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  • 28 Jan 2011 8:04 PM | Anonymous
    Édouard Manet painted Berthe Morisot more than a dozen times. Then she married his brother. 

    FOUR SHOWS ONLY!

    The scenes you'll see will whet your appetite for a full production! Bonus, there will also be scenes from five other works by (in order of appearance) Faye Sholiton, Larry Nehring, Cornell Calhoun, Christopher Johnston, and Daniel Hahn.

    Berthe Morisot: Natalie Green
    Édouard Manet: Brian Pedaci
    Eugène Manet: Brian Pedaci
    Mme Morisot: Deborah Magid
    directed by Juliette Regnier

    Friday, January 21 - 8pm
    Saturday, January 22 - 8pm
    Friday, January 28 - 8pm
    Sunday, January 30 - 2.30pm

    for tickets, visit http://dobama.org/ or call (216) 932-3396
    • 04 Dec 2010 5:30 AM | Anonymous

      "BLACK GOLD - the Passion of Aleijadinho," based on the life of Antonio Francisco Lisboa (1738-1814), Baroque sculptor of Brazil, will be shown in two featured performances at Shooting Star Theatre in South Street Seaport in December.  Presented by NY Artists Unlimited and MTP-Montauk Theatre Productions, shows are Saturday, December 4, at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, December 5, at 3 p.m.  "BLACK GOLD" is the dramatic account of a man born a slave and freed at birth by his Portuguese father, a master builder of churches.  Winning Brazil's Grand Prize at the age of 18, Lisboa became the Michelangelo of his country.  His life parallels the gold rush in the colonial cities and the development of Brazil in arts, religion and politics, reaching for independence from the Portuguese and its own identity.

      The story is brought to life with music & dance (European classical mixed with African & indigenous tribal), mask work, puppetry, poetry, and video projections.  An ensemble of non-traditionally cast actor-dancers reawaken the multicultural fusion and evolution of music and dance in which you can see the roots of Brazil's samba.  In mid-life, Lisboa developed a wasting disease that robbed him of the use of most limbs.  Still, it was at this point with carving tools strapped to his hands that he created his greatest work:  the life-size, soapstone 12 Prophets that line the atrium of a church in Congonhas and the Steps of the Passion in cedar, housed in white chapels leading up to the same Church of Bom Jesus de Matosinhos.

      Following the Seaport shows, “BLACK GOLD” goes on a tour to under-served audiences in libraries, schools, senior centers, and the like throughout the boroughs, plus a tour of Northeastern universities scheduled for spring.  All performances are followed by in-depth discussions with the audience about this historical period and the experiences of this uniquely successful artist.

      The piece is written by NY Artists Unlimited artistic director Melba LaRose (“Isaiah’s Dream – A Parade of Poets,” "Little Red - Girl from the Hood," "Ebony Black"), choreographed by Francis J. Roach, assisted by Namona Lewin, of Luigi's Jazz Centre, and costume designed by Frances Eldred.  The stage manager is Blair Elizabeth Hotchner.

      Montauk Theatre Productions, founded in 1987, is a nonprofit organization focusing on the development of new talent and new works in the theatre arts.  Its main operating venue is Shooting Star Theatre in South Street Seaport, operated by Bill and Anita Brown.  NY Artists Unlimited is a 28 year old, nonprofit multicultural company that serves under-served audiences throughout the boroughs of NYC and remote regions of the Northeast.  The focus is on original works that evoke dignity of the individual and sanctity of the human spirit.  An audience of approximately 30,000 is reached annually in libraries, recreation centers, universities, schools, nursing homes, senior centers, and the like.  They are supported in part by:  NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, Fund for Creative Communities and the Manhattan Community Arts Fund of Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, A.R.T./New York, Puffin Foundation, corporate and individual donors.  Artistic Director Melba LaRose is listed in Who's Who in America, Who's Who in the World, Who's Who of American Women, and Who's Who in Executives & Professionals.

      This is an intimate theatre space, so reservations are strongly recommended.  Shooting Star Theatre, 40 Peck Slip (2 blocks north of Fulton St., between Front and South Streets), South Street Seaport.  Admission $18.00.  Saturday, December 4, at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, December 5, at 3 p.m.  For reservations, directions, and further information:  www.ShootingStarTheatre.org 646-825-1864; www.NYartists.org  212-242-6036; email: Info@ShootingStarTheatre.org or Info@NYartists.org.
    • 24 Nov 2010 2:33 PM | Elana Gartner

      "Pilar's Brother" is a current finalist for the 2010 Met Life Nuestras Voces Playwriting Competition. As a finalist, the script will receive a seated, directed reading. The winners will be announced in January, 2011.

