Schaeberle Studios

Todays Date: 12/06/19
Last Update: 02/08/14 12:07:27 PM

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Address: 41 Park Row (10th Floor)
NY, NY    10038

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Pace Performing Arts Presents: Some Girls  | Open: 02/12/14 Close: 02/16/14
Pace Performing Arts Presents: Some Girls, by Neil LaBute
Directed by Emily Mendelsohn


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Directed by: Amy Rogers

"Little Miss Fix-It" tells the story of Nan, a gloriously precocious and imaginative 11-year-old free spirit who drinks black coffee for breakfast, and tries to bend spoons with her mind. The one thing Nan fears most: disorder. With her parent's marriage crumbling, Nan dedicates herself to 'fixing' her friends problems. When Nan meets David, a 12 year-old Impressionist in the park, she is even more overwhelmed by the highly unorganized feelings that come with first love. As she tries to save her parent's marriage and the problems of everyone around her, Nan embarks on a hilarious and heartwarming journey, discovering that you can't always control what happens in life; but that sometimes great things happen when you let go, simply trust your instincts, and take a step not knowing where you're going to land.

Featuring:
Sarah Hollands, Ethan Carlson, Katy Rea, Kevin Shotwell, Andrea Ross, Ragan Pharris, Bethany Perkins, Melanie Wildman, Claire Charland, Samantha Grossman, Hannah Grace Forsley, Jacob Pincus, Nick Zients, Spencer Clark, Jimmy Larkin, Lexi Rabadi and Michael Hughes.

Due to the limited number of seats in our theater and in order to be considerate and allow for other students, friends, and family members of the cast to see the show as well, there is a limit of FOUR (4) tickets for the run of the show per family. Please do not purchase large quantities of tickets for multiple nights as we will notify you that we are releasing your tickets and refunding your money. Thank You.


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Three Tall Women  | Open: 06/01/12 Close: 06/03/12
Synopsis:

A compelling woman of more than ninety years, reflects on her life with a mixture of shame, pleasure, regret, and satisfaction. Accompanied by her caretaker and lawyer, she recalls the fun of her childhood and her marriage; when she had overwhelming optimism for her future. Yet she bitterly recalls the negative events that resulted in regret: the death of her husband, and the estrangement of her son.

Ultimately, this play is an exploration of the pain, difficulty, and the beauty of life through the eyes of a woman.

Please come share with us an evening of magical theater!


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