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"7 Santas" And "the Eight: Reindeer Monologues" - Double Feature  | Open: 11/17/09 Close: 11/22/09
 Adam Roebuck Productions presents
7 Santas
The Eight: Reindeer Monologues
By Jeff Goode

The Roy Arias Theater Complex
Times Square Arts Center
300 West 43rd Street
Between 8th & 9th Avenues
5th Floor Off Broadway Theater

Tired of seeing A Christmas Carol or the Gift of the Magi? A cast of 24 twenty-somethings bring both of Jeff Goode's holiday plays to life in Midtown. Christmas is not necessarily nice this year but definitely naughty! Running time is approximately 2 hours and 40 minutes including a 15 minute intermission. This play is not suitable for children and younger teens. General admission and pickups may be picked up 30 minutes prior to curtain or less. To guarantee seating together for large ticket orders, please arrive 30 minutes prior to curtain.

Author's Notes

"You've heard the rumors about Santa and the elves? About Rudolph's little secret? About Vixen's story that was leaked to the press? All true. Yes, the reindeer finally speak up and--believe use--they do not hold back."

"Christmas will never be the same this year. Scandal erupts at the North Pole when the most powerful man on Earth is sentenced to rehab for minor traffic violation. But when he finds himself in detox program run my the estranged Mrs. Claus, Santa's desperate struggle to conceal the truth about his arrest, uncovers yet another sordid secret that could mean the end of Christmas-as-we-know-it."

A Christmas Wizard of Oz  | Open: 11/21/09 Close: 11/22/09
 Adam Roebuck Productions presents
Christmas Wizard of Oz by Kathryn Schultz Miller

Roy Arias Theater Complex
Times Square Arts Center
300 West 43rd Street
Between 8th & 9th Avenues
5th Floor Off Broadway Theater

A cast of 22 talented tri-state middle school students bring to life the classic children's story, Wizard of Oz to life with a Christmas twist. This 35 minute long production is suitable for all ages and seating is general admission. Large orders should arrive 30 minutes prior to showtime to ensure the group can sit together.

Cinderella  | Open: 06/26/10 Close: 06/27/10
A talented cast of 24 tri-state teens and youngsters bring to the life the classic Cinderella story with a summer Hawaiian twist.  The show is being presented in Midtown at the Roy Arias Theater Center's Off Broadway Theater on Saturday, June 26th & Sunday 27th @ both 11:15, 12:30, and 1:45 both days.  Tickets are $15 online $15 at the door if available.  The show is 45 minutes long and suitable for all ages.


Nothing Serious  | Open: 06/25/11 Close: 06/26/11
 Nothing Serious is a collection of Rich Orloff's 10 most popular and acclaimed 10-minute comedies, including two affectionate dissections of Theatre Itself (Playwriting 101: The Rooftop Lesson and Oh My God, It's Another Play). From Antarctica and Disneyland to the Garden of Eden and inside the womb, Orloff creates theatrical worlds that are both imaginative and hilarious. 

Reefer Madness  | Open: 06/22/11 Close: 07/01/11
 Bill, Mary, Gwen, and Jimmy are all swell kids. They listen to their parents, do well in school, and help out around the community -- that is, until they get caught up in the marijuana subculture. With "Mary Jane" filling their lungs, these kids resort to theft, prostitution, and murder to satisfy their cravings, which leads to suicide and death sentences. Is one puff really too much? A hilarious send-up of the 1936 exploitation film, now a cult classic. 

Scared Skinny: A One (hundred Pound Lighter) Woman Show  | Open: 07/03/11 Close: 07/03/11
As a chubby Italian American child growing up in Queens, Mary Dimino was warned by her mother that playing in a sandbox could lead to venereal disease and cautioned by her “perverted” knife wielding grandmother to stay away from all boys and dogs. Eating sausage and pepper sandwiches for lunch (with a cannoli for dessert), she suffered acute humiliation from her peers. Yet when she was only 8 years old, the realization of Mary’s dream, to one day be skinny, was foretold on a Ouiga board. Still an obese virgin at age 26, Mary had an epiphany when she overheard two “Guidos” from Brooklyn making merciless fun of her. Angry and determined, she faced her fears and after a number of false starts, finally fulfilled the destiny of her Ouiga board. One hundred and fifteeen pounds later, Mary Dimino tells the amazing and hilarious journey behind her remarkable achievement. 


