The Third Annual Midtown International Theatre Festival is an eclectic collection of new and classical plays, from works by Christopher Marlowe and Christopher Durang to plays about superheroes, one-person shows and several new musicals.
This year's line-up includes:
All the World's A Stage
Belles of the Mill
Buon Natale, Bruna
City of Dreams
The Durang Project
I Love Myself/Who Are the People in Your Neighborhood?
I Love New York - What's Your Excuse?
I Used to Play Tennis
More Bitch Than a Bitch
My Life in Trenches
Saints and Singing
Strangers Don't Drink Coffee
Will and the Ghost
Woman vs. Superman
There will also be a free reading series from July 10th - July 23rd. Performances will be held on Wednesday, July
10th, Monday, July 15th, Tuesday, July 23rd and Tuesday, July 30th. All readings will begin at 12 noon.
The most popular plays throughout the festival will be brought back for one more week as part of the Best of the Fest week of shows, July 29-August 4.
Prices are $15 all shows. Seniors/students $12. Festival passes $99. Seniors/students $80.
Visit the Midtown International Theatre Festival 2002 website: