The Seeing Place to Host Season 8 Launch Party Next Week

By: May. 18, 2017
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The Seeing Place announces its exclusive Season 8 Launch Party on Monday, May 22 at 7pm - which promises to be a fun-filled evening of art, love and creativity.

Rub elbows with TSP's talented artists, be the first to hear their season selections and nibble on finger foods and desserts lovingly provided by TSP's ensemble.

All guests will receive two raffle tickets included with their admission, and will also be treated to a sneak peek of The Seeing Place's brand new play in development, an adaption of Camus' THE STRANGER.

Here's the exciting agenda for the evening:

7pm: $5 Cocktail Hour
8pm: Introduction of Artists, and Season Announcement
8:15pm: Opportunity to Purchase Season Tickets
8:30pm: Presentation of Excerpt from our new play, THE STRANGER
9:15pm: Raffle Drawing, followed by more $5 Cocktails and Dancing

And, perhaps most importantly, guests will be a part of the amazing success of The Seeing Place's 8th season, being celebrated in the heart of the theater district at Davenport Theater.

Monday, May 22, 2017 - 7-10pm

The Seeing Place @ Davenport Theater
354 West 45th St, Main Theater

$20 in advance, $25 cash at the door
Proceeds go toward our upcoming season.

Artistic Director BranDon Walker with casting director Robin Carus
at our last Season Launch Party


"The Seeing Place" is the literal translation of the Greek word theatron: "...the place where we go to understand ourselves."

The Seeing Place Theater is an actor-driven ensemble: built by actors and managed by actors to be a base for actors who want to grow & hone their craft in a creative and supportive artistic home. TSP is forcefully committed to four key elements of theatre-making:

• training and developing highly skilled actors into thriving self-producers;
• honoring the craft of the acting process through rehearsal and into performance thereby bringing organic, "fully lived" storytelling to our community;
• presenting compelling works by master playwrights that reflect the struggles and triumphs of our current society;
• and making theater accessible for all New Yorkers by keeping ticket prices affordable.

For more information about The Seeing Place, visit


Erin Cronican*, Joshua George, Jane Kahler*, Bill McAndrews, Candice Oden*, Sabrina Schlegel-Mejia, Robin Friend Stift, Carla Torgrimson*, Ari Veach, James Reade Venable*, BranDon Walker*. (*=member of AEA)


Oliver Archibald, Juan Cardenas, Alexander D Carney*, Alexandra Cremer*, Charlie Gillette, Isa Goldberg, Jacob Goodhart, Becky London*, Daniel Joseph O'Brien*, Chris Papavasiliou, Clinton Powell, Mariel Reyes. (*=member of AEA)