Simpatico  | Open: 03/10/06 Close: 03/13/06
A revival of the Shepard work.

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Snapshot  | Open: 09/28/10 Close: 10/03/10
            A photograph captures and documents a single moment in time and space - a snapshot of history, of a reality bounded by the photo's frame.  But what lies outside, beyond, behind the photograph?  And what stories, memories, associations does and image of place inspire?  In this multi-writer  project from Actors Theatre of louisville, a diverse assortment of talented playwrights encounter and transform Mount Rushmore, South Dakota, 1969, a compelling image of the monument by renowned photographer Lee Friedlander. Their thought provoking scenes and monologues range from delightful comedy to utterly serious tragedy, each approaching the photo's themes through a new lens.




Guide - Mark J. Parker
Operator One - Kati Schwartz
Operator Two - Jackie Sneyers
Bobby - Linn Davis
Did - Ralph Mullen
Loyal - Michael Galante
Girl - Meghan Sara Karre
Dave - Scott Andrews
Karen - Reyna Bailey
Man #1 - Matthew McShane
Girl #2 - Hannah Barudin
Trey - Spencer Young
Trina - Lacy Jeka
Man #2 - Benjamin Curley
Woman # 1 - Meg Arielle Grujon
Man #3 - Matt Wray
Man #4 - Yaron M. Urbas
Woman #2 - Susan Rolfe
Woman #3 - Lindsay Bartlette Allen
Instructor - Shray Richardson
Maggie - Ariela Rossberg
Man #5 - Sean Miller
Ranger - Michael Queleal
Babe - Phylicia Freeman
Annette - Shanna Riker










Spring's Awakening  | Open: 04/12/11 Close: 04/17/11
 Spring's Awakening is a tragi-comedy of teenage sex. Its fourteen-year-old heroine, Wendla, is killed by abortion pills. The young Moritz, terrorized by the world around him, and especially by his teachers, shoots himself. The ending seems likely to be the suicide of Moritz's friend, Melchior, but in a confrontation with a mysterious stranger (the famous Masked Man) he finally manages to shed his illusions and face the consequences.  Told in simple yet compelling language this play tells the story of adolescents attempting to grow up and understand the adult world with all its mysteries, especially sexuality. The parents and teachers they encounter however are too obsessed with being "respectable" citizens to be able to honestly deal with the thoughts and feelings of their own children. The result is tragedy for all involved.

The Wizard Of Oz  | Open: 06/25/11 Close: 07/03/11
 A cast of 26 talented kids and teens bring to life the classic children's story, The Wizard of Oz. 

The Xyz Files  | Open: 06/26/10 Close: 06/27/10
 A talented cast of 20 presents the XYZ Files, a 45 minute 1 act spoof on the X-Files tv and film franchise.  The show is being presented in Midtown at the Roy Arias Theater Center's Off Broadway Theater on Saturday, June 26th & Sunday 27th @ both 3:15, 4:30, and 5:15 both days.  Tickets are $15 online $15 at the door if available.  The show is 45 minutes long and suitable for all ages. 

Yearbook: The High School Musical  | Open: 06/22/10 Close: 06/27/10
Before there was Glee and High School Musical there was Yearbook: A High School Musical.  1st produced commercially in the 90's, Yearbook is now being presented in Midtown at the Roy Arias Theater Center's Off Broadway Theater on Tuesday, June 22nd through the 27th.  The show takes the audience on fun yet poignant ride through a class of high school student's senior year.  The cast of 24 performs 25 songs in this 2 hour show, suitable for all ages.