The 8th annual UNITED SOLO THEATRE FESTIVAL

 

September 14 – November 19, 2017

 

Theatre Row

410 West 42nd Street, New York City

 

 

UNITED SOLO THEATRE FESTIVAL™ is an annual international festival for solo performances held in New York City. Through a variety of one-person shows, the Festival explores and celebrates the uniqueness of the individual. By attending this one-of-a-kind, culturally unique event, our audiences can experience one-person performances from all over the world, better understand foreign cultures and traditions, see the perspecive of people in various walks of life, coming from different backgrouds, speaking different languages. Productions are selected from openly solicited submissions and presented at the highly acclaimed Theatre Row in the heart of the New York City theatre district on 42nd Street. Renowned solo performers as well as new talents bring their works in many categories (e.g. storytelling, puppetry, dance, multimedia, documentary, musical, improv, stand-up, poetry, magic, performance art, drama: tragedy or comedy). The artists benefit from being presented by United Solo, a company made up of artists and producers with vast experience in solo performance. Theatre companies are given the opportunity to reach out to the industry, generate income from ticket sales from up to eight performances at the Festival, and receive media attention through previews, profiles, and reviews. Shows are also considered for participation in the exclusive United Solo showcase in Europe, as well as for script publication and other honors at the Festival. More information about the application process can be found here.

 

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All shows are staged at Theatre Row: 410 West 42nd Street, New York City. TICKETS, with a price of $35 (plus a $2.25 Theatre Restoration Charge) are available at the Theatre Row Box Office and online through Telecharge at www.telecharge.com. You may also call Telecharge at 212-239-6200. When placing your reservation, please provide: the FESTIVAL name (United Solo Theatre Festival), the name of THEATRE (Theatre Row – The Studio Theatre), and the specific DAY and TIME of SHOW you would like to see.
 



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Written and Performed by Joshua EllisNew York

Thu 9/14 9:00pm

storytelling, performance art, 95 min.

Josh Ellis, the renowned Broadway press agent, tells personal, behind-the-scenes stories of his adventures working with theatrical legends including Lena Horne, Yul Brynner, Carol Channing, Ethel Merman, Eartha Kitt, Sandy Duncan, Stephen Sondheim, Katharine Hepburn, and producer-extraordinaire David Merrick. A young man gets a starry education in which he learns the tricks of the trade from theatre royalty. Director: Gretchen Cryer. Show image by Martha Swope. Recommended for: adults, elderly, theatre community, LGBTQ community, politicos, media-watchers, show business fans. Links: show, video, review (New York Post), related, related2.

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Written and Performed by Glynn BordersMichigan

Fri 9/15 7:30pm

tragedy, storytelling, 45 min.

A story about bullies, revenge, redemption and Chopin. “Thangs ain't always as they seem.” Show image by Glynn Borders. Recommended for: adults. Links: artist, related, related2.

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Written and Performed by Susanne MackGermany

Fri 9/15 9:00pm

storytelling, music, 70 min.

Reconciliation is set in a small town in postwar Germany and tells the story of a young girl's search for her absent father. Susanne Mack takes us on a musical journey and raises questions about a whole culture of secrecy that goes way beyond her own personal story. It takes compassion to understand our own secret lives and the answers that we are about to find out, are far from being all black and white. Director: Gretchen Cryer. Musical Director and Pianist: Tracy Stark. Accordionist: John Di Pinto. Show image by Albie Mitchell. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community. Links: review, related.

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Written and Performed by J. Shawn DurhamDistrict of Columbia

Sat 9/16 4:00pm

drama, comedy, storytelling, stand-up, improv, 90 min.

Meet four guys who are broke. Losers. Chumps. Ain’t hittin’ on shit. But are these men just broke or are they broken — and need “fixing” after past decisions haunt them? Film, song and theater come together in this raucous and revealing look inside the minds of four broke men, written and performed by J. Shawn Durham! Director: Tony Richard. Film Director : Jose Moris. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, theatre community, LGBTQ community, African American community, singles, couples, lovers, and everyday losers. Links: show, artist, video, related, related2.

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Written and Performed by Deborah LohseNew York

Sat 9/16 7:30pm

comedy, storytelling, dance, classic, 55 min.

TruDee—pink polyester-clad, mullet-sporting, middle-aged, divorced dancing storyteller—has cast herself as Juliet in Shakespeare’s famous tale of love and tragedy. But TruDee’s dream role is short-lived when Romeo fails to show up for the premiere. Will she find a way to keep the show and her search for true love from being cancelled? Show image by Stephanie Seguino. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community, LGBTQ community, dance, physical comedy, and clown communities. Links: artist, video, related.

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Written and Performed by Kaye WinksIllinois

Sat 9/16 9:00pm

comedy, 61 min.

Kaye Winks has been a token black for as long as she can remember. In this show, she shares her hilarious and often cringeworthy adventures in being that lone black person in a world of white. Director: Schoen Smith. Show image by Chris Popio. Recommended for: adults, theatre community. Link: artist.

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Performed by Antu YacobEthiopia

Sun 9/17 2:00pm

drama, comedy, storytelling, movement, performance art, 75 min.

It's hard to put Antu into words. It's even harder to put her in a box. Quirky, awkward, sometimes hot, sometimes lukewarm, this Ethiopian American woman, actor, daughter and mother explores her experience of being an outsider from deep within. Director: Celestine Rae. Lighting & Set Design: Matthew Fick. Executive Producer: TADIAS Magazine. Show image by Anthony Artis. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community, LGBTQ community, African American community, immigrants. Links: artist, related.

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Written and Performed by Abby StokesNew York

Sun 9/17 4:00pm

drama, comedy, storytelling, 75 min.

Abby’s birth is the result of her parents’ swinging through the 1960s with wild key parties, martinis, and Manhattans. Their frolics leave Abby with one burning question: Who is her biological father? Too many possibilities for Mom to be certain. Dad deflects the subject with biting humor. Today, can state-of-the-art DNA paternity testing finally provide her with answers? Director: Gretchen Cryer. Recommended for: adults, LGBTQ community. Links: show, artist, related.

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Performed by Bill Oberst Jr.California

Sun 9/17 6:00pm

drama, 50 min.

Emmy Award-winner Oberst (“Criminal Minds”) breathes Bradbury's 1948 text like grave dust. William Lantry is a literal dead man walking; the last corpse on a future Earth where superstition and burial are banned. This world knows no fear. Lantry will teach them! Winner: Hollywood Fringe Platinum Medal; Best Los Angeles Solo Show 2015. “Oberst is part zombie, part magician...” Playwright: Ray Bradbury. Director: Ezra Buzzington. Recommended for: sci-fi & horror fans. Links: show, artist, video.

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Performed by Rachel BrillNew York

Sun 9/17 7:30pm

drama, storytelling, 60 min.

An emotional journey through the passionate romance between a Jewish woman and a Palestinian man. The story navigates the delicate terrain of a couple in love, yet on opposite sides of a conflict larger than themselves. Forced to confront their lifelong beliefs, families, and religion, they question whether love is strong enough to conquer all. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community, LGBTQ community, Jewish community, Arab community. Links: show, artist.

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Written and Performed by Sid RossNew York

Mon 9/18 7:30pm

comedy, 60 min.

You can’t sleep. The towels in the hallway closet: uneven. Your hand: strangely elongated. A car could trample that bottle curbside, showering jagged glass shards everywhere – shouldn’t you call someone? One person's hysterical horror ride through the misfiring synapses of OCD. Directed by David Calvitto. Director: David Calvitto. Show image by Dahn Hiuni. Recommended for: teenagers, adults. Link: artist.

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Written and Performed by Tom FruehNew York

Mon 9/18 9:00pm

musical, 80 min.

Tom was a happy loner and confirmed bachelor—until he found his true love in Johan, a world-renowned ballet dancer. But when their 14-year relationship suddenly ends with Johan’s untimely death, the loss seems insurmountable. This musical tells the story of Tom’s search for an answer to whether it’s possible to truly survive the loss of one’s soulmate. Music Director & Accompanist: Chris Piro. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community, LGBTQ community. Links: show, artist, video.

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Written and Performed by David HarperCalifornia

Tue 9/19 7:30pm

drama, comedy, 60 min.

A tragicomedy that invites you to experience life, death, and all the scary stuff in between through the eyes of 12 people on the Metro Expo Line train. Come for the laughs. Stay for the tears. Leave with an annoying song stuck in your head. “A true theater artist and a virtuoso performance.” Director: Christopher Game. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community. Links: show, artist.

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Performed by Diana VarcoColorado

Tue 9/19 9:00pm

drama, comedy, 70 min.

