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Kaili Vernoff, Aaron Serotsky and More to Star in Out of the Box Theatrics' DAMSEL


Kaili Vernoff, Aaron Serotsky and More to Star in Out of the Box Theatrics' DAMSEL

Producing Founding Artistic Director Liz Flemming, Associate Artistic Director, Ethan Paulini and Out of the Box Theatrics will present David Caudle's Damsel as part of its Building the Box New Works Series.

Leslie McDonel will direct. The cast includes Natalie Knepp, Aaron Serotsky, Jada Temple and Kaili Vernoff.

The reading will be presented on Monday, November 6 at 7:30pm at Alice's Tea Cup, 220 E. 81st St. between 2nd and 3rd Avenue. Tickets are $12 in advance, $15 at the door. For tickets and information, visit

Curated by Paulini, this new series features three new pieces that are being considered for full production in the 2018 (and beyond) season. With a renewed commitment to presenting World, American and New York Premieres, this series is designed to give OOTB subscribers and patrons unprecedented access to the programming process, the opportunity to provide feedback to an in progress new play and get a sneak peek into what is ahead, not only from OOTB, but from some of America's most exciting new playwrights.

The series began with Danielle Mohlman's Nexus directed by Amiee Turner followed by Alyssa Champagne's She Is a Shipwreck.

Out of the Box Theatrics, led by Founder and Producing Artistic Director Elizabeth Flemming, Associate Artistic Director Ethan Paulini and Company Manager, Frank Hartley is a New York-based, nonprofit Actors' Equity producing Off-Broadway organization, dedicated to producing new and classic works while challenging audiences to experience work outside of their expectations. Committed to hiring a diverse company of actors, regardless of gender, race, creed, ethnicity, or physical handicap, Out of The Box Theatrics allows audiences to experience work from a fresh perspective in site-specific locations.

2017 marks their first full season, following their 2016 inaugural production of You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown and this year's production of "Master Harold"...and the Boys and The Owl and the Pussycat . The season concludes in December with Jason Robert Brown's Songs for a New World. This season will also feature the new reading series Building the Box, a series of open mics and many special events. The 2018 season will be announced at a special fundraising event on November 14. For more information, visit


November 6


David Caudle

Directed by Leslie McDonel

Pregnant, housebound Kathy grows jealous of the attractive co-worker her husband Randall has brought home to dinner. But when she learns the true nature of his interest in the woman, Kathy sees her marriage in a new and disturbing light.

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