows and the New Works Reading Series on weekends. The 13th Street Repertory Company is also home to the longest running Off-Off-Broadway play, Line, by Israel Horovitz, now in its 33rd year, and is a proud member of the Heart of Off-Broadway.