Emerging Artists Theatre and Artistic Director Paul Adams present the Fall EATFest, a three-week festival premiering 18 plays by emerging playwrights.
The List by Kristyn Leigh Robinson, directed by Molly Marinik
Max loves football. He really loves it. But when Jenny, his wife of two years, announces that she has a date, will
he realize what's really important?
Water and Discarded Hair by Jessamyn Fiore, directed by Kel Haney
She cuts his hair. He'll break her heart. Two people trying to finally connect after years of a unrequited passion
National Treasure by Jon Spano, directed by Derek Jamison
A malodorous occurrence forges an unlikely bond between Barry and Melissa, two strangers who meet at the Lyceum
Theatre for a memorial tribute to the late, great stage actress Lydia North. As Barry and Melissa discover the
deeper meanings of human frailty, secrets are revealed and illusions shattered.
Tom Cruise, Get Off the Couch by Kevin Brofsky, directed by Aimee Howard
Charlie brings home Tim for a romantic tryst, probably because he thinks Tim looks like his idol, Tom Cruise.
Charlie's night of fantasy, however, is sabotaged by his big friendly dog.
Emily Breathes by Matt Casarino, directed by Ryan Hilliard
A young man confronts a priest in a confessional, determined to reconcile their difficult past before he leaves the
Stray by Corey Rieger, directed by Robert Cambeiro
An eccentric senior citizen finds herself in the middle of a custody battle of the strangest proportions.
Clothes Encounter by David Almeida and Stephen J. Miller directed by Nick Micozzi
After a chance meeting on a nude beach, a couple has their first date in clothes.
Den of Iniquity by Patrick Gabridge, directed by Ian Streicher
Gerald sneaks off to an illicit studio where people come to try one of the most addictive of habits--writing -- until
his wife comes pounding on the door.
Layout by Richard Ploetz, directed by Paul Adams
Lucky Day by Mark Lambeck directed by Jonathan Warman
An insomniac Broadway dresser clashes with a depressed actuary on the roof of their apartment building in this
offbeat comedy in which two strangers from different worlds discover they have more in common than either could have
UnEmbalmed by Joe Byers, directed by Carter Inskeep
Two strangers grieving the same child's death must make peace with each other before either one can find peace.
Is That a Gun in Your Pocket by Carol Mullen, directed by Ned Thorne
Adam Walker's last few inventions have been plagued with problems, and he's got a debt he can't afford to pay. But
when James, the handsome "collection agent," comes by to settle Adam's account, will it be sparks or bullets that
The Adventures Of by Kathleen Warnock, directed by Deb Guston
Tune in to "The Adventures of..." to join Maggie, Commander Zoron and Prince Kal as they fight for truth, justice,
and the right to homoerotic subtext!
For the Good of the Nation by Jeff Hollman, directed by Eric Chase
A number of government agents about to undertake a "wet" mission, an operation that will cause the deaths of people,
fall into a state of confusion and chaos as they discover that the codes they have been given have been
mis-remembered or are just plain wrong.
The Gipper by Peter Levine, directed by Deb Guston
A middle-aged New York Jewish couple, mar ried 40 years, prepare for their weekly summer picnic in Central Park but
the subject of death - their deaths - intrude - somewhere between the pickled herring and the rice pudding.
Martin, Are You Mad At Me? by Colette Herbstman, directed by Samantha Manas
At a popular West Village restaurant good friends, Martin and Marilyn, are enjoying dinner. When Martin becomes
outraged and offended when he overhears his waiter talking about him. Can the strength of Martin and Marilyn's
friendship salvage what shreds of Martin's ego remain or is he destined to a life of ordering take-out, never to set
foot in another restaurant again?
Safe by D.W. Gregory, directed by Ian Streicher
A suburban couple fights for a sense of control over their lives as a sniper terrorizes their neighborhood with a
series of random killings.
Pithy by Chris Widney, directed by Melissa Attebery
Desperate to get their clearly troubled, hopeless, loser son admitted, two nouveau riche parents shamelessly stroke
the pompous, old headmaster of one of the most prestigious, inexplicably British sounding prep schools in the
See schedule for performance dates and times.