Genre: Classical, Comedy, Drama
Written by Peter Barnes; Directed by Stephanie Barton-Farcas

Faced with the hopeless devastation of the black plague in 1300s France, a desperate monk hits upon his sacred crusade: Let them die laughing! That is, in a nutshell, the plot of Peter Barnes' utterly brilliant 1978 play, Red Noses, first produced by the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1985. This Olivier winner is now set in modern day NYC with contemporary music.

The production stars Michael Abourizk, Galia Backal, Margaret Baker, Jessica Bathurst, Diana Benigno, Colin Buckingham, Felicia Castaldo, Christina Cornevin, Anouk Dutruit, Ava Eades, Milton Elliott*, Michael Gnat*, Dane Guiffre, James Harter*, Coutrney Knysch, Fenton Li, Nicholas Linnehan, Lisa Locascio, Karen McFarlane, Alexander Nero, Alana Osborn-Lief, Christina Pagan*, Elana Storms, Guy Ventoliere*, and Perri Yaniv*.

Scenic Design is by Kelly Tighe, Costume design by Nicu’s Spoon/TDF Costume Collection, Lighting Design by Steven Wolf and original music by Ian Wherle. Stephanie Barton-Farcas is Sound Designer, Juni Li is Production Stage Manager, Felicia Castaldo and Marco Naranjo are the Assistant Stage Managers, and  Guy Ventoliere is Assistant Set Designer.  Publicity by Kampfire PR.

About the Company: Nicu's Spoon, Inc.
Founded in early 2001, Nicu’s Spoon is dedicated to producing socially reflective theatre that innovatively challenges stereotypes, and touches the heart in an unexpected way. We are the central theater group in New York City who acts as a home for all - differing colors, abilities, ages, genders, and abilities. We celebrate collaboration in developing productions that are pertinent to today’s global, diverse and rapidly changing world. New York City is full of people who are on the move and unheard, in every skin imaginable. We are committed to involving the spectrum of diverse and multi-abled voices in play selection, programs & internships, our artistic, production and volunteer staffs, and in our audience. Each play involves the rainbow we see around us on the streets of NYC. We see only possibilities and intend to change our perception of the world, one play at a time….

Open:   04/08/15
Close:   04/19/15

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Wednesdays at 8 p.m.
Thursdays at 8 p.m.
Fridays at 8 p.m.
Saturdays at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Sundays at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m.
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Address:   4402 23rd Street
Long Island City, NY 11101
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