The Storm Theatre

Todays Date: 10/16/19
Last Update: 01/20/14 02:43:00 PM

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Address: 405 West 114th Street
New York, NY    10025

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Antigone by Jean Anouilh  | Open: 01/11/14 Close: 02/15/14
Antigone defies the edict of her Uncle Creon by insisting on giving her brother a proper burial. Creon, who stabilized a chaotic Thebes through his authoritarian rule, now has a choice, risk disorder and loss of credibility by covering up Antigone's act, or put her to death to maintain civil order. The choice... is hers.


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The 3rd Annual Fall Ball Fundraiser  | Open: 11/09/13 Close: 11/09/13
8 p.m. to 2 a.m. at The Storm TheatreOur first and second fundraising parties were so successful and so much fun we had to do it again. A magical time was had by all.Music!Dancing!Open Bar! with beer, wine, and liquorFood!Silent Auction! With Broadway Theatre Tickets, Sports Tickets, Raffles and more!Regular price tickets are $35 at the door, BUT!For a limited time only get $25 tickets in advance with Promo Code SFBF25! Must purchase by Nov. 2, here on SmartTix.After November 9, or at the door, all Tickets are $35 so get them now!


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Le Cid  | Open: 01/04/13 Close: 02/09/13
Le Cid by Pierre Corneille translated by Richard WilburIn Le Cid, the 17th century classic, Don Rodrique transforms himself from young lover to great warrior, through his steadfast devotion to honor above all else. His actions both repel and attract his beloved Chimene who responds in-kind with a vow to destroy what she loves most.What ensues is one of history's strangest and most compelling love stories as well as one of the greatest dramatic works about the difficulty in becoming who you truly are.(Note: perf.s on Mon. 1/7, Wed.s 1/30 & 2/6 are at 7:30 pm, not 2 pm.)


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The 2nd Annual Fall Ball Fundraiser  | Open: 10/20/12 Close: 10/20/12
Our first annual fundraising party was so successful and so much fun last year we had to do it again. A magical time was had by all.8 p.m. to 2 a.m. at The Storm TheatreMusic!Dancing!Open Bar! with beer, wine, and liquorHors D'oeuvres!Silent Auction! With Broadway Theatre Tickets, Sports Tickets, gift certificates and much more.Raffles!Regular price tickets are $35, BUT!For a limited time only get $25 tickets with Promo Code EARL25! Must purchase by Oct. 14th, here on SmartTix.After October 14th, or at the door all Tickets are $35


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Marius  | Open: 09/07/12 Close: 10/13/12
The Storm Theatre, in association with Sase Sham, is proud to present the New York Premiere of MARIUS by Marcel Pagnol, translated from the French and adapted by Zack Rogow!Eighteen year old Fanny, the most beautiful girl in Marseille, loves the handsome twenty-two year-old Marius who daydreams away while working at his father's Bar de la Marine. He secretly returns Fanny's ardour, but resists her advances, yearning to go Elsewhere, to a life at sea full of adventure. However, fifty year-old Panisse, a recent widower and wealthy sailmaker, has proposed to the young Fanny. She wants Marius, but if Marius does not want her, she will give up romance and marry for security. With Panisse she'd have a maid and 100,000 francs! The ball is in Marius's court...What ensues is one of the great romances of the past century bursting with passion, warmth, humor, all the yearning and passion of youth and the wisdom of age.Marcel Pagnol was one of the leading French dramatists of the last 100 years. Of the many plays he wrote, MARIUS is considered his masterpiece. The play is the cornerstone of Pagnol's Marseille trilogy. MARIUS has been adapted as a movie several times, most recently by the great French actor Daniel Auteuil, in a soon-to-be-released remake.


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Marius  | Open: 09/15/12 Close: 10/13/12
MARIUS by Marcel Pagnol, translated from the French and adapted by Zack RogowEighteen year old Fanny, the most beautiful girl in Marseille, loves the handsome twenty-two year-old Marius who daydreams away while working at his father's Bar de la Marine. He secretly returns Fanny's ardour, but resists her advances, yearning to go Elsewhere, to a life at sea full of adventure. However, fifty year-old Panisse, a recent widower and wealthy sailmaker, has proposed to the young Fanny. She wants Marius, but if Marius does not want her, she will give up romance and marry for security. With Panisse she'd have a maid and 100,000 francs! The ball is in Marius's court...What ensues is one of the great romances of the past century bursting with passion, warmth, humor, all the yearning and passion of youth and the wisdom of age.Marcel Pagnol was one of the leading French dramatists of the last 100 years. Of the many plays he wrote, MARIUS is considered his masterpiece. The play is the cornerstone of Pagnol's Marseille trilogy. MARIUS has been adapted as a movie several times, most recently by the great French actor Daniel Auteuil, in a soon-to-be-released remake.


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The President  | Open: 04/30/12 Close: 05/26/12
The Storm Theatre is proud to present the New York Premiere of Morwyn Brebner's adaptation of THE PRESIDENT, by Ferenc Molnár!In this fast-paced comedy, the clock starts ticking for a powerful bank president when the young heiress under his care announces her secret marriage to an impoverished Communist taxi driver. Faced with the imminent return of her parents (and the ensuing social disaster) what is a Chief Executive to do? Simply transform this unsuitable suitor into a perfectly well-bred, well-dressed, well-spoken capitalist son-in-law — all in under an hour!The New York Times called our last production "Excellent! First-rate theater!" Don't miss this hysterical new play!


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The President  | Open: 04/30/12 Close: 05/26/12
The Storm Theatre is proud to present the New York Premiere of Morwyn Brebner's adaptation of THE PRESIDENT, by Ferenc Molnár!In this fast-paced comedy, the clock starts ticking for a powerful bank president when the young heiress under his care announces her secret marriage to an impoverished Communist taxi driver. Faced with the imminent return of her parents (and the ensuing social disaster) what is a Chief Executive to do? Simply transform this unsuitable suitor into a perfectly well-bred, well-dressed, well-spoken capitalist son-in-law — all in under an hour!The New York Times called our last production "Excellent! First-rate theater!" Don't miss this hysterical new play!


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