Founded in 1972 by Edith O'Hara, the 13th Street Repertory Company is a place where rising artists come to find their voices. Performing up to seven shows a week, the company is known for its children's performances as well as its New Works Reading Series. Line, a play by Israel Horowitz, opened at the theater 32 years ago and is still performed there weekly, making it the longest running off-off-Broadway play of all time.