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TBB: Volume 2. Issue 16

Theatre doesn't just live in Manhattan with big lights!

Come see where else theatre lives. It comes in all sizes.

November

 

Happy Thanksgiving! What are you grateful for? 
I am grateful for my amazing and supportive family; that I get to create art; that I have a home; that I am of service when needed; and that I get to promote your work. 
Whenever I am having a pity party of one, I do a gratitude list. It works for me. 

The last two months of this year are just packed with entertainment. So if for some reason, you weren't able to see something...don't fear. See the below list. 

If you are at Josh Rivedal's book signing at Maple Grove, please come and say hi to us.
And if you are at Justin River's The Eternal Space (all out about the demolition of Penn Station!) at AIA, say hi to him and Ian. 
Also, check out my best galpal, Amanda, and other Queens locals in Legally Blonde.
All the info is below.


 
Please email me your show information for next week's newsletter.
Also, if you would like a featured listing, feel free to email me for more info. 

See you at the show!

 
  

Celebrating 14 years of supporting female voices.

1 WEEK LEFT!

October 14th-November 10th

TheatreLab & Stage Left

Estrogenius.org


See Featured Listing for more information

Book by Heather Hach; Music and Lyrics by Laurence O’Keefe and Neil Benjamin

A sorority-sister valley girl goes to Harvard Law to get her boyfriend back, and ends up defying expectations while staying true to herself. Based on the novel by Amanda Brown and the MGM movie starring Reese Witherspoon.

November 3rd – November 17th



Greasemonkey: Chicago, A Cabaret

Enjoy their talents, and help us raise money to take the story of a girl mechanic who finds herself torn between two men to the Windy City in Greasemonkey: Chicago.

November 4th
 
Click HERE for more info
by Lauren Milberger; directed by Allen Lewis Rickman
Part of the Drama Alumni Play Development Project at The New School for Drama
 
The Raconteurs tells the story of George and Gracie as they put on the story of their lives along side their two best friends – Jack Benny and Mary Kelly.
 
November 5th at 7pm
 

Theaterlab (Orietta Crispino, Artistic Director) presents NOT – Made in Italy

What we know as “Made in Italy, “ the artistry and creativity, its style and culture, appears in the work of these artists re-crafted and amplified through the embracing of “another place, another culture.”

November 5 @ 7-10 pm in The Gallery! Free event.

Click HERE for more information.

An NYC Book signing for The Gospel According to Josh
Josh Rivedal will be reading from and signing copies of his new memoir “The Gospel According to Josh: A 28-Year Gentile Bar Mitzvah,” published by Skookum Hill.
 
Sponsored by Friends of Maple Grove.
 
50% of proceeds of the book for this signing will be donated to the American Foundation for Suicide
 
Click HERE for more information.

 

AIANY / Center for Architecture to Host a Staged Reading of The Eternal Space

LIGHTS, CAMERA, DEMOLITION:
NYC’S PENN STATION RECALLED ON STAGE & IN PICTURES

When: November 6, 2013, 7PM

Click HERE for more information
OUR BAR "Spread"
Wednesday, November 6th, 2013 7pm & 9pm
Failte Irish Whiskey Bar 
Click HERE for more information

 

King Lear
American Theatre of Actors Presents & James Jennings directs this classic
 
Wednesday, November 06, 2013 through Sunday, November 24, 2013
 
Click HERE for more info!

Love's Labour's Lost 

by William Shakespeare

The Gingerbread Players of Saint Luke’s Church

11/02/13 – 11/10

http://www.gingerbreadplayers.org


Love At Home
Written & directed by Mary Matoula Webb

Follow two sisters from their early teens to adulthood: one a devout Mormon,
the other a lesbian, both trying to find a 
loving place in between faith and family.

November 7th – November 9th

Click HERE for more info

Mill Fire

written by Sally Nemeth & directed by Audrey Alford

On the anniversary of a catastrophic steel mill explosion that shook a small Alabama community, Marlene grapples with the loss of her husband and the circumstances surrounding his death. Will she acquiesce and take the mill’s settlement, or make good on her promise and tell them to shove it?

November 7th – 10th

Click HERE for more info!

By Lupe Gehrenbeck

This play is based on “The Complete Etiquette for Ladies, a Complete Guide to Visiting, Entertaining, and Traveling with hints on Courtship, Marriage and Dress”, “Alice in Wonderland”, and the historical data about the relationship between Lewis Carroll and the Lidell family.

Thursday 7th, Friday 8th November at 8pm and Sunday 10th November at 7pm at Producers Club

Click HERE for more information.


   Written by Erica Herd & L.E. Swenson
 
A woman coping with an already difficult mother, tries to make sense of a senseless disease.
 
November 10th
 
Click HERE for more info!

 

In 2013 artist Priscilla Stadler challenged the people of Queens –and beyond – to disprove the stereotype of New Yorker as cutthroat, egotistical by doing favors for friends, family and strangers. What happened? Visit the FAVORS installation to find out.

Friday November 8 , 6 – 9 pm; Saturday November 16, 10:30 am – noon; Saturday November 23, 4 – 6 pm

Click HERE for more information.

 

Written by Christie Perfetti, Directed by Stephanie Carey

One night only, limited tickets available. Don’t miss out!

Saturday, November 09, 2013

Click HERE for more information.


Excelsior Burlesque explores the dark, twisted, and often naked underbelly of comics that is the work of Alan Moore.

Tuesday, November 12th,

Click HERE for more info!


By Cara Maltz, Gabi  Hegan& Stephanie Varnier; Performed by Cara Maltz

Cara is a New York based actress, singer, dancer, writer, producer, and the real life inspiration behind this one-woman musical.

Wednesday November 13th @ 6:30pm;  Saturday November 16th @ 9:30pm;  Sunday November 17th @ 3:30pm

Click HERE for more information.


Broadway actress and singer Alison Lory makes her NYC solo concert debut

Direction by Will Nunziata
Musical Direction by Andy Roninson

Wednesday November 13th @ 7PM

Click HERE for more information.


by Sally Lambert; performed by Cheryl King

Nov 13 at 7:30 pm

Click HERE for more information.


Parkside Players Present A Christmas Carol

adapted by Michael Paller; directed by Tom Williams

Fridays November 22 & 29 @ 8:00 PM
Saturdays November 16, 23 & 30 @ 8:00 PM
Sundays November 17 & 24 @ 2:00 PM

Click HERE for more information!


The Story of Christmas in Concert

The Story of the night that changed the world forever; told using some of the most beautiful carols ever written for the classical choir

Sunday, December 22, 2013 at 3pm & 7pm

Click HERE for more info.

 

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