Indivisible: A Benefit to Aid the Salvation Army

Grove Street Playhouse
39 Grove St, New York, NY 10014
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WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

Gideon Productions, Magnetic North, Dog & Pony Show, The Nice Men, Teatro de Los Interesados, Bombshell Productions & Emerging Artists Theatre Company in association with Workhouse Publicity present Indivisible, a special month-long benefit to aid The Salvation Army in their efforts to help the citizens of New York cope with the tragic events of September 11th. Performance dates include: October 5th-7th: Teatro de Los Interesados presents Matthew Brookshire performing acoustic re-workings of 80's pop songs and a repeat performance of Booby Traps Everywhere. October 10th, 12th, 13th: Irreverent sketch comedy, original dance pieces and a one-act play from Dog & Pony, Nice Men, Teatro de Los Interesados. October 11th: One Hundred and Ten Stories: Tales from those who escaped the World Trade Center and from those aiding the rescue effort at Ground Zero. October 14th: Broken Watch Productions presents A Boy's Life. October 17th-21st: Bombshell Productions presents After the Storm, a gripping account of one woman's experiences as a Gulf War bomb de-fuser. Hope & Recovery presented by Magnetic North members of Naked Angels Theater School makes its debut with three short plays about people putting their lives back together. October 24th-28th: Gideon Productions presents The Second String about a group of friends who come together for a wedding mere weeks after the loss of the best man. All of the proceeds will be directed to the Salvation Army. All events begin at 8pm.