Flea Theater Announces 2018 Spring Lineup, Titled "Season of Womyn"
The season includes a new show by the Q Brothers Collective.
The Flea Theater has announced its 2018 spring season, titled by artistic director Niegel Smith and producing director Carol Ostrow as "The Season of Womyn."
"Each of our spring plays wrestles with what it means to be womyn taking the center of the story on their own terms, and in fantastic Flea fashion they are big, epic spectacles that will delight audiences with biting comedy, witty stagecraft and captivating stories," Smith said in a statement.
The season lineup is as follows: Fill Fill Fill Fill Fill Fill Fill by Steph Del Rosso, directed by Marina McClure in the Siggy Theater (January 22-February 25); Locked Up B*tches by Catya McMullen with music by Scott Klopfenstein, choreographed and directed by Michael Raine in the Siggy Theater (February 21-April 28); and Ms. Estrada by the Q Brothers Collective, directed by Michelle Tattenbaum in the Sam Theater (March 22-April 22).
Cereals @ The Flea, a series of plays for children produced by Isabelle Pierre and Ben Schrager in the Pete Theater, will take place March 17-May 20, while Serials @ The Flea, a series of late night shows produced by Matt Stango and Rachel Lin in the Siggy Theater, will run February 1-May 12. Flea Fridays, curated and directed by Niegel Smith in the Pete Theater, will take place January 26, April 13, and May 4.
Additional info about each production will be announced at later dates.