(Purchase tickets 30 minutes prior to each performance)
$25 at the door
Seniors/ Students (must have a Student ID) $20
Contact Number or reservation: 646-619-8078
"Black Panther Women"
written and directed by Jacqueline Wade, is a riveting story of African American women who decided to make a change in their society by joining the Black Panther Party.
This play follows the stories of these women in a unique and truthful theatrical experience. You won't want to miss this historical and culturally relevant piece.
Fri, April 22nd at 7:30pm
Sun, April 24th at 5:30pm
Sat, April 30th at 3:00pm
Wed, May 11th at 7:00pm
Sun, May 15th at 3:00pm
Mon, May 16th at 7:00pm
Sun. May 22nd at 3:00pm
Tue. May 24th at 7:00pm
Thu, May 26th at 7:00pm
Sun, June 5th at 7:00pm
Fri, June 17th at 7:00pm
Wed, June 22nd at 7:00pm
Sun, June 26th at 3:00pm
Wed, June 29th at 7:30pm
Fri, July 8th at 7:30pm
Sun, July 10th at 4:00pm
General Admission $20
Seniors & Students $15
Since 1974, LINE has been a staple of the 13th Street Rep and now, under the direction of Jacqueline Wade, and artistic director, Susan Merson, the play returns with a young vibrant cast reflecting how the world and its social mores have changed since the 70s.
A diverse multi-racial cast will give new meaning to Israel Horovitz's ageless parable. The revolving cast includes: Tony Del Bono, Damion Rochester, Danquai Draughon, Eric Willingham, Christopher Augustin, Ricky Goldman, Jeremy Horton, Melissa Denize, Maritza Hernandez, Lisa G, Etemanda Fudge, and Marcus Brandon.
Ms. Wade will also host workshops and talkbacks on the issues brought up in Mr. Horovitz's absurdist masterpiece. The 1967 one-act play by Israel Horovitz, his first play produced. It is an absurdist drama about five people waiting in line for an unknown event and their struggle to be first on this hypothetical line.
Directed by Jacqueline Wade
Opening March 21st Thru April
Mondays at 7:30pm
May and June
Mondays at 9:30pm
Tinder Roulette's Mel DeLancey will host her talented friends in a monthly cabaret series.
Through her fun and flirtatious brand of personal story-telling mixed with show-tunes, Mel openly explores the emotional roller coaster of love and sex in New York City.
Music Direction by Norma Jeanne Curley. It's T.M.I. with musical theater mastery.
930 PM Saturdays
7 PM Sunday
$20 at the door
March 18 @ 11am
April 2, 23, 24, 30 @ 1pm & 29 @ 11am
May 7,14,15, 21, 22 @ 1pm & 20, 27 @ 11am
June 3 @ 11am & 4, 5, 11, 12 @ 1pm
Yaki Yim Bamboo the Musical
A magical island in the Caribbean where only children know how to get to.
A delightful, interactive musical that takes place on a magical island called Yiki Yim Bamboo. The story explores what it means to grow up and leave one’s childhood behind. The audience will travel in imaginary boats to this magical paradise where they could do whatever they want without the interference of grownups. On the island, the children must work together to overcome a bully through clever and good- humored tactics.
“It was the best play I have ever seen.”
At the end of the show I clapped so hard my hands hurt.”
Students of Muschal School in Bordentown, New Jersey
“Set at Carnival, it has a wonderful sense of movement. The audience is involved,
they become a group visiting the island. They can even dance the limbo at the end.”
Education and Community Programs Director
St. Louis Black Repertory Theatre, Missouri
Directed and choreographed by Alex Acevedo
Book by Fred Rohan-Vargas
Lyrics by June Rachelson-Ospa
Music by Jay Griggs
Music directed by Noriko Sunamoto
Mondays & Tuesdays
May 2, 3, 9, 10, 16, 17, 23, 24, 30, 31
All perfomances 7:00 pm
Students & Seniors $12
13th Street Repertory Company and
Tiny Acorn Productions
Present La Pulcina Piccola in
A New Puppet Operetta
Music by Henry Krieger
Libretto & Puppets by Susan J. Vitucci
La Pulcina Piccola, international chicken of adventure, follows her heart to the ends of the earth and beyond. Performed on a tabletop stage by the Clothespin Repertory Theatre this hour long epic-in-miniature, is sung in English with live piano accompaniment and live video. SMALL FISH celebrates the bravest, boldest, most daring chicken that ever lived with open hearted, unironic humor for family audiences and sophisticated adults.
