VITAL SIGNS NEW WORKS FESTIVAL

Genre: Festival

SPANKY, written by Mark Loewenstern, directed by Karen Sommers
The play examines gender roles, identity and yes, spanking

THE MECHANICALS, written by Ross Maxwell, directed by Frank Pisco,
A smug playwright makes a Faustian deal with the Devil for success, only to have it backfire when actors reap their revenge.

AL AND AUDREY, written by Norman Kline, directed by David Hilder
Two young office workers on a smoke break make a discovery that will change their lives.

MIAMI CONNECTION, written by Stephen Bittrich, directed by Greg Thorson
Going on vacation may be a real treat, but on the plane to your destination, you never know who might be sitting next to you...and how many personalities he might have.

THE WAY, THE TRUTH, THE LIFE, written by Stephen Bittrich, directed by Hamilton Clancy
The play takes an insider's look at the class of Gill Barry, the Big Apple's hottest acting teacher. You shall not act, but through Gil.

ANGELS AND TRAUMA, written by Kara Hartig, directed by Mary Kate Burke
A husband and wife attempt to find their way back to one other, despite seemingly insurmountable odds.
About the Company: Vital Theatre Company

VITAL THEATRE COMPANY is a community of artists who believe that a shared theatrical experience profoundly affects people's lives. The company creates stories that challenge its audience to ask questions, make discoveries and engage in dialogue. Programming includes Vital Main Stage, which produces work for adults on the main stage, and Vital Signs New Works Festival, a series of one-act plays. Vital Children's Theatre commissions, develops and produces new musicals performed by adults for families. To date the company has seen 28 plays and musicals go on to publication. Vital Theatre Company's Arts in Education Programs have reached over 60 schools and 15,000 students through live performances, post-show workshops and long-term residencies with schools in! cluding Fordham School for the Arts, New Explorers High School in the Bronx and Brooklyn Theatre Arts High School.

Open:   01/27/05
Close:   02/05/05

Schedule:
Thursday-Saturday at 7pm
Theater:   Vital Theatre Company
Address:   2162 Broadway
New York, NY
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Subway Info: Take the 1, 2, 3 or 9 train to 72nd Street

Cost:$15.00, $10.00 Students and Seniors
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Presented by: Vital Theatre Company         Official Web Site: www.vitaltheatre.org