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January 15, 2020

Thomas Walters’ “Help A Handicapped God Trot Across the Universe,” directed by Joe John Battista, will open this Thursday, January 16 at The historic 13th Repertory Theatre, almost as if by some divine intervention.

The absurdist play, an experimental piece of theatre,...

September 20, 2019

Artist/Playwright Marylou DiPietro will perform her original solo play In Love with Cancer at the prestigious United Solo Theatre Festival next month.

In this sometimes bizarre, often uproariously funny and heart-wrenching story, a woman’s worst fear becomes reality. Wh...

On Sunday, June 2nd, at The Gallery Players Theatre in Park Slope, members and supporters of the company gathered to enjoy complimentary refreshments and snacks, an evening of music and live performances, and the highly anticipated announcement of this coming season's...

April 15, 2019

You’ve forgotten your passwords and mixed up your PIN numbers. You can’t access your voice mail; the GPS has led you astray. You’re in an airport, losing your mind.

Falk Richter Knows your pain. The renowned German playwright wrote a whole script about it, in fact— thou...

March 16, 2019

What do you get when you combine comic book fights; wacky, vaudevillian humor; two actors playing 18 characters; and a trunk full of bananas? You get Captain Cobalt vs. the Sinister Scientist, a new, two-woman show making its NYC debut for one night only on April 1.


September 10, 2018

Vincent D’Onofrio, the playwright, (not to be confused with the actor of the same name) opened his new play, The Lost Teaspoons, this week at the historic 13th Street Repertory Theatre in the West Village. The Lost Teaspoons recreates the era of the fifties - not...

April 10, 2018

Performances for the new play DRESS OF FIRE, starring acting & directing legend Austin Pendleton, due to an unforeseen cast health issue will begin April 19th (not previously April 13th). Opening night is still set for Sunday, April 22nd at 7 pm at the 13th Street...

February 12, 2018

Playwright Phil Paradis will have three of his one-act plays showcased this week beginning on Valentine's Day (February 14th) and running until Sunday, the 18th at The Beckman Theater at The American Theatre of Actors. This very limited engagement is directed...

November 16, 2017

Great theatre rarely "just happens." And sometimes a great idea isn't timely until, well, it's the right time. For playwright Robert Rosenbaum, the right time is now and the play is BASEMENT, which will offer it's debut at Theatre 54 (Shetler Studios) this weekend begi...

October 11, 2017

SHE HAS NAME, the critically-acclaimed play about human trafficking, written by Andrew Kooman, returns to the stage at the Sargent Theatre from October 26 thru  November 5.

In conjunction with October’s Domestic Violence Awareness Month, each performance includes...

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