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Non-Traditional: 2-Person Plays and Experimental Pieces: New Works Series From Emerging Artists Theatre (EAT)
TADA! Theater
New York, NY, NY
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Non-Traditional: 2-Person Plays and Experimental Pieces: New Works Series From Emerging Artists Theatre (EAT)
Non-Traditional: 2-Person Plays and Experimental Pieces 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

Friday, October 4 at 7 pm
"STRICKEN"
Shannon Stowe
New Dance Theatre is a movement-based theatre company committed to utilizing a wide variety of expressive forms to investigate the human experiences that transcend spoken language  the points at which the pedestrian and the profound collide. Our first piece "Stricken" uses Edna St. Vincent Millay's Sonnet II as inspiration. "Stricken" explodes and explores the moment when a relationship is all and nothing at the same time and what it means to carry on, living with the ghost of the experience.

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Saturday, October 5 at 9 pm
"HATE MYSELF IN THE MORNING"
Written by Duncan Pflaster
When Nicole brings policeman Scott home from the bar one night, he doesn't expect to be handcuffed to the bed the next morning. When Nicole begins physical and psychological torture, it's up to Scott to figure out what it is she wants from him.

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Sunday, October 6 at 5 pm
"THE HORSES IN CENTRAL PARK"
Written and Directed by Paul Hufker
Two horses, Snowy and Hope, have pulled the same carriage through the same strip of Central Park, taking the same path for years. Along the way they have lamented and loved, but have only ever turned to the "right." What if, for the first time in their lives, they turn "left?"

     sharing the bill with

"NAGASAKI"
Written by Kevin Brofsky
Tragedy can sometimes bring out the best in a marriage. Upper middle class couple, Ann and Darren are no strangers to tragedy, having lost their son on 9/11. Two years later, they await information concerning their daughter, missing on a camping trip. They muster the strength in each other to prepare for the worst possible news.

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Thursday, October 10 at 8 pm
"THE SHIRT OFF MY BACK"
Written by Scott Raker
Directed by Haas Regen
After moving in together, a young couple questions whether they're the right fit.

     sharing the bill with

"IN BROOKLYN HEIGHTS OLD LADIES STILL SAY, GOOD MORNING!"
Written and Directed by Haas Regen
A loquacious divorcee and a struggling actor/bartender discover a mutual fascination with New York City's ceaseless past.

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Friday, October 11 at 7pm
"BAYOU BLUES - DREAM OF DREAMS"
Written and Performed by Shaina Lynn
The second installation of the originally staged play "Bayou Blues." It is an experimental piece of theatre that explores the troubled journey of a young girl growing up in New Orleans. This poetic tale flows in monologue, music, and movement, and introduces new aspects to traditional black theatre.

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Saturday, October 12 at 5 pm
"ENCLAVE"
Written and Directed by Scott Klavan
I need to interrupt this festival so that my neighbors can speak to you about an important problem they are facing; sorry for any inconvenience  Scott Klavan

     sharing the bill with

"MAN OF THE HOUSE"
Written by Mark Lambeck
Directed by Christopher Borg
A Congressional candidate negotiates with his spouse to try to keep their family secret  at least until the election is over.

     sharing the bill with

"CEZANNE ON A CLEAR DAY"
Written by Richard Ploetz
Directed by Gary Shrader
Cezanne sought balance in the compositional elements of his paintings  colors and forms: a flask, a blue rug, a Chinese vase, Monroe, Gable, a cork  
arranging and rearranging them to achieve a pictorial mot juste. His most successful efforts, he said, were achieved on a "clear day."

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Saturday, October 12 at 7 pm
"SHINGLETOWN"
Written by Bianca Bloomfield
Directed by Julie Feltman
Jillian, 13, pressures her best friend Parker to get naked with her, in what at first seems to be a light hearted attempt at growing up. But soon it becomes clear that Jillian is grappling with a dark family history  one that innocent Parker might not be fit to handle.

     sharing the bill with

"CUSS"
Written by Skyler Volpe
A non-linear, mostly wordless celebration of six women who won't go down without a fight.

     sharing the bill with

"HERE"
Written by Allison Plamondon
Directed by Eric Rasmussen
When Mark can't remember how she takes her coffee, Natalie wonders who really is dreaming in this bittersweet short play about struggling to be... Here.

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Sunday, October 13 at 2 pm
"MAC AND CHEESE"
Written by Renee Flemings
Sex toys, a little bondage, whatever it takes to bring the spark back into a marriage... but sometimes you need to add a little explosive experimentation to heat things up.

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Sunday, October 13 at 5 pm
"MIRIAM"
Written by Diane Allison
Directed by Kathryn Bild
A new one-woman, two-puppet, two-act play about Moses' siblings  a sister who is lost in shame and a brother who travels centuries to save her with the help of a ditzy Brooklyn artist.

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Sunday, October 13 at 7 pm
"IMAGE"
Written by Jack Rushen
A red-hot young celebrity, Bria Madigan, is rushed to the hospital after a drug overdose and is on the brink of death.  A devious publicist, Corbett Brand, hatches a plot to have Bria's mother, Fiona, sign over to him the image rights that would make him a multi-millionaire, especially if Bria ends up dying.  But it has to be done quickly.  Will he succeed?

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Wednesday, October 16 at 9 pm
"TWO OF THEM, LOOKING"
Written by Katie Northlich
Directed by Jamie Watkins
Two companions are alone in a barren landscape trying to remember their forgotten destination.  Their mutual instability force them to self-examine and ask desperate questions in this existential play.

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Saturday, October 19 at 5 pm
"ESCAPE IN A WHITE TOYOTA"
Written by Robin Rice Lichtig
Directed by Bricken Sparacino
Not even a sheet to cover her downfall.

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Sunday, October 20 at 5 pm
"OFFICE BALLET"
Written by Molly Marinik
A physical exploration of a day at the office, examining the personalities and relationships within. Movement, a little dialogue, and an office supply orchestra offer a new take on a world that's all too familiar. Co-workers are your 9-5 ensemble!

     sharing the bill with

"A DREAM ON AN ISLAND"
Written by Jermaine Rowe
Set in Jamaica, a dramatic exploration of self identity through male child sexual abuse and homophobia.

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Monday, October 21 at 7 pm
"THE BRIDGE"
Written by Jessica Ranville
Truly and Roberta find solace in a place far away from the pressures and dangers of the outside world. When rumors cause their friendship to come under scrutiny, the two young girls are pushed to the brink. As outside accusations build, they realize their secrets might not be safe beyond their sacred meeting place and their lives are changed forever.

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Tuesday, October 22 at 9 pm
"KENTUCKY CANTATA"
Paul David Young
Determined to become an actress, Carolyn leaves the safety of her rural Kentucky home for New York, where she encounters Kareem, an immigrant taxi driver, in the parking lot of a Home Depot. In a new, innovative performance style, actors and musicians collaborate as equals by sharing the stage and delivering a dialogue in which each voice is balanced.

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Wednesday, October 23 at 7 pm
"MOZART: DAS MUSICAL! IT'S NOT A MUSICAL"
Written by Simon Winheld
Spend and evening with Mozart  the guy!

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

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