Playing at the West End Theatre

You Are Now the Owner of This Suitcase

Theatre 167 presents: You Are Now the Owner of This Suitcase a collaboratively created play by Mando Alvarado, Jenny Lyn Bader, Barbara Cassidy, Les Hunter, Joy Tomasko, Gary Winter, and Stefanie Zadravec. Conceived & Directed by Ari Laura Kreith A young woman arriving in New York from Ecuador accidentally switches suitcases with a mysterious stranger. Her quest…

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The Adding Machine

December 9th-13th @ 8pm 2pm and 8pm shows on December 12th Closing 3PM Show December 13th. by Elmer Rice Director Justin Bennett Assistant Director Sarah Chichester Production Manager Cooper Jordan Stage Manager Mary Linehan Sound Design Tony Woodroffe Set Design Cooper Jordan Light Design Danny Morales

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"Adam & Eva," and "The Further Adventures of" 2 new plays

We Met in Dublin: TOSOS presents The Further Adventures of… and Adam & Eva They met in Dublin, now they’re meeting again in New York. TOSOS (The Other Side of Silence), in association with Theater 167, presents two new plays, “Adam & Eva,” by Jack McMahon and Yasmin Zadeh, and “The Further Adventures of” by…

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World Premiere of MOURNING SUN by Antu Yacob

From the company that created THE CHURCH OF WHY NOT: Theatre 167 Presents the World Premiere of MOURNING SUN by Antu Yacob. Directed by Ari Laura Kreith. At 14, Biftu and Abdi listen to American pop music and fantasize about meeting Michael Jackson. But then Biftu is forced into an arranged marriage and their dreams are destroyed….

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STAGE FRIGHT: Oct. 25-HALLOWEEN

2015 Annual Music Theater Lab: a presentation of original macabre musical shorts Take refuge in an abandoned church and cross a boundary to another world… From the horrific to the hilarious, the fourteen writers in this fall’s musical theater lab conjure spirits, enchant victims, and bring the dead to life again on stage in this supernatural evening…

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My Uncle Chekhov (Ended July 31st)

Acclaimed Russian director Aleksey Burago returns with My Uncle Chekhov, a heart-warming, larger-than-life comedy celebrating the short stories of Anton Chekhov. Interwoven around one of Chekhov’s most beloved tales, “The Darling,” it follows the life of sweet Olenka, a woman who takes on the opinions of the men she loves. On Olenka’s journey of self-discovery, she…

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The Loves of Cass McGuire

Wed. March 25–Sun. March 29 Brian Friel’s The Loves of Cass McGuire, directed by John Christopher Jones. Plot description (from Samuel French): After fifty-two years of romping as a saloon waitress in America, Cass goes home to Ireland. But the brother and his family to whom she turns really have no need for her, and…

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The Church of Why Not

February 20 – March 15, 2015 at the West End Theater Fridays at 8, Saturdays at 3 and 8, Sundays at 7pm When the Rev. K. Karpen offered some background about the United Methodist Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew to members of its new resident theater company, he described it as the church of…

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