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).
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