NAKED HOLIDAYS is a darkly comic Yuletide bacchanalia of theater and burlesque. This boisterous holiday extravaganza puts a bawdy spin on some of our best-loved winter traditions. Highlights include:
• Weredeer: A man who's been bitten by a Weredeer is doomed to become one on Christmas Eve.
• How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love the Holidays: The War on Christmas is here and the FOX newsroom is the final holdout against the anti-Christmas forces.
• The Worst Jews In the World: A Christmas-loving Jewish couple is convinced that they're the world's worst Jews. But history proves them wrong.
• Dad Came Out This Christmas: A father makes the Yuletides gay.
• The Big Toy Chest: Six sexy, wayward elves are imprisoned by a sadistic warden. What will they do to break out of The Big Toy Chest?
• The Naked People Play: the traditional full-monty Naked Holidays closer.
Times Square Arts Center
669-8th AVe/42nd St
Saturdays at 10:30pm
$25 online/$30 at door plus 2 drink minimum
Join NYC sensation Sweetie on a comedic romp as the interactive game show musical comedy showcases drag performers, special guest co-hosts and prizes for the audience. This weekly changing insane roster of talent and wits brings camp and zany fun to off-broadway by all walks of life. The ‘interactive musical game show comedy’ has contestants male and female, from all walks of life pitted against each other in a fabulous battle for drag superstardom. Since 2005, The Ultimate Drag Off has been entertaining audiences in two previous successful off-off Broadway runs in NYC. Now it makes its official Off-Broadway debut! Hosted by NYC actor Daniel Booth in his larger-than-life persona, Sweetie (Wig Out, Charmed Life, Project Runway, Starbooty). The colorful ‘cast’ of contestants is an ever-changing weekly roster with some of your favorite and undiscovered talent from across the country in a wacky glamour-fest with brainy categories, comedic camp and live musical performances.
Audiences can expect special surprise guest co-hosts from Stage, Film/TV and NYC nightlife. In the form of 70’s game shows such as ‘Let’s Make a Deal’ and ‘The Gong Show’ mixed with ‘America’s Got Talent’, this laugh out loud romp is a NYC treasure where the audience decides the outcome of the evening and gets to bestow the winner with the coveted ‘Drag Off’ crown and send the losers home with lovely parting gifts.
“Zanily Entertaining!”& “Sweetie is Flawless!”- Michael Musto, Village Voice
“Don’t Miss It!”- TimeOutNY Magazine
“Awesome, Deranged & Ridiculously Entertaining!”- Washington Square News
“Wild, Campy Fun! A Great Night Out!”- 95.5 WPLJ Radio
All information for showtimes and tickets can be found on www.DRAGOFF.com
- "Funeral!" - an interactive comedic murder mystery, from Reality Aside Theatre
- Horror flicks
- Drink, dessert, and food specials
An uproarious new play by ML Kinney, Life Among The Natives is one-woman's journey out of the closet and into the jungle. Jewel Native, mild mannered accountant and lesbian, is not out to her family. Her girlfriend Amanda has talked her into having a family dinner so that Jewel can come out and announce their wedding plans. What follows is a farcical adventure through the life of the Natives. Directed by Julie Fei-Fan Balzer, with performances by Maria Teresa Creasey, Adam Law, Amir Levi, Geoffrey Parrish, Kristen Rozanski, Miranda Shields, Adia Tucker, and Amy Windle. Further information is available to view at www.milkcantheatre.org.
Life Among The Natives will be performed as part of The Milk Can Theatre Company's monthly reading series Scene Herd Uddered. To call it a reading series is a misnomer. Scene Herd Uddered isn't actors sitting in chairs simply reading a script. Instead, each presentation is the culmination of seven weeks of intense developmental work. We give a team — usually composed of a playwright, a director and a group of actors — a budget, rented space in which to show their work, a stage manager, publicity, and a support staff of dramaturgs. This is a rare opportunity for emerging artists to spend seven weeks developing a project together, without the intense pressures and constraints usually associated with the production of a new play. We gladly push teams to take huge creative risks and stretch the boundaries, rather than driving towards a neat, traditional end product. Each month we invite the public to view these projects-in-progress and share their views on them. We hope you will join us on Sunday, September 9th at 7 pm at The Star Theatre, Times Square Arts Center, 300 West 43rd Street, 4th Floor. Tickets are $10. There will be a discussion with the writer, director, and cast after the performance.
Tickets can be purchased online at http://www.theatermania.com/content/show.cfm/show/132739 or calling 212 352-3101. For group rates and more info call 917 716-6635.
A 90 minute Hip Hop Multimedia Musical One Act Play examining the Emotional and Psychological impact of Hurricane Katrina on Survivors.
EXTENDED 5 SHOWS
Back By Popular Demand!!!! Featuring Hip Hop Artist "Shakka" and his popular Katrina song "So Much water " and other original songs such as "Weren't We Human" and "Hell"with original Soundtrack by Writer/Director/Actor Emmitt Thrower. Dance and movement by Choreographers Arlee Chadwick and Safiya. Moving Stills by Morris Ware,Jr, The Government's weak response to disaster is also explored. Emotional/Exciting/Shocking/Provacative/ And sometimes amusing. Just a few words to describe this History making play. Special Performance By Writer/Actor Emmitt Thrower. A Not to be missed experience. Show Re-opens Thursday 12-14-2006 To 12-17-2006 Thurs-Sat 8PM Sat 3pm and Sunday 2:30PM
Tickets are $30 at Door, $25 Advance and $20 Students and Seniors
BOX Office 212 352-3101
Groups and info contact Emmitt at 917 716-6635