Found: 68
  • July 20
    2018

    FRIDAY
    5 PM
    The 14th Street Y, 344 East 14th Street, New York, NY

    A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Abridged) by William Shakespeare Directed by David Stallings The teen campers of the 14th Street Y's Teen Theater Summer Camp will perform this well loved Shakespeare comedy after two weeks of rehearsal, and preparation! Running time: 60 MinutesPerformed by the students of Teen Theater Summer Camp About Teen Theater Summer Camp: Teen Theater Camp is like no other, in the heart of the East Village. From July 9 through August 3, The Theater at the 14th Street Y offers a four week theater camp that will engage teens interested in performance, writing, and design through unique programming that gives each student an opportunity to craft their own individual experience. The curriculum is custom-crafted around each camper’s interest, experience level, and abilities. Campers work daily with professional artists, program administrators, and guest artists, gaining priceless insight into the craft through mentorship and experience with current working professionals. Teens hone their artistic skills as they write, create, direct, and design their own theater pieces–spending full days in a beautiful theater used by some of NYC’s most imaginative creators. Together, they build a strong and diverse ensemble that speak to students of all backgrounds. As an alternative to the performance based curriculum, Campers have the opportunity to choose a Technical Theater focus. Technical Theater students will work with a resident designer to design, build, and run the production. Learn more at 14StreetY.org/ttsc

  • July 20
    2018

    FRIDAY
    8 PM
    LIC-A Plaxall Gallery, 5-25 46th Avenue, Long Island City, NY

    THIS PRODUCTION, WRITTEN BY AARON POSNER, TAKES US DEEP INTO CHEKHOV'S CATHARTIC LOVE QUADRANGLE AS IT ATTEMPTS TO DISCOVER, WITH META-THEATRICALITY, WHAT IT TRULY MEANS TO BE AN ARTIST, AND WHAT IT TRULY MEANS TO LOVE. (New York, NY) - Stripped Scripts® ("Tomorrow In The Battle, an Ars Nova Fling), in association with Long Island City Artists Inc. and The Plaxall Gallery ("Garden Of Delights"), has announced that it will present Aaron Posner's STUPID F##KING BIRD, a satirical spin on the Chekhov's classic text, "The Seagull", directed by Adam Knight ("In The Room, "Naperville"), running July 6th - July 21st, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays at The Plaxall Gallery (5-25 46 Avenue, Long Island City). www.strippedscripts.com The play, written by Aaron Posner, reimagines Chekhov's classic text as a contemporary artist's journey attempting to find new forms of art by living in this present moment. The characters' stories are at once hysterical, tragic and cathartic as they desperately attempt to find out what it means to be an artist. This meta-theatrical experience, grounded in the disappointment inherent in growing up in the world we live in today, asks the question: Art, Love Happiness can we have it all? LIC-A will curate a LIC-A member's exhibition specifically themed to Stripped Scripts®' Stupid F##king Bird titled Yours, And Always, Only Yours. The exhibition will take place in The Plaxall Gallery's 12,000 sq ft warehouse space. This unique artistic experience will couple visual art with Aaron Posner's dynamic play, Stupid F##king Bird. Yours, And Always, Only Yours will open on July 5th, and will be on view until August 5th. Gallery hours: Thursday from 6pm-10pm, Saturday and Sunday from 12pm-6pm. The cast of STUPID F##KING BIRD features OLIVIER RENAUD (Cirque Du Soleil), JAY WILLIAM THOMAS ("Dementia 13"), MARY RUTH BAGGOTT ("Brokers"), TANA SIROIS ("Broad Comedy"), DAVID LEEPER ("At The Flash"), ALLISON THREADGOLD ("Tomorrow In The Battle") AND DONAL BROPHY ("Sleep No More"). AARON POSNER (Playwright) is an American playwright, theatre director, and co-founder of the Arden Theatre Company in Philadelphia. He has previously adapted The Chosen based on a novel of the same name, My Name Is Asher Lev, based on Potok's 1972 novel. He has adapted Chekhov's Uncle Vanya (titled Life Sucks) and Three Sisters titled (No Sisters). ADAM KNIGHT (Director) is co-founder of the Off-Off Broadway Slant Theatre Project, where he has produced 25 world premieres and worked with artists such as Lucy Alibar, Bekah Brunstetter, Adam Rapp and Mat Smart. NYC credits...

