Each show in this eco-friendly/socially-conscious theater festival partners with a not-for profit organization and will implement green-theater sensibility into their productions.
Among the full productions are Mike Poblete's Antenora, benefitting Amnesty International, and about two ordinary men thrown into a prison where torture is part of life; Rick Leidenfrost-Wilson's The Declaration, benefitting Marriage Equality New York, and about a gay teacher who runs for the New York Senate; Finding Elizabeth Taylor, benefitting Hollaback NYC, about a very different woman bearing the same name as the famous film star; Marc Silverberg's He's Not Himself, benefitting Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, a musical comedy inspired by George Gershwin's Pardon My English; Mark Jason Williams' The Other Day, benefitting Hetrick- Martin Institute, involving a gay couple's emotional trip to Amsterdam; Duncan Pflaster's Sweeter Dreams, benefitting the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation, and about an independent filmmaker who must choose between the two men she loves; and Tyler Ham Pong's Two Days Til Dawn, benefiting the Lower East Side Ecology Center, and about a troubled writer who encounters the ghosts of historic literary figures.
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