The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company

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The primary goal of The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company is to create theatre with sound.  Any and all types of sound!   Whether it is music, noise or symphony of emotions pouring from an actor’s soul we aim to create theatre that must be heard to really be seen!

Our second goal is to use sound and technology to help push the boundaries of what live theatre can do. We aim to carry on the Off Off Broadway tradition of pushing boundaries and experimentation!

The third and most important goal of The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company is to create theatre that fights for a positive view of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation and “the underdog”.  We don’t want our audience to just talk about what they heard after one of our shows.  We want them to think about how they can make a difference in the world! We hope that our stories and our words cause action in the real world!

 

Thomas R. Gordon 
Artistic Director 
The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company


Schedule of Upcoming Productions

No New Productions Scheduled

Production History

A Dream Play  | Open: 11/07/13 Close: 11/17/13
An Existential Inspection of Happiness and Suffering

The daughter of Indra has come to earth seeking an understanding of humankind. On her journey she sees stories, people, and places merge and break like the waves of the sea. Can she understand why people suffer in a world so beautiful? Is there hope for humankind?  Will we be able to find happiness?  Help us search for these answers as The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company presents a compassionate examination of the play Strindberg called "My greatest joy".

 

Nov. 7th – 17th

at

The Gene Frankel Theatre

24 Bond Street, New York, NY 10012

 

 

Cast

Miranda Webster - Ensemble

Finn Kilgore - Ensemble

Nathan Winkelstein - Ensemble

Caiti Latimer - Ensemble

Nikki Pope - Ensemble

Chapman Riedel - Ensemble

J. Michael Evans - Ensemble

Alexandra Porter - Ensemble

Polly Korbel - Ensemble

James Conway - Ensemble

 

Crew


Director - Thomas R. Gordon

Production Manager - Tasha Partee

Stage Manager – Samantha Ryel

Costume Director - Charlotte Gaspard

Costume Design – Al Malonga

Set Designer - Zach Serafin

Lighting Designer – Brian Henderson

 

About the Company: The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company

The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company was formed to serve as a safe space for anyone who works in the arts, and considers themselves and to be an underdog, a misfit or just misunderstood. Quite often, many of these artists will have grand ideas, yet remain too apprehensive or afraid to express them. We at The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company wish to change this. Our goal is to promote ideas and performances that otherwise might not have been done for one reason or another or that have seemed just out of reach before. From doing a classic piece of theatre to experimenting with new possibilities in performance art, nothing is too big or too small for The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company. We are dedicated to producing the show that was always in someone's imagination! For instance, if you have ever had an idea at a party late at night, but you think no one would be interested, The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company would probably be interested. Our hope is that The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company will regularly serve as a catalyst for new idea's and possibilities.

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Arsene Lupin Vs Sherlock Holmes  | Open: 04/22/16 Close: 05/14/16
The Mystery of the Fair Haired Lady

There is a great secret surrounding the Chateau Thibermesnil and the mysterious fair-haired lady!  A strange murder as well as the theft of the famous Blue Diamond have both taken place right under the noses of the French Police, and the gentleman thief Arsène Lupin is the primary suspect!  After a failed investigation by the Sûreté’s Inspector Ganimard the French Police decide to call for the help of the famous English detective, Sherlock Holmes, who has sworn to solve the mystery, recover the stone and arrest his rival – all in less than three days!

 

Tickets

$18 – General Admission

$9 – Student / Senior

http://lupinvholmes.brownpapertickets.com

 

Production Dates

Apr. 22 - May 14

 

Location

The Gene Frankel Theatre

24 Bond Street, New York, NY 10012

 

MTA

6 - (Bleeker)

F, B & D - (Broadway/Lafayette)

Cross Streets - Bond St. & Lafayette St. (Manhattan)

 

Production Website

http://www.theOtheatrecompany.com/arsegravene-lupin-vs-sherlock-holmes.html

 

 

Cast
Lisa Monde – RAFFLES

Tracilyn Jones - FOUINARD

Claudia Zanolli-Stiles  – CHABLIS / LA MUSE

Taylor Khaldy – BORDEAUX / WAITRESS

Lydia Georgantzi – CHAMPAGNE / LA VOIX

David Alexander – GRUNBAUM / DUDOUIS

Alexander Larkin – GANIMARD

Tom Lombardo – GOTTLIEB

Philip O’ Gorman - HOLMES

Kevin Sebastian* - LUPIN

 

