Blue Box Productions Announces Fall Presentatins Of STICKY At Bowery Poetry Club

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Blue Box Productions is pleased to announce the line up for its upcoming Fall presentation of Sticky at Bowery Poetry Club. Now in it's 7th year in New York City, Sticky once again brings together a formidable collection of playwrights, directors and performers to prove that anything that can happen can happen in a bar. Coming off an 2008/09 season that saw record attendance as well as the publication of 12 Sticky plays in the New York Theater Review, we come back in October and November with new small batch, locally grown theater for New Yorkers with downtown appetites. Just as restaraunteurs now shop at the green market for the most direct link to fresh food and often base their menus on what the community has to offer, Sticky goes straight to the source, showcasing the work of over 20 playwrights, 20 directors and 70 actors, as well as musical acts. Our menu is not based on mission, issues, ideology, but rather on the ingredients New York is chock full of: the wonderful artists who are all to ready to let loose given the chance.

This Sticky season features stories about facebook isolation and the planned flooding of NYC, a dad who finds out a little too much about his daughter's college job, a man meeting Santa 20 years later, the future of black conservatism and more. The only binding theme is that these plays take place in a bar, where anything can happen. As always there is no stage for these plays, they happen all around you, making you part of the set, and part of the experience. As theaters on every level embrace the immersive style, whether on boats, in cutting edge downtown spaces, or in Broadway Halloween spectaculars, we have seen a growing acceptance of a kind of theater that was once reserved for holiday based "light" theater, Sticky is proud to remain in the forefront of this theatrical movement.

The Sticky actors this go round have been seen recently in Confidence Man, Greendale GP, The Savannah Disputation, Cato, Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind, and dozens of other shows around New York. Sticky brings them together in a playground of new work, sparingly rehearsed, and performed only once. From the established to the brand new, the actors of Sticky represent a broad cross-section of our cities theatrical talent.

Sticky returns October 9th and 16th and November 13th and 20th all at 7pm, for its seventh season in New York. Bowery Poetry Club, 308 Bowery, $8 at the door.

The Line Ups:

October 9th

The Times, by Alex Beech
Me & You, by Jacob Burstein-Stern
Q.V.C. Goes Global, by Kevin Dehan
Alibi, by Matthew Haldeman
Medusa, by Rachel Klein
If You See Something, by Chuck Orsland

October 16 th

Reboot, by Ed Cardona, Jr.
Garbage Night, by Allan Staples
After Ours, by Jamie Effros
Deep Freeze, by Libby Emmons
Peace Talk, by James McLindon
Not Winehouse, by Eric Meyer

November 13th

Ten Minutes in a Barroom-An Aid to Temperance, by Christian Baskous
Interweb Suicide, by Libby Emmons
Fantasy Grandma, by Cara Francis
A Perfect & Calamitous Moment, by Jessica Provenz
Strip, by Tommy Smith
Bestseller, by Dan Stowell and Michael Zannettis

November 20th

Intervention, by Jeremy Basescu
like window in your heart, by Havilah Brewster
BLANK, by David Marcus
Bar Belle, by Janis Butler Holm
Smiling, by Edwin Sanchez
Untitled, by Brad Saville
Time & Place, by Valerie Work

Actors and directors:
Abby Lee, Ali Ayala, Ana Valle, Ann Fidler, Ann Rooney, Anna Lamadrid, Ari Vigoda, Ben Beckley, Beth Hoyt, Cara Greene, Cate Bottiglione, Cindy Cheung, Courtney Wetzel, Dan Cozzens, David Marcus, Deborah Radloff, Eileen Trilli, Eliel Lucero, Elizabeth Strewart, Erin Mallon, Erin Roth, Eve Udesky, Havilah Brewster, Hollis Witherspoon, Jackson Loo, Jacob Saxton, Jane Elliot, Jason Watkins, Jeannine Jones, Jess Chayes, Jody Christopherson, John Fico, Julia Jaremko, Julie Shavers, Kara Ayn Napolitano, Kara-Lynn Vaeni, Karen Sours, Laila Alj, Laura Anderson, Maiken Weise, Marisa Viola, Mary Sheridan, Matthew Murumba, Michael Smith, Molly Evensky, Penny Bittone, Rebecca Lowry, Reed Birney, Samantha Debicki, Sean-Michael Bowles, Stacy Rock, Stephanie Shipp, Teddy Bergman, Thomas Mulhare, Tlaloc Rivas, Tshombe Jabari, Tyler Foltz, Woodrow Morton, Jr., and Zoe Metcalfe-Klaw.



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