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Now through Aug 2 @The Tank & Aug 5-8 @West Park Presbyterian
“A jarring piece of theatre… the piece is visceral, and a fine introduction to The Tank’s DarkFest” –The New York Times
“A vulnerable, exciting experience…one grand hallucination!” -TheatreScene
“Wimpee’s guttural, poetic dialogue comes in strange, surreal ebbs and flows, voices merging and fading away in bits and fragments, like a primal game of call and response or like echoes, bouncing off the walls.” -StageBuddy
Now through Sept 20 | Clurman Theatre at Theatre Row | Triumvirate Artists
“Easily one of the best shows currently in New York… a fast paced gem.” -Jeff Myhre, New York Theatre Guide
4 suitors, 3 daughters, what’s a father to do? A kind old gentleman believes his deceased wife has forbid their three daughters to marry, until one of the suitors plays a series of tricks that helps him deal with his loss and recover his sanity. A new and refreshing take on Commedia Dell’Arte with a touch of magical realism.
Aug 6-22 | The 4th Street Theatre | New York Neo-Futurists
A “fascinating, funny, and strangely moving” (Maxamoo) play that chronicles the true story of Colin Summers’ eight year online correspondence and artistic collaboration with Steve, a “Gen X” Australian. Together, Steve and Colin have written hundreds of songs. In Colin’s account of their unconventional relationship, Steve’s original songs and emails paint a vivid picture of a fascinating character.
Written by Lake Water’s Troy Deutsch (Standby for John Gallagher Jr. in Broadway’s Rabbit Hole), IN A TILTED PLACE is a kaleidoscope of a play where lovers, addicts, mermaids, and other strange creatures all stumble through a bizarre, hilarious, and sometimes frightening reality- from Rockefeller Center to the High Line- and nothing is quite as anyone imagined it would be.
Ellen, a distraught single mother, discovers a crack in her kitchen ceiling — and no one seems to be able to repair it. As a bizarre series of handymen, plumbers, and spiritual healers try to solve the problem, Ellen finds that more than her home is at risk: her family and her sanity are increasingly put to the test in this dark musical comedy.
Aug 20-Sept 5 | Soho Photo Gallery | Primrose Productions
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 and complemented by the visual art of Kate Goltseva, this collaboration asks us to face the stories that need to be heard.