Monday, April 21, 2008

UNTITLED MARS (This Title May Change)

This is the final week to catch Jay Scheib's UNTITLED MARS (This Title May Change) at PS122. It's a stimulating, challenging and funny work and not to be missed.

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Sunday, April 20, 2008

EST Marathon 2008

I have to remember to add EST's Marathon of One Act Plays to the list of things I am thankful for. Check out this year's lineup:


"An Upset" by David Auburn
Directed by Harris Yulin

"Christmas Present" by Amy Herzog
Directed by RJ Tolan

"A Little Soul-Searching" by Willie Reale, music by Patrick Barnes
Directed by Evan Cabnet

"Tostitos" by Michael John Garces
Directed by May Adrales

"Wedding Pictures" by Quincy Long
Directed by Kathleen Dimmick

Runs May 8 - May 31


"The Great War" by Neil LaBute
Directed by Andrew McCarthy

"Okay" by Taylor Mac

"Happy Birthday William Abernathy" by Lloyd Suh

"Ideogram" by David Zellnik
Directed by Abigail Zealy Bess

"October/November" by Anne Washburn

Runs May 23 - June 20


"In Between Songs" by Lewis Black

"Japanoir" by Michael Feingold

"Piscary" by Frank D. Gilroy

"Flowers" by Jose Rivera

"A Very Very Short Play" by Jacquelyn Reingold
Directed by Jonathan Bernstein

Runs June 6 - June 28

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Thursday, April 17, 2008

Gentlemen Callers Beware! - It's BAAAAAAAACK!

Bouffon Glass Menajoree
Winner of the 2007 NY Innovative Theatre Award for Outstanding Production of a Play

Performance schedule:

Tuesdays ONLY! April 29th, May 6, 13, 20, 27 @ 10:30pm

The Green Room, 45 Bleecker (at Lafayette)
Tickets $12 from Telecharge, (212) 239-6200 or

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Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Clubbed Thumb Summerworks '08

The wonderful Clubbed Thumb has announced the three plays that will be part of this year's Summerworks. They are:

  • Gentleman Caller by Ann Marie Healy
  • Vendetta Chrome by Sally Oswald
  • Slavey by Sigrid Gilmer

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Saturday, April 12, 2008

THE BREAK-UP and THE HAPPY SAD - Extended Thru 4/26

The excellent double bill currently at The Flea Theater, THE BREAK-UP by Tommy Smith and THE HAPPY SAD by Ken Urban has just been extended through the end of the month. Expretly directed by Sherri Kronfeld and performed by the resident acting company, The Bats, New York is lucky to have this production around for another couple of weeks - it is really not to be missed!

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