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Emerging Artists Theatre Wraps Spring EATFest 2010, 3/14

EMERGING ARTISTS THEATRE's 2010 Spring EATFest 2010 will play its final performance on March 14, 2010.

SPRING EATFEST 2010
TADA Theatre 15 West 28th St, 2nd Floor
Monday, March 1st - Sunday, March 14th

Series A - Mon, Thu, & Sun at 7pm

After Ben Alderidge
by Jamie Wylie, directed by Melissa Atteberry
With Katia Asche*, Andrew Krug, and Robert Terell Milner*

To Grandmothers House We Go
by Greg Freier, directed by Barbara Grecki
with Michael Cleeff*, Brooke Davis*, Michael Musi, Meredith Napolitano

In Flagrante
by Kevin Brofsky, directed by Ian Streicher
With Scott Klavan* and Tamara Scott*

Horatio & Ismene
by Shannon Reed, directed by Ned Thorne
With Enid Cortes and Tommy Day Carey*


Series B - Tue & Fri at 7 pm, Sun at 4 pm

Autumn Quartet
by Emily Mitchell, directed by Deb Guston
With Geany Masai*, Jeannine Moore*, Charles Moss*, and James Nugent*

Merely Players
by Marc Castle, directed by Tzipora Kaplan
With Angus Hepburn* and Sally Stockwell*

Broad Daylight
by Alex Goldberg, directed by Mark Finley
With Wynne Anders* and Patrick Arnheim

Swans Are Mean
by Mark Finley, directed by David Winitsky
With Elizabeth Bell, Matt Boethin*, and Hunter Gilmore*


Series C - Wed at 7 pm, Sat at 7:30 pm Sun at 1 pm

Memory Like a Pale Green Clock
by Richard Ploetz, directed by Paul Adams
With Greg Homison*, Scott Klavan*, Carol Monda*, and Danielle Quisenberry*

Where's Sheila?
by Janet Burnham, directed by Mark Finley
With Joseph Jamrog*, Peter Levine* and Marie Wallace*

Silencing Ning
by Bil Wright, directed by Ramona Pula
With E J An, Andrea Chen, Tommy Day Carey*, and Antonio Edwards Suarez*

White Baby
by David Lee White, directed by Ron Bopst
With Amy Bizjak*, Simon Kendall*, and Rebecca Nyahay


EMERGING ARTISTS THEATRE provides a dynamic home for playwrights and artists to develop their work from an idea to fully realized production. In the past 16 years, Emerging Artists has premiered over 275 new works and also: garnered a Drama desk nomination; received the American Theatre Wing award for Commitment to Excellence in Theatre; and named Best Off Off Broadway Theatre Company in NYC for Actors To Work With by Backstage Magazine. In the last 5 years alone, Emerging Artists has provided opportunities for over 1500 diverse artists (who did not have the resources themselves) to see their work developed and premiered.

Spring EATFest 2010 runs March 1, 2010 - March 14, 2010; TADA Theatre is located at 15 West 28th St, 2nd Floor, between Broadway and Fifth Avenue. Closest subway: N, R to 28th Street. Tickets are $18 / $12 student rush/seniors, available at (800) 838-3006 or
www.emergingartiststheatre.org.

 


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