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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 Fall 2013

October 4th through 27th
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IMPORTANT BOOKING INFORMATION: Each title in the series has only one performance, one date, one time, so please take special note of the details for the show you've chosen and book accordingly. Then check the listings for our other series on offer during this festival. Visit www.emergingartiststheatre.org for more information.

All tickets are $10
All performances at:
TADA! Theater 15 West 28th St, 2nd floor
Between Broadway and 5th Avenue

Curators: Paul Adams, Barbara Grecki, Derek Jamison, Scott Klavan, Jessica Phillips Lorenz, Scott Raker, Vanessa Shealy

Emerging Artists returns with their one-of-a-kind festival. Visit the theater any evening during this three-week event, and you'll find yourself transported in a number of surprising ways: by a single performer embodying a whole host of characters; by a non-traditional piece that challenges and delights; by a cozy two-person show exploring relationships; or perhaps by a bouncy new musical that has you humming. Emerging Artists has always been about new works, new talents, new voices. That's never been more evident than now.

THE SHOWS

Saturday, October 5 at 7 pm
"BILLY JOE"
Written by Bette Carlson Siler
Martha's best friend is a rather talented fly named Billy Joe. As they breakfast together (Billy Joe is not terrific with the cutlery), Martha is inspired to realize a dream.

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Tuesday, October 8 at 7 pm
"JESUS H"
Written by Mariah Freda
Watch Mariah give new meaning to the term "captive audience" as she takes us on a journey into her religious past all while buckled in aboard a Boeing 757.

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Wednesday, October 9 at 7 pm
"HI, HITLER"
Written by Lucie Pohl
A hilarious and honest one-woman show about a Jewish-German immigrant girl who grows up in a crazy artist family in downtown New York and is fascinated by Hitler. All she wants is to be normal and to belong. But the odds are against her. And so is homeland security.

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Saturday, October 12 at 7 pm
"FROM HERE TO MATERNITY"
Written by Rhea Ruggiero
To what extent will a woman go to fulfill her dreams of motherhood?

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Monday, October 14 at 7 pm
"MORE THAN YOU KNOW, A HELEN MORGAN CABARET"
Written by Lauren Stanford
Late nights in prohibition-era NYC you could find singer Helen Morgan iconically perched on the piano at her club, relying too much on brandy and "torching," until even the most hardened gangster wept into his beer.

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Tuesday, October 15 at 7 pm
"RANDOM ACTS"
Written by Renata Hinrichs
What happens when a young girl is left to fend for herself on the streets of the south side of Chicago in the late '60's? Her father, a Lutheran minister, wants to change the world, and her mother just wants to be the perfect pastor's wife. Does this young girl have a Guardian Angel, and where is the Angel when the time comes to face a few dark secrets?

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Wednesday, October 16 at 7 pm
"THE NEGRO WHISPERER"
Written by Michelle T. Johnson
"The Negro Whisperer" is a one-woman tragi-comedy about a mythological figure who travels through time and space to give advice and warnings to African-Americans.

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"WOMAN IN THE DARK"
Written by Elizabeth Murray
Dangling between hilarity and terror, a young woman is trapped in an elevator above Grand Central Station ten years ago during the Black Out of 2003. Waiting for hours to be located and rescued Elizabeth Alice Murray takes on multiple character as she recounts her journey from panic and anxiety to resentment and optimistic mania.

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Friday, October 18 at 5 pm
"MOM BABY GOD"
Written by Madeline Burrows
Forty years after Roe v. Wade, "MOM BABY GOD" explores how girls develop a sense of self and sexuality amidst the ongoing political backlash against feminism and reproductive rights.

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Saturday, October 19 at 5 pm
"CONNECTION"
Written by Susan Laubach
Desperately homesick, far from home and alone, Sarah waits for the nightly call from her husband but it doesn't come. Something is terribly wrong.

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Saturday, October 19 at 9 pm
"BURNING"
Written by Heather Harpham
A highly kinetic, semi-comic romp through the absurd landscapes of climate change where comedy, tragedy, activism and cautious optimism collide. Using movement, song, monologue, and otherworldly images, the piece pings between Hurricane Sandy, our obsession with apocalyptic movies, NPR's narcoleptic effect, and the million trivial tasks that preoccupy us while Rome burns.

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Sunday, October 20 at 7 pm
"SAND AND SILENCE"
Written by Rasa Allan Kazlas
An extension of my adventures as a performer with a mime company in Afghanistan now includes new exploits and mishaps in mysterious Saudi Arabia! I'm a woman! It's Ramadan! The religious police are out in force! Theater is forbidden! What are we doing here?!?

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Tuesday, October 22 at 7 pm
"ON THE WAY TO THE WATERFALL"
Written by Meghan Cary
In the words of John Lennon: "Life is what happens while you're busy making other plans." So when the path you're traveling is obliterated by some unforeseen disaster, is it tragedy? Or is the repeated reinventing of oneself what life is all about? Follow Meghan as she wends her way from the life she knew she'd live to the life she's come to know on the way to the waterfall.

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Wednesday, October 23 at 7 pm
"IT HAPPENED IN THE PARK"
Written by Kassi Dougherty
A Psychedelic Rock Opera Cartoon Experience!

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Wednesday, October 23 at 9 pm
"MONA LISA SPEAKS"
Written by Jenny Lyn Bader
Directed by Julie Kramer.
A play from the point of view of the world's most famous woman and most famous painting, set in 1911 when she was stolen from the Louvre museum and lived in a squalid apartment for two years. Inspired by real events.

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Location

TADA! Theater
15 W 28th Street
New York, NY, NY 10001
United States


Categories

Arts > Theatre

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