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Written by John Patrick Shanley, Danny and the Deep Blue Sea is the meeting of two battered and inarticulate people as they dance through an emotional evening, desperate to make sense of something in their lives, together.
Fire on Flaming Roads is the darkly comedic account of four friends searching for answers, both real and philosophical, as a mysterious fire burns across the horizon. As the drugs take hold, and as strange events begin to occur, tensions rise as the friends realize that tomorrow may not come as soon as they'd hoped. This allegorical, apocalyptic one-act has been compared to Waiting for Godot for the Brett Easton Ellis generation and examines the apathy, detachment and disillusionment that may very well define twenty first century America.
He is in a coma. His wife prays. His friends hope. But Heru will guide him thru.
Does the perfect man exist??? Or is he only in your dreams….
Presented in the newly created Write Act Repertory Theater in the heART of Times Square comes Jello Shots, a presentation of one act plays by young and talented directors and producers.
The 52nd Street Project makes a difference in the lives of countless Hell's Kitchen (Clinton) kids by pairing them with theater professionals who mentor them through the creation of original theater. Perhaps the most poignant presentations made by The 52nd Street Project are those in its semi-annual Playmaking series, which features the Project's youngest Hell's Kitchen mentees—ten year-olds who have just begun their theatrical education—writing for accomplished professional actors and revealing their work to a public audience for the first time. Bobby Cannavale, Edie Falco, Frank Wood and other accomplished actors will perform in Larger Than Life: The Supersized Plays, the Project's Fall 2015 Playmaking show.
Her only child dies in a car accident. Everyday she grieves. How about if one day she wakes up and her child that died is now alive? What can she do to prevent what she know will happen.
In honor of Signature's 25th Anniversary, Signature One Acts revisits three short plays produced in their playwrights' original Playwright-in-Residence season: Edward Albee's The Sandbox, María Irene Fornés' Drowning and Adrienne Kennedy's Funnyhouse of a Negro. Directed by Lila Neugebauer (A.R. Gurney's The Wayside Motor Inn), this trio of one acts celebrates Signature's rich and diverse body of work over the past quarter century.
The Unrepeatable Moment will celebrate the work of John Yearley and the transformative moments in his plays A Low Lying Fog, Hating Beckett, Slave, Horrible Person That I Am, My Father's Heart and a new work Racist Donut. Shannon Patterson (The Beautiful Dark) and K. Lorrel Manning (Happy New Year) will direct. Featured actors include Jeanine Abraham, Tricia Alexandro, Ryan Black, Lily Dorment, Tony Drazan, Jeremy Folmer, Deon Frank, Daniel Guggenheim and Amy Loughead.