Crew

Thomas R. Gordon - Director

Dana Robbins - Stage Manager

Al Malonga - Costume Design

Mitch Ost - Set Design

Michael Zumbrun - Light Design

 

* Appearing Courtesy of Actors Equity Association. An Equity Approved Showcase

 

Phone Numbers

The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company – (347) 637 – 1767

The Gene Frankel Theatre - (212) 777 - 1767


Links

Website:  www.theOtheatrecompany.com

Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Onomatopoeia-Theatre-Company/188156501244450

Twitter:  @TheOnomatopoeia

Instagram: @onomatopoeiatheatre

E-mail:  theonomatopoeiatheatrecompany@gmail.com

Company Information

Mission

Our goal is to produce performances for the New York City community that not only entertains audiences but also enlightens and educates everyone involved. To do this we have decided to create theatre with a focus on sound! Any and all types of sound!  Whether it is music, yelling or a symphony of emotions, we aim to create theatre that must be heard to really be seen!  The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company is dedicated to establishing a safe space for all types of artist while creating truly unique theatrical experiences!

 

Thomas R. Gordon 
Artistic Director 
The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company


Previous Productions

Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead – By Tom Stoppard

http://www.theOtheatrecompany.com/rosencrantz--guildenstern-are-dead.html

 

Rhinoceros – By Eugene Ionesco

http://www.theOtheatrecompany.com/rhinoceros.html

 

Inspecting: Romeo & Juliet – By William Shakespeare / Adapted By Thomas R. Gordon

http://www.theOtheatrecompany.com/inspecting-romeo--juliet.html


Let’s Play: A Midsummer Night’s Dream – By William Shakespeare / Adapted By Thomas R. Gordon

http://www.theOtheatrecompany.com/lets-play-a-midsummer-nights-dream.html

 

Pseudolus – By Tidus Maccius Plautus

http://www.theOtheatrecompany.com/pseudolus.html

 

A Dream Play – By August Strindberg

http://www.theOtheatrecompany.com/a-dream-play.html

 

Dracula: Bloodlines – By Thomas R. Gordon

http://www.theOtheatrecompany.com/dracula-bloodlines.html

 

Macbeth – By William Shakespeare

http://www.theOtheatrecompany.com/macbeth.html

 

The Three Sisters - By Anton Chekhov

http://www.theOtheatrecompany.com/the-three-sisters.html

 

The Tempest - By William Shakespeare / Adapted By Thomas R. Gordon

http://www.theOtheatrecompany.com/the-tempest.html

 

Lysistrata - By Aristophanes

http://www.theOtheatrecompany.com/lysistrata.html

 


About the Company: The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company

 

Our goal is to produce performances for the New York City community that not only entertains audiences but also enlightens and educates everyone involved. To do this we have decided to create theatre with a focus on sound! Any and all types of sound!  Whether it is music, yelling or a symphony of emotions, we aim to create theatre that must be heard to really be seen!  The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company is dedicated to establishing a safe space for all types of artist while creating truly unique theatrical experiences!

 

 

Thomas R. Gordon 
Artistic Director 
The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company

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BETTY'S SUMMER VACATION  | Open: 10/05/18 Close: 10/27/18
Betty’s Summer Vacation

by Christopher Durang


"A Raucous Satire of Media & Pop Culture"

 

Looking for a little rest and time to herself, Betty rents a summer share at the beach. But Betty’s luck turns to delicious lunacy when this sensible Everywoman gets drawn into the chaotic world of some very unsavory housemates – her friend Trudy who talks too much; the lewd, seminaked Buck, who tries to have sex with everyone; and Keith, a possible serial killer who hides in his room with a mysterious hat box. With sand between her toes, walking a thin line between sanity and survival, poor Betty will leave her summer vacation more terrorized than tan.

