Heights Players Theatre

Todays Date: 10/14/19
Last Update: 01/05/10 02:33:12 AM

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Address: 26 Willow Place
Brooklyn, NY    11201

Phone: (718) 237-2752
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BY SUBWAY Take the 4 or 5 train to Borough Hall. Walk west (towards the East River) on Joralemon Street to Willow Place, OR, Take the 2 or 3 train to Borough Hall and exit to Montague Street or take the M or R train to Court Street and exit to Clinton Street. Walk 3 blocks west on Montague Street (towards the East River) to Hicks Street. Turn left on Hicks Street. Continue on Hicks Street to Joralemon Street. Make a right on Joralemon Street and continue down to Willow Place and turn left. The theater is about mid-block. Or A/ F train to Jay Street Bourgh Hall BY CAR (From Manhattan) Take the Brooklyn Bridge to the first exit (Cadman Plaza). Stay to the left of the fork after exiting. Proceed across Cadman Plaza 1 block to Henry Street. Make a left on Henry Street and continue to Joralemon Street and turn right. Proceed one block to Willow Place and turn left. (From Brooklyn) Take the Belt Parkway to the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway east to the Atlantic Avenue exit. Bear right on the exit fork to Atlantic Avenue and make an immediate left onto Hicks Street. Go 2 blocks to Joralemon Street and make a left. Proceed one block to Willow Place and turn left. (From Queens) Take the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway west to Atlantic Avenue exit. Bear right after exit and proceed to traffic light. Make a right at the light onto Atlantic Avenue. Go up Atlantic 1 block to Hicks Street and make a left. Go 2 blocks to Joralemon Street and make a left. Proceed one block to Willow Place and turn left. (From Staten Island) Take the Verrazano Bridge to the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway and follow directions from Brooklyn, above.

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Take Me Out By Richard Greenberg  | Open: 01/08/10 Close: 01/24/10
Darren Lemming, the star center fielder of the world champion New York Empires, is young, rich, famous, talented, handsome and so convinced of his popularity that when he casually announces he’s gay, he assumes the news will be readily accepted by everyone. It isn’t. Friends, fans and teammates react with ambivalence, and when the slipping Empires call up the young phenom Shane Mungitt to close their games, the ambivalence turns to violence. Angry, lonely, guilt-ridden and confused, Darren finds some unlikely solace in the form of friendship with his new business manager, Mason Marzac—a brilliant but repressed guy, who, as everyone around him copes with disenchantment, blooms in the ecstatic discovery of baseball.