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Composer-performer Michael Harren's multi-media performance, The Animal Show, blends humor with candor to convey the importance of keeping all animals safe from harm. Through stories and music from Michael's residency at Tamerlaine Farm Animal Sanctuary, The Animal Show takes the audience on a ride that will inspire us to think differently about our relationships with all kinds of animals.
3 intimate and dramatic musical monologues of friendship, fear, and fantasy.
Just One Q - Bertha and Julynne, bitter enemies, duke it out at the Broadbend Nursing Home in Arkansas over a game of scrabble. Benny (T. Oliver Reid), an orderly, narrates the history of their acrimonious relationship. Chaos, humor and closure abound in this amusing and tuneful musical.
The Pen - An everyday morning becomes everything but when a seemingly innocuous obstacle shatters Laura's (Nancy Anderson) routine and threatens her prompt arrival to work. Ghosts of the past collide with present day demons as she struggles to rise above her compulsion and leave her apartment.
The Booty Call - A young man (Michael Thurber) receives a booty call while creating a demo of his recent compositions. The call sends him off on an existential musing of his past experiences with love and intimacy, shedding an honest light on the seldom-observed reflections of a late 20's male living the single
T. Oliver Reid in Just One "Q" by Ellen Fitzhugh/Ted Shen: Bertha and Julynne, bitter enemies, duke it out at the Broadbend Nursing Home in Arkansas over a game of scrabble. Benny, an orderly, narrates the history of their acrimonious relationship. Chaos, humor and closure abound in this amusing & tuneful musical.
Nancy Anderson in The Pen by Dan Collins/Julianne Wick Davis: An everyday morning becomes everything but when a seemingly innocuous obstacle shatters Laura's routine and threatens her prompt arrival to work. Ghosts of the past collide with present day demons as she struggles to rise above her compulsion & leave her apartment.
Michael Thurber in The Booty Call by Saheem Ali/Michael Thurber: A young man receives a booty call while creating a demo of his recent compositions. The call sends him off on an existential musing of his past experiences with with love and intimacy, shedding an honest light on the seldom-observed reflections of a late 20's single male living in NYC.
Presented in the newly created Write Act Repertory Theater in the heART of Times Square comes Jello Shots, a presentation of one act plays by young and talented directors and producers.
An evening presenting two World Premiere plays written by Larissa FastHorse and Elise Marenson both directed by Jessi D. Hill. Lost Voices is an evening of two one-act plays that explore how Hurricane Katrina uncovered America's darkest secrets.
Vanishing Point, written by Lakota playwright Larissa FastHorse, is a new work inspired by the Biloxi-Chitimacha-Choctaw tribe, America's first official climate refugees.
Wide Blossoms by Elise Marenson, deals with a young African American woman who reminds a seemingly white lawyer that in the end we are all connected to one another.
Othello: The Remix is an 80-minute, high-energy spin on Shakespeare's tragic tale proving that that Bard himself was the original master of rhythm and rhyme. Good storytellers borrow, but great ones steal.
The one-night-only event, Proud of Us and Other Short Plays, will be presented as an evening of readings of seven new short plays by actor and playwright Wesley Taylor.
This festival includes two world-premiere one-act plays, Squash and Ajax. These two plays will be the final productions at The Flea's home on White Street, before the company moves to its new facilities four blocks south at 20 Thomas Street.
In Squash, a professor of classic literature finds himself questioning his identity when a student presents an intriguing take on Plato's Symposium. Boundaries are tested and personal lives are upended as they grapple with sexuality, love, and sport.
In Ajax, an intrepid student adapts Sophocles' defining war epic to the amusement of his English professor. A passionate ex-actress, the professor quickly finds herself entangled in every aspect of the play –– including the playwright.
The HRT invites you to join us for one of the greatest musicals ever written, The Wizard Of Oz. Strap on your ruby slippers and join the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, the Lion, Dorothy and her little dog Toto, too, for this adaptation of The Wizard Of Oz. Everyone loves the classic story of the girl who wakes up in a strange land filled with witches and wizards, munchkins and monkeys -- and befriends a cowardly lion, a tin man without a heart and a scarecrow with no brain in her quest to find her way back home. Journey down the yellow brick road through the land of Oz to meet the Wizard while humming along to memorable songs from the Oscar-winning film, including "Over the Rainbow," "We're Off to See the Wizard" and "If I Only Had a Brain."