July 6 - July 28
At the Gene Frankel Theatre

 

Tickets

$40 – Regular

$20 – Student / Senior

No Rush Tickets / No Standing Room Tickets

 

Ticket Link

https://otc-bettys-summer-vacation.brownpapertickets.com/

 

Show Dates

10/05/18 @ 8:00PM OPENING NIGHT!
10/06/18 @ 8:00 PM
10/07/18 @ 5:00 PM Matinee

10/11/18 @ 8:00 PM
10/12/18 @ 8:00 PM
10/13/18 @ 8:00 PM
10/14/18 @ 5:00 PM Matinee

10/17/18 @ 8:00 PM
10/18/18 @ 8:00 PM
10/19/18 @ 8:00 PM
10/20/18 @ 8:00 PM
10/21/18 @ 5:00 PM Matinee

10/24/18 @ 8:00 PM
10/25/18 @ 8:00 PM
10/26/18 @ 8:00 PM
10/27/18 @ 8:00 PM CLOSING NIGHT

 

Estimated Run Time

90 minutes / No Intermission

 

Location

The Gene Frankel Theatre

24 Bond Street, New York, NY 10012

 

MTA

6 - (Bleeker)

F, B & D - (Broadway/Lafayette)

Cross Streets - Bond St. & Lafayette St. (Manhattan)

 

Cast

BETTY – Holly Kay Benedict
TRUDY – Tori Pence*
KEITH – Jake Minter
MRS. SIEZMAGRAFF – Kimberly Kay*
BUCK – Thadeus Kevin Brown
MR. VANISLAW – Samuel Shurtleff*
VOICE 1 – Orlando Rodriguez
VOICE 2 – Eri Miller
​VOICE 3 – Jim DiMunno*

 

* Appearing Courtesy of Actors Equity Association. An Equity Approved Showcase

 

Crew

DIRECTOR - Thomas R. Gordon
STAGE MANAGER / Prop Master - Julia Brunner
COSTUME DESIGN - Al Malonga
LIGHT DESIGN – Emma Sheehan
​SET DESIGN – Braden Hooter

 

Production Website

http://www.theOtheatrecompany.com/bettys-summer-vacation.html

 

Phone Numbers

The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company – (347) 637 - 0341

The Gene Frankel Theatre - (212) 777 - 1767


Links

Website:  www.theOtheatrecompany.com

Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Onomatopoeia-Theatre-Company/188156501244450

Twitter:  @TheOnomatopoeia

Instagram: @onomatopoeiatheatre

E-mail:  theonomatopoeiatheatrecompany@gmail.com

 

 

Company Information

 

Mission

The primary goal of The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company is to create theatre with sound.  Any and all types of sound!   Whether it is music, noise or symphony of emotions pouring from an actor’s soul we aim to create theatre that must be heard to really be seen!

 

Our second goal is to use sound and technology to help push the boundaries of what live theatre can do. We aim to carry on the Off Off Broadway tradition of pushing boundaries and experimentation!

The third and most important goal of The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company is to create theatre that fights for a positive view of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation and “the underdog”.  We don’t want our audience to just talk about what they heard after one of our shows.  We want them to think about how they can make a difference in the world! We hope that our stories and our words cause action in the real world!

 

Thomas R. Gordon 
Artistic Director 
The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company

 


About the Company: The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company

The primary goal of The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company is to create theatre with sound.  Any and all types of sound!   Whether it is music, noise or symphony of emotions pouring from an actor’s soul we aim to create theatre that must be heard to really be seen!

Our second goal is to use sound and technology to help push the boundaries of what live theatre can do. We aim to carry on the Off Off Broadway tradition of pushing boundaries and experimentation!

The third and most important goal of The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company is to create theatre that fights for a positive view of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation and “the underdog”.  We don’t want our audience to just talk about what they heard after one of our shows.  We want them to think about how they can make a difference in the world! We hope that our stories and our words cause action in the real world!

 

Thomas R. Gordon 
Artistic Director 
The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company

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Dracula: Bloodlines  | Open: 08/22/13 Close: 09/08/13
An Exciting Exploration of Dreams and Reality

It was Jonathan Harker, with the help of Abraham Van Helsing, who succeeded in finally ending the evil of Count Dracula, Lord of the Vampires, back in 1893. Now, one hundred and twenty years later, citizens of New York City have started having recurring dreams involving vampires, causing rumor of a new and spreading darkness. Meanwhile, powerful forces are struggling for the soul of a man named Morris Harker, the great-great grandson of the man who supposedly defeated the immortal vampire all those years ago...

