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3 WORKSHOP PRESENTATIONS
Tuesday 20 @ 7 & Thursday 22 @ 3
THE LADIES OF SALERNO by MARY ELIZABETH HAMILTON
directed by PIRRONNE YOUSEFZADEH
Deep in the Dark Ages – the real dark ages – a woman doctor and a group
of female medical students document the female anatomy and invent the science
of gynecology. Or do they?
Wednesday 21 @ 2 & Thursday 22 @ 7
LIFTED by DIPIKA GUHA
directed by SARAH KROHN
A poet’s obsession: hunt my plagiarist down, bring him to justice.
The Chorus comments. Letters, paranoia, pseudonyms ensue,
shades of Greek tragedy abound.
Wednesday 28 @ 3 & Thursday 29 @ 7
WILDROSE by ANNA MOENCH
directed by ADRIENNE CAMPBELL-HOLT
Enticed to North Dakota by the oil boom, well-compensated but ill-housed,
our prospectors find that with four men to every woman, it’s gonna be a long and lonely winter on the prairie.
admission: $5 suggested
LOUNGE SHOWS & ONE-SHOTS
February 1, 2017
Announcing… Works on Water New Georges and 3LD Art & Technology Center present a month-long, multi-disciplinary art event that includes a new theatrical experience co-conceived by Sheila Callaghan and Daniella Topol and created with Liza Birkenmeier, Broken Chord Collective, Cory … Continue reading
November 26, 2016
Back to main Alligator information! Tickets right here! Running time: 2 hours, 15 minutes (1 intermission) The entrance to the ART/New York Theatres is on the south side of W. 53rd Street just a few steps west of 10th Avenue. See … Continue reading
October 15, 2016
FINAL WEEKEND NOTICE: If tickets appear sold out online for Saturday and Sunday performances (please check first, button below), feel free to reach out to Jaynie — email@example.com, 281.799.3288 –for up-to-the-minute released tickets or wait list information. We want to … Continue reading
September 21, 2016
New Georges’ 2016 Big Benefit celebrates 25 highly theatrical years in our swankiest party digs yet! JOIN US! Find your tickets here if a click floats your boat OR download & print this form if a check and a stamp are more … Continue reading