Conceived by Kevin Beebee, Lenny Banovez and Laura Frye with the goal of breathing new life and clarity into classical works of theatre through visceral, challenging, ensemble-driven productions, Titan Theatre Company began performing in 2009 in a Tex-Mex Bar and Restaurant in Long Island City, Queens.
Since that time, Titan's signature work — which includes distinguished takes on Shakespeare's Hamlet, The Tempest, Richard III, Julius Caesar, Othello, King Lear, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Henry V, Romeo and Juliet, Love's Labour's Lost and Macbeth — has been embraced by audiences from all walks of life. Titan is a proud contributing member to the exciting and innovative hotbed that is the Queens theatre scene.
Titan Theatre Company is committed to breathing new life and clarity into classical works of theatre, exploring new and contemporary language plays, and delivering adventurous and visceral theatrical experiences for our audiences and community. Through this work we strive to foster an environment for artists and audiences alike to rediscover the boundaries of live performance in an atmosphere of creativity, collaboration and respect.
For information regarding ticketing, directions, programming information, student matinees, or school performances please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 718.715.5369.
You may also call the Queens Theatre Box Office for directions or any ticketing questions you may have. The box office can be reached at 718.760.0064.
Established in 1955, the Variety Boys & Girls Club of Queens (VBGCQ) is a nonprofit organization that inspires children to discover their passions and cultivate their futures through a diverse array of youth development programs.
Titan has developed a close relationship with The Met. Titan is a continual participant in their Teens Take The Met event, and will be teaming up again this fall for their World Culture Festival.
Titan teamed up with Queens Public Library for our Shakespeare in Queens reading series. The first Monday of every month, we presented a free staged reading of one of Shakespeare's plays in various Queens Public Library locations.
Titan is extremely excited to start a new partnership with the Ronald McDonald House this year. In alignment with their mission to create, find and support programs that directly improve the health and wellbeing of children, Titan will be presenting theatre programming for the children and their families staying at the house in NYC.
Titan is proud to work with and receive funding from Queens Council of the Arts. The QCA has awards Titan funding for various projects that include the Shakespeare in Queens reading series, as well as individual productions.