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Bed Bugs and Beyond is a vulgar Hemoglobic Fantasy with lofty intent. NYC is currently facing a bed bug scourge and these frightening creatures are even more horrific when one extensively researches their violent and perverse sex lives that are a wonderful metaphor for the political attacks currently being waged against women and gay citizens. The play offers up a self-proclaimed exterminating angel, a victimized female bed bug fighting to correct injustices, a bed bug of questionable gender, and a male bed bug fueled by testosterone poisoning.
Beginning this coming month, and then continuing into March, La Strada Ensemble Theater is producing a new festival of shorts called Chance: A Festival of One Acts about Love, Fate and Destiny. Broken into two programs (Fate and Destiny), Chance takes on the nearly Herculean task of presenting 14 short plays (9 of which are World Premieres) by playwrights from across the country...and across the pond.
Atlantic presents an intimate revival of these two haunting short plays by their co-founder and one of America's most influential dramatists, David Mamet, directed by Ensemble member Scott Zigler (Broadway's The Old Neighborhood).
The Shawl is the story of bereaved woman who consults a smalltime mystic for guidance. As the mystic collects clues to make contact with the dearly departed, will he help this woman through her grief, or merely help himself?
In Prairie du Chien, a railroad car speeding through the Wisconsin night is the setting for a story of obsessive jealousy, murder and suicide, punctuated by a friendly card game that explodes into a moment of menace.
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 writer and director of All in the Timing return to Primary Stages with a World Premiere collection of delightfully funny and unforgettable short plays. David Ives is undoubtedly the master of the short form and his collaborations with Tony winner John Rando are not to be missed!
Combining live music, spoken word, projections and quite bad dance, Fleming takes us on an unforgettable romp through 14 years of celebration and resistance with the St Pat's For All Parade in Queens, NY.