Productions

WORKSHOP

HANDS-ON FIGHT WORKSHOP DEMONSTRATION

FRIDAY • OCTOBER 13 • 7PM

Did you ever wonder how someone can get slapped, kicked, punched and thrown across a room…and still get up smiling for a curtain call 8 times a week?

Spend an evening with Broadways’ award-winning fight director Rick Sordelet as he shares the secrets of his trade during a hands-on fight workshop demonstration.

This event will be held at:
Studio 509 Fitness
509 Valley St. • Maplewood, NJ
Free Admission (Seating Extremely limited)

Reservations Required
Call (732) 238-9982

 


 

READINGS

 

PAGE COUNT

by Kerr Lockhart
SUNDAY • SEPTEMBER 17
Hollywood 1931. Would you let a man destroy himself to save your own career? Would you want to go on living if you couldn’t do what you love to do? A writing team in 1930’s Hollywood grapple with those questions and their terrible script assignments.

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SUNDAY • OCTOBER 22

TBA

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HARRY TOWNSEND’S LAST STAND

by George Eastman

SUNDAY • NOVEMBER 19

When an 85 year-old father meets up with his adult son for a weekend at the family cottage, laughter, sparks, tensions and memories abound.

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RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN

by Sharyn Rothstein

SUNDAY • DECEMBER 10

What do you do when a mistake you made 15 years ago continues to haunt your social life and your career?   A compelling/terrifying [choose one] look at the drastic effects that the internet can have on any one of us.

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STAGE PRODUCTIONS

A GOOD FARMER  

by Sharyn Rothstein

THURSDAY, JANUARY 25 – SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4

The story takes place on a farm in upstate New York and focuses on two women:  Bonnie who owns the farm with her husband; and Carla, a recent immigrant from Mexico who works the farm along with members of her family.  The playwright Sharyn Rothstein has artfully managed to reveal the humanity behind some of today’s contentious political issues.

 


 

SMALL TOWN STORY
(a new musical)

Book & Lyrics by Sammy Buck
Music & Lyrics by Brandon James Gwinn

THURSDAY, MAY 31 – SUNDAY, JUNE 10

When a local high school in Texas announces that their annual musical well be Rent, deep divisions arise among the town’s parents, faculty and students . A heartwarming story of tolerance, understanding and acceptance. Based on a true story.


Titles and Cast Subject to Change