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Photo Flash: First look at SUMMER SHORTS 2013- Series B!

By: Jul. 31, 2013
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Throughline Artists (J.J. Kandel, Executive Producer; John McCormack, Producing Artistic Director) presents SUMMER SHORTS 2013, their seventh annual festival of new American short plays from established and emerging writers, at 59E59 Theaters (59 East 59th Street between Park and Madison Avenues), opening August 4th.

Featured will be six world premieres from some of the theater's finest established and emerging artists, including Marian Fontana (Falling Short, directed by Alexander Dinelaris), Lucas Hnath (About A Woman Named Sarah, directed by Eric Hoff), Tina Howe (Breaking The Spell, directed by Birgitta Victorson, with music performed by Evan Shinners), Neil LaBute (Good Luck [In Farsi], which he will direct), Paul Weitz (Change, directed by Billy Hopkins), and Alan Zweibel (Pine Cone Moment, directed by Fred Berner).

Summer Shorts returns for another summer of new American one-acts featuring original plays by the country's top playwrights. Representing some of today's best writing, directing and acting talents, Summer Shorts celebrates theater, summer and the short form. The festival's two separate series offer a diverse range of voices, styles, and subject matter. Summer Shorts 2013 offers six world premiere one-act plays, presented as two separate evenings. The two series will run in rotating repertory. The New York Times called Summer Shorts "shamelessly cleaver and deeply satisfying!"

Performances will be Tuesday through Thursday evening at 7:15 pm, Friday & Saturday evenings at 8:15pm, Saturday matinees at 2:15 pm and Sundays at 3:15 pm and 7:15 pm. Tickets are $25 each (59E59 Members $17.50). Tickets can be purchased from the Box Office (Monday 12-6pm, Tuesday - Thursday 12-7:30pm, Friday & Saturday 12-8:30pm, Sunday 12-7:15pm), by phone through Ticket Central at 212-279-4200 or online at Service fees apply to phone and web purchases.

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Photo Credit: Carol Rosegg