OTHER SHOWS WE RECOMMEND!
Written by Jon Steinhagen
Directed by Kevin P. Hale
Four carpooling businessmen are lost in the horrific 1967 Chicago blizzard. When they happen upon a stranded car, should they assist a stranger or protect themselves? Their decision is sure to haunt you long after you’ve left the theater.
Written by Molly Rydzel
Directed by Mark Karafin
This dark rom-com follows the love triangle of Greg, Pam, and Marianne. A daring investigation into mental health, dependency and wine: begging Greg to answer the question: can he be her everything, when he is barely enough for himself? www.certifiableplay.com
Written by David Jacobi
Directed by Sarah Wansley
Two Smartphone factory drones must learn to coexist while under threat from fascist anti-union politics, drunken guards, and a sexy anarchist unfettered by the laws of physics. A dystopian dark comedy about dancing/fighting, Nekko Wafers, and the thrill of rebellion.
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I AM A MOON
Written by Zhu Yi
Directed by Marios Theocharous
Everyone is a bright moon until you get closer and the craters appear. A closeted pop star, a secret fan, a body full of hickeys, a window without curtains… together weave a darkly humorous tale about finding the beauty of our ugly side. www.MoonPlay.org
SAVE THE DATE: A WEDDING ROAD-TRIP MUSICAL
Book, Music, and Lyrics by Gregory Jacobs-Roseman
Directed by Nikki Rothenberg; Musical Direction by Rich Silverstein
Emily and her gay BFF Alex can’t understand why, at 27, everyone they know is getting married! A chaotic journey to Emily’s ex’s wedding tests their friendship. While everyone else is getting their lives together, why are they falling apart?
Theatre 80 (Venue #7)
Thursday 8/15 at 10:15, Friday 8/16 at 9:45, Tuesday 8/20 at 2:00, Thursday 8/22 at 5:30, Saturday 8/24 at 7:00
WOMAN OF LEISURE AND PANIC
Created and Performed by Charlotte Bydwell
Produced by terraNOVA Collective
A whimsical combination of dance and theatre, ‘Woman of Leisure and Panic’ depicts a young artist’s quest to remain financially stable, creatively productive, physically fit, romantically satisfied, reasonably on schedule and still standing…or should she sit?
VENUE #8: The Theater at the 14th Street Y
Sunday 8/11 @ 3:30pm, Monday 8/12 @ 7:45pm, Friday 8/16 @ 9:45pm, Monday 8/19 @ 2:00pm, Friday 8/23 @ 8:00pm
After being whisked off to Rome and tricked into playing a role in the infamous trial of a dead Pope, 18 year old actor and priest-in-training Carlo Contadino has been imprisoned. With the help of Saint Genesius – the Patron Saint of Actors, Clowns, and Lawyers – he must perform his story, regain his faith, and find a happy ending.