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Green Buffalo Productions Leads WNY Into Women's History Month


Green Buffalo Productions (GBP) is leading the Buffalo arts community into Women's History Month with two shows to benefit their 2020 Season. Both feature WNY writers who are building careers that provoke gender expectations through humor and introspection.

First up is The Museum of F*ckboys, a series of short plays by local poet and playwright, Justin Karcher. The plays follow Mike, an aging millennial struggling to understand masculinity and his relationships with the women in his life. The show will take place at the University Heights Community Laboratory (9 W. Northrup Pl Buffalo, NY 14214) on March 20-21 at 7 pm. Leyla Gentil will be serving as this show's director, helping to build the world of a familiar Green Buffalo character. Those who attended October 2019's Spooky One-Act Play Festival will notice Michael Burke as he reprises his role of "Mike" in When the Skeletons in Our Closets Choke on Candy Corn. The show will also feature GBP Co-Founder and Producer, Madison Sedlor, as well as Madeline Allard and Amanda Vink. Tickets are $15 and can be found online at

GBP is also excited to announce their first collaboration with Buffalo comedian, Rachael Tschari. On March 30th, Tschari will be hosting GBP's Queen of Comedy at Perks At Horsefeathers (346 Connecticut Street, Buffalo, NY 14213). This event is a women-only comedy contest, where Buffalo and Rochester's funniest women can compete to take home a $100 cash prize and reign as "GBP Comedy Queen."

The contestants will be judged by Leyla Gentil, Ellen Scherer, and Madison Sedlor, but the audience has a vote as well! The audience favorite will be crowned GBP's Duchess of Jokes. See for more information about competing and attending this event.

About Green Buffalo Productions - Green Buffalo Productions is a team of young professionals working in theatre, art, and creative writing. Each of their team members brings distinct talents to the company, ensuring they can oversee every step of the production process. Their mission is to bring attention to underrepresented voices in the Western New York Community by producing new works of theater and providing resources for unpublished writers. Their three main objectives are: to foster the creation and production of original works of theater; to provide opportunities for marginalized writers and performers by remaining accessible and encouraging; and to enrich the community through meaningful collaboration.

More information about Green Buffalo Productions events and services can be found on their website: You can also follow GBP on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, or send them an email at

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