Genre: Comedy, Drama, Festival, Solo Performance
Written by Celestial Zenith, Directed by Shannon Stowe.

A Date for the Evening written and performed by Celestial Zenith, directed and choreographed by Shannon Stowe. One woman in the course of an evening takes on speed dating, struggling to connect with anyone to mend her broken past.

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Open:   02/22/14
Close:   03/09/14

Feb 22nd, 8:25pm
Feb 26th, 10:15pm
Mar 1st, 2:05pm
Mar 3rd, 8:40pm
Mar 9th, 2:05pm:
Theater:   Under St. Marks
Address:   94 St. Mark's Place
New York, NY
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Cost:$5 - $15
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Company: FRIGID New York         Official Web Site: www.frigidnewyork.info
Celestial Zenith Writer, Producer, and Performer
Celestial Zenith graduated from San Francisco State University with a BA in Drama Performance. This marks Celestial’s debut as a writer and playwright and her debut performing in New York City. Prior to moving to New York she performed throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, in such shows as: Chicago, Hamlet, NINE, Equus, Working, and Hay Fever. Celestial also spent some time in Hawaii and performed as the sassy Angel in The Best Little Whore House in Texas and then in London where she worked with The Actors and Writers of London, Actors Centre, The Hinde St. Musical Theatre Showcase and performed in Comparison Theatre Co.’s production of A Midsummer Nights Dream. Celestial will be applying “A date for the evening” to various festival’s throughout the country this year. Check out her website for current information and updates: www.celestialzenith.com
Shannon Stowe Director and Choreographer
Shannon Stowe graduated from the New School for Drama with her MFA in Acting. Since graduating, she has choreographed Henry VI (parts 1, 2, & 3), Macbeth, and is currently assistant director for Love's Labour's Lost.  She recently choreographed The Norway Plays:  Drama Beyond Ibsen for Ego Actus at Theatre for New City.  Her dance theatre company, New Dance Theatre, made it's debut in October this year.  As a director, Shannon won best classical production (Bay Area Small Theatre Awards) for her production of Enchanted April.  She directed and choreographed numerous productions in the San Francisco Bay Area before moving to New York to attend the New School.