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Emerging Artists Theatre Presents EATFest, 3/13-4/1

EMERGING ARTISTS THEATRE presents the Spring EATFest, which will play a three-week limited engagement at Theatre 5 (311 West 43rd St 5th Floor—btw. 8th and 9th Ave). Performances begin Tuesday, March 13th, and continue through Sun Apr 1st, 2007.

Series A

Tuesdays and Fridays at 7 pm, Sunday at 2 pm

Postcards from a Dead Dog by F.J. Hartland, directed by Troy Miller

A mother and son find a way to connect through a series of postcards from their dead dog.

      With Jason Hare and Jacqueline Sydney*

The Questioning by Frank Higgins, directed by Lorrel Manning

A female American officer learns the ropes about the art of interrogation from a female Iraqi.

      With Alexandra Devin*, Suzan Mikiel-Kennedy, Danielle Quisenberry*

ClapTrapp by Joseph Godfrey, directed by Melissa Attebery

These hills are definitely alive with the sound of musicals from the entertaining Von Crapp family.

With Amy Bizjak, Laura Dillman*, Steve Hauck*, Hershey Miller*, Courter Simmons*, Christopher Voeller* 
Series B

Wednesdays and Saturdays at 7 pm, Sundays at 5 pm

Vamp by Ry Herman, directed by Kel Haney

Love can be a pain in the neck when the woman you fall for is certifiable

      With Tracee Chimo*, Blanche Cholet*, Philip Guerette, and Stacy Mayer*

Tell by Rodney Lee Rogers, directed by Ian Streicher

A father and daughter try to out grift each other on where their lives are headed.

      With Laura Fois* and Ryan Hilliard*

Third Wheel by Monica Flory, directed by Ned Thorne

Dating becomes so much more interesting when there's a third.

      With Erik Baker*, Aimee Howard*, and Claire Tyers

Series C

Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 pm, Saturdays at 5 pm

My Name is Art by Peter Snoad, directed by Kelly Haydon

Two strangers in a gallery share their views about an abstract piece of art.

      With Andrea Alton*, Tim Intravia*, and Scott Klavan*

Some are People by Kathleen Warnock, directed by Mark Finley

A different kind of summer in Provincetown, for 2 regulars and the interesting woman who can even shake up a drag queen.

      With Brett Douglas*, Janice Mann, Karen Stanion

One of the Great Ones by Chris Widney, directed by Jonathan Warman

The tried and true grit of a veteran librarian proves that human is better than machine.

      With Jane Altman* and Marc Castle*

EATFest plays the following regular schedule through Sunday, April 1st. 

      Tuesdays at 7 pm – Series A

      Wednesdays at 7 pm – Series B

      Thursdays at 7 pm – Series C

      Fridays at 7 pm – Series A

      Saturdays at 5 pm – Series C

      Saturdays at 7 pm – Series B

      Sundays at 2 pm – Series A

      Sundays at 5 pm – Series B

      Sundays at 7 pm – Series C

Tickets are $18 and are now available online at or by calling (212) 352-3101. Tickets may also be purchased in person on the day of the performance at Theatre 5, 311 West 43rd Street, 5th Fl.

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