Articulate Theatre to Bring ARTICULATING THE ARTS: OFF THE WALL to TADA!, 9/13-14

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Articulate Theatre to Bring ARTICULATING THE ARTS: OFF THE WALL to TADA!, 9/13-14

Articulate Theatre and Artistic Director Cat Parker, are pleased to announce their two-night-only benefit event ARTICULATING THE ARTS: OFF THE WALL, taking some of the most famous classic paintings "off the wall" on to the stage. Introducing new plays by James A. Biederman (The Whitest Kids U'Know, The Jamie Kennedy Experiment, The Kids in the Hall), Tom Dulack (Breaking Legs), Allan Knee (The Man Who Was Peter Pan, Little Women, Late Night Comic), Russell Lees (Nixon's Nixon), Robin Rice Lichtig, William LoCasto, Jamie Neumann, Eric Percival, Daniel Talbott (Afghanistan, Zimbabwe, America, Kuwait) and Robert Verlaque (Icarus Sings).

ARTICULATING THE ARTS: OFF THE WALL plays Saturday, September 13th at 8 p.m. and Sunday, September 14th at 6:30pm at TADA! Youth Theater (15 West 28th Street, New York, NY 10001). Tickets are $40-25 and are now available at www.ArticulateTheatre.com.

Articulating the Arts is Articulate Theatre Company's signature benefit event. It brings together Articulate Theatre's company members and guest artists with unique works of art to use as a springboard and source of inspiration for new theatre works. Their first session focused on playwrights taking "one image" and giving us "a thousand words." This session takes the images "Off The Wall" and puts them on the stage.

The line up includes:

The Barmaid
Written by Allan Knee, directed by Katrin Hilbe.

What Price Beauty: A Dealer's Nightmare
Written by Tom Dulack, directed by Katrin Hilbe.

Metal Solstice
Written by William LoCasto, directed by Eric Siegel.

Out of Eden
Written by Robert Verlaque, directed by Joyia D. Bradley.

The Tree of Sool and Kword
Written by Eric Percival, directed by Cat Parker.

Van Gogh Gives A TED Talk
Written by Russell Lees, directed by Cat Parker.

Tennessee Woman
Written and directed by Jamie Neumann.

Focus Group
Written and directed by James A. Biederman.

In the Beginning...
Written by Robin Rice Lichting, directed by Eric Siegel.

You Go Forward and I Follow
Written by Daniel Talbott, directed by Cat Parker.

All proceeds benefit Articulate Theatre's upcoming season of new plays. Ticket packages range from $40.00 (Deluxe: Reserved seating, 10 raffle tickets, After Party Open Bar), $30.00 (Premium: General Admission, 4 raffle tickets) to $25.00 (General Admission). Tickets are now available at www.ArticulateTheatre.com.

The TADA! Youth Theater is located at 15 West 28th Street, New York, NY 10001 between Broadway and 5th Avenue. Subway: Closest: R, W, (N: Late Nights & Weekends) to 28th St.; Q, N, R, W, B, D, F, V to 34th St. Walk south on B'way & turn left on 28th St. Bus: M6, M7 to Broadway & 28th Street; M3, M5 to 5th Avenue & 29th Street; X1, X6, X7, X9 to 5th Avenue & 28th Street; BM1, BM2, BM3, BM4 to 5th Avenue & 30th Street; X10B, X10C, X12, X14, X17C, X12 to 5th Avenue & 27th Street.

Articulate Theatre Company is an ensemble driven company who thrive on being storytellers. Our simple mantra is 'good stories, told well.' Guided by the three definitions of 'articulate,' -clarity, structure and connectivity- we are committed to challenging and connecting audiences and artist with clearly structured work that is intelligent, thought-provoking and visually striking.

This presentation is not a production by TADA! Youth Theater.

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