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One Woman Standing - Emerging Artists New Works Series
TADA! Theater
New York, NY
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One Woman Standing - Emerging Artists New Works Series
ONE WOMAN STANDING
The New Works Series from Emerging Artists Theater Company

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, or 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 performance 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!


ONE WOMAN STANDING

Tuesday May 3rd @ 6:30
"LETTERS TO MY MOTHER (BUT REALLY FOR MY FATHER)"
Playwright/Performer: Kate Kaiser
Director:  Christine Goodman
Sometimes, the most important conversation you can have is with someone who is gone.
    sharing the bill with
"TWO TRUTHS AND A LIE"
Playwright/Performer: Lori Funk*
Director: Warren Kelley
Musical Director: Steven Katz
Through monologues, characters, characters doing monologues, songs, characters singing songs, and more, "Two Truths and a Lie" is a comedic, heartfelt, and semi-autobiographical recount of the life of Lori Funk, whose lies aren't nearly as original as her truths.


Friday May 6th @ 6:30
"CLUTTER: I'm Saving My Life and It's Killing Me"
Playwright/Performer: Nancy Redman*  
Director: Austin Pendleton**
Nancy, a hoarder, attempts to break her addiction after her landlord gives her an eviction notice with one week to get rid of her clutter.


Friday May 6th @ 8:30
"IN A RELATIONSHIP"
Playwright: Mila Golubov
Director: Daniella Caggiano
Performer: Helyn Rain Messenger
First comes friendship requests. Then comes relationship status. Then it gets tricky.
    sharing the bill with
"ROADSIDE ANGELS"
Playwright/Performer: Michele Fulves*
Director: Various Collaborative Angels
Roadside Angels  - a coming of middle age story about what's left when our dreams derail.


Saturday May 7th @ 8:30
"HOW LEAVING CAME TO ME "
Playwright: Richard Ballon
Director: Paul Condarcuri Jr
Performer: Rebecca Keohane
One day she was going to be too big to slide beneath her Mama's bed.
    sharing the bill with
"OH CHRISTMAS TREE "
Playwright: Richard Ballon
Director: Seth Michael May
Performer: Katy Ostrander
Jenny is waiting for her Mom and a Christmas tree is too big to hide from a mother who hates Christmas.
    sharing the bill with
"THE ROYAL WEIGHT WATCHER"
Playwrights: Brian J Borkowski and Franziska Huber
Performer: Franziska Huber
A fairy tale gone wrong! A tragicomic one-woman show about the scandalous life of Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, who has been constantly scrutinized and humiliated by the British Press for not being suitable for the British Royal Family.  


Sunday May 5th @ 6:00
"WHEN THOUGHTS ATTACK"
Playwright/Performer: Kelly Kinsella*
Director: Kate Hodge and Bilgin Turker
Can wielding your wit win your war with anxiety?


Monday May 9th @ 6:30
"IN HEAT"
Conceived/Created: Lisa Haas
Head Writer: Lisa Haas
Director/Contributing Writer: Jocelyn Sawyer**
Performer/Contributing Writer: Sally Sockwell*
Doris Anderson - Is she hot under her collar or under her skirt?


Wednesday May 11th @ 6:30
"PRIDE AND PREJUDICE"
Playwright/Performer: Mary Jane Wells*
Director: Peter Sander
"Think only of the past as its remembrance gives you pleasure."
Jane Austen.
Accompany the mature Elizabeth Bennet in this journey to Regency England when, in standing up for herself and her family with "pride and prejudice," she almost loses the love of Mr. Darcy.


Thursday May 12th @ 8:30
"BIG STAR CALIFORNIA"
Playwright: Zac Kline
Composer/Musical Director: Mark T Evans
Lyricist: Eric Kubo
Director: Troy Miller
Performer: Blair Baker*
Part play, part rock concert Big Star California follows a young woman coming of age against the vibrant backdrop of California and the Pacific Northwest.


