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Inner Voices 2014 is a double bill of two new works commissioned by premieres starring Andrea Frierson and Phoebe Strole.
Grace by Charlayne Woodard with music by Kirsten Childs is a haunting and soulful tale about brilliant, arrogant, award-winning novelist, Grace Monroe, as she faces the most devastating challenge of her life, forcing her to reassess her past, present and future. Grace will be directed by Shirley Jo Finney, music directed by Rona Siddiqui with Marc Schmied on bass, and starring Andrea Frierson in the title role.
The Other Room by Mark Campbell with music by Marisa Michelson is a moving and often humorous solo piece celebrating the power of friendship and political engagement in the midst of the AIDS crisis. Lena reflects on her profound love for her friend Steve at a critical point in their relationship when he becomes seriously ill. The Other Room will be directed by Ethan Heard, music directed by Ian Axeness with Brian Sanders on cello, and starring Phoebe Strole as Lena.
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.
An evening of one-acts about love.
Sitting on the banks of the Hudson River, the dark and mysterious town of Moldavia-on-Hudson is haunted with humor. Unfortunately for its slightly twisted residents, the jokes are on them.
serials@theflea is a raucous late night play competition featuring The
Bats and some of NYC's hottest young playwrights and directors.
In #serials@theflea, five teams of Bats perform original ten-minute episodic plays. The audience votes for its three favorite plays, which return the next week with a new installment. The teams with the two least popular stories must likewise come back the following week, but with entirely different serialized plays.
A moving mosaic of what it means to be endowed with "Great Expectations," That Poor Dream is set on a train traveling from New York City to Fairfield, CT, uniting worlds divided by geography, privilege, and time. Inspired by Charles Dickens's classic novel about coming of age in a profoundly class-conscious society, the work draws on the company's own complex relationship to class identity and economic disparity in American society, The Assembly's newest creation explores how class defines and divides us, and how our shared humanity might bring us closer together.