311 W 43rd Street, New York, NY 10036
Mint Theater was founded in 1992 as an initiative to resurrect long-lost and forgotten theater works, breathing new life into them for new generations. neglected plays. Even New York Times critic Ben Brantley is full of praise for this venue, calling it the "resurrectionist extraordinaire of forgotten plays." Forgotten works by the likes of Ernest Hemingway, A.A Milne, J.M Barrie and J.B. Priestly have all been put on by the Mint's dedicated creative team, and have gone onto win prestigious awards.