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Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol 5th Anniversary Production  | Open: 12/07/07 Close: 12/22/07
This unique and moving examination of Dickens' words entwined with the soaring songs of the season starring Robert Ian Mackenzie as Scrooge returns to New York after a two-year hiatus. This extraordinary sold-out hit has been called "Beautifully crafted...A powerful punch of Christmas spirit [that] tell(s) the story the way Dickens meant it to be told." (Offoffonline) and The New York Times called it "The best bargain [of NYC] Christmas Carols."
Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol  | Open: 12/02/05 Close: 12/18/05
Grand, mythological, dark and joyous! The sights and sounds of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol return after the 2004 sold-out run. Join PST for our continued celebration of Dickens' words coupled with the soaring songs of the season. For the past three years, PST has transported you and your entire family to the London of 1843, where the truly despicable, soulless Scrooge, the struggling Cratchits, the boisterous Fezziwigs and four eerie Christmas Ghosts awaited you, your heart and your imagination. This season, PST will present fifteen performances of this powerful holiday tale of human redemption. An exhilarating Holiday Season "Must-See"!
Don Juan In Chicago  | Open: 03/04/05 Close: 03/20/05
Don Juan in Chicago by David Ives follows the adventures of Don Juan from 16th century Spain to present-day Chicago as he is blessed and cursed with eternal life – provided he sleeps with a different woman every day and never sleeps with the same woman twice. The complications of this quest get more and more difficult as the Don must grapple with modern sexual mores, the return of two previous lovers, his long-lost daughter and the Devil himself. The perfect blend of a high IQ and lowbrow comedy, filled with hysterical verbal gymnastics, much door-slamming and serious questions about the consequences and implications of endless sex, this comedy begs the question, "How much is too much of a good thing?"
Myth America  | Open: 04/13/07 Close: 04/28/07
This world premiere examination of the American Experience features the writings of Arthur Kopit, Theresa Rebeck, Israel Horovitz, Rachel Axler, Ian Cohen, Brian Dykstra, Jason Grote, Julien Schwab,Matthew Paul Olmos, Saviana Stanescu, and Lloyd Suh. Take a journey with PST through the eyes and voices of Americans from all walks of life and ethnic backgrounds. Dreams and Myths both accomplished and crushed. Expectations exceeded and never met. Icons, Idols and Symbols examined and explored, running the gamut from Baseball and Marilyn Monroe to the Family Unit and The Perfect Vacuum.
Rogerandtom  | Open: 07/06/13 Close: 08/24/13
 Back by popular demand, Julien Schwab’s critically acclaimed, mind-bending comedy rogerandtom will move to the Main Stage at the HERE (145 Sixth Avenue, enter on Dominick) for an extended summer engagement beginning Saturday, July 6th.  Presented by Personal Space Theatrics, rogerandtom is set to open Saturday, July 13th and will continue for a limited run through Saturday, August 24th. The play is directed by Nicholas Cotz, the company’s artistic director. For tickets and more information visit or call 212-352-3101.

rogerandtom is a comedy about a man who has come to see the same show that the audience has, only to find out that he's actually a member of the cast. Much like an episode of the Twilight Zone the show’s only boundaries are between imagination and infinity. The play uses a twist to challenge the conventions of theatre while raising a series of profound questions about the role of theatre in theatre itself.

The cast will feature: Suzy Jane Hunt (Dead Accounts), Eric T. Miller (Sweet Storm), and Richard Thieriot (Clybourne Park).

 Scheduled July 6th through August 24th. Performances run Tuesday thru Saturday at 8:30, and Sundays at 4:00pm. There will be no performances on July 20th and July 21st. Tickets are $40 and $25 for seniors and students, and can be purchased at or by calling (212) 352-3101