 

Aug. 22nd – Sept. 8th

at

The Gene Frankel Theatre

24 Bond Street, New York, NY 10012

 

 

Cast

Xavier Balaur / Count Dracula – Martin Meccouri
Nona Parcae – MaryBeth Schroeder
Decima Parcae – Sara Hymes
Morta Parcae – Mallory Campbell
Morris Harker – Brian Henderson
Ellen Chandler – Mieke Stapelberg
Eric LaCroix – Sam Deas
Lisa Schwarz – Christina Helmer
Alexander Van Helsing – Patrick Marran


Crew

Writer / Director - Thomas R. Gordon

Production Manager - Tasha Partee

Assistant Stage Manager – Samantha Ryel

Costume Designer - Charlotte Gaspard

Set Designer - Zach Serafin



About the Company: The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company

The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company was formed to serve as a safe space for anyone who works in the arts, and considers themselves and to be an underdog, a misfit or just misunderstood. Quite often, many of these artists will have grand ideas, yet remain too apprehensive or afraid to express them. We at The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company wish to change this. Our goal is to promote ideas and performances that otherwise might not have been done for one reason or another or that have seemed just out of reach before. From doing a classic piece of theatre to experimenting with new possibilities in performance art, nothing is too big or too small for The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company. We are dedicated to producing the show that was always in someone's imagination! For instance, if you have ever had an idea at a party late at night, but you think no one would be interested, The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company would probably be interested. Our hope is that The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company will regularly serve as a catalyst for new idea's and possibilities.

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Let's Play: A Midsummer Nights Dream  | Open: 07/31/14 Close: 08/23/14
A Magical Game Of Love And Inspiration


Do you want to play a game?  Well Shakespeare's faeries and mystical creatures are upset because last year The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company produced a certain Scottish play by their magic master… To make up for this, they are magically forcing four of our actors to play a chaotic game where they must perform the roles of the Four Lovers and the Rude Mechanicals from “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”!  It will be a night of theatrical chaos full of music, laughter and dance!  Come have fun as an audience of magical creature’s plays with a group of foolish mortal performers!  Please join The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company as we lovingly tear apart this timeless classic searching for romantic love while also trying to appease all things magical!

 

 

Cast

Bethany Mitchell – Puck

Schylar Westbrook - Oberon

Amelia Huckel-Bauer – Titania

Melissa Brown - Peaseblossom

Mia Guzman – Mustardseed

Linda Elizabeth – Player # 1

Zoe V. Speas – Player # 2

Justy KosekPlayer # 3

Sean FitzharrisPlayer # 4

 

Crew

Thomas R. Gordon - Director

Koryna Flores - Stage Manager

Al Malonga - Costume Design

Zach Serafin - Set Design

Brian Henderson - Light Design

Tasha Partee – Choreography

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Macbeth  | Open: 04/25/13 Close: 05/05/13
An Expressionistic Realization of a Timeless Classic!

 

Shakespeare's ancient myth tells the story of a man who is willing to sacrifice anything for his own gain.  But as Macbeth's dream of becoming king turns into his worst nightmare, his anger and desperation only grow... Join us as The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company explores an expressionistic vision of this classic tale of ambition, magic and betrayal!

 

April 25th - May 5th

at

The Gene Frankel Theatre

24 Bond Street, New York, NY 10012

 

 

Cast:  

Macbeth - Christian Titus

Lady Macbeth - Danielle Patsakos

Banquo - Thomas Mendolia

Lady Banquo - Emily Dalton

Macduff - Joel Fullerton

Lady Macduff - Jocelyn Vammer

King Duncan - Charles Baker

Malcolm - Dana Gaubatz

Wryd "Sister" # 1 (Nona) - Ivey Lowe

Wryd "Sister" # 2 (Decima) - Erika Santosuosso

Wryd "Sister" # 3 (Morta) - Charly Bivona

 

