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Gifts - A New Holiday Play  | Open: 12/04/14 Close: 12/21/14
Join The Letter of Marque Theater Company this holiday season for "Gifts", our new holiday play adapted from the classic story “The Gift of the Magi".

 "Gifts", looks at the holiday season through the lens of a modern relationship- joys and heartbreaks included. The show picks up where O'Henry's heartwarming tale of sacrifice leaves off, following the young couple from Christmas to Christmas as they learn and re-learn what it means to give, to receive and what they really want for themselves and for each other.

Starring Welland H. Scripps and Scarlet Maressa Rivera, written and directed by Nolan Kennedy, with new and re-imagined music under the direction of mandolin virtuoso Samuel Day Harmet, a magical set designed by Steven Brenman, and an “olfactory wonderland” installation in the lobby, "Gifts" is poised to transport its audiences through nostalgia, heartbreak and self-discovery.  Join us for Opening Night, Thursday December 4th for a winter wonderland of warm cookies, holiday treats and singalong music from 7pm onwards. Show starts 8pm.

FREE TICKETS available with advanced RSVP online at gifts-2014.eventbrite.com. Donations welcome. 

$20 Door Sales. 

Runs December 4th through 21st.

Thursday, Friday, Saturdays and Mondays

Doors 7:30pm, Show Starts 8:00pm

Sunday Matinee                                                      

Doors 4:30pm, Show Starts 5:00pm

Access Theater | 380 Broadway, New York, NY 10013
Wheelchair Accessible.

www.LoMTheater.org

Produced by The Letter of Marque Theater Co.

Written & Directed by Nolan Kennedy.

Actors: Welland H. Scripps,  Scarlet M. Rivera

Set Design: Steven Brenman

Props: Serra Hirsch

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An Infinite Act  | Open: 11/07/13 Close: 11/22/13
 "From their first kiss to their first child, from a horrible tragedy to a second chance, this love story about an intercultural relationship between a Jewish man and an Asian woman charts the infinite directions in which two lives can travel."

 

HOPE AND CHARLES ARE A PAIR OF LONELY TWENTY-SOMETHINGS ABOUT TO END A SUPREMELY UNINTERESTING FIRST DATE. BUT JUST AS THEY SAY GOOD NIGHT, THE MYRIAD POSSIBILITIES OF THEIR FUTURES AND A LIFE SHARED TOGETHER COME RUSHING TO MEET THEM. FROM THEIR FIRST KISS TO THEIR FIRST CHILD, FROM A HORRIBLE TRAGEDY TO A SECOND CHANCE, AN INFINITE ACHE CHARTS THE COURSE OF AN INTERCULTURAL RELATIONSHIP AND THE INFINITE DIRECTIONS IN WHICH TWO LIVES CAN TRAVEL.


About the Company: An Impossible Thing Productions

 

IS A TEAM OF DEEPLY PASSIONATE, CREATIVE ARTISTS DEDICATED TO TELLING STORIES THAT ILLUMINATE THE HUMAN CONDITION. THIS IS ITS INAUGURAL PRODUCTION.

Rise and Fall of a Teenage Cyberqueen  | Open: 02/28/13 Close: 03/17/13
What happens in cyberspace does not stay in cyberspace...

In the Rise and Fall of a Teenage Cyberqueen, everyone in a small town is searching for something online.  Love.  Sex.  Popularity. 

What they don't realize is the internet is a masquerade.  Video cams play tricks with your eyes.  Online chat rooms strip away anonymity.  Self-deception is disguised as the truth.  Inevitably, cyberspace exacts a price when people are no longer able to hide.

Challenging and thought-provoking, Rise and Fall of a Teenage Cyberqueen takes a provocative, unflinching look at the internet and the impact of the image we project online.  Exploring the dangers of cyberspace, this compelling play unravels the intertwining lives of a family, exposing their lies and tracking their downward spiral while shedding a light of compassion and wisdom.