  • July 21
    2018

    SATURDAY
    2 PM
    The Tank @ 36th Street, 312 West 36th Street, New York, NY

    I Love New York explores modern anxiety and the quest for external validation by juxtaposing material from TripAdvisor.com and Ellis Island immigrant interviews. Laughs are followed by questions: Am I that revealing online? Is my anxiety that high? Is the fact that Ive forgotten the question and am questioning my anxiety proof I have anxiety? I Love New York gives Americans from all over the country and immigrants from all around the world the opportunity to tell you what The American Dream looks like for them. Written by Will Bonfiglio and Jessica Owens Directed by Matthew Russell Sound Design & Original Music by Aidan Carr Produced by The Varsity Theatre Company ABOUT THE ARTISTS Will Bonfiglio (Playwright) is an actor, playwright, and producer from St. Louis, where he is the Executive Director of Equally Represented Arts (ERA). He has also worked with a variety of regional theatre companies including Max & Louie Productions, Mustard Seed Theatre, The New Jewish Theatre, SATE Ensemble Theatre, and Variety Childrens Theatre. He recently won the St. Louis Theatre Circle Award for Outstanding Actor in a Comedy for his performance in Stray Dog Theatres production of Buyer & Cellar. Jessica Owens (Playwright & Dramaturg) has worked for institutions such as Creative Artists Agency, The Public Theater, The New York Philharmonic and currently works with Roundabout Theatre Company. Recent dramaturgical credits include The Pitchforks (The Drama League), Macbeth (Columbia Stages), Northern Lights (ATHE Development Workshop), Ascent, and MAY: A New Musical Fable. She is a script reader for Roundabout, The Public, Jewish Plays Project, and various directors and competitions. Jessica is the co-founder of the Initiative for Millennial Theatre Artists and holds degrees in Theatre and English & History (Vanderbilt University) and an MA in Text and Performance (Royal Academy of Dramatic Art). Matthew Russell (Director) Recent acting credits include Hand to God (Studio Theatre), Taming of the Shrew (Shakespeare Theatre Company), Much Ado About Nothing (The Public), Cymbeline (The Here & Now), The Grapes of Wrath (Trinity Rep), and the films Some Freaks and The Spine of Night. Directing: inaugural workshop of Aidan Carrs musical May and the premiere of Traffic Jam: A New Musical. He contributed arrangements and performed as a musician for STCs Shrew and Trinity Reps The Grapes of Wrath, The Skin of Our Teeth, and Jedermann. He has taught at Brown University, MCC, Trinity Rep, and Citadel Theatre. AEA and SAG-AFTRA. MFA: Brown/Trinity Rep. The Varsity Theatre Company is a...

  • July 21
    2018

    SATURDAY
    8 PM
    LIC-A Plaxall Gallery, 5-25 46th Avenue, Long Island City, NY

    THIS PRODUCTION, WRITTEN BY AARON POSNER, TAKES US DEEP INTO CHEKHOV'S CATHARTIC LOVE QUADRANGLE AS IT ATTEMPTS TO DISCOVER, WITH META-THEATRICALITY, WHAT IT TRULY MEANS TO BE AN ARTIST, AND WHAT IT TRULY MEANS TO LOVE. (New York, NY) - Stripped Scripts® ("Tomorrow In The Battle, an Ars Nova Fling), in association with Long Island City Artists Inc. and The Plaxall Gallery ("Garden Of Delights"), has announced that it will present Aaron Posner's STUPID F##KING BIRD, a satirical spin on the Chekhov's classic text, "The Seagull", directed by Adam Knight ("In The Room, "Naperville"), running July 6th - July 21st, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays at The Plaxall Gallery (5-25 46 Avenue, Long Island City). www.strippedscripts.com The play, written by Aaron Posner, reimagines Chekhov's classic text as a contemporary artist's journey attempting to find new forms of art by living in this present moment. The characters' stories are at once hysterical, tragic and cathartic as they desperately attempt to find out what it means to be an artist. This meta-theatrical experience, grounded in the disappointment inherent in growing up in the world we live in today, asks the question: Art, Love Happiness can we have it all? LIC-A will curate a LIC-A member's exhibition specifically themed to Stripped Scripts®' Stupid F##king Bird titled Yours, And Always, Only Yours. The exhibition will take place in The Plaxall Gallery's 12,000 sq ft warehouse space. This unique artistic experience will couple visual art with Aaron Posner's dynamic play, Stupid F##king Bird. Yours, And Always, Only Yours will open on July 5th, and will be on view until August 5th. Gallery hours: Thursday from 6pm-10pm, Saturday and Sunday from 12pm-6pm. The cast of STUPID F##KING BIRD features OLIVIER RENAUD (Cirque Du Soleil), JAY WILLIAM THOMAS ("Dementia 13"), MARY RUTH BAGGOTT ("Brokers"), TANA SIROIS ("Broad Comedy"), DAVID LEEPER ("At The Flash"), ALLISON THREADGOLD ("Tomorrow In The Battle") AND DONAL BROPHY ("Sleep No More"). AARON POSNER (Playwright) is an American playwright, theatre director, and co-founder of the Arden Theatre Company in Philadelphia. He has previously adapted The Chosen based on a novel of the same name, My Name Is Asher Lev, based on Potok's 1972 novel. He has adapted Chekhov's Uncle Vanya (titled Life Sucks) and Three Sisters titled (No Sisters). ADAM KNIGHT (Director) is co-founder of the Off-Off Broadway Slant Theatre Project, where he has produced 25 world premieres and worked with artists such as Lucy Alibar, Bekah Brunstetter, Adam Rapp and Mat Smart. NYC credits...