Crew:

Director - Thomas R. Gordon

Production Manager - Tasha Partee

Costume Designer - Charlotte Gaspard

Set Designer - Zach Serafin


About the Company: The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company

The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company was formed to serve as a safe space for anyone who works in the arts, and considers themselves and to be an underdog, a misfit or just misunderstood. Quite often, many of these artists will have grand ideas, yet remain too apprehensive or afraid to express them. We at The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company wish to change this. Our goal is to promote ideas and performances that otherwise might not have been done for one reason or another or that have seemed just out of reach before. From doing a classic piece of theatre to experimenting with new possibilities in performance art, nothing is too big or too small for The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company. We are dedicated to producing the show that was always in someone's imagination! For instance, if you have ever had an idea at a party late at night, but you think no one would be interested, The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company would probably be interested. Our hope is that The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company will regularly serve as a catalyst for new idea's and possibilities.

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Pseudolus  | Open: 02/27/14 Close: 03/16/14
 A Comedic Investigation Of Love And Improvisation

A young Roman by the name of Calidorus has a problem.  He is in love with Phœnicium, a girl who belongs to a Madame named Ballio, but a bargain has been made to sell her to an old and ugly Macedonian soldier.  Calidorus will do anything to stop this, so it falls to Pseudolus, the clever slave, to help her master save Phœnicium from this Macedonian nightmare and win her freedom or she will lose her head.  The stakes are high, and it is clear that Pseudolus does not entirely have a clear plan.  Can Pseudolus improvise her way out of this awful mess and save the day for a happy ending?

 

 

 

Nov. 7th – 17th

at

The Gene Frankel Theatre

24 Bond Street, New York, NY 10012

 

Tickets -

$20 - Regular

$10 – Student

 

MTA - 

6 - (Bleeker)

F, B & D - (Broadway/Lafayette)

Cross Streets - Bond St. & Lafayette St. (Manhattan)



Cast

Pseudolus – Miranda Webster

Calidorus, Simo – Alex Levitt

Ballio – Sarah Hegarty

Harpax, Simia, Boy, Ballio’s Slaves – Matthew K. Davis

Phoenicium, Charinus, Callipho, Cook, Ballio’s Women – Madison Byles

 

Crew

Director - Thomas R. Gordon

Stage Manager – Samantha Ryel

Costume Design – Al Malonga

Set Designer - Zach Serafin

Lighting Designer – Brian Henderson

Production Manager - Tasha Partee

Costume Director - Charlotte Gaspard


About the Company: The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company

The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company was formed to serve as a safe space for anyone who works in the arts, and considers themselves and to be an underdog, a misfit or just misunderstood. Quite often, many of these artists will have grand ideas, yet remain too apprehensive or afraid to express them. We at The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company wish to change this. Our goal is to promote ideas and performances that otherwise might not have been done for one reason or another or that have seemed just out of reach before. From doing a classic piece of theatre to experimenting with new possibilities in performance art, nothing is too big or too small for The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company. We are dedicated to producing the show that was always in someone's imagination! For instance, if you have ever had an idea at a party late at night, but you think no one would be interested, The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company would probably be interested. Our hope is that The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company will regularly serve as a catalyst for new idea's and possibilities.

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ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD  | Open: 11/06/15 Close: 11/21/15
Two minor characters from the play Hamlet, Rosencrantz & Guildenstern, are unaware of their scripted lives and are unable to deviate from them. Will Rosencrantz and Guildenstern (or Guildenstern and Rosencrantz) manage to discover the source of Hamlet's malaise as requested by the new king? Are the answers as important as the questions? Will the mysterious players who are strolling around the castle reveal the secrets they evidently know? Can we ever really know what's going on? And whose serve is it?