Rise and Fall of a Teenage Cyberqueen is produced by LabRats Theater Company comprised of multidisciplinary artists committed to facilitating one another’s artistic growth by sharing and developing original work through their weekly development series as well as their Experiment Sessions program, a twice year, full day free showing of our works in process.

Rise and Fall of a Teenage Cyberqueen opens officially on Thursday, February 28th, 2013 at the Access Theater (380 Broadway at White Street). This is a strictly limited run through March 17th, 2013.

 

TICKET INFORMATION

Tickets for Rise and Fall of a Teenage Cyberqueen are available by visiting BrownPaperTickets.com, calling (800) 838-3006 and at the box office of the Access Theater (on the day of the performance). Ticket price is $18.00.

 

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

Rise and Fall of a Teenage Cyberqueen will play Wednesday through Saturday evenings at 8:00PM and Sundays at 7:00PM (there is no performance on Wednesday, February 27th).

 

DIRECTIONS

Access Theater is located at 380 Broadway at White Street, NYC (2 blocks South of Canal) on the 4th Floor; N/R train or 1/6/A/C/E to Canal St.

 

CAST

 Kathryn Wilson (Lyla) recently made her NYC debut in Abyssine, one of four plays included in Sparrowtree Theatre Company's Tales from the Tree: Four Original Fairy Tales.  Since then she has assistant directed and acted in Roots&Branches inter-generational theater company's production of Let's Eat!  She has been a student of theater for many years and currently attends NYU's Gallatin School of Individualized Study.

Jacob Perkins (Micah) New York:  The Austerity of Hope (June Havoc & Fresh Fruit Festival),  Regional: Shakespeare Theatre of DC:  Two Gentlemen of Verona, Much Ado About Nothing, The Heir Apparent, Guthrie Theater: Macbeth, Reverb.  U of M/Guthrie: Undiscovered Country, The Seagull, The Gamester, Henry VI Pts. 1-3 (Shakespeare’s Globe), As You Like It, Book of Days.  Training:  University of Minnesota/Guthrie Theater BFA Actor Training Program, South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts and Humanities.

Daniela Mastropietro(Darla), founding member of the LabRats, is an actress and writer currently studying at Columbia University for her MFA in acting. With the support of the LabRats, Daniela has written and produced her first play, Harry & Pep. She has appeared in many plays in NYC and regionally including: Time of Your Life (Storm Theatre), Valparaiso (HB Playwrights), Turandot: Rumble for the Ring (Bay Street Theater), Elevation Project (Vineyard Arts Project), The Three Sisters (CU Shapiro Theater) & most recently in the role of Annette in God of Carnage at The Blue Room Theater in Chico, California.

Perry Lewis(Jed) is a recent transplant from Colorado and thrilled to have the love, support and talent of the Labrats to welcome him to New York. While raising a family in the snowy village of Crested Butte he continued to pursue his artistic endeavors as a writer, producer, director, and actor with notable roles as Larry in Closer, Jaques in As You Like It, Howie in Rabbit Hole, Father Flynn in DOUBT and numerous others. He was the winner of the 2009 Rocky Mountain Theatre Association Acting award. He holds a B.A. in Acting from the University of Colorado, attended the National Theatre Conservatory summer session, LAByrinth Theatre Company's summer intensive, and is currently continuing his studies at the Maggie Flanagan Studio.

Jinn S. Kima.k.a. Talym (Owen) is a member of LAByrinth Theater Company and Board member of Developing Artists Theater Company (a theater school/company for 8 to 19 year olds).  On stage, he appeared in Queen Latina & The Power Posse Vs The Evils Of Society (by David Anzuelo), Race, Religion & Politics (by Stephen Adly Guirgis), Dreaming In Tongues (by cast), A Winter Party (by John Patrick Shanley), The Fairy Tale Project (by Webb Wilcoxen and directed by Jill DeArmon at the Public Theatre), Small Potatoes (by Bob Rogers) and most recently in disOriented (by Kyung Park for Theater C at Peter Jay Sharp Theater).  He is revisiting the role of Yu in the production of Shoe Story (by Ben Snyder), this time at Intar in late March 2013.  Film and TV credits include: Gravesend, Hurricane Streets, Oz, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Hate, Mattie Fresno & The Holoflux Universe, Undying and How To Make It In America.

