Open: 10/18/14- Close: 11/22/14
The US premiere of BUZZ by Benjamin Kunkel (n+1 co-founder and best-selling author), directed by Lian Walden.
BUZZ follows the efforts of a pregnant woman and her playwright boyfriend to rid their apartment of the flies infesting the outside world. Funny and harrowing, it's a fast-paced story of love and art in a time of global warming. This site-specific production is set in a Gowanus Brooklyn loft.
"It's like human is the new dinosaur."
"Won't they need art, in the future? Maybe they'll have forgotten how to mix oil paints, they've forgotten musical notation, nobody's even heard of digital video.
Tom & Sasha's Loft : Douglass between Nevins & 3rd Avenue
Previews: 10/16/13- Close: 10/24/14
IV Festival Monologando Ando|
Este evento es para celebrar el mes de la hispanidad, ademas nosotros reunimos fondos para ayudar a una organización en Colombia que se dedica al teatro con niños de escasos recursos económicos. Las entradas se consiguen en la puerta del teatro los días del evento.
Semifinal octubre 8-9 $15 dolares Final octubre 24 $20 dolares.
El evento se realizará en Roy Arias 300 W 43rd St, New York, NY 10036
Para mayor información email@example.com JJ Franco 929 2002947
IV FESTIVAL DE MONÓLOGOS “MONOLOGANDO ANDO”
octubre 8-9 2014
Roy Arias Theaters : 300 W. 43rd Street 5th Floor
Open: 09/30/14- Close: 11/01/14
In the Marshall family’s peacefully remote Colorado ski chalet, Erik and Helene are making themselves very much at home. So at home, they just might stay for good. At the edge of civilization, the lifestyles of the rich collide with the lifestyles of the aimless in the bubbling waters of a hot tub.
Drama Desk-winner HANNAH BOS, Tony-nominee PETER FRIEDMAN, The Help’s CHRIS LOWELL and OBIE-winner PAUL THUREEN
SEPTEMBER 30 - NOVEMBER 1
Monday - Wednesday @ 7PM; Thursday - Saturday @ 8PM
TIX ON SALE NOW
Ars Nova : 511 West 54th Street
Open: 10/14/14- Close: 11/25/14
LIBERTY THE MUSICAL|
Liberty the Musical
A Celebration of the American Dream!
This new musical about The Statue of Liberty and Immigration. LIBERTY will be opening at Theatre 80 on October 14th and runs to November 25th.
Liberty: A Monumental New Musical
A young, French immigrant arrives in New York Harbor in 1884 – there’s something different about her, something larger than life.
Theatre 80 : 80 St. Marks Place
Open: 10/14/14- Close: Open Run
Due to an earthquake on the West Coast, Kathrine Erskine, the wife of a vice presidetial candidate, must fill in for her husand and deliver a speech in Philadelphia. Second Lady concerns the moment we lose that fragil grip on our constructed circumstances and must finally face the actual truth.
St. Bart's Playhouse : Park Avenue & 50th Street
Open: 10/09/14- Close: 10/25/14
There’s no ‘I’ in team. But there is in family. Stephen and Paul Dowd were two of the most highly touted prospects in baseball. Stephen lived up to the hype with an amazing career in the Big Leagues. His bother Paul...never got off the plate. Now, after retiring from the game with an injury, Stephen is divorced, broke, and forced to consider a lucrative offer to film a Reality TV show about his life. But the Producers don’t just want Stephen; they want Paul and their fame-seeking younger brother Kevin as well. Secondary Pitch is a biting new play about brothers, rivalry and staying on top of the game.
Matthew J. Nichols directs a cast of four, including Ryan Dusek, Larry Phillips, Phoebe Leonard, and Peter Buck Dettmann.
Bridge Theater at Shetler : 244 West 54th Street, 12th Floor
Open: 10/10/14- Close: 10/25/14
SWEET, SWEET SPIRIT|
A West Texas matriarch is enraged by the news that her gay grandson has been the victim of a hate crime committed by his own father. As the boy battles for his life, the family must come together and decide who among them is best to care for this child and what place can they find for him in their world.