Friday May 13th @ 6:30
"AFTER ANNE FRANK"
Writer/Performer: Carol Lempert*
Director: Janice L Goldberg, SSDC member**
Carol Lempert's true story about how performing in The Diary of Anne Frank 3 times over the course of her career taught lessons on life, God and family.


Saturday May 14th @ 8:30
"CECILY"
Playwright: Jack Rushen
Cecily Cardew, of The Importance of Being Earnest, sits in the garden sharing some fascinating subjects with her beloved diary.
    sharing the bill with
"AFTER ALL I'VE DONE FOR YOU"
Playwright: Orna Rawls
Director:  Marc Castle
Performer: Glory Gallo*
Learn from the experts.  A Certified Guilter tells you all you need to know about guilt, control and, no joke, laughter
     sharing the bill with
"CHASING THE SUNLIGHT"
Playwright/Performer: D'yan Forest*
A wild 76-year-old woman's journey throughout the world to find her sex, her soul, and her joy.  


Sunday May 15th @ 6:00
"FLOZETTA"
Playwright: Nadine Graham
Performer: Amelia Fowler
Director: Rachel Gordon
A one-woman, two-character show with music that follows the lifelong tumultuous relationship between straight-laced social worker Flo and her unstable, blues singer mother Henrietta.


Tuesday May 17 @ 8:30
"PRIDE FROM THE DOOR"
Playwright: Tanesha M. Ford
The story of addiction and denial, Pride from the Door invites the audience to a family (dys)function. As Belinda and Henry deal with the interracial relationship of their eldest child, Jackson, his addiction to alcohol takes on different dynamics.  We soon learn addiction has many faces.


Wednesday May 18 @ 6:30  2 Shows
"TRUTH"
Playwright: Sheree McHenry
Director: Paul Adams
Performer: Geany Masai*
This is the dramatic expose of one woman's search for her historical self and the trials that she faces along that journey.
     sharing the bill with
"INSIDE"
Playwright: Jane Altman
Collaborators & Performers: Laura Fois*, Blanche Cholet*, Michele Fulves*, Lue McWilliams*, Vivian Meisner*, Jane Altman*.  
Stage Directions: Irene Longshore
Where is "Inside?"  And why are they there???


Thursday May 19th @ 8:30
"THE F*CKING WORLD ACCORDING TO MOLLY"
Playwright/Performer: Andrea Alton*
Director: Mark Finley
Choreographer: John Paolilo
Molly "Equality" Dykeman is a lovable butch poet/security guard at PS 339.  Her mullet and her are having their first poetry show which will more than likely be a funny train wreck like the rest of Molly's life.  
     sharing the bill with
"BLANK SLATE"
Playwright/Performer: Holly Hepp-Galván
Blank Slate is a modern-day retelling of the myth of Daphne, where her face is replaced by a whiteboard and the world feels free to draw and erase her as they see fit.
     sharing the bill with
"LOVE IN THE TIME OF CHLAMYDIA"
Playwright/Performer: Nicole Pandolfo
Director: Jonathan Warman
Love In The Time Of Chlamydia is one woman's search for love in a world of absent dads, cheating boyfriends, and premature ejaculators.


Saturday May 21 @ 6:30  1 Show
"MY SALVATION HAS A FIRST NAME: A WIENERMOBILE JOURNEY"
Writer/Performer: Robin Gelfenbien
Director: Rachel Eckerling
Sound Designer: Marcelo Añez
Based on the true story of an insecure goody-goody's struggle to overcome bullying and find her true voice behind the windshield of the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile.

*Indicates a member Actors' Equity Association
**Indicates member of STAGE DIRECTORS AND CHOREOGRAPHERS SOCIETY

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Location

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


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Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

Contact

Owner: Emerging Artists Theatre Company
On BPT Since: Aug 23, 2010
 
212-247-2429
Paul Adams
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http://www.emergingartists...


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