Absorbency by Scott Mullen
February 23 - 24th & March 1-3rd, 2019 @ Sundog Theatre (NY)
Sundog Theatre’s signature production about our favorite orange boats and the microcosm that is life on the ferry. 6 original one-act plays from across the nation and beyond, this year featuring audience-choice alternate endings, shine the spotlight on various moments “in the life.” Remember, anything can happen on the Staten Island Ferry!
A Christmas Carol by Doris Baizley
December 8th, 2018 @ Greenwood Lake Theater (NY)
Doris Baizley’s highly inventive stage adaptation of this family favorite holiday classic is an energetic and creative romp through the Charles Dickens story told by a “ragtag” troupe of traveling players made up of actors, puppets, clowns, and mimes. The magical world of make-believe comes to life as the troupe’s trunk of supplies magically opens and this timeless Christmas tale of redemption spills out, pulling us into the life of Ebenezer Scrooge.
Ladies of Broadway Celebrate Ladies of the 80's
October 26th, 2018 @ Fienstein’s/54 Below
The ladies of Broadway join the newest ladies on the block to sing songs of the 80s. Strong ladies, singing songs of strong ladies. A tribute to the icons like Cher all the way to Cyndi Lauper and The Go-Gos, you’ll barely be able to stay in your seats!
Oliver! by Lionel Bart
AUGUST 10th-12th & 17th-19th, 2018 @ Greenwood Lake Theater (NY)
Consider yourself at home with Lionel Bart's classic musical based on Charles Dickens' novel, Oliver Twist. The streets of Victorian England come to life as Oliver, a malnourished orphan, becomes the neglected apprentice of an undertaker. Oliver escapes to London and finds acceptance among a group of petty thieves led by the elderly Fagin. When Oliver is captured for a theft that he did not commit, the victim takes him in. Fearing the safety of his hideout, Fagin employs the Bill Sikes and Nancy to kidnap him back, threatening Oliver’s chances of discovering the true love of a family.
Dumpster Fire by Emily Comisar
JULY 5-15, 2018 @ The Connelly Theater (NYC)
On January first, Emily wakes up finally ready to admit that, despite her best efforts, there is still something missing and she doesn’t know where to begin. With the help of her mother, her friends, her local librarian & a slew of historical figures who magically appear & then disappear just as quickly, Emily discovers that she’s not alone—in fact, she’s far from it.
*SheNYC Arts Excellence - Best Ensemble*
Chris Pinella & Friends
March 28, 2018 @ Feinstein's/54 Below
Powerhouse Chris Pinnella returns to Feinstein’s/54 Below with his concert Illuminate. Join Pinnella & his friends for an evening of contemporary hits, beautiful ballads & soaring duets that will move and inspire you. The evening will feature Jenna Ushkowitz , as well as a 12-Piece Choir comprised of students from Pinnella’s alma mater Marymount Manhattan College.
Working by Stephen Schwartz & Nina Faso
October 21-22, 2017 @ Marymount Manhattan College (NYC)
The hopes, dreams, joys & concerns of the average working American are the focus of this unique, extraordinary musical. That the everyday lives of common men & women should be so compelling & moving will surprise & inspire anyone who has ever punched a time clock.
Love's Labour's Lost by Michael Friedman & Alex Timbers
March 22-26, 2017 @ The York Theater (NYC)
Romance, revelry & music ignite in this contemporary, yet lovingly faithful, musical adaptation of Shakespeare's comedy. Using the original text brings a one-of-a-kind sensibility to the immortal words of the Bard. Smart, sexy, outrageous & irreverent, Love's Labour's Lost is a madcap celebration of true love and coming of age.
Women and Wallace by Jonathan Marc Sherman
May 13 - 15, 2016 @ Marymount Manhattan College (NYC)
As a boy, Wallace finds his mother's body, which haunts his relationships with the other women, including his wise grandmother; the girl who swipes his sandwich at school; the psychiatrist who tries to exorcise his troubling memories; & the knowing senior who provides his sexual initiation. All of whom contribute to the mosaic which captures the fears & joys & uncertainties of developing manhood.
Kiss Me or Cut Off My Head adapted by Brooke M. Haney from the poetry of Sheryl St. Germain
August 20 - September 5, 2015 @ Soho Photo Gallery (NYC)
Theater, poetry and visual art collide in this contemporary retelling of the Medusa myth. As Medusa frankly confronts her infamy, voices of survivors embolden her to unmask the lies surrounding her own story. Based on true accounts of survivors of sexual assault & complemented by the visual art of Kate Goltseva, this collaboration asks us to face the stories that need to be heard.