Lauren Rayner Productions

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No matter where you go, your story stays with you. Why shouldn’t you have the ability and mobility to share it with the world? Lauren Rayner Productions, based in New York and Los Angeles, understands the desire to both tell these stories, and to energize and enliven them through a fusion of different art forms. Narratives can be created out of anything: stage, film, dance, music, web-design, visual art, and any combination thereof. These art forms are innovative and they are genreless; these stories are linear and they are emotional. As a producer, Lauren Rayner brings stories to people who otherwise wouldn’t get to hear them, from people who otherwise wouldn’t get to tell them. Through grassroots outreach and pay-what-you-can ticketing, Lauren Rayner Productions strives to make these stories affordable and accessible for culturally and age diverse audiences. www.laurenrayner.com


Schedule of Upcoming Productions

No New Productions Scheduled

Production History

Huis Clos / "no Exit"  | Open: 11/14/12 Close: 11/18/12
{ LRP } presents in association with Brice Baillié:

Jean-Paul Sartre's Huis Clos ("No Exit")

**Performed in the original French with supertitles in English**

Five Performances Only -- Limited Run!
Wednesday, November 14 at 8:30pm
Thursday, November 15 at 8:30pm
Friday, November 16 at 8:30pm
Saturday, November 17 at 8:30pm
Sunday, November 18 at 3pm

at the 45th Street Theatre
(354 W. 45th St. between 8th & 9th Aves)

 

Sommes-nous autre chose que la somme cumulée de nos actes ?
Que reste-t-il de Garcin, d'Ines et Estelle après leur mort ?
Trois personnages peinent à assumer leurs actions passées et
doivent subir le poids infernal du regard des autres. Pour toujours.

Directed by Roxane Revon and starring Brice Baillié, Isis, Roxane Revon and Charlotte H, Huis Clos ("No Exit") is a 1944 French play written by existentialist Sartre in which three damned souls are punished by being locked into a room together for eternity. In this play you may discover that l'enfer, c'est les autres / "hell, is other people."

To arrange a group larger than 8, please contact tickets@laurenrayner.com

Produced by Lauren Rayner Productions.
For more, visit http://www.laurenrayner.com/noexitnyc
For tickets, http://noexitnyc.brownpapertickets.com
 


About the Company: Lauren Rayner Productions

No matter where you go, your story stays with you. Why shouldn’t you have the ability and mobility to share it with the world? Lauren Rayner Productions, based in New York and Los Angeles, understands the desire to both tell these stories, and to energize and enliven them through a fusion of different art forms. Narratives can be created out of anything: stage, film, dance, music, web-design, visual art, and any combination thereof. These art forms are innovative and they are genreless; these stories are linear and they are emotional. As a producer, Lauren Rayner brings stories to people who otherwise wouldn’t get to hear them, from people who otherwise wouldn’t get to tell them. Through grassroots outreach and pay-what-you-can ticketing, Lauren Rayner Productions strives to make these stories affordable and accessible for culturally and age diverse audiences. www.laurenrayner.com

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La Cantatrice Chauve ("the Bald Soprano")  | Open: 11/05/13 Close: 11/17/13
 { LRP } in assocation with Diffractions Theatre present

LA CANTATRICE CHAUVE ("The Bald Soprano") 

** performed in the original French with supertitles in English **

Presented in the original French text with supertitles in English, the play is an absurd conversation between six characters: two couples, a maid and a fireman, all appearing to be "English" while speaking French. The Smiths are a traditional couple from London who have invited another couple, the Martins, over for a visit. They are joined later by the Smith's maid, Mary, and the local fire chief, who is also Mary's lover. The two families engage in meaningless banter, telling stories and relating nonsensical poems. Running time is 90 minutes with no intermission.

written by Eugene Ionesco
directed by Roxane Revon
produced by Lauren Rayner

featuring Patrick Croze, Fedly Daniel, MorgOn Delamarre, Samantha Grassian, Telma Bernardo, and Justine Thurman

assistant director: Victoire Mullet
lighting design: Lauren Bremen
producing associate: Katherine Charleton
pr associate: Kelsey Balzli

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE
Tuesday, November 5 at 8pm - PRESS OPENING
Wednesday, November 6 at 8pm **MeetUp.com Night
Thursday, November 7 at 8pm
Friday, November 8 at 8pm
Saturday, November 9 at 3pm & 8pm
Sunday, November 10 at 3pm
Monday, November 11 OFF 
Tuesday, November 12 at 8pm
Wednesday, November 13 at 8pm **MeetUp.com Night
Thursday, November 14 at 8pm
Friday, November 15 at 8pm
Saturday, November 16 at 3pm & 8pm
Sunday, November 17 at 3pm

VENUE INFORMATION
The 4th Street Theatre
83 East 4th Street (between 2nd Avenue & Bowery)
New York, NY 10003

TICKETS
$30 Reserved Center Seating
$20 General Admission
$15 Student Rate (with ID)
$12 per person for groups of 8 or more 

BOX OFFICE
Buy Online: www.laurenrayner.com/tickets

Box office at 83 East 4th Street will open 45 minutes prior to curtain.

FOR MORE
www.laurenrayner.com/thebaldsoprano


About the Company: Lauren Rayner Productions

No matter where you go, your story stays with you. Why shouldn’t you have the ability and mobility to share it with the world? Lauren Rayner Productions, based in New York and Los Angeles, understands the desire to both tell these stories, and to energize and enliven them through a fusion of different art forms. Narratives can be created out of anything: stage, film, dance, music, web-design, visual art, and any combination thereof. These art forms are innovative and they are genreless; these stories are linear and they are emotional. As a producer, Lauren Rayner brings stories to people who otherwise wouldn’t get to hear them, from people who otherwise wouldn’t get to tell them. Through grassroots outreach and pay-what-you-can ticketing, Lauren Rayner Productions strives to make these stories affordable and accessible for culturally and age diverse audiences. www.laurenrayner.com

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