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Domestic Violence one of the issues addressed in the 15th Midtown International Theatre Festival 7/14 – 8/10, nyc

One of the issues that should always be addressed is Domestic Violence.

If the issue can be raised in an artistic endeavor, it might be more readily acknowledged.

To this end, we wish once again to note that Demerara Gold might be worthy of your support and time. It will have a limited run as part of the 2014 Midtown International Theatre Festival, now celebrating its 15th Season.

Domestic Violence. It occurs in too many households and for too long. To its victims, domestic abuse brings shame, lack of self love, and keeps them in fear. It is usually a family’s best kept secret. And it occurs in every social and economic strata. But fortunately, we’ve been hearing about such abuses in the media and in our communities more often these days. Victims are breaking the silence.

 

Numerous organizations have sprung up dedicated to finding justice for victims of domestic violence. One of these is One Billion Rising for Justice, a global organization that promotes justice for gender violence and sexual assault. According to One Billion Rising for Justice, one in three women in the world will be beaten or raped during their lifetimes. But men are also victims of domestic abuse… and children.

 

On Feb. 14, 2014, One Billion Rising For Justice dedicated the date as V-Day, a day to stand up and speak up for justice. It was a celebration where women sang, danced and shared their stories.

Various Police Departments have formed Special Victims Units to provide professional services to victims and their families who have been sexually and physically abused.

Free legal clinics targeting domestic violence and sexual assault victims are held at The University of California Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco.

Studies are being conducted on both the perpetrators and victims of domestic violence, hoping to understand its genesis and persistence. Millions of dollars have been raised in the effort to increase society’s awareness of domestic violence and aid victims.

Domestic Violence is a central theme in DEMERARA GOLD, a new one-woman show written by and featuring actress Ingrid Griffith. In her mostly-autobiographical play, Ms. Griffith takes us on a journey. We follow her childhood self as she is left in the South American nation of Guyana as her parents travel to the United States to seek a better life. We watch her struggle to come of age in a home dominated by her strong-willed grandmothers. When, finally, she joins her family in America, we watch as she tries to make sense of her new culture and the violence that has now become a normal occurrence in her family.

 

According to Prof. Greg Donaldson at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, immigrant families undergoing the trauma of relocation and the pressures of assimilation are particularly vulnerable to domestic violence.

 

Ingrid Griffith’s DEMERARA GOLD shines a light on this issue. DEMERARA GOLD is the first play about Guyana to be included in the line up at the Manhattan International Theatre Festival in New York City and it begins July 17-31. The play is poignant, entertaining and inspirational!

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The 2014 Festival will take place at The June Havoc Theatre, 312 W. 36th Street, 1st floor; The Dorothy Strelsin Theatre, 312 W. 36th Street, 1st floor; The TBG Theatre, 312 W. 36th Street, 3th floor; and The Jewel Box Theater, 312 W. 36th Street, 4th floor.

http://www.midtownfestival.org/playsbody2014.htm

THE 2014 LINEUP

 

Buy Tickets Here John Dirrigl presentsThe Bauer SistersWritten by John Dirrigl / Directed by Troy Diana

On a hot Saturday afternoon in July, 1986, two elderly German-American immigrant sisters discover and reveal secrets of their past which enables them to both move forward in their separate lives.(Comedy/Drama)

Performance Dates: July 16, 19, 20, 23, 31 – Aug 2, 3

Running time: 90 minutes

Venue: The Dorothy Strelsin Theatre – 312 W. 36th St., first floor

www.thebauersisters.com

Buy Tickets Here The Great Bear Folk Theatre & J. Omar Hansen presentBielzy and GottfriedWritten & Directed by J. Omar Hansen

If God and Satan got together to create a night of theatre what would it look like?(Musical)

Performance Dates: July 14, 16, 17, 19, 20

Running time: 120 minutes

Venue: The June Havoc Theatre 312 W. 36th St., first floor

Buy Tickets Here Rick Burd presentsChampagne LadyWritten by Rick Burd / Directed by Jane Stroll

It’s 1965. The Strauss’s live in a forty foot trailer in North Dakota. After Thanksgiving turkey, before jello dessert, the whole family goes free range on each other.(Drama)