After sexual assault shatters a young woman’s world, she must pick up the broken pieces of herself and put them back together again. Through narration and character development, this show whimsically takes us on the journey of one individual examining how her past has shaped her views on sex, sexuality, and relationships. A serio-comedy about self-awareness, frigidity and trauma recovery. Director: Jessica Lynn Johnson. Recommended for: adults, theatre community. Link: artist.

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Written and Performed by Asha Karimah RobinsonGeorgia

Wed 9/20 3:30pm

drama, storytelling, poetry, music, 60 min.

A choreopoem with a hip hop soundtrack driving its raw energy. Through storytelling, drama, music, and spoken word we take an honest look at a few women's perspectives on self identity, social justice, the music industry, therapy and ultimately the road to self discovery - realizing that each one is interconnected, through the ability to survive, flourish and be human. Musical Director and DJ: Dion Liverpool. Recommended for: adults, theatre community, LGBTQ community, African American community, women.

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Written and Performed by Steve BerglundMichigan

Wed 9/20 7:30pm

comedy, storytelling, 52 min.

How does a man know if he's achieved manhood? This hilarious and honest journey poses the questions and tries to answer them through storytelling and reliving personal experiences. Does a man really need to know how to build a fire without matches… or train a dog? This show shines a comic light on navigating the quest for manhood. Director: Jody Price. Sound Design: Allie Jackson. Voice Over: Anthony Jones. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community.

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Performed by Justin LemieuxTexas

Wed 9/20 9:00pm

storytelling, 70 min.

Were you the friend with the good snacks at your house, or the friend who stood awestruck before a pantry full of store-brand soda and chips? This journey through memory and friendship reminds us that the end of an era isn’t always how we imagine it. Director: Jake Nice. Recommended for: all audiences. Link: artist.

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Performed by Robin BadyNew York

Thu 9/21 7:30pm

storytelling, 55 min.

Robin is not afraid of the bogeyman; she knows it is Senator Joseph McCarthy who haunts her dreams. To name her fears and claim her truth, she reveals a deeply personal story of what happened when her father was accused of being a traitor and Communist spy. Director: Loren Niemi. Show image by Liora Coor. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community, LGBTQ community. Links: show, artist, video.

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Written and Performed by Doreen OliverNew Jersey

Thu 9/21 9:00pm

drama, comedy, storytelling, music, multi-media, 70 min.

Just when Doreen feels like she’s got this parenting thing down, her hair catches fire, her mother tells her she’s doing everything wrong, and her son is diagnosed with autism. Guided by an irrepressible crew of old-school matriarchs, Doreen does everything possible to “fix” her son — and starts to unravel when she realizes she can’t. (And there’s singing!) Director: Janeece Freeman Clark. Show image by Kali Fields Williams. Recommended for: adults, elderly, theatre community, African American community, autism/special needs community. Links: show, artist.

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Written and Performed by Rosie MoanIllinois

Fri 9/22 6:00pm

drama, comedy, storytelling, movement, 37 min.

Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Lizard-Worshipper: no matter how you were brought up, religion has affected us all. This show tells the true story of being a queer vegan in North Carolina who happened to be raised a little differently than everyone else. A mix of storytelling, song, characters, and dance makes this show a true “cult classic.” Director: Tiffani Swalley. Recommended for: adults, theatre community, LGBTQ community. Link: artist.

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Written and Performed by Brandon HoffmanFlorida

Fri 9/22 7:30pm

drama, comedy, performance art, 30 min.

Messed up or Misunderstood? Maybe both. Shia LaBeouf grew up in the spotlight, torn apart by everyone discrediting his distress. Having a father whose only valuable gift was pain. How would you cope? This is a show about finding yourself. Loving yourself and deciding that you are enough. It’s about connection and empathy. This is a show about honesty. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, theatre community.

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Performed by Tonya MeeksCalifornia

Fri 9/22 9:00pm

drama, storytelling, 90 min.

An invariably hilarious, heartbreaking, incurably addictive journey to destinations both known and undiscovered. Time bends during this nonstop flight through the unconditionally complex mother-and-child relationship. As the daughter becomes the mother, she must navigate away from the home she's never really left, towards one that might not even exist. Cameo Appearance: Sparrow Meeks. Recommended for: all audiences. Links: show, artist, video.

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Written and Performed by J.D. NewmanUtah

Sat 9/23 2:00pm

drama, 95 min.

On New Year’s Eve, 1908, The Wizard of Oz author L. Frank Baum announces to his audience that his theatrical production has been cancelled. Since the writer can’t give the audience a show, he gives them the story of how he transformed his fears and failures into the great American fairy tale. Show image by Jill Ribich. Recommended for: all audiences.

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Written and Performed by Courtney AbbiatiCalifornia

Sat 9/23 6:00pm

drama, comedy, storytelling, 55 min.

The story of a girl who did everything she was supposed to do and ended up exactly where she never wanted to be, freezing, behind a desk, at a job she hates. As Courtney desperately tries to not hate her current place in the world she brings to light everything that got her there. This a story of completely true stories. Director: Ryan Weiss. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community, LGBTQ community. Link: show.

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Written and Performed by Doreen OliverNew Jersey

Sat 9/23 4:00pm

drama, comedy, storytelling, music, multi-media, 70 min.

Just when Doreen feels like she’s got this parenting thing down, her hair catches fire, her mother tells her she’s doing everything wrong, and her son is diagnosed with autism. Guided by an irrepressible crew of old-school matriarchs, Doreen does everything possible to “fix” her son — and starts to unravel when she realizes she can’t. (And there’s singing!) Director: Janeece Freeman Clark. Show image by Kali Fields Williams. Recommended for: adults, elderly, theatre community, African American community, autism/special needs community. Links: show, artist.

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Written and Performed by Lena ArmstrongNew Mexico

Sat 9/23 7:30pm

drama, comedy, storytelling, dance, movement, 50 min.

After years of storing boxes upon boxes of treasures and memorabilia, it’s time for Lena to delve into her past. Is she prepared for what she may find? Ghosts and stories come to life, as she realizes she must dance or die. Perhaps she can gain new perspective and move from hoarding to minimizing and finally healing. May she dance! Show image by Dean Strober. Recommended for: adults, theatre community. Links: artist, video.

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Written and Performed by Dean Ghaffari California

Sat 9/23 9:00pm

drama, comedy, tragedy, 65 min.

Dean Ghaffari plays Sal Mineo, one of Hollywood's forgotten rebels. Dean takes the audience on Sal's journey through the Golden Age of Hollywood from working with the late Yul Brynner on Broadway in “The King And I” to eventually landing a role opposite James Dean in “Rebel Without A Cause,” which earned him an Oscar nomination. Mineo became an overnight sensation, at one point getting more fan mail than Elvis Presley. Subsequently, however, he saw his life unravel. The Hollywood that once welcomed him with open arms was no longer. So it goes; the bigger they are, the harder they fall. But through all his trials and tribulations, he followed his heart by doing what he loved. In essence, Sal Mineo was one of the most mysterious and misunderstood actors of his generation. Playwright: Dean Ghaffari. Recommended for: adults, elderly, theatre community, LGBTQ community. Links: artist, review, related.

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Written and Performed by Steven PalmerMontana

Sun 9/24 2:00pm

comedy, 95 min.

Comedy, social satire, a little surrealism and an inconvenient box. This story will resonate with anyone who feels they're an oddball, always out of step. What it was like to grow up a daydreamer, performer and artist on a ranch in Montana. No bales of hay required. Production Manager: Edward Mannix. Show image by Ryan Pfeiffer. Recommended for: all audiences. Link: video.

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Performed by Diane M BarnesCalifornia

Sun 9/24 4:00pm

drama, comedy, storytelling, 75 min.

Who are you when the “you” you know is gone? Who do you have the courage to become? Diane shares her journey of medical catastrophe and recovery, not as the physician she is, but as the single mom to a frightened teenage son. A spellbinding and funny look at love, family, and seemingly insurmountable obstacles. Director: Rebecca Fisher. Script Development Director: David Ford. Movement Coach: Jill Vice. Recommended for: all audiences. Links: show, artist, video.

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Performed by Shadley GreiIowa

Sun 9/24 7:30pm

drama, comedy, storytelling, 65 min.

The true story of a weird little boy who wanted to meet his father and finally did so as an adult. At a urinal. This family saga is a wild ride through forgiveness, heartbreak, humor, anger, hope and self-discovery. Oh, and double homicide. As the show reminds us, “Fiction needs nuance. Reality just wants to fuck with you.” Director: Brooke Butner. Producer: Sarah Mendelsohn. Show image by Gen Golightly. Recommended for: adults, theatre community, LGBTQ community. Links: artist, review.