Tickets

$20 – Regular

$10 – Student / Senior

Cast

Miranda Jean Larson – ROSENCRANTZ

Jocelyn Vammer - GUILDENSTERN

Thomas R. Gordon – THE PLAYER

Gregory Pike – HAMLET, TRAGEDIAN

Jonathan West – CLAUDIUS, TRAGEDIAN

Tacilyn Jones – GERTRUDE, TRAGEDIAN

David Meyers – POLONIUS, ALFRED

Morgane – OPHELIA, TRAGEDIAN

Crew

Thomas R. Gordon - Director

Dana Robbins - Stage Manager

Al Malonga - Costume Design

Mitch Ost - Set Design

Michael Zumbrun - Light Design


About the Company: The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company

Our goal is to produce performances for the New York City community that not only entertains audiences but also enlightens and educates everyone involved. To do this we have decided to create theatre with a focus on sound! Any and all types of sound!  Whether it is music, yelling or a symphony of emotions, we aim to create theatre that must be heard to really be seen!  The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company is dedicated to establishing a safe space for all types of artist while creating truly unique theatrical experiences!

 

Thomas R. Gordon 
Artistic Director 
The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company

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THE HOUSE OF BERNARDA ALBA  | Open: 07/06/18 Close: 07/28/18
The House of Bernarda Alba

by Federico Garcia Lorca


"A Drama of Women Enduring Oppression"

After the death of her husband, Bernada Alba forces her five daughters to endure a brutal mourning period that doesn't allow them to leave the house for years. Trapped in a repressive home, jealousy & envy soon erupts among the sisters as they each struggle for personal freedom.
 
Passionate, lyrical & haunting, "The House of Bernarda Alba" is an epic Spanish tragedy that seeks to incite revelation & revolution from its audience. Please join The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company this summer as we explore what makes this play a timeless classic that still speaks to modern audiences.

July 6 - July 28
At the Gene Frankel Theatre

 

Tickets

$30 – Regular

$15 – Student / Senior

No Rush Tickets / No Standing Room Tickets

 

Ticket Link

https://otc-bernarda-alba.brownpapertickets.com

 

Show Dates
07/06/18 @ 8:00PM OPENING NIGHT!

07/07/18 @ 8:00 PM

07/08/18 @ 5:00 PM Matinee

 

07/12/18 @ 8:00 PM

07/13/18 @ 8:00 PM

07/14/18 @ 8:00 PM

07/15/18 @ 5:00 PM Matinee

 

07/18/18 @ 8:00 PM

07/19/18 @ 8:00 PM

07/20/18 @ 8:00 PM

07/21/18 @ 8:00 PM

07/22/18 @ 5:00 PM Matinee

 

07/25/18 @ 8:00 PM

07/26/18 @ 8:00 PM

07/27/18 @ 8:00 PM

07/28/18 @ 8:00 PM CLOSING NIGHT

 

Estimated Run Time

90 minutes / No Intermission

 

Location

The Gene Frankel Theatre

24 Bond Street, New York, NY 10012

 

MTA

6 - (Bleeker)

F, B & D - (Broadway/Lafayette)

Cross Streets - Bond St. & Lafayette St. (Manhattan)

 

Production Website

www.theOtheatrecompany.com/the-house-of-bernarda-alba

 

Phone Numbers

The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company – (347) 637 - 0341

The Gene Frankel Theatre - (212) 777 - 1767


Links

Website:  www.theOtheatrecompany.com

Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Onomatopoeia-Theatre-Company/188156501244450

Twitter:  @TheOnomatopoeia

Instagram: @onomatopoeiatheatre

E-mail:  theonomatopoeiatheatrecompany@gmail.com
 


About the Company: The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company

The primary goal of The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company is to create theatre with sound.  Any and all types of sound!   Whether it is music, noise or symphony of emotions pouring from an actor’s soul we aim to create theatre that must be heard to really be seen!

Our second goal is to use sound and technology to help push the boundaries of what live theatre can do. We aim to carry on the Off Off Broadway tradition of pushing boundaries and experimentation!

The third and most important goal of The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company is to create theatre that fights for a positive view of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation and “the underdog”.  We don’t want our audience to just talk about what they heard after one of our shows.  We want them to think about how they can make a difference in the world! We hope that our stories and our words cause action in the real world!