Music Director: Ben Krauss
Performers: Joshua Nasser, Yael Rizowy, Susan J. Vitucci
Set Consultant: Charlie Smith
Costume Consultant: Crystal Thompson
Lighting Consultant: James F. Ingalls
Puppet Consultant: Linh Valerie Pham
Stage Manager: Samuel-Moses Jones
Associate Producer: Gilbert Fouchard
Production Assistant: Ryan Buchannan
April 26th - 30th at 7pm & 9pm
May 1st at 3pm
Tickets can be purchased below or at the door step
THE TAKE TEN FESTIVAL
Come watch as 16 play battle for the titles of best play, best director, best actor, and best actress. The best part? Your votes help decide the winner!
Captain Samaritan: The Battle of Negrophobia by Jeremy Holloway
Mama, I Don’t Want To Be Mediocre by Monica Mikell
Division of Assets by Krysten Louchen
The Authoress by Seth Freeman
You Are Could I by Steven McMahon
Friable by Alisha Espinosa
Grieving with Gary by Laura Towns
Sunset by Gary Jaffe
Good Corporate Citizen by Sam Graber
You&Me(and Ruby) by Alexandra Ley
The Procrustes Pitch by Vishesh Abeyratne
Swept by Gina Doherty
Threatened Panda Fights Back by Rex McGregor
I Never Heard Such Silence by Marlin Thomas
Hangman by Gregory Fletcher
Edward’s Closet by Jenn Dlugos and Charlie Hatton
For more information, check us our at:
http://betweenusproductions.wix.com/betweenusprod or http://betweenusproductions.wix.com/take-ten
SHE'S TOTALLY DEAD
Directed by Enzo Gattuccio
Written by Joe Kelly
Duckworth Bentley, a lazy stuck-in the mud stoner, arrives in New York with a dead iPhone 4 and no charger. It’s been several weeks since he last spoke to his girlfriend and he’s come to the strange world of Columbia University to find her. With no phone and no connections, Duck is forced to play detective and team up with the members of his missing girlfriend’s sorority, a deranged benzo dealer and a by-the-book R.A. to try and figure out what exactly has happened to her.
Twists and Turns abound and nothing is what it seems in this hilarious pot-noir comedy.
May 1st & 4th at 8pm
SONG AND DANCE
Directed and Choreographed by Andrew Harper
SONG & DANCE follows a dysfunctional band of vaudeville performers as they attempt to put on a show in a world that is all too short on time, money, and interest.
Choreographer Andrew Harper takes creative cues from these limitations to build a unique and richly detailed world stocked with contemporary reincarnations of classic vaudevillian acts: a cut-throat sister act, a soulful troubadour, a child star on the verge of womanhood, a magician running out of tricks, and a lonely ventriloquist with his absent dummy.
Harper and his troupe use the vaudeville show experience as a framework to examine their own experiences as performers and to explore the lines where backstage meets onstage, rehearsed meets improvised, and performer meets person.
SONG & DANCE gives the audience a look inside the minds of the characters as their pressures, successes, failures, joys, pains, dreams, and fears leave the wings and take the stage for the first time. That's where the show really begins!
May 5, 6, & 7 at 8pm
May 8 at 3pm
For all Reservation Inquiries Contact:
For Inquiries: 1-888-273-8668
All Tickets are $49
Every Friday and Saturday @7pm
Begins February 13, 2015
The Accidental Pervert
By Andrew Goffman
Directed by Charles Messina
This side-splitting one-man show tells the true story of a boy whose odyssey into manhood begins after discovering his father’s XXX-rated video tapes, which become an ever-present part of his life.
Andrew Goffman takes his audience on a self-deprecating journey into a world of video vixens, personal fantasies, and dirty movies with no redeeming value whatsoever. But he does find redemption for himself, in the end, through real-life relationships and a perspective that comes with time, distance, and an outrageous sense of humor.
AUDIENCES ARE SAYING:
"Comically, it was a FIVE-STAR performance."
“OK. We only laughed for 80 of 90 minutes!”
“This show was absolutely hysterical!
It's a definite MUST SEE! “
"It's been a long time since I've had this much fun!"
THEATRE BLOG AT LEILABRANDT.COM:
This is a coming of age memoir about sex, the loss of innocence, and exchange of values that comes to us all with maturity. The subject is a cache of pornography, discovered by 11 year old Andrew and the role it plays in his life until fantasy gives way to a better reality. It could be anyone's story. The Accidental Pervert is a delightful evening out; come for the fun.
