Parker Theatre at the Algonquin

Todays Date: 06/26/22
Last Update: 11/28/09 09:21:43 PM
Address: 123 East 24 Street
New York,   

History of Productions View Current and Upcoming

Three time Emmy Award winning comedian Dave Konig goes from being a Hebrew School dropout to a national spokesman for the Catholic Church and back again in this hilarious new one man show. It's a journey of faith - with really bad Mapquest directions!

Dog Sees God  | Open: 10/17/08 Close: 10/19/08
A dark and funny speculation of what some familiar characters face now that they are in high school, including drugs, eating disorders, and questions of sexual identity. The New York Post called the original hit off-Broadway production "Inventive and raunchy...hysterically funny."

Directed by Patricia Runcie.

Cast (in alphabetical order): Jamie Lyn Bagley, Louis Correa, Jennifer Levine, Linnea Peery, Jared Shirkey, Aaron Slavik, Stefanie Tara, Ellis J. Wells

Six Husbands Of Elizabeth The Queen  | Open: 07/05/08 Close: 07/19/08
The Supporting Characters, a Pelham, NY-based professional company dedicated to developing new work, and NYC's ETC Productions present the world premiere of Robert Gulack's SIX HUSBANDS OF ELIZABETH THE QUEEN July 5-19 at the newly renovated Algonquin Theatre complex. The play, written in verse, is a lively exploration of an alternate universe in which the woman we know as the Virgin Queen experiences motherhood and romance with a series of English history's notables during a Golden--and dangerous--Age.

Songs for the production written by recent Emmy award winner Larry Hochman and Laurie Hochman. Directed by Cynthia Granville, the play stars Katherine Barron as Elizabeth, with Bruce Barton*, Francis Callahan*, Molly Callahan, Nancy Elton, Andrew Hurley, Tarek Khan, Berry Newkirk and Jeremy Waters. Stage Management by Steven Barrett. Performances July 5 at 8pm, July 6 at 3pm and 7pm, July 8-11 at 8pm, July 12 at 6pm, July 13 at 3pm and 7pm, July 18 at 8pm, July 19 at 3pm and 8pm at the Parker Theatre at the Algonquin, 123 East 24 Street (between Park and Lexington Aves.). Tickets $18 at or 212-352-3101, toll free 866-811-4111.