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Written and Performed by Alexis Konig-JimenezSwitzerland

Mon 9/25 7:30pm

drama, musical, 45 min.

‘Jacques’ brings you into the tumultuous life of famous chansoniste Jacques Brel, who wrote classics such as ‘La Vie En Rose’ and ‘If You Go Away.’ Watch a disheveled Jacques as he performs the last moments of his final concert and comes to realizations that took a whole career to come to. Accompanist: Mason Griffin. Stage Manager: Carl Alvarez. Therese: Jessica Sanford. Recommended for: adults, theatre community. Link: video.

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Written and Performed by Megan MetrikinSouth Africa

Tue 9/26 9:00pm

storytelling, multi-media, performance art, 60 min.

A South African woman embarks on a journey to find Italian film director Federico Fellini, to escape the oppressive reality of the apartheid era. A poignant, powerful and comic adventure that takes us to Rome on a voyage of self-discovery and creativity through the cinematic world of Fellini and his vibrant, magical and moving imagery. Director: Guy De Lancey. Design: Guy de Lancey. Recommended for: all audiences. Links: show, artist, video.

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Written and Performed by Courtney AbbiatiCalifornia

Wed 9/27 3:30pm

drama, comedy, storytelling, 55 min.

The story of a girl who did everything she was supposed to do and ended up exactly where she never wanted to be, freezing, behind a desk, at a job she hates. As Courtney desperately tries to not hate her current place in the world she brings to light everything that got her there. This a story of completely true stories. Director: Ryan Weiss. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community, LGBTQ community. Link: show.

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Performed by Carol WeaklandOhio

Wed 9/27 7:30pm

drama, 58 min.

Dickens’ beloved tale focuses on a fairy, or guardian angel, who safeguards her charges on Christmas Eve. When Dot Perrybingle is accused of betraying her husband with a mysterious stranger, the cricket intercedes on her behalf. Will the cricket’s intervention be strong enough to save Dot’s marriage? What of the stranger? What haunted secrets will be revealed on Christmas morn? Playwright: Carol Weakland. Lights and Sound: Laura Peterson. Show image by Keith Alton. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, theatre community. Links: artist, video.

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Written and Performed by Michelle AzarCalifornia

Wed 9/27 9:00pm

drama, comedy, storytelling, movement, music, 65 min.

Peace is not a political event; it is a personal choice to conquer fear. This show explores a young girl's balancing act between her Middle Eastern heritage and her Jewish-American culture. Confronting her upbringing, she reveals a timely story of a family’s love, dysfunction and redemption set against the backdrop of Brooklyn in the 1920's and Iraq and Israel in the 1940's. Director: Brian Kite. Creative Consultant: Lauren Cohn. Sound Design: Daniel Tator. Recommended for: Jewish community, Middle Eastern community. Links: artist, video.

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Performed by Eric WaltonNew York

Thu 9/28 7:30pm

magic, 60 min.

A theatrical foray into the realms of parapsychology, metaphysics, and the paranormal, in which the award-winning and critically-acclaimed mentalist and showman Eric Walton reads minds, identifies hidden objects, and predicts future events. “Walton is the sharpest knife in the drawer!” – Gothamist.com. “A charming mountebank!” – Variety. “King of the underworld!” –The Stage (UK). Playwright: Eric Walton. Dramaturg: Michael Folie. Creative Consultant: Kent Axell. Projection Designer: Miyake Seo. Production Designer: Miyake Seo. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, theatre community, magicians, mentalists, variety entertainers, vegans. Links: , artist, video.

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Written and Performed by John CoxMichigan

Thu 9/28 9:00pm

drama, 80 min.

A young man in search of fortune and adventure lands a job on a commercial fishing boat in the middle of the Bering Sea. As he overcomes dire circumstances in this volatile and cut-throat environment, he becomes obsessed with the fortune he gains. It’s not until a near death experience that John begins to question whether the values he has embraced will ultimately bring him happiness. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community, LGBTQ community. Links: show, video, review.

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Written and Performed by Cynthia BurbageMaryland

Fri 9/29 7:30pm

drama, storytelling, poetry, classic, 45 min.

An autobiographical ride through the ages merging two voices and one bloodline. It is poetic and engaging. A compelling, dark and relatable story of how we are shaped by our family mythos. The family Burbage. The characters familiar and bigger than life. One girl from Maryland and one girl from England coalesce as they share their stories. Director: Dena Douglass. Recommended for: all audiences.

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Performed by Diane M BarnesCalifornia

Fri 9/29 9:00pm

drama, comedy, storytelling, 75 min.

Who are you when the “you” you know is gone? Who do you have the courage to become? Diane shares her journey of medical catastrophe and recovery, not as the physician she is, but as the single mom to a frightened teenage son. A spellbinding and funny look at love, family, and seemingly insurmountable obstacles. Director: Rebecca Fisher. Script Development Director: David Ford. Movement Coach: Jill Vice. Recommended for: all audiences. Links: show, artist, video.

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Written and Performed by Walker VreelandNew York

Sat 9/30 2:00pm

drama, comedy, tragedy, storytelling, music, musical, 80 min.

An actor gets a job on a cruise ship and winds up in a mental hospital. A tragicomic autobiographical monologue about one young man’s struggle with mental illness. It's about losing your mind while chasing your dreams, the relentless pursuit of healing, and how a cruise ship can push you over the edge. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community, LGBTQ community. Links: show, artist, video, facebook, twitter.

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Written and Performed by Glen WilliamsonNew York

Sat 9/30 4:00pm

drama, comedy, tragedy, storytelling, movement, classic, 100 min.

Award-winning, world-traveling actor and storyteller. (“Should he offer to tell you a story, just say yes.” –nytheatre.com.) Love, sex, murder, chaos and a devil out of his depths. An exhilarating romp through Goethe’s masterpiece about a man in pursuit of wealth, power, pleasure, fame... and “truth.” (Faust is alive and well in our time!) Can the devil satisfy him? Recommended for: all audiences. Links: show, artist, video, script, related, interview.

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Written and Performed by Anne TorsiglieriCalifornia

Sat 9/30 9:00pm

drama, comedy, musical, 85 min.

An intimate and oftentimes hilarious tale of one mother’s ride through AUTISM; a journey replete with tigers, train obsessions, and a healthy dose of sass. Broadway veteran Anne Torsiglieri combines her family’s personal story with verbatim interviews and a motley of striking new songs, exploring autism’s many joys, struggles, and complexities. Redefining happiness at every unexpected turn. Director: Risa Brainin. Composer: Brad Carroll. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community, LGBTQ community, autism community, parents. Link: show.

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Written and Performed by Megan MetrikinSouth Africa

Sun 10/1 2:00pm

storytelling, multi-media, performance art, 60 min.

A South African woman embarks on a journey to find Italian film director Federico Fellini, to escape the oppressive reality of the apartheid era. A poignant, powerful and comic adventure that takes us to Rome on a voyage of self-discovery and creativity through the cinematic world of Fellini and his vibrant, magical and moving imagery. Director: Guy De Lancey. Design: Guy de Lancey. Recommended for: all audiences. Links: show, artist, video.

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Written and Performed by Anne TorsiglieriCalifornia

Sun 10/1 4:00pm

drama, comedy, musical, 85 min.

An intimate and oftentimes hilarious tale of one mother’s ride through AUTISM; a journey replete with tigers, train obsessions, and a healthy dose of sass. Broadway veteran Anne Torsiglieri combines her family’s personal story with verbatim interviews and a motley of striking new songs, exploring autism’s many joys, struggles, and complexities. Redefining happiness at every unexpected turn. Director: Risa Brainin. Composer: Brad Carroll. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community, LGBTQ community, autism community, parents. Link: show.

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Written and Performed by Sherrie MartinWashington

Sun 10/1 6:00pm

comedy, 50 min.

What happens when an aging realtor does her best and everything still falls apart? Experience Sherrie's day as she overcomes obstacles, objections and outright sabotage. Hear her reveal the tips and traps of selling a house – in one day! And maybe, just maybe, it's your day to buy a house. Remember, signs don’t sell houses – realtors do. Or do they? Director: Brian Foley. Producer: Patrick Martin. Stage Manager: Mandy Varner. Co-Creator : Krin Haglund. Recommended for: all audiences. Links: show, artist, facebook, twitter, instagram.

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Written and Performed by Nancy MaCalifornia

Sun 10/1 7:30pm

drama, comedy, storytelling, music, multi-media, 70 min.

An immigrant Asian-American hustle. Follow Nancy as she goes from New York to new hope, from family to faith, from one love to the next, to find out where she belongs. This is an homage to the Toisanese Chinese community, to parents who give up so much for their children, and to anyone who lives the American struggle. Never stop dreaming! Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community, Asian American community, immigrants. Link: artist.