COMING IN JUNE
June 1, 2016 @ 8 pm
June 2, 2016 @ 8 pm
June 5, 2016 @ 3 pm
June 6, 2016 @ 8 pm
June 7, 2016 @ 8 pm
June 8, 2016 @ 8 pm
June 9, 2016 @ 8 pm
June 13, 2016 @ 8 pm
June 14, 2016 @ 8 pm
Locked In The Attic Productions presents
Love Is Dead!
an original Seanie Sugrue play performed in three acts!
A paralytic presentation of murder, deceit and sexism. This series of stories, akin with a thin thread of correlation, attempt to prove whether its title holds true, that Love Is Dead!
Act 1: The Apple and the Tree! drags through the meager life of Trevor. A young man burdened with the seemingly impossible task of convincing his relations that he has been raped, by two women. Despite his best efforts, he is disregarded as a cheater, liar and thief. Frustrated and suffocated, digging deeper, deeper, and farther still, he retreats to his den of iniquity, which is the worst decision he will ever make. The culmination of all his shame is paralleled with his father Walter, following closely in his deadly footsteps.
Act 2: Two Minute Kenneth! follows a seemingly incompatible couple through the rapid escalation of the imminent melancholy that is, a modern day relationship. Resorting to violence to solve their conflict, Eugene becomes torn between a confession or satisfying his own selfish desires. Sexism and jealousy fan the embers of this twisted tale of delusion, rage and murder. A tragedy that goes to show, you’ll only reap just what you sow.
Act 3: My Goldfish Loves Me but I Hate Your Guts! ambles recklessly through a sinuous account of the life and misery of Maggie, an unhinged prostitute looking for retribution. Seemingly held together by the quizzical relationship with her beloved goldfish, Maggie indiscriminately stacks up her callers with no short of bloodshed. Chauvinism and tact drive her to resort to take matters into her own hands. Establishing a narrative that proves, a woman without a man is only as good as a fish without a gun.
WARNING: LOVE IS DEAD! DEALS IN MATURE SUBJECT MATTER AND CONTAINS SEXUAL CONTENT, STRONG LANGUAGE, AND GRAPHIC VIOLENCE.
Cast & Credits:
Written + Directed by Seanie Sugrue
Cast Includes: Patrick Brian Scherrer, John Warren, Mary Tierney*, Christopher Clark Cates, Myles O’Connor*, Hannah Jane McMurray, Ashton Foster, Olivia Howell, Courtney Torres and Chris Gentile
* Appearing through the courtesy of the Actors Equity Association
Sunday, June 12 @ 4:00 p.m.
Genesis Repertory and the M Center for the Arts
present their seventh annual vocal master class concert.
This year, it expands past the usual to present three original musical one-acts featuring the student body of this premier training program with studios in Manhattan and Brooklyn:
LITTLE BIG SHOTS: Four child actors bond while waiting for an unknown audition. Featuring Agapi Bakopoulou, Drew Louis, Allie Nicole, and Ella Paturno
RHYTHM OF LIFE: A Coming-of-Age story centered around a young composer’s first piece. Featuring Ashley Chico, Brigid Elizabeth Drake, and Isabella Sirota
UNHAPPY: The day-job was supposed to last forever… that’s why they gave up their theatre careers. Now on the eve of termination, three mature office workers reexamine life.
Featuring Christine Conway, Emmy Pai, Dave Richards, and starring Mario Claudio
These musical revue style pieces feature original music as well as established favorites.
Artistic Director and Vocal Instructor:
Mary Elizabeth Micari
Book and Stage Direction:
COMING IN JULY
Hamlet: An Exploration
2016 marks the 400th anniversary since the death of legendary playwright and poet, William Shakespeare. This summer, Matt de Rogatis (Hamlet) and Jay Michaels (director) will come together to bring you a stunning adaptation of Shakespeare's most famous work, Hamlet. With steampunk costumes and the added concept of a narrator, this promises to be a version of the story you have never seen before!
"...celebrate the premiere of one of the most unique productions of Hamlet in decades." - Broadwayworld.com
Hamlet by William Shakespeare
Matt de Rogatis as Hamlet
Directed by Jay Michaels
July 13th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 20th, 21st, 22nd and 23rd @8pm
July 16th, 17th, 23rd and 24th @3pm
Ticket Link: Hamletnyc.brownpapertickets.com
For inquiries, please contact us at email@example.com