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League of Professional Theatre Women present ORAL HISTORY: Stockard Channing interviewed by Patrick Pacheco
Monday, February 2, 2015 at 6:00PM
Bruno Walter Auditorium
New York Public Library
for the Performing Arts at
65th Street & Amsterdam Avenue
This program is produced by Betty Corwin.
FREE Admission, Seating First Come First Served
Members of LPTW, Friends of LPTW, and Affiliate Organizations may
This program is made possible, in part, with public funds from the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council.
The Oral History program enjoys continued support from The Edith Meiser Foundation.
written & performed by Terri Mateer
354 West 45th Street NYC
January 16, 2015 - February 8, 2015
In " a kind shot ", Mateer dribbles a ball while telling the story of her life...beginning with how an African American boarder named Ike, taught a 6'1" sixth grade Mateer to play basketball. It's an uplifting, honest, no-holds-barred personal account that chronicles her years as a professional basketball player, aspiring architect and model.
USE CODE "AKS13" FOR $13 TICKETS (USUALLY $18)
A Beautiful Day on the Banks of the Greatest of the Great Lakes
by Kate Benson
directed by Lee Sunday Evans
New Georges & Women's Project Theater
City Center Stage II
131 West 55th Street
January 12, 2015 - February 7, 2015
Scenic Design: Sara C. Walsh
Lighting Design: Barbara Samuels
Costume Design: Kathleen Doyle
"For those of you just tuning in, Thanksgiving is already in progress here at Wembly kitchen. The stands are nice and full, it's quite a crowd that's gathered. They're in for a real treat."
A New York Times Critic's Pick!
"Spectacularly inventive! Ms. Benson, the playwright, is fearless and remarkably assured in this dizzyingly entertaining work, which the program describes as her first full production. And the direction of Ms. Evans unfurls it on the Dixon Place stage with wit and verve, conjuring the story - the preparation and serving of a gigantic family dinner - without so much as a salad plate in sight."
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written & choreographed by Margaret Morrison
directed & designed by Cheryl King
Stage Left Studio
214 West 30th Street, 6th Floor
Between 7th - 8th Avenues
New York, NY 10001
January 13 - March 10, 2015
Can the love of two women survive the black-white divide? In 1939 London, male impersonator Miss Jimmie LeRoy and pianist Claire Hicks have lived, loved, and performed together for 3 years. The gathering storm of war and a letter from home plummet them into the harsh reality of returning to a segregated U.S. As they pack to leave, the specters of exile and hatred make the very dream of their love seem impossible. Starring Margaret Morrison and Ava Jenkins, directed by Cheryl King.
"A well-constructed blend of courage, love, rebellion and self-preservation"
USE CODE "HOMEHALF" FOR $12 TICKETS (USUALLY $22)
Pan Asian Rep
Beckett Theatre at Theatre Row
410 W. 42nd St
January 17 - February 8, 2015
Set design: Sheryl Liu
Costume design: Carol Pelletier
Lighting design: Marie Yokoyama
Winner of the Ovation Award for Best World Premiere Play, FILM CHINOIS is an atmospheric noir drama with equal measure of spy-versus-spy intrigue and dangerous romantic liaisons set in 1947 China, an uneasy time between WWII and the imminent Communist takeover two years later.
USE CODE "TRMystery" FOR $36.25 TICKETS
or Students (25 and under, w/ valid ID, 2 per ID) $25 use code "TRFCStu"
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with the subject "Member Corner and Title of Your Show"
TOSCANA (A Reading)
Written by Marta Mondelli
Directed by Lilleth Glimcher
The Flea Theater
January 23rd at 6:00PM
Toscana explores the dynamics between two couples who have found themselves in a deserted hotel in Tuscany. As they see what they are not in one another, they must come to terms with their own truths.