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Theatre 167 Hosts BLOCK PARTY, Now thru 6/6

Theatre 167 Hosts BLOCK PARTY, Now thru 6/6

Now a resident company at the West End Theatre in the Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew 263 W. 86th Street, Theatre 167 announces a "Block Party" - a series of performances of new theatre works at various stages of development by our artists and friends.

167 Block Party includes two plays, two one-person shows, and one dance-theatre piece.

All events are open to the public. May events are $10; June events are free.

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TODAY, May 27 Mona Lisa Speaks by Jenny Lyn Bader; directed by Julie Kramer

May 31 Chicken-Fried Ciccone by J.Stephen Brantley; directed by David Drake

June 1 & 2 My Other Voice by Alex Kip; directed by Ari Laura Kreith

June 3 Rub by Joy Tomasko

June 4 & 5 & 6 Architectura conceived and directed by Nadine George-Graves

Born in a neighborhood where 167 languages are spoken, Theatre 167 creates, cultivates, and supports new work by artists of wide-ranging backgrounds, traditions, and beliefs. Theatre 167 experiments with form and process to create theatrical productions that celebrate a multiplicity of voices, and develops and produces new work that explores our essential humanity and builds bridges between and among our diverse communities.

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