â˜…â˜…â˜…â˜…â˜… "A performer of great intelligence, wit and energy." - Bunbury Magazine
â˜…â˜…â˜…â˜…â˜… "Hilarious!" - Front Row Center
â˜…â˜…â˜…â˜… "Hilarious!" - Broadway Baby
â˜…â˜…â˜…â˜… "Well worth showing up to!" - Fringe Guru
â˜…â˜…â˜…â˜… "Hilarious! - The Wee Review
"A whirlwind hour!" - The Scotsman
"Rare and special work. Highly recommended!" - The Fringe Review
"Hilarious!" - TimeOut New York
"A keen and witty mind" - Edinburgh Reporter
"An unforgettable experience!" - The Sick of the Fringe
About the Company: The Angle Project
THE ANGLE PROJECT is a NYC based theatrical production company and a performance art initiative that helps imagine, embody, and materialize possibilities for displaced and multicultural communities.
Written and performed by Kate Robards
Run time: Approximately 60 min.
ABOUT Ain’t That Rich
Kate grew up “poor.” She thinks her husband is “rich.” His family says that’s not a nice word. As Kate straddles two different extreme ways of life, she realizes what money can and cannot buy, including the possible salvation for a loved one.
Where: UNDER St. Marks
94 St. Marks Place, New York, NY, 10009
When: Wednesday, February 15th 10:30 PM, Saturday, February 18th 8:50 PM, Monday, February 20th 10:30 PM, Saturday, February 25th 12:30 PM, Saturday March 4th 3:50 PM.
Tickets/Passes: $8 at www.horseTRADE.info (on sale 1/15)
This work contains adult subject matter, including the death of a child, sexual content and drug use. It is not recommended for small children. Parental discretion advised.
Featuring Gracie Beardsley, Ryan Clardy*, Maria Deasy*, Ashley Griffin*, Mark A. Keeton*, and Ian Way*
*appear courtesy of Actors Equity Association
Thursday, February 18, 5:30pm
Sunday, February 21, 5:10pm
Wednesday, February 24, 7:10pm
Saturday, February 27, 10:30pm
Saturday, March 5, 12:30pm
Tickets are $18 and $13 for students.
UNDER St. Marks
94 St Marks Pl.
New York, NY 10009
For more information, please visit www.nodominiontheatre.org.
About the Company: No Dominion Theatre Co.
No Dominion Theatre Co. was founded in March 2015 by Michael Joel, Kaitlin Overton and is based in the greater New York City area. The companyâ€™s inaugural production, One. Four. (Zero)., was written and directed by Michael Joel and premiered at Solitude House in High Bridge, NJ in April 2015. The companyâ€™s second production, Departure, an original devised theatre piece based off various found texts, was conceived and directed by Kaitlin Overton, and also premiered at Solitude House in November 2015. No Dominion Theatre Co. is dedicated to eradicating the notion of limits within theatre artistry utilizing a versatile ensemble that aims to reflect the immediate truth. Whatever that means. For more information, please visit www.nodominiontheatre.org.
Is equality a state of mind or state of affairs? Can gender ever be freed from the masculine/feminine paradigm? The patriarchal state may seem a thing of the past but what if the struggle for power and survival make it our future. Inspired by the â€œHe For Sheâ€ Campaign, a first of its kind, which acknowledges the need for men in the womenâ€™s movement, A.N.O.N. Productions is proud to present a new take on HAMLET, set in the near future. In a militarized surveillance state, can a woman be in charge? This gender-bending equality driven take on HAMLET will premiere under St. Markâ€™s (94 St. Markâ€™s Place) November 12th -14th at 2 and 7pm, and at The Kraine (85 East 4th Street) November 15th â€“ 17th.
â€œIf we stop defining each other by what we are not and start defining ourselves by what we areâ€”we can all be freer and this is what HeForShe is about. Itâ€™s about freedom.â€
- Emma Watson, Ambassador, â€œHeForShe Campaignâ€
Directed by Ashley Griffin and featuring: Michael Bauer*, Annabel Capper*, Jennifer-Elizabeth Cooper, Nevin Edmundson, Ashley Griffin*, Kari Grunberg*, James Luse*, Brian McCormack*, Danielle Sacks* and Ian Way*, Casting by Daryl Eisenberg Casting; Our Hamlet is a woman raised to be a man and ruthless leader. Our Ophelia is a man, bullied for being too gentle. All sexes being equal, who has the power?
For tickets please visit: http://horsetrade.info/
What happens when it's your job to be friends with someone? When do you compromise artistic integrity for cash? Two Internet personalities skyrocket to stardom with a new “Let’s Play” video game show. But when a female gamer joins them, things get ugly. And then even uglier.
Let’s Play Play by Ben Ferber is about selling out, and how we use Internet personalities as replacements for real friends. It also embodies the infamously horrifying vitriol of YouTube comments and gamergate.
About the Company: PowerOut
PowerOut was formed when ten theatre artists met during a blackout. We set out to create adventurous new theatre.
We began working together in Portland Maine in 2011. Today, many of our original members have reunited in New York, after working at companies such as the Manhattan Theatre Club, the Williamstown Theatre Festival, American Conservatory Theatre, the Berkeley Repertory Theatre, the California Shakespeare Theatre, and Portland Stage Company. Our intention remains to create new theatre.
Founding Members: Todd Brian Backus, Nora Sørena Casey, Ben Ferber, Jenna Grossman, Emily Mahaffey, Liz Petley, Julie Shelton, Shannon Stockwell, Emily White, and Ella Wrenn.
Cootie Catcher plays:
Thursday, Feb 19, 8:50
Monday, Feb 23, 5:30
Friday, Feb 27, 10:30
Saturday, Feb 28, 3:50
Friday, March 6, 5:30
At UNDER St Marks
94 St Marks Place
Basement level of building (no elevator or wheelchair access)
New York, NY 10009
General - $15
Available on www.FRIGIDnewyork.info
About the Company: Temerity Theatre
We are theatrical artists committed to examining our world through comedy, satire, language abuse and action.
My High-Heeled Life: Or, How I Learned to Keep Worrying and Love My Stilettos
A New Solo Play About Women, Shoes and Making it Through the 21st Century
Created and Performed by Katharine McLeod/Directed by Rod Ceballos
Have you ever had an accidental orgasm in the shoe department? Or wondered when Uggs and flip-flops became acceptable dinner attire? In this witty, seductive confessional, McLeod asks how to navigate the obsession with finding True Happiness. Perhaps it begins one pair of impossibly high stilettos at a time…