  • July 22
    2018

    SUNDAY
    3:30 PM
    Caveat, 21 A Clinton Street, New York, NY

    Scratch Paper is a smart, supportive open mic for informative comedy, research-inspired storytelling, and charismatic talks, brought to you by Caveat. SIGN UP HERE. In the spirit of exploring “intelligent nightlife,” we’re hosting an open mic like no other. Researchers, teachers, and comedians will share the stage to hone their sets in a room that GETS IT.   Are you a researcher or science writer who wants to work jokes into your upcoming piece? Are you a stand up comedian who wants to use history, science, or your other nerdy obsession to fuel your sets? Whether it’s comedy based in research or research with a little something extra, Scratch Paper will help you test out new material that offers audiences exciting insights into the world… before the punchline. Sets will be kept to a strict 4 minutes limit. Sign ups open the Monday beforehand and are announced on our Facebook page. Missed the sign up window? We save room for drop-ins!  To hear more about Scratch Paper, ask questions, and receive updates, join our community on Facebook. We’ll have old hands and new present, so no worries if it’s your first time! Even if you just want to come check it out from the audience, everyone will leave a little smarter (and a little drunker). Doors: 3:30pm Start time: 4:00pm Price: FREE  21+ Scratch Paper is hosted by…. Kate Downey is Caveat’s Creative Director. With a background in Shakespeare, Kate has directing and producing credits at New York City Opera, Cherry Lane, BAM and the Public Theater. After building renegade tours of the Metropolitan Museum of Art with Museum Hack, Kate fell in love with science and ran away with it. Carly Hoogendyk is a Producer at Caveat. She’s also a creative marketer and comedian – but she loves trees above all else. She is thrilled to explore the intersection of learning and being entertained. Shannon Palus is a science journalist whose work has appeared in Slate, Popular Science, The Atlantic, and many other places. She has a dog named Ada Lovelace. Kate Villa is a comedy writer and stand up comedian. She has worked in some of the most fun places (The President Show, UCBComedy, Pig Apple) and her writing has been featured in some of the most fun publications (McSweeneys, The Belladonna, Cartuna, Hellogiggles). She is, objectively, the most fun. Kyle Marian is a science communicator, former physical anthropologist, and dabbles in comedy. She works with Guerilla Science on top of producing The Symposium: Academic Stand-Up. A UK Bright Club Comedy alum, she is now on a mission to train up academics in stand-up & spread the smart...

