New York City
New York Performance Works hosts the first annual Beach Party Festival, a celebration of world premieres by new and established playwrights, including Warren Leight (author of Side Man) and Jonathan Tolins (If Memory Serves, Twilight of the Golds).
One-Act Festival, July 17-22, Monday-Saturday at 8pm
Sandman by Marc Ardito, directed by Chris Messina
The thoughts, the fear, and the people that help you sleep…sort of.
Lenin’s Omelet by Rogelio Martinez, directed by David Elliot
One journalist discovers what a Cuban must do to make an omelet.
The Georges by Stuart Spencer, directed by Scott Williams
History is rewritten as we discover the true cause of the American Revolution.
The Mid-Wife by Jonathan Tolins, directed by Mark Roberts
Is it more fun to be married or single?
Daniel on Thursday by Garth Wingfield, directed by Christopher Gorman
Late Night Comedy Show, Thursday & Friday at 10:30pm
An evening of downtown comedy with Eric Kirchberger
Crazy Wabbit by Michel Karas, directed by Deborah LaCoy
Connecting in Jax by Jeff Reich, directed by Caitlin FitzGerald
The Miranda Monologues written and performed by Helayne Schiff
New solo material written and performed by Rozie Bacchi, directed by Merri Milwe
Pause by Charlotte Colavin, directed by Merri Milwe
The Princess of Babylon by Warren Leight, directed by Merri Milwe
A New Work written and performed by Jason Kordelos and Maria Fontana, directed by Merri Milwe
Cabaret Night, hosted by Jono Manelli