BE A GOOD LITTLE WIDOW, CLOVEN TONGUES and More to Play The Wild Project, Now thru Nov 2013
Check out what's on at The Wild Project, now through November 2013. Details below!
Now - September 22
BE A GOOD LITTLE WIDOW a new play by Bekah Brunstetter, directed by Elena Araoz
With Aamira Welthy, Peter O'Connor, Lucas Salvagno, and Chris Holliday
Thursdays-Saturdays at 8PM, Sundays at 3PM
Purchase tickets via www.brownpapertickets.com
Melody is an adult or at least she thinks she is. She has a house in the burbs, a successful lawyer husband Craig with a cute assistant Brad, even a disapproving mother in law, Hope, to contend with. But between midday yoga, interior decorating, and dinner parties Melody feels something just isn't right. When the unthinkable happens Melody is thrust into a world of black dresses and funeral plans but can Hope really teach her what it means to BE A GOOD LITTLE WIDOW? A surprising dark comedy that explores love, loss, and everything that comes after.
October 2 - October 26
AND MILES TO GO by Chad Beckim, directed by Hal Brooks
With Randy Danson (Wicked on Broadway), Andy Prosky (King Lear on Broadway at Lincoln Center), Jeff Wilburn (After.), Stephanie Berry (MTC's Drowning Crow), Tre Davis (The Rubber Room at FringeNYC), Brian D. Coats, Devika Bhise, Keona Welch, and Gabe Millman
Produced by Partial Comfort Productions
Wednesday - Saturday at 8 PM
Disadvantaged students. A disheartened administration. A disintegrated infrastructure. Adele Priam has seen the very best and worst in her 50 years as a teacher in the classroom of a New York City public school. As the Board of Education considers shuttering the school, this teacher and her community will forever be changed. A play about the frailty of life, legacy, and our education system.
November 8 - November 23
CLOVEN TONGUES by Victor Lesniewski, directed by Michelle Bossy
With Casey Biggs, Ema Lakovi? and additional casting TBA
Performance Schedule Tues-Wed at 7PM, Thurs-Fri at 8PM, Sat at 2PM & 8PM, and Sun at 3PM (Please note, there is 2 PM performance on Saturday, November 16)
When Lela, a woman with an unknown past, is arrested and held at the Canadian border, she is taken in by Jenny, a social worker, and Ronald, a priest, who find it takes nothing less than a miracle to unlock her deepest secrets. As Lela's brutal personal history is revealed, Jenny and Ronald struggle with how best to heal her and find that they must also come to terms with their reasons for trying to help her in the first place. A riveting drama about the effects of sex trafficking and war, CLOVEN TONGUES is a fierce, biting new play that examines the power and limitations of communication, altruism, and faith.
All performances are at The Wild Project (195 E. 3rd Street, between Avenues A & B). Tickets can be purchased from OvationTix on 212.352.3101 or online at www.thewildproject.com. The Box Office opens one hour prior to curtain.
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