Horse Trade Theater Group has announced the lineup for their 12th season, performing in three venues.

At UNDER St. Marks (94 St. Marks Place), works will include Robert J. Gibbs' Donnie and the Monsters, directed by Heidi G. Grumelot (September 2-18); Joshua Conkel's Sinking Hearts: Episode Two (September 25); High Plains & My Daughter Keeps My Hammer, written by Brian Watkins, and presented by Wide Eyed Productions (November 4-21); and Joshua Conkel's Winter in the Bathroom, presented by The Management (December 2-18).

Programming at The Red Room (85 East 4th Street) will include The Pumpkin Pie Show: Amber Alert, written and directed by Clay McLeod Chapman, and performed by Chapman and Hanna Cheek, with music by Dan Bianchi and Radiotheatre (October 14-30) and A Quite Sip of Coffee, written and performed by Anthony Johnston & Nathan Schwartz, directed by Annita Rochon, and presented by Animal Parts (December 1-12).

At The Kraine Theater (85 East 4th Street) will be The Kentucky Goblin Siege, by Jeff Sproul, presented by No Tea Productions (October 20-November 24); the musical Lesbian Love Octagon with book & Lyrics by Kimberlea Kressal and music & additional lyrics by Will Larche, directed by Kressal (November 4-7); and The 2010 Burlesque Blitz, presented by The Burlesque Alliance (December 26-30).

In addition, Horse Trade will host The 2011 APAP Conference (January 7-15), The Fire This Time Festival (January 16-30), and The 2011 FRIGID New York Festival (February 23-March 16).