SIR PATIENT FANCY, WITCH CAMP and More Set for The Wild Project, Now thru April 2014
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Saturday, March 15 - Saturday, April 5
SIR PATIENT FANCY, by Aphra Behn, directed by Rebecca Patterson
With Tiffany Abercrombie, Virginia Baeta, Karen Berthel, Julia Campanelli, Amy Driesler, Sarah Hankins, Sarah Joyce, Natalie Lebert, Elisabeth Preston, and Antoinette Robinson
Designers: Kristina Makowski, Matthew J. Fick, Amy Altadona
Fight Choreographer: Judi Lewis Ockler
Produced by The Queen's Company
Schedule: Wednesday - Saturday at 8 PM; Sunday at 3 PM
Tickets: $15 (2 for 1 tickets on Wednesdays)
Aphra Behn, that delicious diva of 17th century sexy sophistication delivers a wickedly witty tale of defiant women and the men who love them. Amorous fops, lusty widows, mistaken beds and narrow escapes are some of the delights packed into this exciting ride through the backstreets and bedrooms of London's wild and wooly past. Performed by The Queen's Company's signature all-female cast, Aphra Behn's Sir Patient Fancy is a night of theatre to remember.
Friday, April 11 - Sunday, April 13
THE MAD WORLD OF MISS HATHAWAY: "MERGERS AND NEW POSITIONS!, written by and starring Angela Di Carlo, with musical accompaniment by Kyle Forester
With Jill Pangallo, Rob Roth, Bradford Scobie, Clayton Dean Smith, Stephen Michael Rondel, Kyle Supley, Ede Thurrell & Gia Mele
Schedule: Friday at 8 PM, Saturday at 2 PM & 8 PM, Sunday at 8 PM
Another eagerly anticipated episode of the original musical parody of Mad Men, "The Mad World of Miss Hathaway: Mergers and New Positions!" comes to The Wild Project. This episode finds know-it-all head of the secretarial pool, JoAnne Hathaway finally becoming a partner of Spencer Colfax Raper and Shenanigans advertising agency by sleeping her way to the top. But when SCRS merges with a rival advertising agency, Miss Hathaway realizes as long as she's a woman, they'll always treat her like as secretary. Being ever resourceful, she decides to hatch a plan to prove to the men that she's just as valuable above the desk as she is under it. A hilarious mid-century risque romp through Madison Avenue with all original music.
Friday, April 18 - Sunday, April 20
WITCH CAMP: Amber Martin and Nath Ann Carrera
Schedule: Friday - Sunday at 8 PM
Ticket price: $15
Take a journey to WITCH CAMP where Amber Martin and Nath Ann Carrera transport you through drop-off, Learning Yurts, the pre-dawn camp favorite, "Morning Horses/Blood Sacrifice," and beyond, while ridding the room of chode intentions! Grab your baggie full of hair and your black latex glove and gather around the fireside for a battle cry against the patriarchal rape heads in this ONGOING inquisition! Featuring songs by Aphrodite's Child, Black Sabbath, Black Widow, It's A Beautiful Day, Led Zeppelin and Sandy Denny, Yoko Ono, Pentangle, Pink Floyd, Buffy Sainte-Marie, and The Stone Poneys/Linda Ronstadt!
Thursday, April 24 - Friday, April 25
THE BOY SONATA written and performed by Justin Sayre
Schedule: Thursday & Friday at 8 PM
Ticket price: $15
Written in give parts, THE BOY SONATA details seminal moments in the life of its central character, "The Boy." Mimicking Sonata Form, the series of monologues follow "the boy" from ages 6 to 17. Each detail a day, an hour, a moment when things become much more beautifully and tragically complicated. THE BOY SONATA is a heartbreakingly funny tribute to the voice of a child as he develops his individual understanding of a world.
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. Please note, tickets for Avant Music Festival are available via avantmedia.org/tickets. The Box Office opens one hour prior to curtain.
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