Rattlestick Playwrights Theater Presents theaterjam3, 3/11

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Rattlestick Playwrights Theater presents theaterjam3, a one-day festival featuring the work of many of the company's favorite playwrights, actors and directors. The brainchild of playwright Dael Orlandersmith, the all day event will take place at the Rattlestick Theater (224 Waverly Place – off Seventh Avenue South between West 11th & Perry Streets) on Sunday, March 11th. Doors will open at 1:30pm.

There is a $10 suggested admission charge (cash only) for all day entry – and includes one free beer! There will even be a raffle drawing for amazing prizes. Patrons are free to come and go as they please and attend any – or all! – of the festival's many offerings. All proceeds will benefit Rattlestick's 2012-13 season.

The theaterjam schedule is as follows:

1:30pm: Doors Open/Raffle tickets on sale.

2:00pm: Tenny from Black 'n' Blue Boys written and performed by Dael Orlandersmith, directed by Christian Parker.

2:30pm: Lighthouse written by Charlotte Miller, directed by Dominic Spillane. Performed by Lindsey Andersen, Felipe Bonilla, Rosa Gilmore, Nicholas Gorham, Maren Langdon, and Martha Lee.

3:00pm: Snow Storm written by Christopher Oscar Peña, directed by Mary Birnbaum. Performed by Mikeala Feely-Lehman, Randy Harrison and Condola Rashaad,

3:30pm: Untitled new work written and performed by Heidi Schreck.

4:00pm: Did You Ever Watch the Wonder Years written by Torrey Townsend, directed by Craig Lucas. Performed by Dana Berger and Sam Breslin Wright.

4:30pm: Brad and Meredith at the End of the World written by Chana Porter, directed by Scott Rodrigue.

4:45pm: How it Tastes written by Nikole Beckwith, directed by Teddy Bergman. Performed by Molly Ward.

5:00pm: Everything You Touch written by Sheila Callaghan, directed by Rebecca Taichman. Performed by Camille Mana and Gregg Mozgala.

5:30pm-6: 30pm: Dinner Break and Raffle Drawing

6:30pm: The Heart in Your Chest written and directed by Kristen Palmer. Performed by Stephen Brown, Aaron Matteson, ChristiAnna Nelson, Matthew Trumbull, and Travis York.

7:00pm: Less Talk, More Efficiency written by Diana Stahl, directed by Melissa Chambers. Performed by Sarah Jane Casey, Keilly McQuail, MeLinda Nichols, and Diana Stahl

7:30pm: Julia and Eric written by Kristoffer Diaz, directed by Francisco Solorzano. Performed by Lisa Jill Anderson and Arthur Kriklivy.

7:45pm: Amends written and directed by Craig Lucas. Performed by Martin Moran.

8:00pm: A Little Part of All of Us written by Jesse Eisenberg, directed by Gaye Taylor Upchurch.
Performed by Tobias Segal and Charles Semine.

8:30pm: Home written by Lucy Thurber, directed by Jenna Worsham. Performed by Camille Mana, Cesar Rosado and Samantha Soule.

9:00pm: Little World Big World written by Jessica Dickey, directed by Stephen Brackett. Performed by Zach Shaffer and more.

9:30pm: Jeff Beaver written by Stephen Belber. Performed by Denis Butkus.

RATTLESTICK PLAYWRIGHTS THEATER (Producer) is a multi-award-winning company, which has produced over fifty world premieres in the past seventeen seasons and was the recipient of the 2007 Ross Wetzsteon Memorial OBIE Award for its work developing new and innovative work. Previous plays include Two Boys in a Bed, Message to Michael, Carpool, Volunteer Man, A Trip to the Beach, Ascendancy, Stuck, Vick's Boy, The Messenger, Saved or Destroyed, Neil's Garden, My Special Friend, Bliss, St. Crispin's Day, Where We're Born, Five Flights, Boise, Finer Noble Gases, Rag and Bone, God Hates The Irish: The Ballad of Armless Johnny, Miss Julie, Acts of Mercy: passion-play, Cagelove, It Goes Without Saying, War, Dark Matters, Stay, American Sligo, That Pretty Pretty; or The Rape Play, Geometry of Fire, Craig Wright's Lady (Drama Desk nominee – Outstanding Play of 2008) and The Pavilion (Drama Desk nominee - Outstanding Play of 2005), Faster, the Off-Broadway GLAAD Award-nominated hit The Last Sunday in June, The Amish Project, Slipping, The Aliens by Annie Baker (2010 Obie Award winner for Best New American Play), Killers and Other Family, Post No Bills, Blind, Little Doc, underneathmybed, There Are No More Big Secrets, The Hallway Trilogy, Carson McCullers Talks About Love, The Wood, HORSEDREAMS, Asuncion, Yosemite, and currently Jose Rivera's Massacre (Sing to Your Children) beginning April 4th.

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