Press & Awards
2019 Susan Blackburn Prize for Jackie Sibblies Drury’s "Fairview"
The Village Voice’s Best Off Broadway Theater
2016 Lucile Lortel Award for Outstanding Musical for César Alvarez and The Lisps’ "Futurity"
Regina Robbins, Time Out New York, ✭✭✭✭✭
“Dares to raise questions that make the audience profoundly uncomfortable, but simultaneously creates a welcoming space to which everyone is invited”
Time Out Best of the City Awards 2021
"Soho Rep isn’t the last word in downtown experimental theater: Better than that, it’s often one of the first words, championing major voices at key points in their careers. Its astounding list of alums includes Richard Maxwell, Young Jean Lee, Adam Bock, Annie Baker, Nature Theater of Oklahoma, David Adjmi, Lucas Hnath, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, Anne Washburn, Aleshea Harris and Jackie Sibblies Drury (whose Fairview, which premiered there, won the Pulitzer Prize). And Soho Rep’s low ticket prices, including 99¢ Sundays, help keep some of the city’s bravest, boldest and wildest theater within the reach of all New Yorkers. "
The New York Times
“form-twisting, boundary-breaking, and acclaimed”
Travel Magazine’s “10 Essential Off-Broadway Theaters”
Sarah Bahr, The New York Times
"An audacious home for new plays"
Charles Isherwood, The New York Times
“The downtown powerhouse...regularly outclasses the work done on many of the city’s larger stages.”
Jason Zinoman, The New York Times
"proving you don't need big budgets to mount beautifully designed productions with style and sophistication."
The New York Times Outstanding Playwriting Award for Dan LeFranc’s "Sixty Miles To Silverlake"
Soho Rep. board member and set designer Mimi Lien wins the 2020 Edwin Booth Award
Board member and set designer Mimi Lien wins Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Set Design for "Fairview"
The New York Times
"The invaluable Soho Rep ... one of the most daring companies."
“A cultural pillar in Tribeca for 25 years”
New York Magazine
“Forceful and always daring”
Sam Thielman, Variety
"[Soho Rep] has claimed an increasingly vital spot ... the venue has suddenly become one to watch for Manhattan theatergoers starved for new work."