Feb
20
to Nov 10

The Play That Goes Wrong at New World Stages


The time is right to see THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG, Broadway's funniest smash hit! This Olivier Award-winning comedy is a hilarious hybrid of Monty Python and Sherlock Holmes. Welcome to opening night of The Murder at Haversham Manor where things are quickly going from bad to utterly disastrous. With an unconscious leading lady, a corpse that can’t play dead, and actors who trip over everything (including their lines), it’s “A RIOTOUS EXPLOSION OF COMEDY!” (The Daily Beast) and “TONS OF FUN FOR ALL AGES!” (HuffPost). Ben Brantley of The New York Times calls THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG  “A GUT-BUSTING HIT,” and Cindy Adams of the New York Post has just one word for you: “GO!” Get tickets now – it would be WRONG to wait!

Previews begin February 11th!
Opens February 20th!

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Jan
14
2:00 PM14:00

I'M REVOLTING - by Gracie Gardner directed by Moritz von Stuelpnagel

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Curated by Director of New Play Development Abigail Katz, the Amplified Reading Series presents four bold new plays throughout the season with an expanded rehearsal process for more meaningful engagement with the material and the playwright.

Come see me in a reading of Gracie Gardener’s I’M REVOLTING, directed by Moritz von Stuelpnagel

A group of people are waiting to be called into a room one by one. Some of them have skin cancer, some of them are there to give support. A play about doctors and medicine and the space in between the two.

Lucille Lortel Theatre | 121 Christopher Street  
RSVP HERE

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Jul
28
to Aug 6

PARK PLAYS - Queens Theatre

An evening of short plays exploring the world of Flushing Meadows Corona Park. From the Panorama to the Playground for All Children, the 1939 World's Fair to the 2016 US Open, "Park Plays" takes the audience on a journey celebrating the bold, inclusive spirit of the park which Queens Theatre calls home.

"Lauren Yee ventures into Robert Moses territory with “What We Once Were.” Set in the Queens Museum’s Panorama of the City of New York, it’s nicely acted, particularly by Bartley Booz as a baffled new hire."               -Laura Collins-Huges - NEW YORK TIMES

Friday 8pm
Saturday 2pm & 8pm
Sunday 3pm
Additional performance on Thursday, August 3 at 7:30
Audio Description performances on Saturday, August 5 at 2pm and 8pm.

Tickets: $18
Students/Seniors/Members: $15

Presented by Queens Theatre, in association with Theatre 167.
Festival Director: Brant Russell
"Park Plays" is supported, in part, by an Art Works award from the National Endowment for the Arts. 

“Well, they’re definitely working some kind of charm in Queens Theatre’s ‘Park Plays’.”
— Laura Collins-Hughes - NEW YORK TIMES
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Jul
9
9:00 PM21:00

Axe TV Commercial, 'Spike: One Night Only'

Make sure to check out Bartley's Axe Commercial as part of “One Night Only: Alec Baldwin” on Spike TV “One Night Only: Alec Baldwin” will premiere on Sunday, July 9 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on Spike TV.

AXE Black Tie Only   Director: Crobin   Copywriter: Crobin   Production Company: Gravy Films   Producer: Corey Deckler   DP: Justin Derry   Production Designer: Nick Tong   Audio: Sonic Union   Editor: Eddie Ringer (WAX)   Client: Axe   Agency: Velocity
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Dec
9
to Jan 15

FOR ANNIE - The Hearth

Annie Lambert was murdered in the middle of her senior year.

So her sisters of the Beta Tau Alpha sorority at SUNY Onondaga are memorializing her in the best way they know how:
They're putting on a play.

For Annie uses Greek chorus, pop music, dance, and a lot of glitter to explore grief, guilt, sisterhood, and what it means to remember.

Presented by The Hearth

Buy tickets HERE!

“Dark-haired, wiry and intense, the physically slight Bartley Booz winningly plays the student who acts out the role of the volatile Nick.  The boyish Mr. Booz strikingly succeeds at humanizing this villain with his offbeat vocal delivery that is simultaneously humorous and chilling.”
— -Darryl Reilly - THEATRE SCENE
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