 

Thomas R. Gordon 
Artistic Director 
The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company

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The Picture Of Dorian Gray  | Open: 04/05/19 Close: 04/27/19
"A Moral Entertainment" 

Innocent young Dorian Gray has his portrait painted by his close friend, Basil Hallward. Dorian also meets Basil’s friend, Lord Henry Wotton, who introduces him to London's social circuit and a decadent world of self-indulgence. While Dorian's appearance remains youthful, he eventually discovers that his portrait ages, reflecting his sinful ways and growing uglier with each offense. Dorian then keeps the portrait safely hidden in his attic, but his mysterious behavior and ageless appearance begin to attract suspicion...


Apr. 5 - Apr. 27
at the Gene Frankel Theatre

 

Tickets

$30 – Regular

$15 – Student / Senior

No Rush Tickets / No Standing Room Tickets

 

Ticket Link

https://otc-doriangray.brownpapertickets.com/

 

Performance Dates

04/05/19 @ 8:00PM OPENING NIGHT!
04/06/19 @ 8:00 PM

04/10/19 @ 8:00 PM
04/11/19 @ 8:00 PM
04/12/19 @ 8:00 PM
04/13/19 @ 8:00 PM
04/14/19 @ 5:00 PM Matinee

04/17/19 @ 8:00 PM
04/18/19 @ 8:00 PM
04/19/19 @ 8:00 PM
04/20/19 @ 8:00 PM
04/21/19 @ 5:00 PM Matinee

04/24/19 @ 8:00 PM
04/25/19 @ 8:00 PM
04/26/19 @ 8:00 PM
04/27/19 @ 8:00 PM CLOSING NIGHT

 

Estimated Run Time

2 Hours 30 Minutes + 15 Minute Intermission | Total: 2 Hours 45 Minutes

 

Cast

DORIAN GRAY – Nico Kiefer*

BASIL HALLWARD – Carter Neill Holmes

LORD HENRY WOTTON – Mike Newman

LORD FERMOR / ALAN CAMPBELL – Jim DiMunno*

DUCHESS OF HARLEY /CONSTABLE 2 - Emma Green

SIR THOMAS BURDON / JAMES VANE - Ryan Marcone*

MR. ERSKINE / MR. HUBBARD - Joe Sexton

SIBYL VANE / DUCHESS OF MONMOUTH - Samantha Talbott

LADY AGATHA / MRS. VANE / CONSTABLE 1 - Lorie Barber

VICTORIA / FRANCES - Sophia Shefner

 

* Appearing Courtesy of Actors Equity Association. An Equity Approved Showcase

 

Crew

DIRECTOR - Thomas R. Gordon

STAGE MANAGER / PROP MASTER - Julia Brunner

COSTUME DESIGN - Al Malonga

LIGHT DESIGN – Gilbert “Lucky” Pearto

SET DESIGN – Tekla Monson

 

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The Three Sisters  | Open: 09/13/12 Close: 09/30/12
"A modern interpretation of a timeless classic!"
 
In a small rural Virginia town, three sisters (Olga, Irina, and Masha) and their brother Andrei live with their father, while daily dreaming of returning to their former home, New York City. Soldiers from the local military base, Fort Lee, provide them some companionship, but there is still something clearly missing in each of their lives…Olga attempts to find satisfaction in teaching but secretly longs for a home and family. Masha, unhappy with her marriage, falls hopelessly in love with a married colonel. And while Irina works at a call center she longs to be a part of the party scene in the city.  Will these women find what is missing in each of them? Please join The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company this fall as we re-examine this timeless, classic piece of theatre!
 

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Artistic Crew
Production Stage Manager - Tasha Partee
Costume Design - Charlotte Gaspard
Set Design - Zach Serafin
 

About the Company: The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company

The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company was formed to serve as a safe space for anyone who works in the arts, and considers themselves and to be an underdog, a misfit or just misunderstood.  Quite often, many of these artists will have grand ideas, yet remain too apprehensive or afraid to express them.  We at The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company wish to change this by producing theatre that supports the underdog.  Our goal is to produce theatre that not only entertain audiences but also enlightens and educates everyone involved in our productions.  From doing a classic piece of theatre to experimenting with new possibilities in performance art, nothing is too big or too small for The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company.  We are dedicated to producing shows that can change a persons heart and imagination!  Our hope is that The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company will regularly serve as a safe space and catalyst for new art, idea’s , and dreams for years to come.  Please join us in this mission!

 

 

 

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