Village Theater

Todays Date: 06/26/22
Last Update: 08/25/07 11:57:51 PM
Address: 158 Bleecker Street
New York, NY   

Location: (at Thompson Street)
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Subway Info: Take the A, C, E, F train to West 4th Street

History of Productions View Current and Upcoming

BASH'd: A Gay Rap Opera  | Open: 08/10/07 Close: 08/24/07
written and performed by CHRIS CRADDOCK & NATHAN CUCKOW
music by AARON MACRI directed by RON JENKINS

"BASH'd is brilliant, this is a show you don't dare miss"
-Richard Ouzounian, TORONTO STAR

The New Bohemia: A Burlesque Murder Mystery Musical  | Open: 08/12/05 Close: 08/28/05
Inspired by characters from Gotham's subterranean speakeasies, the art of Noir Theater and the Emerald City of dreamers, Manhattan, the sexy tale of streetwise singers, delicious divas and sumptuous showgirls wrapped up in a murder mystery comes to life. Injected with a dose of elegance and a trickle of decadence, it's sure to poison your mind with contagious melodies and infectious dances.

A timeless roller-coaster evening reminiscent of bad old Berlin, gay Paris, and Burlesque of yesterday and a hallucinatory vision of Gotham in years to come. A classic "who done it" mixed with a little "come and get it" and a sure to be theater cult hit!"

Music by: Rima Fand, Shelly Watson and Miguel Weissman
Lyrics by: Patrick Bonomo and Shelly Watson
Choreography by: Jenn Bates

Part of the New York International Fringe Festival

Feud: Fire on the Mountain  | Open: 08/12/05 Close: 08/27/05
Feud: Fire on the Mountain begins at the end of the Civil War when the lynching of a returning Union soldier sets off a private war between two Appalachian families. The classic, true story of the bloodiest, most notorious feud in American history is reinvented with a dark comic flavor. Underlying tensions explode between the Hatfields and McCoys, building to a provocative, gripping climax. What happened to Love Thy Neighbor?