Open: 09/28/16- Close: 09/28/16
I Never Promised You... Rose Garden|
Patrick Rinn makes return engagement with his one-man show at The Triad!
Patrick Rinn returns with his updated one-man show
The autobiographical journey of a young boy’s dream to become performer, “I NEVER PROMISED YOU...” is the story of one man’s determination not be beaten down from the blows life has dealt him, as he triumphs to finally find his place in show business.
“I NEVER PROMISED YOU...” is a touching, funny and entertaining evening.
Triad Theater : 158 W. 72nd St. 2nd Floor
Open: 10/03/16- Close: 10/29/16
PREMIERES (Paulette Haupt, Artistic Director), the New York based music theater organization whose mission is “to bring new music theater to light,” is pleased to announce the complete cast and creative teams for this season’s Inner Voices, the biannual series of solo works featuring new teams of playwrights and composers.
The evening will consist of the following three pieces:
In 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.
TBG Theatre : 312 West 36th Street
Open: 10/07/16- Close: 10/22/16
MY OLD MAN (AND OTHER STORIES)|
Dixon Place's (Ellie Covan, Founding & Artistic Director) new commission MY OLD MAN (AND OTHER STORIES) – a collection of theatrical short stories by the acclaimed performer, writer, and downtown favorite Jess Barbagallo (Half Straddle, The Big Dance Theater). This limited run, directed by Jess Barbagallo will begin Friday October 7th at 7:30 PM and will play of six performances only – October 7th, 8th, 14th, 15th, 21th, and 22th, at 7:30 PM, at Dixon Place (161A Chrystie Street). Tickets are $18 in advance, $22 at the door, and $15 for seniors and students and can be purchased by visiting www.dixonplace.org or by calling 866-811-4111.
Dixon Place : 161A Chrystie Street
Open: 09/30/16- Close: 10/02/16
WILD CHILD IN THE CITY|
Tjasa Ferme combines her European sensibility and Kafka-esque sense of irony with down-to-earth toughness of a New York single girl who has seen it all. It is a story so unbelievable, twisted, and smelly that it must be true. The writer-performer recalls the top 10 experiences that occurred in her roughly 25 different rented apartments in New York. In the first scenario, as reported by WABC’s Eyewitness News, an intruder claims to be Tjasa’s boyfriend. In another, a subletter turns out to be a relapsed heroin addict who, in one of his fits, smears the walls with his own feces. Part dark comedy, part rant with a strong feminist twist, part immersive theater experience, WILD CHILD IN THE CITY proves with grit and wit that in New York City, the truth is often much stranger than fiction.
Theaterlab (on 36th Street) : 357 W 36th Street
Open: 09/28/16- Close: 11/16/16
Wild Women Of Planet Wongo|
New York: The 60s sci-fi immersive musical comedy Wild Women of Planet Wongo, a wacky B-movie inspired sci-fi comedy about two astronauts that land on a planet of beautiful warrior women who have never seen men, is returning to New York after its successful Brooklyn run last year. Presented by Not Too Fancy Productions, LLC, Performances will begin at Parkside Lounge (317 East Houston) on Wednesday, September 28 at 8pm and run each Wednesday through November 16, 2016. Tickets are $35 (which include a Wicked Wongotini) and can be purchased by visiting www.PlanetWongo.com or by calling 866.811.4111.
Parkside Lounge : 317 E. HOUSTON ST