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Let me cook for you_imageTheaterlab presents
Written & Performed by Orietta Crispino
October 13 – December 10, 2017
Friday at 7pm | Sunday at 5pm

Tickets: $20 HERE

Theaterlab’s Artistic Director Orietta Crispino presents her solo series examining a collage of inherited myths and apocryphal histories, melding the intoxicating act of storytelling with the ritual of preparing food.

Directed by Barbara Rubin
Assistant Director: Liza Cassidy
Costume Design: Sara Baldocchi


 sunsetparkpostcardfrontSUNSET PARK
October 27 – 31, 2017 | Fri, Sat, Sun & Mon at 8pm
Tickets: $20 HERE

Sunset Park is the new horror play from Traumaturgy Productions.
When a long-vacant apartment in Sunset Park goes back on the market, bright-eyed young couple Matty and Theo soon discover it was more than supply and demand that kept their new home empty. As their grasp on what’s real and what’s false begins inexplicably to fray – and their marriage with it – the pair must rely on the aid of a local linked to the building’s murky past to peel back the layers of unsettling phenomena springing up around them. But with this ghostly presence growing more urgent by the moment, it may take more than just the truth to save them.

Written by Matt Minnicino
Directed by Jolene Noelle
Dramaturgy and SFX Stephen Christensen
Produced by Traumaturgy Productions

Cast: Sara Detrik, Jefferson Reardon, Trevor Liu & Karen Li

Scenic Design: Maria Feuereisen
Sound Design: Thomas Jaeger

DAMN_logo200x180DAMN! Film Series
Monday, October 30th at 6:45PM
Tickets $7 (include free popcorn)
Tickets: HERE

Don’t Look Away
Written & Directed by Christopher Cox | USA | 8 min, 20 sec
When a teenage girl tells her dad about a mysterious figure staring at her, all her father can say is: “DON’T LOOK AWAY”.

La Petite Mort
Written & Directed by Elizabeth Jaeleigh Davis | USA | 8 min, 15 sec
When a virginal girl follows her lover into a mysterious forest, a twist of fate wrenches them apart forever. The girl struggles to be ever closer to him in this fairytale about sex, death, and pie.

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Directed by Don P. Hooper | Written by Tarik Davis | USA | 7 min, 30 sec
When mortal danger befalls a horror movie set, the last line of defense is guy who always dies first.

The Child and The Dead
Written & Directed by Marc and Karina Ripper | USA | 18 min
A modern crime fable set in the wilds of the Pacific Northwest.

We Are Not Lovers
Written & Directed by Crystal Friedman | USA | 7 min
A couple heads out on the open road to fix their rocky relationship.


Presented as part of Tlab Shares, our guest productions program.

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NY/LON Productions presents
Written by Matt Hartley
Directed by Stephen Cedars
October 4 – 8, 2017 | Wed – Sat at 7pm & Sun at 2pm
Tickets: $18 HERE

Rachel and Ben want to buy a flat in London. And so do their friends, Melanie and Sam. But what with rent, tax, student loans, pensions and bills, it’s impossible to save for a deposit.

So the foursome come up with a fast-track solution to the problem: live together. Sneakily split the rent and bills on a tiny one bedroom flat for a year. But with paper thin walls and space growing sparser by the day, which will they sacrifice first – the friendship, the relationship or the dream of buying their own property?

Matt Hartley’s Deposit throws a lively and topical spotlight on ‘Generation Rent’ and the lengths they will go to in order to get that first step on the property ladder. His theatre credits include the Bruntwood Award winning Sixty Five Miles (Paines Plough/ Hull Truck) and Horizon (National Theatre Connections).

The cast features Rupert Simonian (“Skyfall,” “The Constant Gardener”), Maggie Benedict, Yasmine Lever, and Graham Powell. 
“A mini-masterpiece. Four stars.” – The Stage
“The mini kitchen sink drama that 21st century society needs. Four stars.” – Culture Whisper
“Fabulous. Four stars.” – London Theatre 1
“A quiet scorcher. Four stars.” – The Arts Desk
Part of TLAB Shares


Rhonda Badonda - Square FINAL - 200x200Deep Water Productions presents
Rhonda Badonda: The Adventures of a Girl with a Pain in Her Brain

Written & Performed by Rhonda S. Musak
October 23 & 24 | Monday & Tuesday at 7:30pm
Tickets: $21 HERE

Rhonda Badonda wants to function normally… Her brain has other ideas.

Dive into the shape-shifting landscape of the mind as Rhonda unscrambles a hidden medical mystery and encounters the truth of her baffling and bewildering world.

When your brain won’t cooperate, you have to get creative.

Cast: Rhonda S. Musak
Writer: Rhonda S. Musak
Director: Gareth Hendee
Movement Director: Joan Evans
Produced by Deep Water Productions

Part of TLAB Shares

allaboardpreviewBluelaces Theater Company
October 14-15 and October 21-22 at 10am, 12pm, 3pm
(Education Shows on October 17 and 19 at 10am and 12pm)
Ticket Price: Suggested donation of $25 per person.
For Reservations: Families must fill out this form to request tickets.

This fall, Bluelaces is bringing you a brand new highly-sensory immersive piece for individuals with autism and other developmental differences. This new production  ALL ABOARD!  explores transportation and locomotion! While aboard “The Imaginator,” our adventurers will explore all things plane, train, and automobile throughout time. Initially inspired by New York’s sprawling subway system and its history, we are looking at transportation and its evolution through time from horse and buggy, to cross-country trains, airplanes and rocket ships. 

Cast: Jon Cook, Susannah Gratz, Arielle Gonzalez, Amanda Thickpenny
Adventure Guides: Naomi Avadanei, Emily Bruner, Jill Clough, Annika Gullahorn, Samantha Hubschman, Anne Lieberson,

Writer: Devised/ Lindsay Amer
Director: Lindsay Amer

Stage Manager/Production Manager: Mary Harmer
Assistant Stage Manager: Rachel Sobelsohn
Assistant Director: Miranda Lee
Scenic Designer- Emmie Finckel
Lighting Designer- Victoria Bain
Costume Designer- Chelsea Taylor
Props Master- Kelsey Bowens

Part of TLAB Shares

Soundview ticket graphicSOUNDVIEW SUMMER
Written by Kate Gill
Directed by Frank Licato
November 3 – 19 | Thurs, Fri & Sat at 8pm, Sun at 3pm
Tickets: $30 HERE

Nice salary, good hours, Billy and Jack thought they landed the ideal summer job … at the Soundview Nuclear Power Plant. Now, years later, they’re paying dearly for it.

Written by Kate Gill
Directed by Frank Licato
Cast: Vincent Sagona*, Annie McGovern*, Brian Richardson*, Sharon Hope*, Stuart Rudin*, Susan Barrett*

*appears courtesy of Actors Equity Association

Part of TLAB Shares




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