  • July 29
    2018

    SUNDAY
    3:30 PM
    Caveat, 21 A Clinton Street, New York, NY

    Scratch Paper is a smart, supportive open mic for informative comedy, research-inspired storytelling, and charismatic talks, brought to you by Caveat. SIGN UP HERE. In the spirit of exploring “intelligent nightlife,” we’re hosting an open mic like no other. Researchers, teachers, and comedians will share the stage to hone their sets in a room that GETS IT.   Are you a researcher or science writer who wants to work jokes into your upcoming piece? Are you a stand up comedian who wants to use history, science, or your other nerdy obsession to fuel your sets? Whether it’s comedy based in research or research with a little something extra, Scratch Paper will help you test out new material that offers audiences exciting insights into the world… before the punchline. Sets will be kept to a strict 4 minutes limit. Sign ups open the Monday beforehand and are announced on our Facebook page. Missed the sign up window? We save room for drop-ins!  To hear more about Scratch Paper, ask questions, and receive updates, join our community on Facebook. We’ll have old hands and new present, so no worries if it’s your first time! Even if you just want to come check it out from the audience, everyone will leave a little smarter (and a little drunker). Doors: 3:30pm Start time: 4:00pm Price: FREE  21+ Scratch Paper is hosted by…. Kate Downey is Caveat’s Creative Director. With a background in Shakespeare, Kate has directing and producing credits at New York City Opera, Cherry Lane, BAM and the Public Theater. After building renegade tours of the Metropolitan Museum of Art with Museum Hack, Kate fell in love with science and ran away with it. Carly Hoogendyk is a Producer at Caveat. She’s also a creative marketer and comedian – but she loves trees above all else. She is thrilled to explore the intersection of learning and being entertained. Shannon Palus is a science journalist whose work has appeared in Slate, Popular Science, The Atlantic, and many other places. She has a dog named Ada Lovelace. Kate Villa is a comedy writer and stand up comedian. She has worked in some of the most fun places (The President Show, UCBComedy, Pig Apple) and her writing has been featured in some of the most fun publications (McSweeneys, The Belladonna, Cartuna, Hellogiggles). She is, objectively, the most fun. Kyle Marian is a science communicator, former physical anthropologist, and dabbles in comedy. She works with Guerilla Science on top of producing The Symposium: Academic Stand-Up. A UK Bright Club Comedy alum, she is now on a mission to train up academics in stand-up & spread the smart...

  • July 30
    2018

    MONDAY
    7 PM
    The Tank @ 36th Street, 312 West 36th Street, New York, NY

    I Love New York explores modern anxiety and the quest for external validation by juxtaposing material from TripAdvisor.com and Ellis Island immigrant interviews. Laughs are followed by questions: Am I that revealing online? Is my anxiety that high? Is the fact that Ive forgotten the question and am questioning my anxiety proof I have anxiety? I Love New York gives Americans from all over the country and immigrants from all around the world the opportunity to tell you what The American Dream looks like for them. Written by Will Bonfiglio and Jessica Owens Directed by Matthew Russell Sound Design & Original Music by Aidan Carr Produced by The Varsity Theatre Company ABOUT THE ARTISTS Will Bonfiglio (Playwright) is an actor, playwright, and producer from St. Louis, where he is the Executive Director of Equally Represented Arts (ERA). He has also worked with a variety of regional theatre companies including Max & Louie Productions, Mustard Seed Theatre, The New Jewish Theatre, SATE Ensemble Theatre, and Variety Childrens Theatre. He recently won the St. Louis Theatre Circle Award for Outstanding Actor in a Comedy for his performance in Stray Dog Theatres production of Buyer & Cellar. Jessica Owens (Playwright & Dramaturg) has worked for institutions such as Creative Artists Agency, The Public Theater, The New York Philharmonic and currently works with Roundabout Theatre Company. Recent dramaturgical credits include The Pitchforks (The Drama League), Macbeth (Columbia Stages), Northern Lights (ATHE Development Workshop), Ascent, and MAY: A New Musical Fable. She is a script reader for Roundabout, The Public, Jewish Plays Project, and various directors and competitions. Jessica is the co-founder of the Initiative for Millennial Theatre Artists and holds degrees in Theatre and English & History (Vanderbilt University) and an MA in Text and Performance (Royal Academy of Dramatic Art). Matthew Russell (Director) Recent acting credits include Hand to God (Studio Theatre), Taming of the Shrew (Shakespeare Theatre Company), Much Ado About Nothing (The Public), Cymbeline (The Here & Now), The Grapes of Wrath (Trinity Rep), and the films Some Freaks and The Spine of Night. Directing: inaugural workshop of Aidan Carrs musical May and the premiere of Traffic Jam: A New Musical. He contributed arrangements and performed as a musician for STCs Shrew and Trinity Reps The Grapes of Wrath, The Skin of Our Teeth, and Jedermann. He has taught at Brown University, MCC, Trinity Rep, and Citadel Theatre. AEA and SAG-AFTRA. MFA: Brown/Trinity Rep. The Varsity Theatre Company is a...

