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One Woman Standing - New Works Series from Emerging Artists Theatre (EAT)
TADA! Theater
New York, NY, NY
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One Woman Standing - New Works Series from Emerging Artists Theatre (EAT)
One Woman Standing - New Works Series from Emerging Artists Theatre (EAT)
Stacy Mayer and Jessica Phillips Lorenz, Curators

A festival of original, eclectic and engaging one-woman shows.

Emerging Artists returns with their one-of-a-kind, once-a-year festival. Visit the theater any evening during this three-week event, and you'll find yourself enthralled by One Woman Standing, perhaps laughing with One Man Talking, maybe even humming along to a few new Notes from a Page. Emerging Artists has always been about new works, new talents, new voices. That's never been more evident than now.

TAKE SPECIAL NOTE: Each title in the series has only one performance, one date, one time, so please book carefully. Scroll down and find the show, or shows, of your choosing. And then check the other listings for "One Man Talking" and "Notes From a Page" and book tickets for those shows as well!



Saturday, March 2 at 7 pm
"THE LAST BLOW AND BULGAKOV"
Written by Richard Ballon
Performed by Jacinthe Connor and Kate Hare
Preparing for a wedding day with a tornado dancing on the horizon and a daughter's obsession with a Russian writer that goes too far.
    * * * sharing the bill with * * *
"SIX WOMEN STANDING ONE AT A TIME"
Written and performed by Jane Altman*+, Blanche Cholet*+, Laura Fois*+, Michele Fulves*+, Lué McWilliams*+ and Vivian Meisner*+
Dramaturgy by James Bosley
Stories abound from six writers with unique perspectives on love, life, and learning as you go.



Sunday, March 3 at 3 pm
"HOW TO BE A SUCCESSFUL TEACHER"
Written and performed by Michele Traina
Dramaturg and Director, Paula Alekson
A theatrical mockumentary that explores the reality of teaching through the eyes of MS. M, an energetic performing arts teacher in an urban school.



Thursday, March 7 at 7 pm
"BIG BEAVER CREEK"
Written and performed by Andrea Alton*+
Martha McGillicutty has survived small pox and dead crops but will her heart and loins survive a torrid affair with Charles Buttley?
    * * * sharing the bill with * * *
"WASTE MANAGEMENT: THE SHOW"
Written and performed by Debra Castellano
Directed by Christine Renee Miller
A woman with waaay too much on her plate gives herself 49 days to save the planet... or at least get people to use less plastic.



Thursday, March 14 at 7 pm
"WOODY'S ORDER!"
Written and performed by Ann Talman*
Directed by Barbara Andres*
Dramaturg: Matt Hoverman*
The other side of My Left Foot.



Friday, March 15 at 7 pm
"IT CAME FROM BELOW"
Written and performed by Meg Griffiths
A hardened female New York City landlord threatens to evict each of her tenants unless someone admits to killing her prized heirloom hydrangea bush in this comedic who-done-it.
    * * * sharing the bill with * * *
"IS THIS GONNA BE ON THE TEST, MISS?"
Written and performed by Ronna J Levy*
Directed by Christine Renee Miller
An aspiring actress has her world turned upside down when she faces underprepared adults in an urban community college classroom.



Friday, March 15 at 9 pm
"MIMING IN AND OUT OF AFGHANISTAN"
Written and performed by Rasa Allan Kazlas*+
Directed by David Rosenberg
West meets East when a company of performers encounters a lighthearted but potentially explosive situation in Afghanistan.
    * * * sharing the bill with * * *
Hurricane Alana
Written and performed by Alana Jackler*
Directed by Perry Dell'Aquila
A funny and touching story about a girl's quest for love, a home and a good mold specialist.  Again.



Saturday, March 16 at 7 pm
"A SHINING TRIBUTE"
Written by Candyce Rusk
Performed by Lynda Sturner*
Set in the very haunted Modern Theater in Boston's Combat Zone, former burlesque queen Bijou recounts her legacy.
    * * * sharing the bill with * * *
"WHY I HATE ANGELINA JOLIE"
Revised, revived, and reloaded!
Written and performed by Glory Gallo*+
Directed by Marc Castle*+
Creative Consultant Tom Greenman+
Shopping with kids is not a serene experience and I resent anyone who pretends it is.



Tuesday, March 19 at 7 pm
"OM NAMAHWTF"
Written and performed by Stacy Mayer*+
Travel through "Incredible India!" with Stacy as she shares her stories of granola stealing monkeys, a meditation circle on bowel movements and discovering there is more to spirituality than Julia Roberts.
    * * * sharing the bill with * * *
"THE PRICE OF COURAGE"
Written and performed by Michele Fulves*+
The intended results and unintended consequences of following your conscience.



Thursday, March 21 at 7 pm
"HATE MALE AND THE SINS OF REBETHANY CHASTAIN"
Written by Daniel Guyton
Performed by Katlin Leslie and Lindsey LaFollette
Directed by L Marcus Williams
Two prison inmates share their terrifying stories of how they came to be arrested.
    * * * sharing the bill with * * *
"THE CALL"
Written and performed by Melanie Jones
A story told simultaneously by the central character's dark side and her highest self, The Call explores how someone's life can come together, even when everything's falling apart.



Friday, March 22 at 7 pm
"CHINESE GIRLS DON'T SWEAR BY LUCY WANG"
Written and performed by Lucy Wang
Directed by Anna Strasser
Chinese Girls. Everyone wants them. Come for an hour, laugh for a lifetime.  



Friday, March 22 at 9 pm
"SUNBURNT ON NAXOS"
Written and performed by Lea McKenna-Garcia
Design by Max Ward
What is the danger in being left alone with ourselves?
    * * * sharing the bill with * * *
"BURNING"
Written and performed by Heather Harpham
An evening of highly kinetic solo theatre about the calamity and absurd comedy of global climate change.



Saturday, March 23 at 5 pm
"IF I CAN'T DANCETHE COCA CRYSTAL STORY"
Written from first person interviews and performed by Danielle Quisenberry*+
Former EVO reporter Coca Crystal hosts a reunion show featuring political, historical, cultural and surprise guests interacting with you, her live in studio audience.



Sunday, March 24 at 7 pm
"NAKED"
Written and performed by Vanessa Shealy*
Directed by Melissa Attebery+
When you're trapped under a terrycloth robe, there's nothing else to do but talk your way out of it.
    * * * sharing the bill with * * *
"FELICITAS"
Written and performed by Libby Skala*
Music by Steven May
The true story of a tough-love Austrian baby nurse who struggles to balance her personal life with her professional devotion.



*AEA Member
+ EAT Member

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Location

TADA! Theater
15 W 28th St, 2nd Fl
New York, NY, NY 10001
United States


Categories

Arts > Theatre

Minimum Age: 0
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

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