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A love story for Valentine's Day. Samuel A Simon's The Actual Dance is a dramatic and moving theatrical presentation of Sam's own journey as his wife triumphs over breast cancer. Featuring original music by Eli Zoller with Eli Zoller and Kirstie Krupa joining Sam on stage at the National Opera Center.
Embodi(ED) is a theatre and dance work, based on real stories of struggles with eating disorders. The piece deals with the American distorted perception of body images and the multi-billion dollar industry that profits from insecurities affecting both men and women. The show has been devised by the Girl Be Heard ensemble, directed by Ashley Marinaccio, and produced by theater-maker and activist Jessica Greer Morris.
- New York City. A hotel lobby. A small-time gambler and big-time drinker makes his way back to Room 492. With a new night clerk on duty, he is forced to confront his personal demons and discover the real end to his own story. Eugene O'Neill's Hughie is a rarely seen theatrical masterpiece about the loneliness and redemption of one man chasing the American Dream.
Two young women at a bar. Two young men are angry. What happens when the men approach the women. Death.
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.
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.
An evening of two, little known, one-act plays by Tennessee Williams, both written in 1982, the year before the playwrights death. Directed by Cosmin Chivu (2013 revival of Tennessee Williams' The Mutilated), Tennessee Williams 1982 features the world premiere of A Recluse and His Guest and New York Premiere of The Remarkable Rooming-House of Mme. Le Monde. These two chamber pieces epitomize the theatrical imagination the playwright employed throughout his long writing career combined with the freedom he found later in life. Crisply written black comedies, these fierce plays center on the demands of unlikely human relationships in exotic locales fraught with tension.