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Expecting  | Open: 02/13/09 Close: 02/22/09
Done to Death Productions presents Expecting, an original comic-drama by Aren Haun. Alice and Neil, an expecting married couple, receive a visit from an old college roommate, Frank, and his 17 year old companion, Taylor. Frank and Taylor lead their hosts through a night-in-Hell intensity that might destroy them all, including the unborn child.

Featuring: Samantha Henning, James Liebman, Kirsta Peterson

Froth  | Open: 09/08/10 Close: 09/12/10
Everyone wants something, or someone, they can't have in this fast-paced bittersweet comedy about life in a cafe, on both sides of the counter. The cafe workers live somewhere between community college and finding a purpose in their lives. Daunted by the great unknown, they choose instead to focus on what is imminently attainable, or immediately available. Eric, our hero, quickly falls for Kristi, the new girl. Nicole, Eric's best friend, is obsessed with Ed, a customer who happens to be married with a daughter. David, the manager, is terrified of his impending marriage to his beautiful French fiance. Meanwhile, the customers come and go talking like Michelangelo, demanding their lattes and cappuccinos made to their exact specifications!
Done to Death Productions presents

a play written and directed by Aren Haun
Meredith Cody
Daniel Hilt
Jennifer Kalison
Tessa Martin
Jeffrey Parrillo
Hanlon Smith-Dorsey
Alice Winslow
Wednesday:  Preview at 8pm
Thursday - Saturday:  Performances at 8pm
Saturday and Sunday:  Matinee at 3pm

BECKMAN THEATER at the American Theater of Actors
314 West 54th St., NYC  

General Admission $12
(Wed. preview & Sat. matinee pay-what-you-can)



 Running Time:  1 hour  




Sisyphus's Day Off  | Open: 03/28/08 Close: 03/29/08
Seven short plays including THE NOTE (a group of people at a funeral who deconstruct a suicide note), THE QUICK BROWN FOX (the finals of the World Typing Competition!), ALLEGORY OF A CAFE (a cafe worker's life flashes before his eyes in eight minutes), MAN IN THE WINGS (15 minutes to curtain and only the janitor is available to go on), and, of course, SISYPHUS'S DAY OFF (someone's gotta push the rock).