Todays Date: 06/25/22
Last Update: 08/20/07 11:28:04 PM

Address: 61 Christopher Street
New York, NY    10014

Location: North side of 15th Street, just east of Union Square
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Closest subway: 4, 5, 6, N, R, L to 14th Street.; walk east to theatre

History of Productions View Current and Upcoming

Lisa Ferber's An Evening with Molly Hadafew  | Open: 09/15/07 Close: 09/28/07
Been-there-done-that dame Molly Hadafew, who speaks in the 1940s lingo of Raymond Chandler and film noir, tells of her steamy affair with Irving Peduski, the suave pickle store king. The enchanting chanteuse also reminisces about her other trials with love, and sings songs including "Married Don't Mean Unavailable", "You Left Me for a Tranny and I'm Still Drinkin'", and "Freshly Shtupped and Feeling Fine".

Written and directed by Lisa Ferber, Lisa Ferber's An Evening With Molly Hadafew grew out of Ms. Ferber's first play Oh, Mister Cadhole!. After a performance of the play, Ms. Ferber, who is a current member of the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop, teamed with Emmy-nominated composer Robert Firpo-Cappiello to create a one-woman musical cabaret show built around the sultry, 1940s-inspired Molly Hadafew. Alyssa Simon (Cold Fire at Joe's Pub) stars as Molly Hadafew. She will be accompanied by Amy Baer on piano.

Tonylust: The Broadway Bloodbatch of 2006  | Open: 04/21/05 Close: 06/04/05
Producer Leslie J. McMahon wants another Tony and she's gonna get her Tony and no one is going to stand in her way! This long awaited sequel to BERNADETTE AND THE BUTCHER OF BROADWAY pits producer against producer in an epic battle royale to secure the Tony Award for Best Musical. No Tony voter is safe as simple luncheons of the past have given way to press conferences, television commercials and mudslinging of the lowest degree.
Tricks of the Trade  | Open: 01/08/05 Close: 02/12/05
A world premiere drama about four young gay men during one very, very long night at a West Village bar as they look for Mr. Right, Mr. Right Now, and whomever else they can find to pass the time and ease their needs. A play William M. Hoffman, author of "As Is," calls "'The Boys in the Band' for this generation."