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Written and Performed by Pam LevinCalifornia

Mon 10/2 7:30pm

comedy, 60 min.

A heartfelt comedy about the uncertainties of becoming a parent, the FEAR of being a parent, and the reservations of why I didn’t just settle for a dog. The good, the bad and the ugly truth about what happens behind closed doors, and an honest perspective on the hardest job in the world… PARENTING! Producer: Brett Winn. Technician: Collin Mulligan. Recommended for: adults. Link: show.

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Written and Performed by Walker VreelandNew York

Mon 10/2 9:00pm

drama, comedy, tragedy, storytelling, music, musical, 80 min.

An actor gets a job on a cruise ship and winds up in a mental hospital. A tragicomic autobiographical monologue about one young man’s struggle with mental illness. It's about losing your mind while chasing your dreams, the relentless pursuit of healing, and how a cruise ship can push you over the edge. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community, LGBTQ community. Links: show, artist, video, facebook, twitter.

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Choreographed and Performed by YokkoJapan

Tue 10/3 7:30pm

drama, tragedy, storytelling, dance, movement, classic, 60 min.

The accursed spirit of Lady Macbeth invites the audience to experience her nightmare of stifled ambition, unfulfilled desire, and ultimate loss. Telling the story solely through her perspective, this production uses Butoh (a Japanese avant-garde dance form), movement and various texts to put you inside the mind and body of one of Shakespeare's most famous villains. Director: Brian Rhinehart. Playwright: Sean Michael Welch. Costume Design: Deepsikha Chatterjee. Lighting Design: Derek Van Heel. Sound Design: Daniel Pasquel. Movement Consultant: Jordan Rosin. Show image by Vanessa Teran. Recommended for: adults, elderly, theatre community, Japanese community, Butoh community. Links: show, artist.

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Written and Performed by Maggie McDonald CondonNew Jersey

Tue 10/3 9:00pm

comedy, 90 min.

A raucous comedy whodunit spoofing everything from Shakespeare to soap operas. Who killed small town bigwig Jack Blackwig? Is it sassy Shirley U. Canfelme from the Blackwig Beauty and Bait Shop? Norma Bates the jittery motel manager? Eleanor Pointitty Mason Dixon Potter Blackwig, the serial widow? Or is it one the other suspects, perhaps? Come meet the Dames to find out! Recommended for: all audiences. Link: show.

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Written and Performed by Larissa MartenNew Jersey

Wed 10/4 3:30pm

drama, comedy, multi-media, performance art, 85 min.

One woman unearths the moments that shaped her sexuality. Through awkward first encounters and regretful next mornings, she reveals her squandered relationship with her mother. She shares what she’s learned from the people she’s had sex with. And she remembers what her father told her, but didn’t tell her brother. Director: Leia Squillace. Composers: Grant Rossi & Sawyer Denton. Sound Design: Avery Bruni. Video Editor/Projection Design: Levin Kim. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, theatre community, LGBTQ community. Links: show, artist, video.

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Written and Performed by Nancy RappaportMassachusetts

Wed 10/4 7:30pm

drama, 55 min.

An uplifting and daring show about one woman’s journey through breast cancer, illuminating the jagged edge between serenity and fear, strength and vulnerability. After a routine breast exam, Dr. Barrett is catapulted from doctor to patient, where she confronts her mortality with tenderness and humor. In an unexpected twist, she finds courage at Mount Auburn Cemetery. Director: Grace Kiley. Show image by Rose Lincoln. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, medical providers, doctors, cancer survivors. Links: show, artist, video, related, related2.

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Written and Performed by Nancy RappaportMassachusetts

Thu 10/5 7:30pm

drama, 55 min.

An uplifting and daring show about one woman’s journey through breast cancer, illuminating the jagged edge between serenity and fear, strength and vulnerability. After a routine breast exam, Dr. Barrett is catapulted from doctor to patient, where she confronts her mortality with tenderness and humor. In an unexpected twist, she finds courage at Mount Auburn Cemetery. Director: Grace Kiley. Show image by Rose Lincoln. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, medical providers, doctors, cancer survivors. Links: show, artist, video, related, related2.

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Performed by Pamela ZiemannWashington

Fri 10/6 7:30pm

drama, comedy, storytelling, 55 min.

Farmer’s daughter enters a Dairy Princess contest while secretly wanting to be at an Alice Cooper concert. Hoping for romantic adventures, she moves to Indonesia. Returns to her Minnesota farm to find the land filled with genetically modified seed. Magically, a gnome shows up hinting at how she's been modified too. Her 50-year journey searching for and finding her true nature. Director: Brenda Adelman. Recommended for: all audiences. Links: artist, video, facebook.

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Performed by Chris O'MaraScotland

Sat 10/7 2:00pm

drama, tragedy, storytelling, 53 min.

Do you believe in Faeries? Award-winning writer/director Liam Rudden premieres a disturbing new supernatural thriller inspired by the legend, “The Faerie Boy of Leith.” Angel believes in faeries, but not the type that play at the end of your garden. The faeries he encountered are far more sinister... and have tortured him for the last 500 years. Director: Liam Rudden. Co-Producer: Bill Lyness. Recommended for: adults, theatre community, LGBTQ community. Links: show, artist, video.

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Written and Performed by Monica SalviItaly

Sat 10/7 4:00pm

storytelling, music, concert, 65 min.

Typecasting and a theatre career drove her to insanity. She exchanged stage wings for padded walls, glamorous costumes for a white nightgown, adoring audiences for a bunch of inmates. Yet, she will sing! A madwoman proudly recounts the roles and songs which made her who she is today, celebrating that fine line between creativity and madness. A semi-autobiographical cabaret set in a mental asylum. Director: Clare McKenna. Show image by Ian Mears Photography. Recommended for: adults, elderly, theatre community, LGBTQ community. Links: show, artist, video.

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Performed by Betsy MooreCalifornia

Sat 10/7 6:00pm

comedy, 40 min.

Betty, a recovered alcoholic everymom from middle America, packs up her life in preparation for an epic adventure to the red planet. Her memories, shared with unfiltered dry wit, will surprise and charm you. Recommended for: all audiences. Links: artist, video, video2.

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Performed by Karleigh ChaseFlorida

Sat 10/7 7:30pm

drama, comedy, 55 min.

Venture beyond the façade to peek inside the inner workings of the most famous paintings in history and the private thoughts of their iconic, real-life muses. Mona Lisa, Gala Dalí, Marilyn Monroe... Are these women really who we think they are? You won't read these stories in art history textbooks... Heartbreaking, politically current and laugh-out-loud funny! Director: Andi Matheny. Playwright: Karleigh Chase. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community, LGBTQ community, fine art enthusiasts. Links: show, artist.

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Written and Performed by Jozef ZebediahPennsylvania

Sun 10/8 2:00pm

drama, comedy, performance art, 85 min.

There are more souls striving for human form than there are wombs to carry them into fruition. A Holocaust survivor. A trans woman. A deaf mute. A lonely elder. A bullied boy. A Native shaman. And a spirit, too. Living moments… endlessly flowing from birth to death. Life depends on its very next breath. What will you do with yours? Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community, LGBTQ community. Links: facebook, video.

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Written and Performed by Danny RongoNew Jersey

Sun 10/8 4:00pm

musical, performance art, 87 min.

At a time when our world is struggling and needs to unite, this unique production helps us all come together through the spirituality that is “ONENESS.” Through a phone call placed to a long-time friend in need, we are led through this spirituality with empowering music and words. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community, LGBTQ community, spiritual people. Links: show, artist, video, related, related2.

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Performed by Bevin Bell-HallTennessee

Sun 10/8 6:00pm

comedy, storytelling, 40 min.

Your checklist when you turn 40: 1. Mammogram? Check. 2. Breast cancer? Check. .... Wait, what? Oh *%^$&#@(!@($&%*!!!!!! A woman's journey through a tough moment, involving some crying, some laughing, some people trying to help, others just driving you nuts… and fortunately with a happy ending. There is a moral somewhere in there... find it! Director: Kiara Pipino. Design & Dramaturg: Jason Flannery. Show image by Jason Flannery. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community, LGBTQ community, cancer survivors.

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Performed by Stephen HumpageScotland

Sun 10/8 7:30pm

drama, tragedy, storytelling, 54 min.

Sailor thrives in the bars, dives and flop-houses of the most squalid ports. Look, and you will see him. Sailor lives for robbery, imprisonment and expulsion. Be his victim. Sailor's virtues are simple: rent, theft, and betrayal. Join him. Winner of United Solo Best Emerging Actor Award 2016, Stephen Humpage reprises his role as Sailor in Liam Rudden's dark, challenging play. Director: Liam Rudden. Co-Producer : Bob Lyness. Recommended for: adults, theatre community, LGBTQ community. Links: show, artist, video.

