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Eatfest, Featuring New Short Plays, Runs March 7-26

Emerging Artists Theatre has announced the upcoming Spring 2006 Eatfest, the company's semi-annual festival of new short plays. Performances will run March 7th through March 26th at Theatre 5.

Series A will be presented on Tue. and Fri. at 7pm, and Sat. at 5pm. It will consist of My Sister the Cow by Gregory Fletcher, directed by Paul Adams with Amy Bizjak, Jason Hare and Lue McWilliams; Blackout by Vladimir Maicovski, directed by Anthony Luciano with Danny Mullock and Maureen Sebastian; Star Train by Susan Merson, directed by Melissa Atteberry with Ryan Hilliard, Yvonne Roen and Jarret Summers; Perfectly Normal Family Dinner by Matthew J. Hanson, directed by Deb Guston with Ron Bopst, Jack Herholdt, Irene Longshore, Christine Mosere and Matt Stapleton.

 Series B will be presented on Wed. and Sun. at 7pm, and Fri. at 9 pmIt will include The Secret of Our Success by Staci Swedeen, directed by Derek Jamison with Patrick Arnheim, AJ Handegard and Aimee Howard; Nagasaki by Kevin Brofsky, directed by Kel Honey with Irene Glezos and Steven Hauck; Mr. Company by Marc Castle, directed by Max Montel with Deb Armelino, Jason Bowcutt and Sarah Dacey Charles.

Series C will be performed on Thu. and Sat. at 7 pm, and Sun. at 5pm. It will consist of What We Talk About by Emily Mitchell, directed by Ian Streicher with Blanche Cholet, Betty Hudson, Vivian Meisner and Suzanne Savoy; The Test by Caitlin Mitchell, directed by Chris Maring with Brian Louis Hoffman, Kyle T. Jones, Maya Rosewood and Kelly Scanlon; Mom, Stoned by Bekah Brunstetter, directed by Kevin Dodd with Michele Fulves, Stacy Mayer and Rhoda Pauley.

Eatfest performs March 7th through March 26th , Tuesdays through Saturdays at 7:00 pm with additional performances Fridays at 9:00 pm and Saturday and Sundays at 5:00 pm. Tickets are $18.00 for general admission. TDF accepted. For reservations please call (212) 247-2429 or visit www.eatheatre.org to purchase tickets online. The Theatre 5 is located at 311 West 43rd Street, 5th floor (between Eighth and Ninth Avenues).


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