Genre: Festival, Reading
Tutus written by Natalie Margolin, directed by Alyssa White - Flat Fish written by Sean Dunnington, directed by Jenna Spiwack

Written by Natalie Margolin 
Directed by Alyssa White

This is a play about a girl who poops in her tutu during her first ballet recital. Tutus explores how we process our experiences, reminding us how important it is to laugh when things feel tragic, and questioning what happens when there's no room for laughter anymore. 

Flat Fish 
Written by Sean Dunnington 
Directed by Jenna Spiwack 

When Willy goes missing, his older sister Jill goes on a quest to bring him home. By reading the journal he left behind, Jill comes to understand her brother's misguided search for love--and, ultimately, uncovers not only the answers that Willy has been looking for, but makes unprecedented discoveries about herself. Through witnessing the complicated and unpredictable past of Willy, as Jill unfolds her disregarded issues, Flat Fish tells a haunting story of family, connection, and love.

The Fresh Grind Festival was created to feature new, original works in development and up-and-coming writers and directors. It is an opportunity to collaborate, to explore, and to develop original plays and musicals, culminating in public staged readings at Theaterlab, a white-box theatre in midtown. 

About the Company: Black Coffee Productions


Black Coffee Productions was founded in July 2016 by George Simon, a young producer seeking to create exciting and thought-provoking theatre, film, and music. Curbside Waltz marks the company's first short film, completed in November 2016 and now entering film festivals. BCP is producing the Fresh Grind Festival, a staged reading event featuring ten new plays and musicals, in January of 2017. The company is based in New York. Quality entertainment, highly caffeinated.


Open:   01/18/17
Close:   01/22/17

Wednesday, January 18th at 7:00 pm
Sunday, January 22nd at 2:00 pm :
Address:   357 W36th street
New York, NY 10018
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