Spookfish Theatre Company was founded in New York City in February of 2010 by theatre artists, Ming Peiffer and Kat Yen. Recently named Horse Trade Theater Group's Resident Company for their 14th season of residencies, we will be presenting two new works in the upcoming season in co-production with Horse Trade.

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Upcoming Projects

Our critically acclaimed solo-show The ABC's Guide To Getting Famous was accepted to the 2013 New York International Fringe Festival!

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Beginning this Fall 2013 we will be starting a Quarterly Reading Series! Check back in August for submission information!

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Spookfish Theatre Company is a sponsored artist with Performance Zone Inc (DBA The Field), a not-for-profit, tax-exempt, 501(c)(3) organization serving the performing arts community. Contributions to The Field earmarked for Spookfish Theatre Company are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

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Previous works

Feel free to browse pictures of our previously produced works including Pornography For The People (HERE Arts Center, The Kraine Theater, Theater for the New City), The ABC's Guide To Getting Famous (The Red Room), RELAX! ALICE (Under St. Mark's, June Havoc Theater), and the New York Times Headliner for the 2010 Dream Up Festival WABI SABI! NOT WASABI (Theater for the New City).

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To view a compilation of photos taken of the Spookfish Theatre Company productions visit our photos page by following the link below!

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"Any fan of New York theater, large or small, and anyone who enjoys pondering knotty questions should see this show. Ms Peiffer argues, convincingly, for a more inclusive culture created by minorities working together, a vision which is much more American than the system she is struggling against." - Tamas Vilaghy, The Local East Village

"Aware..." - The New York Times

"After [her first full-length play] took off, Peiffer continued writing, used the income to co-found Spookfish Theatre Company, and has had continued success..." - Jessica Cauttero, BACKSTAGE

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