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IndieWorks Theatre Company is committed to cultivating and preserving a culture of equity and inclusion of the many types of

art, culture, community and creativity that exist in our region. In recruiting for our company, productions, and committees,

we apply a nondiscriminatory approach and provide equal opportunity for employment and advancement in all of our departments and programs, seeking out the unique contributions that are brought in terms of education, opinions, culture, ethnicity, race, sex, gender identity and expression, nation of origin, age, languages spoken, neurodiveristy, veteran’s status, color, religion, disability, sexual orientation, and beliefs.

We respect and value diverse life experiences and heritages ensuring that all voices are valued and heard.

IndieWorks Theatre Company is an artist-driven company committed to providing New York City’s diverse population with high-quality, contemporary, and intelligent new and re-discovered works of live theatre keeping theatre affordable and accessible to artists and audiences alike.
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IndieWorks Theatre Company strives to provide writers, directors, designers, actors, and artists with an environment that fosters artistic excellence through the creation of live theatre, bringing people together for powerful shared experiences that inspire a creative exchange of ideas. We aim to collaborate with artists, organizations, schools, and the community to encourage the creation, appreciation, and understanding of the arts. Through all of this, IndieWorks Theatre Company aims to be recognized throughout New York City as an example of a thriving arts and entertainment organization.
  • Provide opportunities for those who create the theatrical experience to express their art, entertain an audience, and receive the appreciation their efforts deserve

  • To uplift and provide resources for historically marginalized and underrepresented groups including Black, Latine, Indigenous/First Nations, API, SWANA folks, those who identify as transgender, non-binary, gender fluid, and gender nonconforming, people with disabilities, neurodiverse, and intersectional theatre makers at all levels of our organization

  • Create a collaborative environment in which artists can do their best work

  • Utilize multimedia resources for sensory stimulating productions on and off the stage

  • Engage our audience and artists in an ongoing dialogue of ideas

  • Foster an enthusiastic, respected, and hardworking corps of individuals who serve as staff and volunteers who provide exceptional service and hospitality to our patrons


  • Encourage collaborations with various businesses and organizations that are innovative, effective, and mutually beneficial


  • Be a thriving organization that is fiscally sound and has endowed reserves to support its mission

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