Performance Dates: July 18, 25, 26, 27 – Aug: 1

Running time: 60 minutes

Venue: The Jewel Box Theater – 312 W. 36th St., fourth floor   

Buy Tickets Here Renee McNeil presentsChenel Star! “My Journey at the Strip Club”Written, directed and performed by Renee McNeil

A stripper tells her journey working at a strip club, with a hard lesson yet still to learn.(Solo/Comedy/Drama)Short Subject

Performance Dates: 15, 20, 22

Running time: 60 minutes

Venue: The Dorothy Strelsin Theatre – 312 W. 36th St., first floor      

Buy Tickets Here Associazione Culturale Teatro delle Ombre presentsClan MacbethWritten by Shakespeare / Directed by Daniele Scattina

A modern version of ever-present Shakespearian Macbeth reduced into three characters: Macbeth, Lady Macbeth and the Joker.(Drama)

Performance Dates: July 26 – Aug 1, 2, 3

Running time: 75 minutes

Venue: The Dorothy Strelsin Theatre – 312 W. 36th St., first floor

Buy Tickets Here Darknight Productions presentControlling InterestWritten and Directed by Kevin Clancy

A stressed business executive visits a dominatrix for a brief “vacation from responsibility” only to discover that she has a horrifying agenda of her own.(Drama)Short Subject

Performance Dates: July 21, 22, 23

Running time: 45 minutes

Venue: The Jewel Box Theater – 312 W. 36th St., fourth floor   

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Buy Tickets Here Michael Mack presentsConversations with My Molester: A Journey of FaithWritten and performed by Michael Mack / Directed by Daniel Gidron

What is the cost of forgiveness? Michael Mack’s prize-winning play about betrayal and grace – a true story.(Solo/Drama)

Performance Dates: July 14, 19, 30, 31 – Aug 2

Running time: 90 minutes

Venue: The Jewel Box Theatre – 312 W. 36th St., fourth floor

Buy Tickets Here Lucio Fernandez presentsComfortWritten & Directed by Jung Han Kim

About Comfort Women (Sex slaves during World War II) and current political issues around this topic expressed through movement and straight dialogues. Peter must produce a documentary film about Comfort Women when his boss disagrees with this project, and he meets Roksun, a comfort woman in his dream. A great mix between experimental movement & poetry about serious political matter that actually.(Drama)Short

Performance Dates: July 18, 19, 26, 27 – Aug 1

Running time: 60 minutes

Venue: The Jewel Box Theater – 312 W. 36th St., fourth floor  

Buy Tickets Here William Packard presentsCountdownWritten by William Packard

A convicted murderer learns on the day of his execution that his public defender may have made a fatal error in his defense.(Drama)Short Subject

Performance Dates: 15, 16, 20

Running time: 30 minutes

Venue: The Jewel Box Theater – 312 W. 36th St., fourth floor  



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Jim Kierstead presentsCoverWritten by Bill McMahon / Directed by Paul Michael (The Network)

Peter has a wife, and so does David. When the two men are catapulted into each others lives, everything they thought they knew — and everything they thought they were — is up for grabs. “Cover” is an eloquent, intelligent, and achingly funny examination of the fragility of even the most committed relationships. (Drama)

Performance Dates: July 15, ,17, 26, 27, 28, 29

Running time: 90 minutes

Venue: The Dorothy Strelsin Theatre – 312 W. 36th St., first floor

http://www.kiersteadproductions.com

Buy Tickets Here Christen Omantra Callahan presentsDeja Who?Written by Edward Eriksson / Directed by Peter Coriaty

Love is a funny thing.(Comedy/Drama)Performance Dates: July 19, 20, 22, 26, 27, 28, 29 – Aug 3

Running time: 90 minutes

Venue: The June Havoc Theatre – 312 W. 36th St., first floor

Buy Tickets Here Ingrid Griffith presentsDemerara GoldWritten & Performed by Griffith / Directed by Margit Edwards

The long-awaited visa to re-join her parents in America suddenly arrives and now a girl must dig even deeper to survive in her new home.(Solo/Comedy/Drama)

Performance Dates: July 17, 18, 19, 20, 24, 31

Running time: 75 minutes

Venue: The Dorothy Strelsin Theatre – 312 W. 36th St., first floor

Buy Tickets Here Meshelle presentDiary of a MILFWritten & Performed by Meshelle “The Indie-Mom of Comedy” / Directed by Rain Pryor