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Written and Performed by Nancy RappaportMassachusetts

Mon 10/9 7:30pm

drama, 55 min.

An uplifting and daring show about one woman’s journey through breast cancer, illuminating the jagged edge between serenity and fear, strength and vulnerability. After a routine breast exam, Dr. Barrett is catapulted from doctor to patient, where she confronts her mortality with tenderness and humor. In an unexpected twist, she finds courage at Mount Auburn Cemetery. Director: Grace Kiley. Show image by Rose Lincoln. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, medical providers, doctors, cancer survivors. Links: show, artist, video, related, related2.

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Written and Performed by Sara FelliniNew York

Tue 10/10 7:30pm

drama, comedy, tragedy, movement, puppetry, 50 min.

The great Baroque painter Artemisia Gentileschi recounts her notorious rape and torture in order to reclaim her legacy and illuminate her brilliant life and art. She tells her story with wry wit and humor, offering an alternative and often-neglected perspective on art history and her intimate relationships with some of the world’s greatest artists. Director: Pat Diamond. Producer: Adam Belvo. Show image by Yvonne Alloway Photography Inc. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community, art historians, Italian historians. Links: show, artist.

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Performed by Adam BelvoSaudi Arabia

Tue 10/10 9:00pm

drama, comedy, tragedy, movement, puppetry, classic, 75 min.

The great Baroque painter Caravaggio confesses his hideous sins to an imagined or ethereal priest after his own brutal and untimely death, possibly searching for forgiveness. But his swagger and violent personality leave us to question whether he truly wants his sins washed away, or whether he would rather justify his actions in the eyes of God and man. Director: Pat Diamond. Playwright: Sara Fellini. Show image by Yvonne Alloway Photography Inc. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community, art historians, Italian historians. Links: show, artist.

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Performed by Natalie BlackmanUtah

Wed 10/11 3:30pm

storytelling, 85 min.

When Natalie’s dad suffered a psychotic break, he thought he was Jesus, and that demons told him to kill himself. Natalie feared that talking about it would stigmatize him. It did. She talked anyway. It may have saved his life. This is the story of her family’s journey through our fractured mental health system. Running time includes a post-show discussion. Director: Aaron Sparks. Creative Advisor: Duane Boutte. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community, LGBTQ community, mental healthcare providers and consumers. Links: show, artist.

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Performed by Andrea GoldmanMissouri

Wed 10/11 7:30pm

drama, comedy, storytelling, movement, performance art, 50 min.

A shocking crime story or a hilariously serious analysis of our values and ideologies? Up from Union, Missouri comes a woman on a mission to heal the nation, society, and faith in justice. Alexis James knows what she’s talking about. She has been exploited, humiliated and screwed over for a long time — now she insists on payback. Playwright: Marcel Luxinger. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, theatre community, LGBTQ community, liberals. Links: show, artist.

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Performed by Guerassim DichlievBulgaria

Thu 10/12 7:30pm

drama, comedy, storytelling, movement, performance art, 55 min.

A mime in quest for his soul beyond Bulgaria. Our search for identity and common creation. Crossing borders and challenges, finding laugh in the human drama, making art for survival. Everyone’s search for self and soul encapsulated in a comic drama. Guerassim leaves Bulgaria to display his art in Paris. A successful journey to find himself in art and others. Director: Costantino Raimondi. Recommended for: Eastern European community, refugees. Links: show, video, related.

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Performed by Sheila JamesCalifornia

Fri 10/13 7:30pm

storytelling, 60 min.

Member of an Italian clan, badass mother of a disabled son, third-time-not-a-charm-(ex)wife, sublime, sometimes reluctant, giver of care and presents. All wrapped in the diet-wrecked body of a recovering born-again Christian. Audacious and irreverent stories plucked from over six decades. Told by Sheila with keen-eyed fervor and compassion. Companion piece to her 2014 solo play, “This Being Human.” Director: Wendy Hammers. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, disabled community. Link: show.

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Written and Performed by Jacob StormsNew York

Sat 10/14 2:00pm

drama, comedy, tragedy, storytelling, 90 min.

Just how did the young poet Thomas Lanier Williams III go on to create some of the most challenging and beloved plays of all time? “Tennessee Rising” gives you an unprecedented look into the early years of Tom Williams as he becomes the legendary Tennessee Williams! Show image by Robert W. Richards. Recommended for: adults, elderly, theatre community, LGBTQ community.

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Written and Performed by Gloria RosenNew York

Sat 10/14 4:00pm

storytelling, 90 min.

Deaf parents, a hearing child, and the daring, funny, eye-opening tale of finding her voice. “Fantastic storyteller whose personality shines throughout the captivating execution.” – Lawson/eljnyc.com. “Enlightening while entertaining. Bringing diverse communities together in understanding” –Miller/DCMetro. “You cannot walk away from this show and not be touched by this woman’s amazing family tale. Powerful and universal” –NYCTalking. Best Autobiographical Script at United Solo 2016! October 14th performance ASL interpreted. Director: Suzzane Bachner. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community, LGBTQ community, Jewish community, CODAs, Deaf, anti-sexual abuse community. Link: show.

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Performed by Anna RockNew York

Sat 10/14 6:00pm

drama, 20 min.

Who are the Trump supporters in middle America? This play attempts to break the New York City echo chamber and shed light on those we may not understand. Adapted from Sean Dunne's documentary of the same name. Director: Sean Pollock. Playwright: Sean Pollock. Show image by Rebecca Aparicio. Recommended for: all audiences. Links: artist, video, review.

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Written and Performed by Todd CerverisNew York

Sat 10/14 7:30pm

comedy, storytelling, 38 min.

One man’s attempt to navigate his existential crisis with a handheld word game. Therapy in seven-letter turns. On the subway. With a Palm Pilot. If Freud played Scrabble on the D train with Woody Allen... it would probably sound something like this. Director: Adam Natale. Composer: Freddy Hall. Recommended for: Scrabble addicts, people who ride the D train. Links: show, video.

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Performed by Herb NewsomeCalifornia

Sun 10/15 2:00pm

drama, comedy, storytelling, dance, movement, music, multi-media, 60 min.

A multimedia show that tells the story of the early days of Hip Hop and beyond, through a live performance of the four elements: DJing, Emceeing, B-Boying and Graffiti Art. Explore the history behind the music set in the Bronx, NY, where urban decay and gang culture inspired a people to create their own form of expression. Recommended for: all audiences, children, teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community, LGBTQ community, African American community, Hispanic community. Links: show, artist.

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Written and Performed by Jeremy ZenorNew Hampshire

Sun 10/15 4:00pm

storytelling, music, 69 min.

We are not saved from the struggles of our life; we are saved by them. Abandoning a Father's faith. Navigating romance. The dawn of the post 9-11 era. These stories and music strike a universal chord. Animated characters and honest, introspective songs take you through one man's journey. A trip that is as entertaining as it is thoughtful. Director: Cary Farrow IV Jeremy Zenor. Recommended for: adults. Link: video.

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Performed by Claire Anniken TyersNew York

Mon 10/16 7:30pm

drama, comedy, storytelling, classic, performance art, 60 min.

An adaptation of “The Taming of the Shrew” that explores female identity in today’s world. For a woman, from the moment you are born, the forces around you are on a mission to tame you, to teach you your place. This was true in Shakespeare’s time and unfortunately is still true today. A woman embodies these forces and takes us, using Kate’s story, through the journey every woman undergoes. Sisters fight, Men make deals, Fathers lay down the law, but KATE… come hear her play! Director: Noa Egozi. Show image by Rex Lott. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community, LGBTQ community. Links: show, artist.

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Written and Performed by Gargi MukherjeeNew Jersey

Tue 10/17 7:30pm

drama, storytelling, performance art, 50 min.

A much disrespected wife in 1914 Kolkata, India writes a farewell letter to her husband. Based on a story by Rabindranath Tagore, this play renders in heartbreaking detail the pathological patriarchy that pervaded the culture of its day, and reminds audiences of misogyny in contemporary US culture. Director: Gargi Mukherjee. Original Story: Rabindranath Tagore. Production Design: Golam Sarwar Harun. Composer, Courtesy: Samir Chatterjee, Chhandayan. Producer: Epic Actors' Workshop. Show image by Mousumi Duttaroy. Recommended for: all audiences. Links: artist, video.

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Performed by Andrew MatthewsNew York

Wed 10/18 3:30pm

drama, comedy, storytelling, 55 min.

