Thursday, March 22, 2007

FuckPlays Tickets are now on Sale!

This show rocks my world a little bit. I am STOKED to be part of this thing. I'll be at the Opening Night performance (and party afterwards).

I hope to see as many friends there as possible (sharpened or not).

Rock on,


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fuckplays tickets now on sale!
a new breed in small play festivals
Opens March 28th!

This is only a 9-performance run over 4 weeks at the Ohio Theatre in Soho and Galapagos Art Space in Williamsburg, and with a company of over 50 people we’re going to sell out FAST!

March 28th-April 27th, 2007 (9 shows only!)

At the Ohio Theatre in Soho (66 Wooster St. btwn. Spring and Broome - C/E to Spring Street or 6 to Spring Street)
Wednesday, March 28th at 8pm (opening night—party to follow)
Thursday, March 29th at 8pm
Friday, March 30th at 8pm
Saturday, March 30th at 8pm
Sunday, April 1st at 2pm

At the Galapagos Art Space in Williamsburg: (70 North 6th St. btwn. Wythe and Kent – L to Bedford Ave.)
Friday, April 6th at 7:30pm
Friday, April 13th at 7:30pm
Friday, April 20th at 7:30pm
Friday, April 27th at 7:30pm

fuckplays features eight sexually- charged new plays written by some of NYC’s hottest emerging playwrights: Obie Award-winner Kyle Jarrow (A Very Merry Unauthorized Children’s Scientology Pageant), NYIT Award-winner Bekah Brunstetter (To Nineveh: A Modern Miracle Play), Eric Sanders (creator and playwright of Dread Awakening), New School University’s MFA Playwright William Charles Meny (The Discomposers), Columbia University’s MFA Playwright Joshua Hill (The Impotence of Being Ernest), and mythic fiction writer Casey Wimpee (Bloody Elephants), coupled with a pair of the Lone Star State’s most provocative dramatists: screenwriter Justin Cooper (Flickgrifter’s Union) and Greg Romero (The Shelter). Directors include Thomas Caruso (Mimi le Duck starring Eartha Kitt at New World Stages), NYIT Award-winner Isaac Byrne (To Nineveh: A Modern Miracle Play), Stephen Brackett (Third Man Productions’ Bloody Mary at Clemete Soto Velez), Matthew Hancock (DTNY’s Dracula at Urban Stages), Steven Gillenwater (Oceanside Parkway at American Place Theatre), Diana Basmajian (Play With Faun at the Fringe), Julie Rossman (Kimberly Rosenstock’s Discovering Columbus), and Cole Wimpee (Working Man’s Clothes’ The Woodpecker).


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Presented by Soho Thinktank and Galapagos EVOLVE Series for New Performance

Produced by Working Man’s Clothes Productions (6 NYIT Awards for To Ninevah: A Modern Miracle Play) and The Thursday Problem (Dread Awakening), in association with Jeffrey Schulman (Brutality of Fact)

The Impotence of Being Ernest by Joshua Hill, directed by Julie Rossman

Marriage Play by Bekah Brunstetter, directed by Diana Basmajian

Arms and the Octopus by Casey Wimpee, directed by Isaac Byrne

Wood by Justin Cooper, directed by Steven Gillenwater

Sharpen My Dick by Greg Romero, directed by Cole Wimpee

Candy Room by William Charles Meny, directed by Thomas Caruso

The Saddest Thing in the History of the World by Kyle Jarrow, directed by Matthew Hancock

1.1-1.7 by Eric Sanders, directed by Stephen Brackett

Starring: Adam Belvo, Mick Bleyer, Elliotte Crowell, Jared Culverhouse, John Flynn, Robert Funaro, Kaci Gober, Ebony Hogan, Julian James, Elizabeth Kensek, Michael Mason, Erin McCarson, Nell Mooney, David Mitsch, Will Neuman, Amy Lynn Stewart, Steven Strobel, Mark Thornton, Lucy Walters, Molly Ward, Charlie Wilson, Cole Wimpee and Alessandra Ziviani.

Lighting Design: Maegan Kidd and Katie Stevens
Costume Design: Candice Thompson
Production Manager: Tom Bonner

March 28th-April 27th, 2007.
visit Working Man's Clothes for more details!