This monthly collaboration by playwright Stephen Gracia and director Michael LoPorto brings punk ideology back to Greenwich Village through theatre. It applies the stripped down, do-it-yourself philosophy of punk to the stage and features readings of short plays followed by live music. "Theatre can be many things. It can be spectacle: puppets and costumes and sets and huge casts. It can also be two people talking...street clothes and bare stages. It just needs to be effective; it needs to communicate," explains Gracia.
As the performances continue they will further the dialogue by showcasing the work of other writers in a segment called "Two People Talking." You can even have a dialogue of your own with the artists: each performance is followed by a talk back.