Contact: Peter J. Crosby


New York, NY (January 27, 2010) – The CRY HAVOC Company announced today that it has launched its new company website, The new site serves as the online component for fulfilling the Company’s mission to build an interactive community of artists, supporters, and audience members who share a dedication to the development and production of raw, provocative, and humane theater.

“We want our new site to serve as the home for a vibrant conversation about theater,” said CRY HAVOC Acting Managing Director Peter J. Crosby. “It allows our entire community of actors, writers, designers, and audience to participate in the development of some of the most interesting and challenging plays of the next decade.”

The website was conceived and designed by dress code (, a branding and design studio in New York City. The site features photography of the CRY HAVOC Resident Company by Shirin Tinati (

The website will highlight news of the Company’s upcoming readings and productions, as well as ticket information and the opportunity to financially support the Company’s activities. Featuring a weekly podcast, future video logs of the Company’s development process, and an interactive blog, the site will offer the chance for an interactive dialogue between artists and audience as the Company’s projects develop through various stages.

About The CRY HAVOC Company
The CRY HAVOC Company, Inc. is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit theater company committed to developing new play and reinvestigating existing plays in an environment that demands that artists challenge the boundaries of their talent and technique. CRY HAVOC is committed to creating raw, provocative, and humane theater by approaching all plays – both comedy and drama – as conflicts between individuals struggling to do what each desperately believes is right. The CRY HAVOC artistic community is comprised of more than 150 artists, and since its founding in 1997, the Company has developed more than 70 new plays and scores of new approaches to existing plays through its active Workshop and Lab programs. More information at