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  • 10 Jun 2015 6:30 PM | Anonymous
    660 8th Ave, New York, New York 10036

    Show times:
    Wednesday June 10 at 6:30 pm
    Thursday June 11 at 6:30 pm
    Friday June 12 at 6:30 pm
    Saturday June 13 at 6:30 pm

    Written, produced, and directed by 
    Marianna Staroselsky

    Ivory Stahly as "Cindee"
    Anthony Hull as "Alfredo Angelico"

    So what is it, if you have never dialed such a thing?
    It's a short one act play about an existential crisis hotline, the completely hilarious and excruciating piece of shit absurdity that life so often is, and last but hopefully not least, human connection. ♥
  • 08 Jun 2015 7:00 PM | Monica Raymond

     Monica Raymond's "A to Z" with Jamella Cross, Megan Putnam and Cathleen Ridley, directed by Dov Hassan. All shows at 7pm, Bergeron's Books, get your FREE ticket now for reading and wine!…

    Annie comes to tutor Zafiya at the juvenile detention center in 1968, when both women are eighteen. But over the course of forty years, things radically change.

    Two women, forty years of US history, and all of the letters of the alphabet.

    A TO Z won the national Ruby Lloyd Apsey for best play about race/ethncity.

  • 07 Jun 2015 5:00 PM | Robin Rice

    Fourteen-year-old Oracles, a playwrights' developmental workshop in Manhattan, presents readings of five plays by members including Robin Rice Lichtig's YOLO. Free. Limited seating so don't be late! e's Bar, Amsterdam Ave., NYC. (ICWP members Donna Spector, Liz Amberly and Penny Jackson also have plays in the program.)

  • 06 Jun 2015 6:30 PM | VIVIENNE GLANCE

    Break A Leg Productions

    Presents a Staged Reading of the Science-Based Play

     The Orchae

    by Vivienne Glance, directed by Gerald vanHeerden 


    The play takes place in a conservation area in the West Australian bush looking for the rare and elusive Western Underground Orchid which grows and flowers hidden below the ground and is critically endangered.  The play includes cultivation of the rare orchids, studies of the soil of Western Australia with science affected by finance, politics and human nature. Thursday, 6/11/15, 6:30PM,

    The Graduate Center

    365 5th Avenue, Science Center, Room 4102

    A talk-back will follow the performance.

    Science & the Arts Series                             

    Sponsored by the Ph.D. Program in Biology, and The National Science Foundation

    Co-sponsored by the CUNY Academy for the Humanities and Sciences   

  • 06 Jun 2015 2:30 PM | Laurel
    World Premiere of 5 SIRENS: Beware of Rocks!  It’s one show of five 10-minute plays about miscommunication and the longing for connection. Each piece is written by a female playwright.  Subjects range from sporty nerds, sub-dom relationships and aliens to surrealistic challenges and panic attacks! Part of the massive Hollywood Fringe Festival.


    6/6 2:30 pm

    6/11 7:00 pm

    6/14 11:30 am

    6/18 8:30 pm

    6/21 2:30 pm

    6/27 5:30 pm

    Tickets $15, with code 'sirenfriend' $12.50.

    Asylum LAB, 1078 Lillian Way, Los Angeles, CA 90038


    The Hollywood Fringe Festival is an annual, open-access, community-derived event celebrating freedom of expression and collaboration in the performing arts community. Each June during the Hollywood Fringe, the arts infiltrate the Hollywood neighborhood: fully equipped theaters, parks, clubs, churches, restaurants and other unexpected places host hundreds of productions by local, national, and international arts companies and independent performers.

    Participation in the Hollywood Fringe is completely open and uncensored. This free-for-all approach underlines the festival’s mission to be a platform for artists without the barrier of a curative body. By opening the gates to anyone with a vision, the festival is able to exhibit the most diverse and cutting-edge points-of-view the world has to offer. Additionally, by creating an environment where artists must self-produce their work, the Fringe motivates its participants to cultivate a spirit of entrepreneurialism in the arts.

  • 01 Jun 2015 1:46 PM | Anonymous

    Mildred's Umbrella Theater Company presents: 


    by Mac Wellman

    A bizarre and offbeat version of Dracula, which completely revamps Bram Stoker's classic novel. CAmpy and fun, the is is the story of two sexually repressed women who find the freedom and passion of the vampiric world in the late days of Victorian London. 

    October 15-31, 2015 at Studio 101, 1824 Spring Street, Houston TX 77007. 

    For more information or tickets:

  • 29 May 2015 2:28 PM | Nancy Gall-Clayton

    My one-act play about teen suicide will have a reading Thursday, June 4, 7 pm, at the Downtown Arts Center in Lexington, Kentucky. Admission is free.  It is one of three one-acts commissioned by the Kentucky Playwrights Workshop and will be produced by KPW in August.

  • 26 May 2015 9:00 PM | Robin Rice

    One night only! From Robin Rice Lichtig's monologue, an actor/dancer, director, and musician/composer have woven a magical, horrible, funny, and very unique presentation. In Emerging Artists' New Work Series. TADA! Theatre (15 W. 28th St., NYC). $10 

  • 23 May 2015 11:00 AM | Laura Shamas

    A 2015 FINALIST, LUCKY IN HOLLYWOOD will be performed at the Native American New Play Festival, Oklahoma City Theater Company, at 11:00 on May 23, 2015. 

    Cast: 2 women, 2 men. A Native American family and a "Hollywood" family find their lives intertwine for generations, with surprising ramifications, spanning from 1943 - 2024.

  • 15 May 2015 7:30 PM | Judith Pratt

    My play CORA'S MOUNTAIN will be part of the Nor'Eastern Playwriting Showcase, run by Vermont Actors Repertory, June 15 and 16 in Rutland Vermont.

    Tickets $15.

    It's an amazing weekend of working on the play with director and actors, talk-backs, hanging out with everyone, and a post-show discussion with Steve Stettler of Weston Playhouse.  Would love to see some of you there!


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