The Old Vic New Voices Network (OVNV) aims to support emerging talent and open up The Old Vic Theatre to new and diverse audiences. OVNV offers emerging and early career actors, directors, producers and writers unique career development opportunities. OVNV has presented original work in The Old Vic Tunnels, on The Old Vic stage and throughout London. In NYC, it has presented work at The Atlantic (The 24 Hour Plays), in found spaces in SoHo (Three Sisters directed by Tony Award Winner Eve Best), and offered unique opportunities such as The Arden Project, the first transatlantic simulcast performance utilizing a British and American company performing together and broadcast for free over the internet. Each year 50 actors, writers, directors and producers travel New York to London to engage in a week of cultural activity and artistic development as a part of the TS Eliot US/UK Exchange. This year, participants meet with senior artists from a range of British institutions, including The Old Vic, The National, The Royal Court, Kneehigh, Frantic Assembly, The Factory and many more. OVNV will be developing two original plays at Space for industry presentation in NYC as part of the Found Spaces Project. The Found Spaces Project is sponsored by the Bloomingdale’s Fund of the Macy’s Foundation.