The Directors Company

Todays Date: 10/21/19
Last Update: 10/11/17 03:50:47 PM

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Address: 311 W. 43 St., 4th Floor
New York, NY    10036

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Lady Macbeth And Her Lover  | Open: 11/01/17 Close: 11/19/17
LADY MACBETH AND HER LOVER, a new play by acclaimed playwright Richard Vetere (One Shot One Kill), and directed by Michelle Bossy runs from November 1st through November 19th at the The Directors Studio at The Directors Company (311 West 43rd Street -Suite 4th floor).

LADY MACBETH AND HER LOVER tells the tale of three women, whose lives are intertwined when two of them make a suicide pact, and one dies, while the other goes on to live a successful life. When the daughter of the dead woman connects with the survivor, she demands that she be her literary mentor. Inspired by the lives of Sylvia Plath, Anne Sexton and Elizabeth Bishop, LADY MACBETH AND HER LOVER is a psychological thriller that challenges and feeds the soul. The production stars Christy Escobar and Maja Wampuscyz and is directed by Michelle Bossy.

Tickets are $25 and are now on sale online at www.smarttix.com or by phone at 212-868-4444.

No Word In Guyanese For Me  | Open: 04/11/12 Close: 04/30/12
A Guyanese Muslim struggles to reconcile her sexual identity and devotion to her religion. As faith and family test her, she gives them the choice: accept who she is or lose her forever.


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Nocturnal Creatures  | Open: 03/09/12 Close: 03/17/12
Two neighbors. One works by night, the other by day. One enjoys literature, the other enjoys model trains and tinkering with broken objects. They seem to have little in common, until they run into each other in a local café. Only this is no coincidence: one of them has been planning this moment for a very, very, very long time. This encounter leads them into a game of power that changes their relationship forever.

Brimming with dark humor, Nocturnal Creatures depicts a world of profound loneliness and alienation. The international press has raved about the play, and Dave Jordan from WHAT’S ON STAGE (London) described it as “Pinter meets Ionesco in this absorbing, disturbing, darkly comic tale of fear, anxiety and manipulation."

Produced worldwide, the international press has raved about the play. Dave Jordan from WHAT’S ON STAGE (London) described it as “Pinter meets Ionesco in this absorbing, disturbing, darkly comic tale of fear, anxiety and manipulation."

A play by Juan Mayorga, translated by David Johnston and directed by Jerry Ruiz. With Pietro Gonzalez, Berioska Ipinza, Puy Navarro and Francisco Reyes.


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