If you have a heartbeat you have one of these “A MOM” but it takes a fearless woman to be a MILF!.(Solo/Drama)

Performance Dates: July 19, 20, 24 – Aug 1, 2

Running time: 90 minutes

Venue: The Jewel Box Theater – 312 W. 36th St., fourth floor

www.meshelle.net



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Brian Catton presentsEddieWritten by Matthew Ethan Davis / Directed by Brian Catton

A hard of hearing student turns the life of a bully around.(Drama)

Performance Dates: July 16, 19, 27, 30 – Aug 3

Running time: 90 minutes

Venue: The Dorothy Strelsin Theatre – 312 W. 36th St., first floor

 Buy Tickets Here Pine Hill Production Company LLC and The Show Goes On Productions presentsEddie & the PalaceadesBook & Lyrics by Roy O’Neil / Music by Stephen Feigenbaum

You’re only young once, but the music lasts forever.(Musical)

Performance Dates: July 15, 21, 26, 30 – Aug 2, 3

Running time: 120 minutes

Venue: The June Havoc Theatre – 312 W. 36th St., first floor

www.eddieandthepalaceades.com

Buy Tickets Here Titus’ Arrow presentsEurydice DescendingWritten by Karin Fazio Littlefield / Directed by Roark Littlefield / Starring Gloria Lamoureux, Dianne Diep and Andy Phillips.

Wendy and Bill have spent six weeks at home together but they have not run into each other once.(Comedy)Short Subject

Performance Dates: July 29 – Aug 2, 3

Running time: 45 minutes

Venue: The Jewel Box Theater – 312 W. 36th St., fourth floor


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Break A Leg Prods presentsFarm HallWritten by David Cassidy / Directed by Gerald vanHeerden

August 1945, German nuclear scientists are held captive in an English country manor, Farm Hall, as atomic bombs are on their way to Japan. BASED ON A TRUE STORY(Drama

)Performance Dates: July 15, 19, 20

Running time: 75 minutes

Venue: The June Havoc Theatre – 312 W. 36th St., first floor


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The Rose Fortune Company presentsFORTUNE – A New Work for the Stage Inspired by the Life of Miss Rose Fortune, a Person of CharacterWritten & Produced by George Cameron Grant / Directed by Joy Kelly

The Most Unforgettable Woman You’ve Never Known.(Drama)

Performance Dates: July 19, 23, 25, 26 – Aug 2

Running time: 90 minutes

Venue: The June Havoc Theatre – 312 W. 36th St., first floor

www.RoseFortune.com

Buy Tickets Here Ensemble Atria presentsFrame 313Written by Bill Zeffiro /

A man becomes so obsessed with researching the Kennedy Assassination that he forgets to live and love in the present day.(Drama)

Performance Dates: July 17, 18, 23, 24 – Aug 1, 2

Running time: 90 minutes

Venue: The June Havoc Theatre – 312 W. 36th St., first floor

www.ensembleatria.com

 



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Debbie Lannen & Herb McCollom Jr., presentThe Geezer GameWritten by Herb McCollom, Jr. / Directed by Debbie Lannen

Age and Arthritis battle youth at the mis-match game of the century.Doc and his over-the-hill friends are conned into playing a charity touch football game against a much younger team (Comedy)

Performance Dates: July 23, 24, 25, 26, 26

Running time: 75 minutes

Venue: The Dorothy Strelsin Theatre – 312 W. 36th St., first floor


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Bluestone presentsGlam NightWritten by Chip Wheat

A pair of aging bachelors who think they’re still players. Two jaded girls tired of the New York scene. A chance meeting at the Tiki Lounge on Glam Night gives them a shot at changing their lives; some take it others don’t.(Comedy

)Performance Dates: July 17, 20, 24, 26, 27

Running time: 75 minutes

Venue: The Jewel Box Theater – 312 W. 36th St., fourth floor


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Mark Rosati presentsHimmelreichWritten by Mark Rosati / Directed by Juan Reinoso

In the last days of World War II, Audie Murphy, the handsome farmhand who became the most decorated American soldier of the war and later a movie star, encountered a man he believed to be SS Colonel Otto Skorzeny, an avatar of Nazism and one of the most dangerous men in the Third Reich.(Drama)Short Subject

