Genre: Comedy
Evening of One-Acts to Benefit Coalition for the Homeless

Access Theater in Tribeca presents No Change, four political comedies about wanting to change the world -- and failing miserably. All four plays were written by James Christy, whose first full-length play Never Tell had an extended run at the New York International Fringe Festival in 2004. Proceeds will benefit the Coalition for the Homeless, and the March 5th performance will be followed by a benefit reception. The plays are:

A Shot: A Vietnam veteran struggling with demons from his past comes face to face with the self-involved ennui of a younger generation.
Put Them Away: A teenage boy who objects to being grounded tries to get his left-leaning parents detained as terrorists.
The Club: Three would-be anarchists' plan to make an environmental statement is snagged by administrative quarreling.
Change: A man's effort to help a homeless woman on a subway backfires and makes him examine his own intentions.
Open:   02/24/05
Close:   03/06/05

Thursday to Saturday at 8:00PM, Sundays @ 7:00PM
Theater:   Access Theater
Address:   380 Broadway, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10013
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Closest subway: NR to Canal., walk south on Broadway to theatre.

Cost:$15.00 or Call: Reservations at 917 604-2175