      Reading of "Pilar's Brother" (in English)

      Tuesday, December 7, 2010, 6:30pm

      Repertorio Español

      138 East 27th Street (btwn. Lexington and 3rd Avenues)
      New York, NY
      Free admission
      To RSVP, email rsvp@repertorio.org or call 212-225-9925.

      Synopsis:
      Julian’s mother has returned to Chile to care for his dying grandmother, leaving Julian to juggle his temporary responsibility for his mentally-ill sister, his studies, his job and his American lifestyle: the one that his family knows about and the closeted gay and aspiring actor lifestyle that they don’t. Set in 1968 and in a strong Chilean immigrant and Catholic family, this story explores the choices that Julian has to make when a big opportunity arises and the sister that complicates them.

      A talkback with the playwright, director and actors will immediately follow the reading.

      Director by Gamaliel Valle Rosa
      With: Ignacio Meneses, Diana Carolina González, Shawn McLaughlin, and Beatriz Córdoba

      For more information about my work, go to http://www.elanagartner.co m/
    • 04 Nov 2010 10:17 AM | Paddy Gillard-Bentley
      A play in two acts by Paddy Gillard-Bentley, directed by Kathy Coudle-King. Starring Sara Anderson, Adonica Schultz Aune, Caitlin Lien, Skye Mauch, and Nikki Quam. For mature audiences only...language and sexual content.
      Thursday-Saturdays at 7:30 PM, Sunday matinees at 2 PM.
      Come early on opening night Nov. 4 6:30 PM for belly dancing and stay late for a Passions Party!!!
      Also come early 6:45 PM on Fridays and Saturdays for games and prizes.
      Sunday matinees bring a pair of new underwear for $1 off the ticket price. After the matinees Nov. 7 and 14 there will be a talk-back session for anyone who wants to stay and discuss women's issues.
      Call 701-777-4090 Chester Fritz Box Office for reservations. Tickets $15 adults/$12 students, seniors, military and groups of 12 or more.
    • 19 Oct 2010 5:30 AM | Deleted user
      Sweet and sharp play set in a vintage clothing store. La Mama Theatre, 205 Faraday St, Carlton (Melbourne, Aust) Tues 19th, Wed 20th and Thurs 21st October @ 7.30pm
    • 09 Oct 2010 7:00 PM | Christine Emmert

      A musical centred around the Great Depression and World War II as it was seen through the eyes of the Roosevelts and Lorena Hickock at the Stephen Crane House in Asbury Park, NJ October 8 at 7 and October 9 at 3.  This piece was co-authored by Christine Emmert and Marjorie Conn.  Information is available at connartists@yahoo.com

       

    • 07 Oct 2010 10:30 PM | Anonymous

      What happens when a Diva identifies too strongly with her favorite aria? Inspired by Offenbach's opera The Tales of Hoffmann and E.T.A. Hoffmann's iconic short story The Sandman, Deborah Magid's one act play-with-music answers that question 7th October in the 2010 Melbourne Fringe Festival, at The Butterfly Club.

      ATTN: Midwesterners.  There will be an open dress rehearsal on Monday, 27 September at the Brooks Theatre, Cleveland Play House, 7pm.  

    • 02 Oct 2010 8:00 PM | Anonymous

      Kent House Plantation Annual Cemetery Tour of Historical Mt. Olivet Chapel.

      "Uncle Jonas" Rosenthal

      Monologue

                                  Written by: Terri L. Febuary                   Read by: Taylor Freet

      To be read in the Jewish Cemetery, Saturday October 2nd Pineville, Louisiana.

      The event will feature dramatic readings written about local historical figures who have been buried in the cemetery.


    • 03 Sep 2010 8:00 PM | Tammy Ryan
      Co-production with Premiere Stages and Playwrights Theater of New Jersey, directed by John Pietrowski.  Starring Kim Zimmer, Warner Miller and Alexandra Rivera.  In partnership with Kean University's Human Rights Initiative at the Zella Frye Theater in Union, NJ.  For more information www.kean.edu/premierestages/ or call 908-737-SHOW
    • 28 Aug 2010 6:32 AM | Christine Emmert
      Christine Emmert's one-woman piece about women in the ironworking industry of the 1800s has been playing all winter at different venues in Pennsylvania.  Most currently it is being performed at Hibernia County Park on June 26th, at East Vincent Township Pavilion on Augst 28th, at Johanna Furnace on September 19th and at the German Historical Group in Green Lane PA on October 21st. 

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