Rattlestick Playwrights' TheaterJam Set for 6/2


Rattlestick Playwrights Theater presents its fourth annual TheaterJam, a one-day festival featuring the work of many of the company's favorite playwrights, actors and directors. The brainchild of playwright Dael Orlandersmith, the all-day event will take place at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater (224 Waverly Place - off Seventh Avenue South between West 11th & Perry Streets) on Sunday, June 2nd. Doors will open at 1:30pm. There is a $10 suggested admission charge (cash only) for all day entry - and includes one free beer. There will be a raffle drawing for amazing prizes. Patrons are free to come and go as they please and attend any - or all-of the festival's many offerings. All proceeds will benefit Rattlestick's upcoming 2013-14 season.

The schedule for TheaterJam is:

1:30pm: Doors open. Raffle tickets and beer on sale.

2pm: Sleep by Adam Szymkowicz, directed by Moritz von Stuelpnagel; Featuring: Emma Galvin, Pico Jogalla, Emily Perkins, and Marie Polizzano

2:15pm: Pocketful of Favors by Emily Daly, directed by Jenna Worsham; Featuring: Lisa Jill Anderson, Brian Edelman, and Elle Malan

2:30pm: Old Flame by Mira Gibson, directed by Kel Haney; Featuring Julie Fitzpatrick, Tim McGeever, Briana Pozner

3pm: FOREVER, written and performed by Dael Orlandersmith

3:30pm: Sometime After Dinner by Daniel Talbott, directed by Sheri Barber; Featuring: Julie Kline

4pm: heading out, written and performed by Refiloe Lepere, directed by Dael Orlandersmith

4:15pm: Accidents Waiting to Happen by Jonathan Libman, directed by Francisco Solorzano; Featuring: Carlo Alban, Nelson Avidon, and Audrey Esparza

4:30pm: He's Enlightened by Ren Santiago, directed by Jenna Worsham; Featuring: Alexander Lambie and Lisa Purrone

5pm: The Film Makers by Torrey Townsend, directed by Knud Adams; Featuring: Neil D'Astolfo, Alex Herrald, and Laura Lassy

5:15pm: Under the Water Tower by Steve DiUbaldo, directed by Jenna Worsham; Featuring: George West Carruth, Mikaela Feely-Lehmann, Brian Miskell, and Ren Santiago

5:30pm: Dinner break.

6pm: The Venting Room, written and directed by Kathryn Hathaway; Featuring: Emma Hathaway and Kathryn Hathaway

6:30pm: "The Dolphins" from Deep in a Dream of You and "Where?" from The History of Kisses, written and performed by David Cale

6:45pm: A piece by Crystal Skillman

7pm: But Enough About Me by David Parr, directed by Dael Orlandersmith; Featuring: Patrice Bell

7:30pm: Edgar and Patrick by Ken Urban, directed by Jaclyn Biskup; Featuring: Andy Phelan and Gayton Scott

8pm: A piece by Lucy Thurber. Cast and director TBA.

8:15pm: The Avenging of Kruppcake by Mariah MacCarthy, directed by Christina Roussos; Featuring: Chet Siegel and Miranda Wilson

8:30pm: The Highwayman, written and directed by Knud Adams; Music by Kate Hamilton and Nick Lerangis; Lyrics by Alfred Noyes; Featuring: Kate Hamilton and Nick Lerangis

9pm: Another Word for Beauty written and directed by José Rivera; Featuring: Carlo Alban, Veracity Butcher, Danielle Davenport, and Vaishnavi Sharma

9:30pm: Frank Amends by Halley Feiffer, directed by Brian Roff; Featuring: Robert Sella and Matt Stadelmann

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