Performance Dates: July 15, 16, 20

Running time: 45 minutes

Venue: The Jewel Box Theater – 312 W. 36th St., fourth floor


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Jim Vrabel presentsHomage to Henry: A Dramatization of John Berryman’s The Dream Songs.Written by John Berryman & Jim Vrabel / Directed by Jim Vrabel

Henry tries to find meaning in art and life while struggling with wine, women, fame, and faculty meetings.(Solo/Drama)

Performance Dates: July 19, 20

Running time: 75 minutes

Venue: The Dorothy Strelsin Theatre – 312 W. 36th St., first floor

Buy Tickets Here Mergatroyd Productions presentsJulia & BuddyWritten & Directed by N. G. McClernan

Sparks fly between a neurotic philosopher and a dysfunctional maintenance man – what could possibly go right?Philosophy professor Julia can’t leave her apartment without having a panic attack and maintenance man Buddy has problems of his own. Throw in a dead German philosopher, a space cowboy and a secret affair and what could possibly go wrong? This romantic comedy was originally a one-act in the 2010 MITF and developed from there into a full-length play – and now its world premiere is here in the 2014 MITF. (Comedy)

Performance Dates: July 17, 18, 19, 27 – Aug 2

Running time: 90 minutes

Venue: The Jewel Box Theater – 312 W. 36th St., fourth floor

http://www.mergatroyd.org/juliabuddy/



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Marc Eardley presentsLong DivisionWritten by James Presson / Directed by Marc Eardley

Long Division is a feisty, fast, and wicked play about family and economics.(Comedy?Drama)

Performance Dates: July 14, 18, 19, 22, 26

Running time: 90 minutes

Venue: The June Havoc Theatre – 312 W. 36th St., first floor



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MFB West 23 Productions presents Lottie and LeoWritten & Directed by Michael F Bruck

Lottie and Leo: A little story about a big love.(Comedy/Drama)Short Play

Performance Dates: July 28 – Aug 2, 3

Running time: 60 minutes

Venue: The Dorothy Strelsin Theatre – 312 W. 36th St., first floor



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Pat Holley presents Me And Caesar LeeBook/Music/Lyrics by Pat Holley / Directed by Jonathan Warman

Year 1985: A 43-year-old recording star/ songwriter becomes deeply infatuated with the 22-year-old manager of a teenage singing group. When they betray her, she confronts the haunting legacy of her mother’s suicide and her own desire to live.(Musical/Drama)

Performance Dates: July 14, 18, 21, 23, 26, 31 – Aug 6, 8

Running time: 90 minutes

Venue: The TBG Theatre – 312 W. 36th St., third floor

Buy Tickets Here Aaron Michael Krueger presents New DawnWritten by Aaron Michael Krueger / Directed by Lexie Fennell Frare

Football Captain Joey Johnson and his peers discover that life’s always darkest before the dawn. (Musical/LGBT)

Performance Dates: July 16, 20, 27, 31 – Aug 3

Running time: 120 minutes

Venue: The June Havoc Theatre – 312 W. 36th St., first floor

Buy Tickets Here Phillip Rudy presentsPistrixWritten by Annie R. Such / Directed by Michael Alvarez

A small village intent on moving into the 20th century disappears overnight, burned to the ground by a grief stricken and deranged toymaker. While institutionalized, he recounts his story and ventures to discover what is reality and what is delusion.(Drama)

Performance Dates: July 18, 22, 27, 30 – Aug 1

Running time: 90 minutes

Venue: The Dorothy Strelsin Theatre – 312 W. 36th St., first floor

Buy Tickets Here Ken Kruper presentsRoman FeverProduced & Written by Ken Kruper(Musical)

Performance Dates: July 28, 29 – Aug 3

 

Running time: 60 minutes

Venue: The Jewel Box Theater – 312 W. 36th St., fourth floor

Buy Tickets Here Painted-Pistachio Productions PresentsSaganaki SerenadeWritten & Directed by Douglas DuBrin

In this frenzied “existential farce,” a trio of hard-partying urbanites (alongside a swaggering, hyper-amorous waiter) are immersed in an Ouzo- and saganaki-soaked bloody badinage about the definition of reality and the merits of video porn.(Comedy)

Performance Dates: July 28, 29, 30

Running time: 45 minutes

Venue: The Jewel Box Theater – 312 W. 36th St., fourth floor

Buy Tickets Here Glynn Borders presentsSleep WellWritten by Glynn Borders

What happens when two dudes with weird energy become roommates? Darkness.(Comedy)Short Subject