A show that recreates a visit to the Kips Bay group in New York City in 1950 where Bill tells the “bedtime story” — his recovery from alcoholism that began the recovery movement still in existence today. Turn back the clock and see how it all began, from the cofounder of Alcoholics Anonymous. Director: Andrew Matthews. Meeting Leader: Joe Watts. Recommended for: all audiences. Links: show, artist.

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Written and Performed by JoAnn WilletteCalifornia

Thu 10/19 9:00pm

drama, comedy, tragedy, storytelling, 70 min.

Raised in a Maine Italian restaurant in a large family by an agoraphobic WWll marine dad and a narcoleptic mom, Jo travels to LA, where she accidentally becomes a child TV star. “The voice work is extraordinary, the physicality is wonderful and the emotional journey is staggering. What amazing range JoAnn Willette has.” – Director Jon Turtletaub Director: Wendy Hammers. Recommended for: adults, theatre community. Links: show, artist.

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Written and Performed by Tim CamposIllinois

Fri 10/20 7:30pm

comedy, storytelling, 58 min.

After he takes a job with Ford Motor Company to recoup his finances and to move out of his sister’s house, Campos’s “one year and done” promise to himself turns into nearly a decade when he reaps the benefits of a steady paycheck and a job where he can manipulate the system. All the while, he tries to find the perfect escape from factory life. Director: Antoine McKay. Show image by Juan Fernandez. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, theatre community. Links: show, video, related, related2, related3.

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Written and Performed by James ShermanIllinois

Sat 10/21 2:00pm

drama, 90 min.

Ben Hecht achieved great fame as a playwright (The Front Page, The Twentieth Century) and screenwriter (Nothing Sacred, Wuthering Heights, Gone With the Wind). Relating excerpts from his memoirs, Hecht describes his own upbringing as an assimilated American Jew and his activities in support of European Jewry and the creation of Israel. Director: Dennis Zacek. Recommended for: adults, theatre community, Jewish community. Links: show, artist, video.

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Performed by Greg GiannascoliNew Jersey

Sat 10/21 4:00pm

music, concert, 60 min.

Greg Giannascoli, one of the great marimba virtuosi of our time, performs the music of Gershwin, Bernstein and more; including “Rhapsody in Blue,” “American in Paris,” “West Side Story,” & “I Got Rhythm.” Greg is joined by pianist Ron Stabinsky in a powerful and exciting performance. Greg has won multiple competitions, toured the world performing, and teaches marimba at the Juilliard Pre-college. Piano: Ron Stabinsky. Recommended for: all audiences. Link: video.

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Performed by William RiedmannNebraska

Sat 10/21 7:30pm

drama, 50 min.

It's 1979 in America’s heartland and a 13-year-old boy is taken. Although released unharmed within hours, it takes a lifetime for the memory to fully reveal itself. From Nebraska to Hawaii, Warsaw, Poland and back again, this is a journey of Survival, Darkness, and eventual Triumph. Director: Debra De Liso. Recommended for: adults, those affected by trauma. Links: show, artist.

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Written and Performed by Stephanie SatieCalifornia

Sun 10/22 2:00pm

drama, comedy, tragedy, storytelling, dance, movement, performance art, 65 min.

A portrait gallery of women whose lives have been transformed, first by extraordinary events in their country of birth, then by their response to America. Moving, timely. “…conveys the universal longing to break out of repression… leaves an indelible impression.” – The Tolucan Times. “Nine fascinating women, each character so distinctive you forget it’s the same actor.” – The Loyolan (USC). Director: Anita Khanzadian. Stage Manager: Rick Friesen. Show image by Rick Friesen. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community, LGBTQ community, refugees, immigrants and children of immigrants, newcomers to America. Links: show, video.

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Written and Performed by Angeliki GiannakopoulosCalifornia

Sun 10/22 4:00pm

drama, storytelling, 70 min.

In the late 1960’s, Nick leaves Greece, a wife, and three kids to immigrate to America. We follow him through childhood, poverty, WWII, getting married, and sacrificing his life in search for the “trees that grow dollars on them,” showing us that leaving your family and your motherland has its cost. Written & performed by his daughter. Recommended for: all audiences. Links: video, facebook, twitter.

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Written and Performed by Dana Scott GallowayDistrict of Columbia

Sun 10/22 6:00pm

drama, comedy, storytelling, 45 min.

Gloryland, Texas! Home to pseudo cowboys, crybaby coaches, and two lovers of Mozart. Where football is king, and boys who play Bach instead of ball are not. An epic tale told in verse about friendship and the gift of being different. “Galloway’s strength is in his telling… charming, witty, entertaining… spins his yarn with the the best tall tale tellers.” Producer: Roger D. Sanders. Show image by Stephen St. John. Recommended for: all audiences.

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Written and Performed by Steven CapassoCalifornia

Tue 10/24 7:30pm

drama, tragedy, 60 min.

Tragedy can drive a man toward vengeance or forgiveness. It can also be a gift. It's 1980. Wise guy Joey Cumba, tormented by his son’s death, wants revenge. Will he listen to his grandfather’s words of wisdom? Will a chance meeting with John Gotti change his mind? Or will he follow the code of La Cosa Nostra? Director: Bonnie Ronzio. Show image by Davis Banta. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community. Link: video.

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Performed by Ana González BelloMexico

Tue 10/24 9:00pm

drama, comedy, 70 min.

5 minutes 18 seconds to The End of the World. The fate of mankind lays in the hands of a small, insufferable, foul-mouthed, feisty 5’3 Mexican teen with an attitude. Problem is she may not want to save it. An uproarious, spunky play about the powerless daughter of a powerful superhero; about good, evil, and all the shades in between. Director: Paula Zelaya Cervantes . Playwrights: Paula Zelaya Cervantes and Ana González Bello. Lighting Design: Matías Gorlero. Costume Design: Aldo Vázquez. Original Music & Sound Design: Manuel Aguirre. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, theatre, Latino community. Link: show.

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Written and Performed by Patrice FrancoisNew York

Wed 10/25 3:30pm

comedy, storytelling, drama, improv, 45 min.

Frustrated and going barren! At this point, I have no standards. Men, pretend married proposals will do. Women, I might try to steal your husbands, so hold onto them tight. Story of a 30-plus year old, who has it all together… but still single. Co-Directors: Khayree Jannah & Anjelique Da Costa. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community, LGBTQ Community, everyone over age 18.

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Written and Performed by David GodbeyKentucky

Wed 10/25 7:30pm

drama, comedy, 50 min.

Growing up in Kentucky’s Bible Belt, he realized something was different at 15. No, he’s not gay — he’s a Buddhist! Working at an NYC nonprofit, can he navigate electric yoga teachers, surly Lamas, and the almighty in the form of Al Pacino? Come see if he finds God in this hilarious and touching memoir. Director: Peter Michael Marino. Writing Consultant/Acting Coach: Christine Renee Miller. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, theatre community. Links: show, artist.

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Written and Performed by John FisherCalifornia

Wed 10/25 9:00pm

comedy, storytelling, 70 min.

John Fisher brings you World War II from the Allied invasion of Normandy to the Fall of Berlin. He also provides useful information about the best books on the subject, the cutest generals, and the hottest actors who played them in the movies. Director: Jack Latham. Recommended for: adults, theatre community, LGBTQ community. Link: artist.

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Performed by Pratik MotwaniIndia

Thu 10/26 7:30pm

drama, storytelling, movement, poetry, puppetry, 50 min.

A man’s incredible sea voyage. A physical and spiritual journey through his encounters with the Sea towards the discovery of himself and his truth. After he battles gear-failures, knockdowns, hunger, fatigue and loneliness, a violent storm shatters his boat, leaving him adrift in the vastness of the Pacific. When all is lost, his voyage takes on a mythical dimension. Co-Creators: Pratik Motwani & James Hildebrandt. Show image by Terrence Mcnally. Recommended for: East Indian community. Links: show, video, photos.

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Written and Performed by Elise ArndtNew York

Fri 10/27 9:00pm

musical, 70 min.

Bibi Osterwald, my grandmother, was a gifted performer whose career spanned 60 years on Broadway and in television and movies. We follow her Broadway career, highlighting music from its Golden Age, and the remarkably similar artistic journey of her granddaughter — their experiences in theater in New York City generations apart. Recommended for: all audiences.

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Written and Performed by Kevin A. KingNew York

Sat 10/28 2:00pm

drama, 70 min.

An incredible set of circumstances leads to co-parenting, cookies, and walks in the park — except managing outsized personalities and the demands of city life make it anything but. When one man suddenly finds himself single again after a whirlwind of fatherhood, he struggles to understand his relationship to the universe and life without his son. Recommended for: adults, theatre community, LGBTQ community.

