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Open: 02/12/19- Close: 03/02/19 Bonnie's Last Flight
BONNIE’S LAST FLIGHT is a three-part play set on a plane. Our audience makes the trip as passengers: sitting on the tarmac before takeoff, floating at cruising altitude, and buckling down for the wild and rocky descent back to land. 


It’s Jan’s retirement flight. Everyone knows, except for Greig, Jan’s best friend and coworker of many years. As Greig waxes nostalgic, Jan worries about life post-retirement. LeeAnne, a klutzy newbie flight attendant with a dark past, must avoid her ex on the plane while Captain, a waggish pilot with a weakness for unlimited Bloody Mary Brunches, is caught in a love triangle. Erik, the co-pilot with a heart of gold, can’t get a word in edgewise. Presiding over the flight is Mark Twain, of course.

New York Theatre Workshop Fourth Street : 83 East 4th Street
Open: 02/22/19- Close: 03/10/19 I FAVOR MY DADDY
Is Jamie (4-time Moth champ and “natural raconteur” -Washington Post) the full-blown version of Daddy Poo—not the Catholic, conservative part, but the gay, alcoholic part? “Jamie lights up the stage…a riveting, thoroughly polished performance…comedic perfection.” (Theater Is Easy “Best Bet” of New York International Fringe Festival)

Darkly comic, “I Favor My Daddy” is the follow up to "Dangerous When Wet: Booze, Sex, and My Mother." That show was about Jamie’s drinking and sexuality, and his mother Mama Jean. This show is about Jamie’s father, Daddy Poo, and HIS drinking and HIS sexuality. Jamie struggles to discover who his father really was. In the last years they have together, Jamie reveals his secrets to Daddy Poo.

Kraine Theater : 85 East 4th Street
Open: 02/24/19- Close: 02/24/19 MOTHER's LOVE

A Visual Theater Dramatic Play

with shadow pupperty and NO diologue

for an intergenerational audiance

By, Jesse Marsh

This play will be performed along with a series of short plays at:


161 A Chrystie Street

Between Delancey and Rivington Streets; NYC

SUNDAY; FEBRURAY 24th 2019 AT 2:30 PM


Reception amd Refreshments to follow

Arrive early for a great seat!


Dixon Place : 161A Chrystie Street
Open: 02/22/19- Close: 03/17/19 SISTAS ON FIRE: A NEWSICAL
A musical revue that examines pressing social issues from an African-American female perspective. 

New York, NY - The personal becomes the political when passionately-opinionated African American women speak their minds on the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Black Lives Matter, missing black women and girls, black-on-black crime, and male/female relationships in a soul-stirring mix of song, dance, poetry, and prose. The interrelated dramatic monologues range from tragedy to comedy in a “newsical” revue that examines pressing social issues from an African-American female perspective. Sistas on Fire! A Newsical uses theatre to provoke thought, encourage social activism, and build bridges that cross race, class, gender and culture. In short, it's For Colored Girls for the New Millennium. 

East Village Playhouse : 360 east 6th street
Open: 02/22/19- Close: 03/17/19 TWELFTH NIGHT
Frog & Peach Theatre Company presents their streamlined take on Shakespeare’s celebrated comedy, TWELFTH NIGHT. Now in their 20th year, Frog & Peach creates fast-paced and entertaining productions of Shakespeare's plays that appeal to all audiences, with a special outreach to those who may feel shut out or priced out of the cultural conversation. Set in the seaside kingdom of Illyria, this startlingly modern romp is replete with fiendish pranks, public brawls, and an original rocking score by the band Honey West’s Ted Zurkowski. The production will play a limited engagement from Friday, February 22nd through Sunday, March 17th at The Sheen Center (18 Bleecker Street in NYC).

TWELFTH NIGHT, centered on twins Viola and Sebastian separated by shipwreck, has easily maintained its relevance for over 400 years,

Sheen Center : 18 Bleecker St
Open: 02/20/19- Close: 03/02/19 The Maturation Of An Inconvenient Negro
 Wednesday, February 20 and run through March 2 at the Cherry Lane Theatre (38 Commerce Street, NYC).  Tickets are $25  and can be purchased by visiting or by calling 866-811-4111.


This solo show of heightened poetry and raw self-reflection takes the audience on the subversive journey of a young Black man coming into himself, as he struggles to break free of what he holds onto most tightly. In The Maturation of an Inconvenient Negro No one is safe. Nothing is sacred.

Cherry Lane Theatre : 38 Commerce St.