Fresh Produce’d May 16th 8PM


It’s our one year anniversary of bringing you fresh new theatre, and we’re gonna celebrate! Come at 7:30 for live music, wine, and cupcakes, plus a few surprises. And as always, 3 incredible new short plays!

We’ve also just launched our Indiegogo campaign to raise money for Year 2. To support new play development click HERE!

On the 3rd Thursday of each month we workshop 3 new short plays by 3 new playwrights.
All performances will start at 8p.m. (runtime is approx. 1.5 hrs.) Doors open at 7:30.

The Arthur Seelen Theater
250 West 40th Street, NY
(Downstairs at The Drama Bookshop)

Tickets: All performances are by donation at the door

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Sell it Hard by Cecilia Copeland, directed by Dina Vovsi
There is a world we’re supposed to buy into and it’s sold to us at every corner. It looks like money and smells like success, but sometimes the layers of the world we’re supposed to want and the one that is actually true all come colliding together into one moment when you see the person next to you and they see you.

Laura Delhauer
Amanda Marikar
Salvatore Mitsou
Michael Grew

The Reason for Play by Lavinia Roberts, directed by Irene Kapustina
A mother attempts to assist her young, pregnant daughter.

Deirdre Garrett
Sarah Goosmann
Ginny Venk

Sexless in the Boroughs by Colleen O’Connor, directed by Kyle Metzger
A show based on your classic story of an old virgin living in Queens. The show chronicles the highlights and mostly lowlights of one girl’s journey navigating romance, life, and her own self doubts in the Big Apple. It’s a coming of age story…but about ten years after everyone else’s.

Colleen O’Connor
David Lind
Annie Rubino

With Musical Guest Dan Emino


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