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The Spring Fling: My Best/worst Date Ever  | Open: 04/26/12 Close: 05/13/12
The smash-hit, New York Innovative Theatre-nominated collection of world-premiere plays returns to IRT with a fresh new selection!

Come watch our award-winning playwrights riff on the theme of "My Best/Worst Date Ever" with surprising, thoughtful, and hilarious results.

Remember that time when...?
Relive the joy and the horror with your friends at F*It Club.

F*It Club presents
The Spring Fling: My Best/Worst Date Ever
Running April 26-May 13, 2012
Thurs-Sat @ 8pm, Sun @ 2pm
@ IRT (154 Christopher Street)

Tickets $18 and available on Brown Paper Tickets (http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/237366) in advance or at the door.

"Mort" by Lucy Boyle
Directed by Tamara Fisch
Featuring Jon Bass*, Paul L. Coffey*, & Allyson Morgan*

"Papers" by Anna Kerrigan
Directed by Kate Pines
Featuring Topher Mikels & Emily Young*

"A50" by Victor Lesniewski
Directed by Victor Maog
Featuring Kevin Dwyer & Bobby Moreno*

"Film Forum" by Isaac Oliver
Directed by Kate Pines
Featuring Amanda Duarte*, Stephen Graybill*, & Jessica Rothenberg*

"The Depression" by Mark Schultz
Directed by Stephen Brackett
Featuring Marty Brown*

"A Map of Broken Glass" by Anna Ziegler
Directed by Jerry Ruiz
Featuring Amir Arison* & Mara Kassin*

Stage Manager: Joe Mulica
Assistant Stage Manager: Kristine Schlachter*
Costume Design: Whitney Anne Adams
Set Design: Sara Nelson & Sarah Martin
Sound Design: Mark Parenti
Light Design: David Sexton

*denotes AEA member
Equity Approved Showcase

It's never too late for your first...or second...Spring Fling.


About the Company: F*It Club

To provide a forum for actors, writers, directors, and producers to develop and produce work in film and theatre without waiting for the hierarchical system to say "yes."


Comprised of an up-and-coming group of actors, writers, directors, and producers, F*It Club is committed to providing equal opportunity for all of its members. We hope to build both a home and a community for artists to share, grow, and create.

Our film and theatre production company was founded with the goal to provide access and opportunity. We say "f* it" to waiting for opportunity to knock. We are seizing opportunity and making it ours. We want to make work and we want to make it NOW.

Doesn't Everybody Do It In Paris?  | Open: 06/09/10 Close: 06/26/10
Based on Gustave Flaubert's classic novel Madame Bovary, Doesn't Everybody Do It In Paris? is a multimedia dance theatre piece that explores the catastrophic outcome of attempting to reconcile the reality of one's everyday life with idealized notions of romance and glamour. Combining video, live and recorded music and text, and choreography set on untrained dancers, the piece examines, in a non-narrative style, both Emma Bovary's unchecked fantasies and their eerie echos in the life of the novel's first English translator Eleanor Marx Aveling.

Doesn't Everybody Do It In Paris? uses live and recorded music and text, video, and choreography with untrained dancers, to examine, in a non-narrative style, the intersections in the stories of Bovary and Marx Aveling. The use of untrained dancers spotlights the thematic considerations of aspiration and failure within the piece and questions the traditional role of dance as an amusement for the elite.

The production features James Allerdyce as Edward Aveling, Max Dana as Léon Rodolphe, Brady Jenkins as Charles Bovary, Nathan Lemoine as Monsieur Lheureux, Nadège Néchadi as Eva Frye, Maki Takenouchi as Emma Bovary, and Siobhan Towey as Eleanor Marx.

Windows of the Soul: Magical Life Stories from the  | Open: 03/06/06 Close: 03/12/06
Description of show (fully produced new comedy/drama); "Through "windows of the soul" we catch glimpses of today's young Deaf people and compare their hopes, dreams, and struggles with the magical themes of Deaf literature, history, and lore across generations. The show is performed in American Sign Language (ASL), spoken English, with dance, mime, magic, poetry and multi-media - accessible to all audiences Deaf and hearing."