Performance Dates: July 19, 27 – Aug 2

Running time: 30 minutes

Venue: The Dorothy Strelsin Theatre – 312 W. 36th St., first floor

Buy Tickets Here Yellow Dream Productions & Cassandra Powell presentStoryville BluesWritten & Directed by Cassandra Powell

A melodramatic tale of identity, love and freedom like you’ve never seen before.(African-American Drama)

Performance Dates: July 25, 26, 27

Running time: 90 minutes

Venue: The Dorothy Strelsin Theatre – 312 W. 36th St., first floor

Buy Tickets Here Brierpatch Productions on behalf of VH Theatrical Development Foundation presents This Will All Be YoursWritten by Laura Pedersen / Music & Lyrics by Charles Bloom / Directed by Ludovica Villar-Hauser

The Past and the Future collide on one Family’s Farm(Musical)

Performance Dates: July 17, 19, 20, 22, 23, 25, 28, 30 – Aug 2, 2, 4, 7

Running time: 90 minutes

Venue: The TBG Theatre – 312 W. 36th St., third floor

Buy Tickets Here Mixing It Up Productions LLC & Fred Rohan-Vargas present Tide Beyond the RiftWritten by Fred Rohan-Vargas / Directed by Jose A. Esquea

The absence of family causes an old man to impersonate a woman’s father.(Drama)

Performance Dates: July 14, 19, 27, 31 – Aug 2

Running time: 90 minutes

Venue: The Jewel Box Theater – 312 W. 36th St., fourth floor

Buy Tickets Here Lark Productions presentsThe DarkroomWritten by Jeanne Chenault Porter / Directed by Richard James Porter

Sparked by the discovery of a box of WWII photographs, Ben,a lonely, bitter old man and his slacker nephew, Harold, form a relationship and restart their lives. Ben’s apartment becomes their so-called “darkroom” where good things and bad begin to develop.(Drama)Short Subject

Performance Dates: July 15, 16, 20

Running time: 45 minutes

Venue: The Jewel Box Theater – 312 W. 36th St., fourth floor  

Buy Tickets Here SUNPROJECT presentsTHE SWANS – a new dance musicalWritten by Sun ae Hwang & Shino Frances

A nasty swans’ cabaret show & their inside stories behind the stage @ the SLC (Swan Lake Club)(Comedy)Short

Performance Dates: July 24, 25, 26, 27

Running time: 60 minutes

Venue: The June Havoc Theatre – 312 W. 36th St., first floor   

Buy Tickets Here Benjamin Simpson presentsWarp Speed: a Sci Fi Parody Musical!Book by Clara Hoch & Eva Thorpe; Music by Brandon Boling, Erich Hoch, Elvis Miller, Henry Koperski, Shawn Hollenbach, Jason J. Michael, and Jacob Yates; Lyrics by Clara Hoch, Eva Thorpe, Amanda Humphreys, and Christopher Noffke; Directed and Choreographed by Christopher Noffke; Musical direction by Kevin B. Winebold.

Set your phasers to hilarious as you join the crew of the Interstellar to venture into the last of the final frontiers: Live Musical Theater!(Musical)

Performance Dates: Aug 1, 2, 3, 3, 5, 6, 9, 10

Running time: 120 minutes

Venue: The TBG Theatre – 312 W. 36th St., third floor

Buy Tickets Here Brandon Smithey presentsThe Whole Damn ThingWritten by Jessica PenziasWhen life gives you lemons, sometimes it’s best to run away.(Comedy/Drama)

Performance Dates: July 16, 20, 23, 29 – Aug 2, 3

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Running time: 90 minutes

Venue: The Dorothy Strelsin Theatre – 312 W. 36th St., first floor


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Joshua Young presentWoodstock ’99Written by Joshua Young / Directed by Alex GerdtsTwitter becomes the stage for Shelly’s painful past.(Drama)

Performance Dates: July 21, 27, 28, 31 – Aug 3

Running time: 90 minutes

Venue: The June Havoc Theatre – 312 W. 36th St., first floor

John Chatterton presentsCabaret MITF consists of programs featuring traditional cabaret performers, tributes to Broadway musicals, singer-songwriters, variety acts, and a little rock-and-roll. Every night a new program of unique performers.

