Broadway was busy with opening after opening taking you to Paris, Russia and even Siam…
We invite you to continue your Merrily theatrical travels on the OOBR Kampfire Express, boarding at the Bronx (Comida de Puta) and stopping in Italy (The Servant of Two Masters), Vietnam (Red Flamboyant) and back again (Love Me).
Now playing through April 26 | The West End Theatre | MultiStages
“The evening, thick with desire, rhythm, magic and poetry, teases primal human emotions to a thrilling climax you won’t soon forget… This is hip, modern tragedy at its very best.” -Richard Hinojosa, nytheater now
Now playing through May 2 | Teatro LATEA | Sonnet Rep
“This adaptation by Nicolas Minas joyfully brings contemporary attitudes, language, and especially, physicality to this classic piece… The cast is bursting with talent and creativity, singing, dancing, playing instruments and acting in broad, comedic style… The entire cast is multi-talented and so much fun to watch… The Servant of Two Masters is truly a delightful evening of theater.” – Jean Tait, Electronic Link Journey
April 24- May 16 | Anderson Hall | Firebone Theatre
This unique theatrical work tells its story with single bungee technology (aerial), puppetry, and straightforward acting in the round, unlikely heroes emerge both in this world and the next as these Vietnamese women reach new heights of courage.
APRIL 30- May 16 | The 4th St Theatre | Funny…Sheesh Productions
It’s the mid-1990s in New York City, and underachieving writer/motivational speaker Charlie Styptic is mired in a lifelong love life slump. Forever lovesick, he’s haplessly counseled by a simpleminded sidekick and a womanizer he’s just befriended. Will he ever find love? Or will he be eternally controlled by the incessantly critical voice in his head?
April 30- May 23 | Good Shepherd United Methodist Church | APAC
What if you could move backwards through time and see how your choices charted your path to the present moment? With an exciting score, humor, idealism, and insight, Merrily We Roll Along starts at the end and ends at the beginning. We see snapshots of twenty years in the lives of Franklin Shepard and his close friends and ponder the show’s central question: “How did you get to be here?”