  • July 31
    2018

    TUESDAY
    9:30 PM
    The Tank @ 36th Street, 312 West 36th Street, New York, NY

    I Love New York explores modern anxiety and the quest for external validation by juxtaposing material from TripAdvisor.com and Ellis Island immigrant interviews. Laughs are followed by questions: Am I that revealing online? Is my anxiety that high? Is the fact that Ive forgotten the question and am questioning my anxiety proof I have anxiety? I Love New York gives Americans from all over the country and immigrants from all around the world the opportunity to tell you what The American Dream looks like for them. Written by Will Bonfiglio and Jessica Owens Directed by Matthew Russell Sound Design & Original Music by Aidan Carr Produced by The Varsity Theatre Company ABOUT THE ARTISTS Will Bonfiglio (Playwright) is an actor, playwright, and producer from St. Louis, where he is the Executive Director of Equally Represented Arts (ERA). He has also worked with a variety of regional theatre companies including Max & Louie Productions, Mustard Seed Theatre, The New Jewish Theatre, SATE Ensemble Theatre, and Variety Childrens Theatre. He recently won the St. Louis Theatre Circle Award for Outstanding Actor in a Comedy for his performance in Stray Dog Theatres production of Buyer & Cellar. Jessica Owens (Playwright & Dramaturg) has worked for institutions such as Creative Artists Agency, The Public Theater, The New York Philharmonic and currently works with Roundabout Theatre Company. Recent dramaturgical credits include The Pitchforks (The Drama League), Macbeth (Columbia Stages), Northern Lights (ATHE Development Workshop), Ascent, and MAY: A New Musical Fable. She is a script reader for Roundabout, The Public, Jewish Plays Project, and various directors and competitions. Jessica is the co-founder of the Initiative for Millennial Theatre Artists and holds degrees in Theatre and English & History (Vanderbilt University) and an MA in Text and Performance (Royal Academy of Dramatic Art). Matthew Russell (Director) Recent acting credits include Hand to God (Studio Theatre), Taming of the Shrew (Shakespeare Theatre Company), Much Ado About Nothing (The Public), Cymbeline (The Here & Now), The Grapes of Wrath (Trinity Rep), and the films Some Freaks and The Spine of Night. Directing: inaugural workshop of Aidan Carrs musical May and the premiere of Traffic Jam: A New Musical. He contributed arrangements and performed as a musician for STCs Shrew and Trinity Reps The Grapes of Wrath, The Skin of Our Teeth, and Jedermann. He has taught at Brown University, MCC, Trinity Rep, and Citadel Theatre. AEA and SAG-AFTRA. MFA: Brown/Trinity Rep. The Varsity Theatre Company is a...

  • Aug 8
    2018

    WEDNESDAY
    10 PM
    Lincoln Center, New York, NY

  • Aug 10
    2018

    FRIDAY
    8 PM
    El Barrio Art Space, PS 109, 215 East 99th Street, New York, NY

    TTF FIFTH ANNUAL STAGED READING SERIES "Seeing Shakespeare's Women" continues with THE FALL OF LADY M By Michael Perlmutter Directed by Laura Pittenger This seven-woman feminist take on Macbeth looks at the events of the Scottish play from the point of the view of Lady M's handmaids and the wily witches, as they conspire to save Scotland - and themselves. FRIDAY, AUGUST 10 @ 8 PM El Barrio Art Space 215 East 99th Street, NYC (Between 2nd and 3rd Avenue) Thanks to The Shakespeare Forum! Tickets and full cast and crew information coming soon! ~*~ Then join us for: LADY CAPULET by Melissa Bell SATURDAY, JULY 14 @ 8 PM El Barrio Art Space A prequel to Romeo and Juliet gives a glimpse into the feud between the Capulets and the Montagues - as well as the love (and love child) that always stood between them. ~*~ WANT MORE? TTF is thrilled to be asked to participate in the Second Annual Sheen Center Theater Festival of Catholic Playwrights at the Sheen Center! The festival is FREE, so make sure to reserve your seat today: THURSDAY, JUNE 21 @ 7 PM Festival Opening Showcase THE OTHER, OTHER WOMAN Join TTF, along with other prominent Catholic theatre companies, as we showcase excerpts from upcoming work, followed by a Q&A. See a special sneak peek of our Fall 2018 workshop production of The Other, Other Woman by Emily C. A. Snyder, a new-Restoration farce about questions of consent. Reservations: https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pe.c/10290123 SUNDAY, JUNE 24 @ 2 PM THE MERRY WIDOWS OF WINDSOR Shakespeare's Merry Wives have become Snyder's Merry Widows in this hilarious sequel with a feminist edge. With a touch of Hamlet, Shakespearean cross-dressing, and a very confused Dogberry and Verges (who took a left turn at Illyria), The Merry Widows of Windsor is sure to delight audiences of all ages. Reservations: https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pe.c/10290127

