Awards & Winners

En Garde Arts

En Garde Arts was an award-winning New York City based not-for-profit arts organization that created site-specific theatrical production. The company was founded in 1985 by Anne Hamburger, Artistic Director, and produced works in a variety of locations, including Central Park, the Penn Yards, East River Park, Pier 25, the Smithsonian Institution, the Chelsea Hotel, the Victory Theater, and the intersection of Wall and Broad Streets in Lower Manhattan. En Garde commissioned playwrights, directors, composers and designers to create pieces for architectural sites and neighborhoods. These artists include Charles L. Mee, Jr., Mac Wellman, Maria Irene Fornes, Laurie Carlos, David Van Tieghem, Kyle Chepulis, Claudia Brown, Brian Aldous, Jonathan Larson, Michael Engler, Tina Landau, Anne Bogart, Reza Abdoh, Bill Rauch, Migdalia Cruz, Carl Hancock Rux, Fiona Shaw, Fisher Stevens, Jim Simpson and Jefferson Mays. En Garde’s final production was Secret History of the Lower East Side directed by Matthew Wilder.

Awards by En Garde Arts

Check all the awards nominated and won by En Garde Arts.


Drama Desk Award for Unique Theatrical Experience
Honored for : The Waste Land

Nominations 1997 »

Award Nominated Nominated Work
Drama Desk Award for Unique Theatrical Experience The Waste Land


Outer Critics Circle Special Award
Honored for : Crowbar