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Performed by Rahmell PeeblesConnecticut

Sat 10/28 4:00pm

drama, comedy, storytelling, improv, poetry, 105 min.

A man trapped in solitary confinement, sentenced to 450 years, suddenly finds himself in purgatory pleading his case. He exposes the flaws in the American system while spilling the most personal truths of his high school experience. Warning for the audience: If you dare come out to face this devil America produced, you will leave having seen only the god within yourself. Show image by M. Scott Johnson. Recommended for: all audiences. Link: show.

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Performed by Steve ScottEngland

Sun 10/29 2:00pm

drama, comedy, tragedy, storytelling, 70 min.

“Exhilarating” – Washington Post. Nixon Trumps New York. Ghosts and paranoia fuel the alcoholic reflections of a fallen and discredited US President. A searing interrogation of the Nixon mystique and an audacious depiction of unchecked paranoia. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community. Links: show, review (The Washington Post), review2, review3.

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Performed by Joey FolsomTexas

Sun 10/29 4:00pm

drama, comedy, tragedy, stand-up, 70 min.

Bruce tells his side of the story from his graveside. With hilarity, indignation and awe, Lenny expounds on his childhood, his relationship with his mother, the love of his life, regrets, frustrations and his anger at the system that destroyed him. Director: Nathan Autrey. Co-Playwrights: Sam Bobrick & Julie Stein. Show image by Jeff Nicholson. Recommended for: adults. Links: related, related2.

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Performed by Sacha EliePennsylvania

Sun 10/29 6:00pm

drama, comedy, 35 min.

Ever wonder what your favorite characters would say about you? A solo reverie of a young African-American actress as she navigates her identity through iconic African-American characters and entertainers in Black history. Director: Jayongela Wilder . Dramaturg: Patrick Hurley . Show image by Jo Grandoit. Recommended for: children, teenagers, adults, theatre community, women, African American community, Haitian community. Links: artist, video, facebook.

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Performed by Rebecca PeytonEngland

Mon 10/30 7:30pm

drama, comedy, tragedy, storytelling, 75 min.

The murder of her sister, BBC journalist Kate Peyton, flipped Rebecca’s world inside out. Calmly yet hilariously crashing through social niceties, this is a story about racism, freedom of the press, and leaving the house looking like you’ve been dressed by somebody who hates you — among other fun things. “No one tells a story like Rebecca” – Chris Addison (Director, “Veep”). Director: Martin M Bartelt. Co-Playwrights: Rebecca Peyton & Martin M Bartelt. Show image by Martin M Bartelt. Recommended for: children from 10 years upwards, teenagers, adults. Links: show, artist, video, related, related2, related3.

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Performed by Ella NepomniashchaiaRussia

Tue 10/31 7:30pm

drama, comedy, 68 min.

A woman waits for a phone call. Finally she hears it ringing... answers... but it rings again. Is the phone playing hide-and-seek with her, or is her consciousness moving back and forth through time? Somewhere, there is an exit to the infinite space of love... Director: Roman Anushin. Show image by Catherine Pozhilkina. Recommended for: all audiences. Links: show, artist, video, facebook, instagram.

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Performed by Randi Simon LupoNew Jersey

Wed 11/1 3:30pm

storytelling, 55 min.

A fresh, upbeat and totally unique look at what it took for one woman to follow her dreams, and the many obstacles she encountered along the way. The journey begins with the courage to look deep within and confront the truth, and ends with the ability to realize how absurd and comical things can really be. Producer: Patrick M. Mirucki. Show image by Patrick M. Mirucki. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community, LGBTQ community. Links: show, artist, video.

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Performed by Eva PetricSlovenia

Thu 11/2 7:30pm

dance, movement, poetry, music, multi-media, performance art, 26 min.

Eden did not begin or end with Eva. Eva, appearing in every human, is on a search for a new home for mankind after prospects for a future on Earth are shattered. Intertwined with video projection within a lace installation, this performance frames Eva as the first case of human organ transplantation. And it exports the idea of Mitochondrial Eva into outer space. Director: Eva Petric. Composer: Eva Petric in cooperation with Matija Strnisa. Male Voice: Oliver Zehetner. Show image by Eva Petric. Recommended for: all audiences. Link: show.

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Performed by Skye WanseyAustralia

Fri 11/3 7:30pm

drama, comedy, 30 min.

Cathy is a 50-year-old junkie in decline. But that's not how she sees it. As far as Cathy is concerned, she's just an actress, cast as a junkie in a film, fully embodying her character for maximum authenticity. A bold and unwavering reframing of reality – as hilarious as it is tragic. Director: Chris Aronsten. Playwright: Chris Aronsten. Show image by Kathy Luu. Recommended for: adults, theatre community, LGBTQ community, recovering addicts. Links: show, artist.

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Written and Performed by Abby StokesNew York

Sat 11/4 2:00pm

drama, comedy, storytelling, 75 min.

Abby’s birth is the result of her parents’ swinging through the 1960s with wild key parties, martinis, and Manhattans. Their frolics leave Abby with one burning question: Who is her biological father? Too many possibilities for Mom to be certain. Dad deflects the subject with biting humor. Today, can state-of-the-art DNA paternity testing finally provide her with answers? Director: Gretchen Cryer. Recommended for: adults, LGBTQ community. Links: show, artist, related.

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Written and Performed by Kate DimblebyEngland

Sat 11/4 4:00pm

drama, storytelling, improv, music, multi-media, 75 min.

If you had a song, what would it be? Laugh, cry and sing along as the daughter of Britain’s great broadcasting family weaves powerful, soulful a cappella original songs with her stories of singing with Bobby McFerrin, stepping out of Peggy Lee’s shadow, and listening to find the song in everyone. Director: Katy Carmichael. Show image by James Sellers. Recommended for: all audiences. Links: show, artist, video, related.

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Written and Performed by Rick ApicellaNew York

Sat 11/4 6:00pm

drama, comedy, 45 min.

When boxing trainer Andrew Sorrocco was 14 years old, his father died after losing a bout for the middleweight championship of the world. Twenty years later, a mysterious young man who refuses to speak enters Andrew’s gym with no formal training but the God-given ability to become the champion his father never became. But at what cost? Recommended for: all audiences.

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Performed by Angus ChisholmScotland

Sat 11/4 7:30pm

drama, storytelling, 57 min.

Doddy's lost; radicalized by US bombs falling too close to home. A trade war between the US and Europe escalates; political pollution, consumer excess, desolation, pills and pints pervade. When hope is a cryptic slogan and every move is caught on CCTV, how does anyone find sanctuary amidst the slums? A darkly comic, gritty, urban-poetic in a lilting Scottish dialect. Director: Alex Crampton. Playwright: Ronan O'Donnell. Show image by Camilla Greenwell. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, theatre community, minorities. Links: show, artist, video, review.

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Written and Performed by Christina AugelloCalifornia

Sun 11/5 2:00pm

storytelling, 65 min.

One woman, three continents, six decades, and a lusty affair: from Mumbai to the Outback, New York to the Haight, and naive schoolgirl to free spirit, Christina reveals all in this one-woman “talk story.” Join her as she relives the highlights and laughs at the mistakes. “Six decades of adventure, discovery, and denial in one charming hour”—THEATRE IS EASY Co-Playwright: John Caldon. Director: Ryan Marchand. Lighting Design: Curtis Overacre. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community, LGBTQ community. Links: show, video, review.

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Performed by Pooya MohseniIran

Sun 11/5 4:00pm

drama, storytelling, movement, multi-media, 70 min.

We are virgins or whores, good or bad, cis or trans. If you're good you have to dress like it, act like it, and you better not swear or have sex! If you're bad, then you deserve every bad thing that happens to you! Choosing which kind of woman to be is the precarious path women walk before seeing we are all One Woman. Director: Joan Kane. Playwright: Cecilia Copeland. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community, LGBTQ community, Middle Eastern community. Links: show, related.

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Written and Performed by Nataša WaraschAustria

Mon 11/6 7:30pm

comedy, storytelling, stand-up, 60 min.

Inspired by the sitcom “The Golden Girls,” Nataša packs her bags and naively embarks on a journey from the Austrian countryside to America. Dreaming of making it in show business, she is exploited in Los Angeles and becomes homeless in Washington Heights, before making a decision that alters her life. Director: Joe Paradise. Creative Director: Carmen Nikae. Andy Evan Cohen: Composer. Producer: Nataša Warasch. Show image by Lauren Toub. Recommended for: adults, elderly, theatre community, LGBTQ community. Links: show, artist.

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Written and Performed by Simeon TaoleCanada

Tue 11/7 9:00pm

drama, comedy, storytelling, music, 87 min.