  • Aug 28
    2018

    TUESDAY
    6:15 PM
    The Hudson Guild Theater, 441 W 26th St. (9th/10th Avenues), New York, NY

    In their hilarious adaptation--comedy, crazy antics and climate control help The Silly Shakespeare Company® figure out if William Shakespeare picked the best title and what he was thinking when he wrote The Winter's Tale. August 28 @ 6:15pm September 1 @ 8:30pm September 2 @ 1pm - Sunday Play running time 70 minutes

  • Sep 1
    2018

    SATURDAY
    8:30 PM
    The Hudson Guild Theater, 441 W 26th St. (9th/10th Avenues), New York, NY

    In their hilarious adaptation--comedy, crazy antics and climate control help The Silly Shakespeare Company® figure out if William Shakespeare picked the best title and what he was thinking when he wrote The Winter's Tale. August 28 @ 6:15pm September 1 @ 8:30pm September 2 @ 1pm - Sunday Play running time 70 minutes

  • Sep 2
    2018

    SUNDAY
    1 PM
    The Hudson Guild Theater, 441 W 26th St. (9th/10th Avenues), New York, NY

    In their hilarious adaptation--comedy, crazy antics and climate control help The Silly Shakespeare Company® figure out if William Shakespeare picked the best title and what he was thinking when he wrote The Winter's Tale. August 28 @ 6:15pm September 1 @ 8:30pm September 2 @ 1pm - Sunday Play running time 70 minutes

  • Sep 11
    2018

    TUESDAY
    6:30 PM
    New York University, New York, NY
    Location: Skirball Center for the Performing Arts

    A salt and pepper shaker for the king and queen. A ruler for the prince. A spoon for the servant. Lighter fluid for the Innkeeper. A water bottle for the messenger. Condensed versions of each and every Shakespearean play are comically and lovingly retold, transformed by a “cast” of household objects into 36 intimate and lovingly made miniatures, played out on an everyday table-top.  The stories of the plays vividly come to life over six nights, as the act of storytelling and theater itself is celebrated.

  • Sep 11
    2018

    TUESDAY
    7:30 PM
    New York University, New York, NY
    Location: Skirball Center for the Performing Arts

    A salt and pepper shaker for the king and queen. A ruler for the prince. A spoon for the servant. Lighter fluid for the Innkeeper. A water bottle for the messenger. Condensed versions of each and every Shakespearean play are comically and lovingly retold, transformed by a “cast” of household objects into 36 intimate and lovingly made miniatures, played out on an everyday table-top.  The stories of the plays vividly come to life over six nights, as the act of storytelling and theater itself is celebrated.

  • Sep 11
    2018

    TUESDAY
    8:30 PM
    New York University, New York, NY
    Location: Skirball Center for the Performing Arts

    A salt and pepper shaker for the king and queen. A ruler for the prince. A spoon for the servant. Lighter fluid for the Innkeeper. A water bottle for the messenger. Condensed versions of each and every Shakespearean play are comically and lovingly retold, transformed by a “cast” of household objects into 36 intimate and lovingly made miniatures, played out on an everyday table-top.  The stories of the plays vividly come to life over six nights, as the act of storytelling and theater itself is celebrated.

  • Sep 11
    2018

    TUESDAY
    9:30 PM
    New York University, New York, NY
    Location: Skirball Center for the Performing Arts

    A salt and pepper shaker for the king and queen. A ruler for the prince. A spoon for the servant. Lighter fluid for the Innkeeper. A water bottle for the messenger. Condensed versions of each and every Shakespearean play are comically and lovingly retold, transformed by a “cast” of household objects into 36 intimate and lovingly made miniatures, played out on an everyday table-top.  The stories of the plays vividly come to life over six nights, as the act of storytelling and theater itself is celebrated.