Casey Greig (Bill) is a recent transplant from Minneapolis.  Off-Broadway: Pure Confidence (59E59) Regional: Fissures (Humana Festival/ATL), The Tempest (Actors Theater of Louisville), The Deception (La Jolla Playhouse/ Theater de la Jeune Lune), Figaro (Berkeley Rep/ Jeune Lune), Good Boys, Romeo and Juliet (Guthrie Theater) Minneapolis:Thom Pain (based on nothing), Pillowman, Beauty Queen of Leenane, Bash: Latterday Plays, Skylight, Molly's Delicious, Torch Song Trilogy, Iphigenia  Film: Stuck Between Stations, NoNames.

 

CREATIVE TEAM

Padraic Lillis: (Director) has worked on Broadway, National Tours, Off-Broadway, Tony Award winning Regional Theaters. His Off-Broadway directing credits include: Scott Hudson’s SWEET STORM with Alchemy Theatre in Association with LAByrinth Theater Company, L. Pontius’ UMBRELLA for Alchemy Theatre, Michael Puzzo’s THE DIRTY TALK for Spare Change Productions at Center Stage, New York,(Nominated for NY IT Outstanding Director), Matt Hoverman’s IN TRANSIT, for the New York International Fringe Festival, (Awarded Best Play), A LINE IN THE SAND Adina Taubman’s docudrama based on the school shootings at Columbine  for the Midtown International Theater Festival, (Awarded Best Production).Padraic also directed the National Tour of SHE LOVES ME. Regionally he has directed UNDERNEATH THE LINTEL at Geva Theater, where his play LAKE EFFECT was also part of the Festival of New Works, and The McCarter Theater, Dallas Theater Center, Two Rivers Theater, Portland Stage Company, and W.H.A.T. Padraic is also a playwright. He is currently adapting the best selling novel STRANGERS ON A BRIDGE for Palermo Productions. His play LIGHTS UP ON THE FADE OUT was awarded top ten plays of 2011 in Los Angeles. His other plays, TWO THIRDS HOME was produced in New York by the Broken Watch Theater and is published by Dramatist Play Services, Inc.; and RONNIE’S MASKwas producedin Chicago at the Steppenwolf Performance Garage.He was awarded the Dayton Hudson Distinguished Artist Fellowship to be in residence at Carlton College. Padraic is an adjunct professor with the Department of Dramatic Writing at NYU, a company member of the LAByrinth Theater Company, an alumnus of The Drama League Director’s Project, and a lifelong Yankee fan.

Lindsay Joy Murphy(Author) is a Brooklyn based playwright. She is the Co-Artistic Director of the LabRats Theater Company in New York City. Her play "The Unearthing" was a part of the newTACTics festival in the summer of 2012 and will be presented in the Ground Up New Works Festival. She frequently works with aMios Theater company for their monthly short play bonanza, SHOTZ , at the Theatre Under St. Marks. Her short pieces have been seen all over the country- from the Bowery Poetry Club to the Boston Playwright's Theater.  Her full length play, "Severance" was produced by the Barracudas in the spring of 2010. Her collaborative piece "The Apartment: a Play with Four Sides" was featured in the 2011 NY International Fringe Festival.  In 2001, Lindsay won the award for best short play at the Kennedy Center's American College Theater Festival for her piece "Life, Love and a 7-11." She is a crazy Red Sox fan.