A young boy in South Africa longs to reunite with his childhood sweetheart in Canada before the space between them separates them forever. Inspired by actual events, the story takes place against the historical backdrop of apartheid. A story of unrelenting hope and the innocence of young love. 2016 Best Performer at Atlantic Fringe Festival. Director: Simeon Taole. Stage Manager: Heather Bellingham. Composer: Simeon Taole. Show image by Evaan Kheraj. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community. Links: show, artist, related, related2, related3.

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Written and Performed by Rosemary CiprianoNew York

Wed 11/8 7:30pm

comedy, storytelling, stand-up, improv, 60 min.

She doesn’t leave her apartment without three things: her wallet, her keys, and her inhaler. Cipriano explores the meaning of life, liberty, and the pursuit of sugar daddies. It’s a classic story of boys-meet-girl with no second date in sight. Director: Nicole Cusick. Lighting Design: Tyler Dubuc. Creative Director: Emily Zabaleta. Show image by Emily Zabaleta. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community, LGBTQ community. Links: artist, video, facebook, twitter.

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Performed by Christina MarouchouCyprus

Thu 11/9 7:30pm

drama, tragedy, storytelling, 55 min.

You know their name, but not their story. Caterina Cornaro is no exception. Experience medieval Cypriot history through the eyes of one of its most enigmatic personalities, who slacklined between the worlds of mortals and the gods, glory and obscurity, Cyprus and Venice, machinations and morality, life and death. Director: Andreas Araouzos. Writer: Anthie Zachariadou. Show image by Andreas Araouzos. Recommended for: theatre community. Links: show, artist, video, related, related2.

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Performed by Lyall BrooksAustralia

Fri 11/10 7:30pm

drama, 50 min.

A well-groomed, confident-looking man enters the room. A bright light shines on him. There’s water and a glass on a table. Perhaps this is an investigation. What has he done wrong? Exploring the rise of conservative politics worldwide, this dark comedic political thriller asks what it means to be right... in more ways than one. Playwright: Katy Warner. Director: Katy Warner. Producer: Adam Fawcett. Show image by Pier Carthew. Recommended for: adults, theatre community. Links: show, artist, video, review, review2.

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Written and Performed by Mateusz NowakPoland

Sat 11/11 4:00pm

drama, 55 min.

18th-century Poland just before its fall. A macabre world of fools, directed by the king and Czarina Catherine II. A satire of politicians, clergy, army, heavy drinking, laziness, recklessness, love of empty slogans and gestures, sanctimony, and political vexation. All of society is responsible for the Partitions of Poland. Director: Stanisław Miedziewski. Costume Designer: Magdalena Franczak. Show image by Bartek Żurawski. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community, LGBTQ community, Polish and Eastern European community. Links: artist, video.

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Written and Performed by Andrew DawsonEngland

Sat 11/11 6:00pm

drama, comedy, dance, movement, music, 30 min.

Condensing Wagner’s Opera “The Ring Cycle” into 30 minutes with only a table for a stage. Be amazed as you experience the vast river Rhine, the Castle of the Gods and the winged horse of the Valkyrie. Dawson single-handedly embodies the spirit of “The Ring,” making the opera accessible through skillful physicality. Recommended for: all audiences. Links: show, artist, video.

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Written and Performed by Eric-Dominique PerezNew York

Sat 11/11 7:30pm

storytelling, 60 min.

On his way to a ceremony during which a street in Spanish Harlem is being renamed Young Lords Way, a former Young Lord reminisces how he and a group of young Latino revolutionaries collectively changed social justice in Latino-American communities during the Civil Rights era. Director: A.B. Lugo. Assistant Director: Billy Martin Mejia. Stage Manager: Jason Negron. Staff: Jorge Valentin. Recommended for: all audiences. Link: artist.

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Performed by Jen FellmanPennsylvania

Sun 11/12 2:00pm

musical, 70 min.

Experience Paris as never before! In this unique one-woman musical, Jen transforms from an American tourist to a genuine Parisian—exploring differences between French and American cultures, sharing personal adventures, triumphs and heartache from her life in Paris. With the music of Cole Porter, George Gershwin, Josephine Baker, Michel Legrand, Edith Piaf, and more! Broadway meets the music of Les Grands Boulevards! Director: John-Richard Thompson. Music Director/Arranger/Pianist: Bob Goldstone. Recommended for: children, teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community, LGBTQ community. Link: artist.

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Written and Performed by Hope SalasNew York

Mon 11/13 7:30pm

drama, storytelling, dance, movement, 60 min.

Three remarkable women: Rose, a prostitute in the 1950s; Alice, a wife and mother; and Hope, the narrator and connector of these unlikely heroines. Hope Salas delivers an unapologetic portrayal of women who survived the unthinkable and thrived, each creating a pathway for the other. Allison Plamondon’s precise and evocative direction/choreography creates raw intimacy grounded in poetic storytelling. Director: Allison Plamondon. Stage Manager: Patricia Garvey. Show image by Jordan Matter. Recommended for: adults, theatre community, women. Links: show, video.

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Written and Performed by Joyful RavenCalifornia

Tue 11/14 7:30pm

drama, comedy, storytelling, stand-up, 60 min.

A raucous comedy about a lusty tomboy, equipped with bad boundaries from her hippie upbringing, looking for empowerment in all the wrong places. Blending standup and storytelling, Raven recounts hilarious moments from her treacherous path towards sexual liberation. Let’s just say the generation after the “sexual revolution” is a little confused. Dark comedy with deep heart. Director: Jael Weisman. Creative Collaborator: Micaela Cirimeli. Show image by Sojin Han. Recommended for: adults, theatre community, LGBTQ community. Links: show, related, related2.

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Performed by Elizabeth KotiteNew York

Wed 11/15 3:30pm

drama, comedy, 12 min.

For Elizabeth television has always been there.It brought her closer to friends and family. However, has it stopped her from truly living? Find out when she tells her story of how a form of entertainment became much more. Recommended for: all audiences.

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Written and Performed by Paul Cosma CimpoieruRomania

Wed 11/15 7:30pm

drama, comedy, storytelling, dance, movement, performance art, 62 min.

Through music and dance, Paul Cosma-Cimpoieru explores a Romanian immigrant’s experiences in the Big Apple. From subways to tourists and bodegas, uptown to downtown, he reveals what it feels like to live the American Dream at its darkest, but also at its fullest. Show image by Oltin Dogaru / Esquire Magazine. Recommended for: teenagers, adults, elderly, theatre community, LGBTQ community. Links: video, .

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Written and Performed by Venessa M. DiazNew York

Thu 11/16 9:00pm

drama, comedy, storytelling, poetry, 90 min.

Three Puerto Rican women, four courses and a whole lot of crazy! A dark comedy that explores the connection between mental illness and the traditional Latin diet. Through her cooking, holistic chef Santita Soto vows to break the vicious cycle of addiction, love loss, anger and regret that has plagued the women in her family. Recommended for: adults, theatre community, LGBTQ community, Latino community. Link: artist.

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Written and Performed by Ji Young ChoiSouth Korea

Fri 11/17 7:30pm

drama, storytelling, 60 min.

An actress lands on Broadway to find herself lost for seven years. After countless auditions, she finally gets that first role: Nina in “The Seagull.” But two weeks before opening night, she has to give up the role, as the director tells her, “I'll see you in the next play.” Her passion for acting disappears as she falls into a swamp. Today on stage, during her confession, something unexpected happens… Director: Ji Young Choi. Recommended for: all audiences.

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Theatre RowNew York City

Sun 11/19 7:30pm

open to public, 90 min.

As the 8th annual international festival comes to an end, United Solo invites you to join us at our Closing Gala, in celebration of all the solo performers who participated this year. At the Gala, we will announce all award winners, including the United Solo & Backstage Audience Award and the United Solo Special Award. The winners will join the list of formerly awarded artists, including Anna Deavere Smith (2010), Patti LuPone (2011), John Leguizamo (2012), Fiona Shaw (2013), Billy Crystal (2014), James Lecesne (2015), and Staceyann Chin in the piece directed by Cynthia Nixon (2016). The Gala will take place at Theatre Row, 410 West 42nd Street, New York, NY 10036, on Sunday, November 19, between 7:30pm — 9:00pm.

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*If you are interested in purchasing tickets for a SOLD-OUT performance, check with the Theatre Row Box Office on the day of the show. Should there be any last-minute returns, tickets will become available on a first-come, first-served basis.

*The ENCORE tag is used to indicate the productions of returning artists and companies who have successfully performed at the Festival in past years.

*If you are interested in purchasing tickets for a SOLD-OUT performance, check with the Theatre ROW Box Office on the day of the show. Should there be any last-minute returns, tickets will become available on a first-come, first-served basis.

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