“Carol Carpenter is one of the most promising Southern female voices of our generation and we are honored to be presenting such a brave story on our stage. This will also be the fifth show we bring to The Theater at The 14th Street Y, a true theatrical hub for the creatively brave.” - shares Co-Artistic Director Antonio Minino.
The Theater at the 14th Street Y : 344 East 14th Street (between 1st a
Open: 10/03/14- Close: 10/26/14
THE ANSWER-KILLING QUESTION BUYS A CRISIS|
The Answer-Killing Question Buys a Crisis is biting satire on educational institutions at all levels. Although Western society has long promoted institutionalized education, there have been relatively few inquiries into the nature of this bureaucratic form of learning and how it forces students and teachers to maintain arbitrary standards of knowledge. The play chronicles the struggles of a courageous university student as he rebels against his school's corrupt totalitarian regime and its imposition of a single answer to all possible questions. The school reflects the singular mindset of society as a whole, and the student's professors consider his actions to be criminal. He soon realizes that fighting for his principles is only the beginning; he will soon be fighting for his life, as well.
The Crown Theater at The Producers Club : 358 W. 44th St.
Open: 09/26/14- Close: 10/24/14
The Imbible: A Spirited History of Drinking|
The drinks are on us as you join world-renowned mixologist and raconteur Anthony Caporale for a boozy romp through the history of spirits and cocktails in this new hit play with drinks and music!
Following in the footsteps of hit comedy-edutainment shows like Assume the Position with Mr. Wuhl and Colin Quinn’s Long Story Short, The Imbible sweeps audiences along a 10,000-year journey through history and across the globe accompanied by craft cocktails and the vocal stylings of The Backwaiters acapella group! Sit back and enjoy the music and drinks while Anthony holds forth on the history and science behind alcoholic beverages, traces their economic and political impact on our cultural development, conducts live demonstrations of brewing beer and distilling spirits, guides the audience through cocktail tastings, and – like any good bartender – keeps his
Soho Playhouse : 15 Vandam Street
Open: 10/16/14- Close: 11/01/14
THE PUMPKIN PIE SHOW: SEASICK|
Come sail the high seas with The Pumpkin Pie Show! An outbreak of norovirus quickly spreads through the passengers and crew onboard a luxury cruise-liner, including the captain, cutting short this sunny sojourn through the tropics. But before the ship can dock at the nearest port, tensions escalate amongst the frantic passengers. The foundation of civil society quickly deteriorates—dividing everyone onboard into two separate camps: those who are sick and those who aren’t. As the ship veers far off course and the number of ill passengers rises, one family must fight for their survival onboard this sun-and-blood drenched cruise into madness.
Join writer/performer Clay McLeod Chapman (Hostage Song with Kyle Jarrow; SCKBSTD with Bruce Hornsby), performers Hanna Cheek (Mac Rogers’ Sovereign
Under St. Marks : 94 St. Mark's Place
Open: 10/04/14- Close: 02/04/15
First Thursdays of the month beginning October 2, 2014 at 9PM at WOW Cafè in NYC’s East Village it's THICK... Good, sweet, and thick: juicy round voluptuous breasts packed in sequins nice and neat. THICK ain’t missing any meals and is proud of it! THICK is Hottentots and healthy-bodied boys grinding it with the heat turnt all the way up!
WOW Cafe Theater : 59-61 East 4th St.
Open: 10/16/14- Close: 11/01/14
TURNING THE GLASS AROUND|
Turning the Glass Around follows Philip Lee, a first generation Korean-American, as he struggles to cope with his father's death. His identity crisis -- Is he a good son or loving husband, an all-American success story or a foreigner in his own country? -- haunts him. Race, love, and the American Dream collide in this new play by Pia Wilson.
Work/Space Collective will present Turning the Glass Around, a new play by Pia Wilson (The Flower Thief) directed by Heidi Grumelot (The Flower Thief: Donnie and the Monsters; punkrock/lovesong), October 16th through November 1st at Teatro
Teatro Circulo : 64 East 4th Street