  • Sep 12
    2018

    WEDNESDAY
    6:30 PM
    New York University, New York, NY
    Location: Skirball Center for the Performing Arts

    A salt and pepper shaker for the king and queen. A ruler for the prince. A spoon for the servant. Lighter fluid for the Innkeeper. A water bottle for the messenger. Condensed versions of each and every Shakespearean play are comically and lovingly retold, transformed by a “cast” of household objects into 36 intimate and lovingly made miniatures, played out on an everyday table-top.  The stories of the plays vividly come to life over six nights, as the act of storytelling and theater itself is celebrated.

  • Sep 12
    2018

    WEDNESDAY
    7:30 PM
    New York University, New York, NY
    Location: Skirball Center for the Performing Arts

    A salt and pepper shaker for the king and queen. A ruler for the prince. A spoon for the servant. Lighter fluid for the Innkeeper. A water bottle for the messenger. Condensed versions of each and every Shakespearean play are comically and lovingly retold, transformed by a “cast” of household objects into 36 intimate and lovingly made miniatures, played out on an everyday table-top.  The stories of the plays vividly come to life over six nights, as the act of storytelling and theater itself is celebrated.

  • Sep 12
    2018

    WEDNESDAY
    8:30 PM
    New York University, New York, NY
    Location: Skirball Center for the Performing Arts

    A salt and pepper shaker for the king and queen. A ruler for the prince. A spoon for the servant. Lighter fluid for the Innkeeper. A water bottle for the messenger. Condensed versions of each and every Shakespearean play are comically and lovingly retold, transformed by a “cast” of household objects into 36 intimate and lovingly made miniatures, played out on an everyday table-top.  The stories of the plays vividly come to life over six nights, as the act of storytelling and theater itself is celebrated.

  • Sep 12
    2018

    WEDNESDAY
    9:30 PM
    New York University, New York, NY
    Location: Skirball Center for the Performing Arts

    A salt and pepper shaker for the king and queen. A ruler for the prince. A spoon for the servant. Lighter fluid for the Innkeeper. A water bottle for the messenger. Condensed versions of each and every Shakespearean play are comically and lovingly retold, transformed by a “cast” of household objects into 36 intimate and lovingly made miniatures, played out on an everyday table-top.  The stories of the plays vividly come to life over six nights, as the act of storytelling and theater itself is celebrated.

  • Sep 13
    2018

    THURSDAY
    6:30 PM
    New York University, New York, NY
    Location: Skirball Center for the Performing Arts

    A salt and pepper shaker for the king and queen. A ruler for the prince. A spoon for the servant. Lighter fluid for the Innkeeper. A water bottle for the messenger. Condensed versions of each and every Shakespearean play are comically and lovingly retold, transformed by a “cast” of household objects into 36 intimate and lovingly made miniatures, played out on an everyday table-top.  The stories of the plays vividly come to life over six nights, as the act of storytelling and theater itself is celebrated.

  • Sep 13
    2018

    THURSDAY
    7:30 PM
    New York University, New York, NY
    Location: Skirball Center for the Performing Arts

    A salt and pepper shaker for the king and queen. A ruler for the prince. A spoon for the servant. Lighter fluid for the Innkeeper. A water bottle for the messenger. Condensed versions of each and every Shakespearean play are comically and lovingly retold, transformed by a “cast” of household objects into 36 intimate and lovingly made miniatures, played out on an everyday table-top.  The stories of the plays vividly come to life over six nights, as the act of storytelling and theater itself is celebrated.

  • Sep 13
    2018

    THURSDAY
    8:30 PM
    New York University, New York, NY
    Location: Skirball Center for the Performing Arts

    A salt and pepper shaker for the king and queen. A ruler for the prince. A spoon for the servant. Lighter fluid for the Innkeeper. A water bottle for the messenger. Condensed versions of each and every Shakespearean play are comically and lovingly retold, transformed by a “cast” of household objects into 36 intimate and lovingly made miniatures, played out on an everyday table-top.  The stories of the plays vividly come to life over six nights, as the act of storytelling and theater itself is celebrated.

  • Sep 13
    2018

    THURSDAY
    9:30 PM
    New York University, New York, NY
    Location: Skirball Center for the Performing Arts

    A salt and pepper shaker for the king and queen. A ruler for the prince. A spoon for the servant. Lighter fluid for the Innkeeper. A water bottle for the messenger. Condensed versions of each and every Shakespearean play are comically and lovingly retold, transformed by a “cast” of household objects into 36 intimate and lovingly made miniatures, played out on an everyday table-top.  The stories of the plays vividly come to life over six nights, as the act of storytelling and theater itself is celebrated.

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