Gene Frankel Theatre

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Address: 24 Bond St.
New York, NY    10012

Location: North side of Bond Street, between Lafayette and Bowery
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Closest subway: 6 to Bleecker, walk north to Bond, west to the theatre

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LET'S PLAY: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM  | Open: 01/03/20 Close: 01/25/20
The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company
Presents

Let's Play: A Midsummer Night's Dream
by William Shakespeare
adapted by Thomas R. Gordon

A Magical Game of Love & Inspiration

Do you want to play a game? Well Shakespeare's faeries and mystical creatures are upset because last year The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company only produced one show and it wasn’t even a comedy! To make up for this, they are magically forcing four of mortal actors from NYC to play a chaotic game where they must perform the roles of the Four Lovers and the Rude Mechanicals from “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”! It will be a night of theatrical chaos full of music, laughter and dance! Come have fun as an audience of magical creature’s plays with a group of foolish mortal performers! Please join The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company as we lovingly tear apart this timeless classic searching for romantic love while also trying to appease all things magical!

Tickets
$30 – Regular
$15 – Student / Senior

Performance Dates
Jan. 3 (Fri.) @ 8:00 PM
Jan. 4 (Sat.) @ 8:00 PM
Jan. 5 (Sun.) @ 5:00 PM

Jan. 9 (Thu.) @ 8:00 PM
Jan. 10 (Fri.) @ 8:00 PM
Jan. 11 (Sat.) @ 8:00 PM
Jan. 12 (Sun.) @ 5:00 PM

Jan. 15 (Wed.) @ 8:00 PM
Jan. 16 (Thu.) @ 8:00 PM
Jan. 17 (Fri.) @ 8:00 PM
Jan. 18 (Sat.) @ 8:00 PM
Jan. 19 (Sun.) @ 5:00 PM

Jan. 22 (Wed.) @ 8:00 PM
Jan. 23 (Thu.) @ 8:00 PM
Jan. 24 (Fri.) @ 8:00 PM
Jan. 25 (Sat) @ 8:00 PM

Location
The Gene Frankel Theatre
24 Bond Street, New York, NY 10012

MTA
6 - (Bleeker)
F, B & D - (Broadway/Lafayette)
Cross Streets - Bond St. & Lafayette St. (Manhattan)

Production Website
http://www.theonomatopoeiatheatrecompany.com/lets-play-a-midsummer-nights-dream-2020.html


Cast

Rachel Larsen – PUCK
Daniel Kornegay - OBERON
Charlotte Lily Gaspard – TITANIA
Charmien Byrd - PEASEBLOSSOM
Miriam Akhavan-Tafti – MUSTARDSEED
Mike Newman* – PLAYER # 1
Adam Brooks – PLAYER # 2
Shabbi Sharifi – PLAYER # 3
Caroline Maloney – PLAYER # 4

* Appearing curtesy of Actors Equity. An Equity approved Showcase.

Crew

Thomas R. Gordon - DIRECTOR
Julia Brunner – STAGE MANAGER
Al Malonga – COSTUME DESIGNER
Tekla Monson & Tallulah Swartz - SCENIC DESIGNERS
Gilbert “Lucky” Pearto – LIGHTING DESIGNER
Yoshiko Usami - Yokko – CHOREOGRAPHER

Phone Numbers
The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company - (804) 898 - 0277
The Gene Frankel Theatre - (212) 777 - 1767

Links
Website: www.theOtheatrecompany.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Onomatopoeia-Theatre-Company/188156501244450
Twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/TheOnomatopoeia
E-mail: theonomatopoeiatheatrecompany@gmail.com

About the Company: The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company
Mission The primary goal of The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company is to create theatre with sound. Any and all types of sound! Whether it is music, noise or symphony of emotions pouring from an actor’s soul we aim to create theatre that must be heard to really be seen! Our second goal is to use sound and technology to help push the boundaries of what live theatre can do. We aim to carry on the Off Off Broadway tradition of pushing boundaries and experimentation! The third and most important goal of The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company is to create theatre that fights for a positive view of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation and “the underdog”. We don’t want our audience to just talk about what they heard after one of our shows. We want them to think about how they can make a difference in the world! We hope that our stories and our words cause action in the real world! Thomas R. Gordon Artistic Director The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company

Our second goal is to use sound and technology to help push the boundaries of what live theatre can do. We aim to carry on the Off Off Broadway tradition of pushing boundaries and experimentation!

The third and most important goal of The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company is to create theatre that fights for a positive view of race, religion, gender, sexual orientation and “the underdog”.  We don’t want our audience to just talk about what they heard after one of our shows.  We want them to think about how they can make a difference in the world! We hope that our stories and our words cause action in the real world!

 

Thomas R. Gordon 
Artistic Director 
The Onomatopoeia Theatre Company