LabRats Theater Company(Producers) are a theatre company made up of multidisciplinary artists committed to facilitating one another’s artistic growth by sharing and developing original work through our weekly Tuesday development series as well as our Experiment Sessions program, a twice year, full day free showing of our works in process. We are dedicated to developing a personal relationship with the audience and community by breaking the boundary of the stage and viewer. We will listen to feedback, share food, display our work in stages of development and create a collaborative conversation with our community.  Current Co-Artistic Directors are James Fauvell, Lindsay Joy Murphy and Ana Maria Jomolca.  thelabratsnyc.com.

blue vista 725 (Advertising, Marketing/Promotions & Press) is a boutique marketing/ promotions, advertising and press agency specializing in lifestyle and entertainment brands.  Founded by Matt Sicoli, blue vista 725's mostrecent endeavors include Leap of Faith on Broadway, DC Entertainment’s “We Can Be Heroes,” New York International Children’s Film Festival, American Idol finalists, The Anchor Bar (Soho Lounge), Fashion Designers Alax W Diamond, NOT by Jenny Lai, Kristi Vosbeck and Cidenzi Mori.  Before founding blue vista 725,  Matt handled the marketing and promotions for 15 Broadway and 10 Off-Broadway shows during his eight year tenure in the industry with shows such as La Cage aux Folles, Chicago The Musical, Monty Python’s Spamalot.  bluevista725.com.

For more information, visit www.thelabratsnyc.com.

Ivanov  | Open: 10/05/12 Close: 10/20/12
According to popular culture, 30 is the new 20, but the body and soul often disagrees. Meet Nikolai Ivanov. He just turned 30. His wife is dying. The young, blossoming woman next door is much too attractive. His neighbors are gossiping nonstop about him. His closest friends are—well, let’s just say they’re caught up in other issues. And above it all, the crushing melancholy and weariness of not-so-middle age threatens to extinguish the remnants of his hope and pride at any moment. So what’s a man to do? What can any of us do when life just becomes too much to bear?

PS. This is a comedy. We promise.

Cast: Britannie Bond* (Sasha), Christopher Bonewitz* (Ivanov), Vichet Chum* (Yegorushka), Timothy J. Cox* (Lebedyev),Nate Dendy* (Borkin), Natalie Hegg* (Natasha), Judith Ingber (Avdotya), Jordan Kaplan* (Doctor Lvov), Emily Kitchens* (Anna), Patricia Lynn* (Martha), Brian Keith MacDonald* (Shabelsky), Kyle Schaefer* (Kossih), Kymberly Tuttle (Zinaida *Appears courtesy of Actor’s Equity. An Equity Approved Showcase

 

The Hunger and Thirst Theatre Collective is an emerging theatre company dedicated to presenting the classics in a simple, unique way. HTTC wholeheartedly believes that theatre is a communal, familial, and joyous art form and strives to share that uplifting experience with its audience.


About the Company: The Hunger and Thirst Theatre Collective

 

 

 

The Live Source Collective presents WE ARE LIVE  | Open: 09/27/12 Close: 09/30/12
WE ARE LIVE is a theatre piece by The Live Source Collective that centers on the young characters of Anton Chekhov's The Seagull, merging his text with Shakespeare's Hamlet, and featuring original music by the company.

Set in a fictional New York City broadcasting studio, the WLSC Radio Features Division presents a special featurette starring the Broadway cast of Anton Chekhov's The Seagull. Where performer meets character, our static station transforms into an aural journey along the inseparable paths of love and art. WE ARE LIVE channels legendary performers past and present in search of the millennial voice: the next generation of storytellers.


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Construction Of The Human Heart  | Open: 09/05/12 Close: 09/16/12
At the heart of the play is The Couple, known only as Him and Her, two playwrights dealing with unimaginable loss the only way they know how- by building a fortress of words impregnable to grief. But emotions have a way of emerging through cracks in the walls, and gradually the truth slips past their defenses to uncover their very real tragedies.


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Measure For Measure  | Open: 07/25/12 Close: 07/29/12
Performances start 7/25/12

Years ago, Vienna was a place where the people were pure and the city was clean and beautiful. Fast forward to today and you find a gritty, dark world filled with sex, drugs, and debauchery. To bring it back to the glory that it once was, the Duke leaves a pure man, Angelo, in charge to right the sexual wrongs he has let slide for so long. Temptation prevails, however, when a smart, beautiful, and outspoken nun touches Angelo and he offers to save her brother's life only if she will sleep with him. Measure for Measure is a play that explores sex and power and the interplay between the two.

Directed By Samantha Manas


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