Performance Dates:
Doors Open 9:30pm and All Performances Start at 10:00pm. Food and Drinks Will Be Served.
Thursday, July 17, 2014 Cabaret MITF Opening Gala Starring Bill Zeffiro and featuring special vocal guests performing a Tribute to the Golden Age of Broadway The TBG Theatre
Friday, July 18, 2014 Jennifer Pace performing an evening of Rosemary Clooney Songs The Dorothy Strelsin
Saturday, July 19, 2014 Jeffrey Williams The Dorothy Strelsin
Thursday, July 24, 2014 Amy Wolk The Dorothy Strelsin
Friday, July 25, 2014 Chloe’ Perrier From France, a night of French torch songs. The Dorothy Strelsin
Saturday, July 26, 2014 Lennie Watts presents ROCKARRANGE. The Dorothy Strelsin
Thursday, July 31, 2014 Ricky Ritzel The Dorothy Strelsin
Friday, August 1, 2014 The Sometime Boys in Americana Jam The Dorothy Strelsin
Saturday, August 2, 2014 Jon Pousette-Dart Legendary Singer/Songwriter The Dorothy Strelsin

Running time: 90 minutes

Venues: The Dorothy Strelsin Theatre – 312 W. 36th St., first floor – The TBG Theatre – 312 W. 36th St., third floor

Come Join The Cabaret!!! 

Short Play Lab
Buy Tickets Here MITF presentsShort Play Lab – Program A & BThe Short Play Lab comprises 2 programs of plays no longer than 10 pages each. Each program contains about 10 plays and runs about 90-120 minutes.Performance Dates: July 25Running time: 90-120 minutes Venue: The Jewel Box Theater – 312 W. 36th St., fourth floorFor more information about the Short Play Lab press this Button

Buy Tickets Here MITF presentsShort Play Lab – Program A & BThe Short Play Lab comprises 2 programs of plays no longer than 10 pages each. Each program contains about 10 plays and runs about 90-120 minutes.Performance Dates: July 26Running time: 90-120 minutes Venue: The Jewel Box Theater – 312 W. 36th St., fourth floorFor more information about the Short Play Lab press this Button 
Staged Readings
MITF presents Home BodySometimes you need a helping hand to move on, even from beyond the grave.Performance Dates: July 30, 2 pm.Running time: 90 minutesVenue: The June Havoc Theatre – 312 W. 36th St., first floorTHIS IS A STAGE READING. THERE WILL BE NO ADVANCE TICKETS.
ALL TICKETS WILL BE DISTRIBUTED AT THE DOOR.
MITF presents Old Men Are Full of S**TPerformance Dates: July 23, 3 pm.Running time: 90 minutesVenue: The June Havoc Theatre – 312 W. 36th St., first floorTHIS IS A STAGE READING. THERE WILL BE NO ADVANCE TICKETS.
ALL TICKETS WILL BE DISTRIBUTED AT THE DOOR.
MITF presents Soundview SummerPerformance Dates: July 31, 3 pm.Running time: 90 minutesVenue: The June Havoc Theatre – 312 W. 36th St., first floorTHIS IS A STAGE READING. THERE WILL BE NO ADVANCE TICKETS.
ALL TICKETS WILL BE DISTRIBUTED AT THE DOOR.
MITF presents To Win A Crown Of ThornsPerformance Dates: Aug 1, 2 pm.Running time: 90 minutesVenue: The June Havoc Theatre – 312 W. 36th St., first floorTHIS IS A STAGE READING. THERE WILL BE NO ADVANCE TICKETS.
ALL TICKETS WILL BE DISTRIBUTED AT THE DOOR.
MITF presents Your Name On My LipsMusic, book & lyrics by Eric B. Sirota / Directed by Angie Kristic / Music Dir. by Devra SeidelA young artist tries to hold onto his childhood friend and love of his life, as she grows and changes, with the materialistic world tugging her away from him.(Musical)Performance Dates: July 29, 2 pm.Running time: 120 minutesVenue: The June Havoc Theatre – 312 W. 36th St., first floorTHIS IS A STAGE READING. THERE WILL BE NO ADVANCE TICKETS.
ALL TICKETS WILL BE DISTRIBUTED AT THE DOOR.

 

 

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