Ripped from the headlines, Kristiana Rae Colón’s Tilikum explores captivity, violence and rebellion in a vital and visceral blend of theatre, drumming and dance. Poetic and lyrical, Tilikum calls out the power structures--both corporate and human--that ensure continued oppression, and the complicity of those willing to stand by and do nothing. Presented by Sideshow Theatre and playing June 22-July 29 at Victory Gardens.
The Hero’s Wife by Aline Lathrop premieres at 16th Street Theater July 12 – August 18, 2018. Cameron doesn’t remember in the morning what he does to Karyssa at night. She doesn’t tell him, believing his night terrors may provide a window into her new husband who just retired from the Navy SEALs.
Once In My Lifetime - A Buffalo Football Fantasy by Donna Hoke opens at Shea's Smith Theatre. For one night, fans at the downtrodden Miracle Bar discover that the impossible happens when you believe it can.
A release announcing the show calls it "the most exciting event to hit this city since the Bills made four straight trips to the Super Bowl – but with a happier ending." GUSTO
Stephanie Alison Walker's The Madres finishes its NNPN Roll at Shrewd Productions. It's 1978 in Buenos Aires, Argentina where people are disappearing right off the street but no one is talking about it...
The New Colony’s The Light by Loy A. Webb at Theater on the Lake runs 8/21 - 8/24. A surprise proposal takes an unexpected turn that upends the world of Genesis and Rashad, forcing them to confront a devastating secret from the past and putting the future of their relationship at risk. The Light is a 70-minute rollercoaster journey of laughter, romance and despair that uncovers how the power of radical love can be a healing beacon of light.
The multi-award-winning play The Madres, by North American playwright Stephanie Alison Walker, will receive its non-U.S. premiere in San Miguel, as the 2018 full production of La Troupe México. This powerful new five-character play, set in Buenos Aires in 1978, will be performed for the first time in Spanish.
D(ART) is announcing the launch of its inaugural season with David Rush’s POLICE DEAF NEAR FAR. Loosely based on actual events, POLICE DEAF NEAR FAR will follow the parallel stories of a young Deaf rights activist and two police officers as their worlds collide. POLICE DEAF NEAR FAR opens July 25th.
BLISS (or Emily Post is Dead!) by Jami Brandli comes to Promethean Theatre July 21-August 25. It’s 1960 in North Orange, NJ. Clytemnestra and Medea are now discontented housewives, and Antigone is the teenage girl next door struggling with the rules of her overbearing uncle. On the surface, they’re seemingly blissful to follow the “rules” of Emily Post, the American author famous for writing on etiquette. But that’s just the surface...
Daniel Radcliffe, Cherry Jones and Bobby Cannavale in “The Lifespan of a Fact," a new play adapted from a 2012 book about the real-life, multiyear, wildly tortured editing of a magazine essay about an adolescent’s suicide. Opening October 18, 2018 at Studio 54.
Muthaland written and performed by Minita Gandhi comes to PCPA.
MCC Theater presents the New York Premiere of THE LIGHT by Loy A. Webb, directed by Logan Vaughn.
Teatro Vista announced the lineup for its 2018-19 season, including the world premiere of “The Abuelas,” by Stephanie Alison Walker.
We are thrilled to welcome Lenelle Moise our client roster!
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