The Collective presents
A collection of solo works written by Clay McLeod Chapman
Directed by Melissa Rindell
Playwright and story-teller Clay McLeod Chapman has seen his short fiction transposed to the stage for over the last ten years, produced in Romania, Scotland, Ireland and here in the US. Originator of the rigorous story-performance group, the Pumpkin Pie Show, Chapman has taken his writing to the Sibiu International Festival of Theatre, the NY Fringe Festival, and Edinburgh Fringe Festival. His first book of stories, rest area, has been published.
Performed by members of The Collective:
Suzannah Quincy Beard*, Patrick Bonck, Karen Chamberlain, Margaret Champagne, Kevin Kane* and Melissa Rindell.
An Equity approved showcase.
*These Actors appear courtesy of Actors Equity Association.
About the Company: The Collective
NO EMPTY SEATS - The Collective's "Make Theatre Accessible" mission
It is an essential part of The Collective's mission to provide access to quality theatre for individuals and groups who cannot afford to see a show or are not aware that such opportunities exist. We would rather share our work with an enthusiastic and engaged audience who have not paid a dime than to have empty seats.
WHAT WE DO
1. Tickets to our productions are offered free of charge and on a pay-what-you-can basis.
2. We promote to schools and through social media, and try to reach communities for whom quality theatre may remain a luxury instead of an integral part of the culture.
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Tuesday through Saturday at 8pm
Theater: Center Stage, NY
Address: 48 West 21st Street, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10010
Cost:$18 general admission; $12 student (with valid ID)
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