LIMONADE TOUS LES JOURS Extends Through 5/9 At The New Voice Project

the cell joins as lead producer with Joie de Théâtrale and The New Voice Project to present the NYC Premiere of "Limonade Tous les Jours," a romantic comedy (in english), written by Charles L. Mee, and directed by Diana Basmajian. Due to popular demand, the shows limited-run has been extended at the cell in Chelsea (338 W. 23rd Street, between 8th & 9th Avenues) - and now plays through May 9th. With performances that began Saturday, April 3rd at 8pm, they'll continue Thursday April 29th at 8 pm, Friday April 30th at 8pm, Saturday May 1st at 2pm and 8pm, Sunday May 2nd at 3pm and 7pm, Thursday May 6th at 8pm, Friday May 7th at 8pm, Saturday May 8th at 2pm and 8pm, Sunday May 9th at 3pm and 7pm.

All tickets $25 for performances April 29-May 9 available at Ticket Central, (212) 279-4200, and www.TicketCentral.com.

More info. at www.Limonadetouslesjours.com. Group discounts available for groups of 10 or more.
Set in Paris, Limonade Tous les Jours is a delightful & sparkling romantic comedy that tells the story of an American man who meets a French woman in a cafe. Both of them are recovering from recent ruined love relationships. They spend the day wandering through the city together, and speak of all the reasons why they shouldn't fall in love. And so of course, they do.

"the cell is lucky enough to have a show we love. We'd be fools not to do our part to help this beautiful little production live for as long possible," said Nancy Manocherian, Founding Artistic Director of the cell. "At the cell we like to stimulate our audiences by presenting a variety of new works and talent along with the occasional modern classic."

"'Limonade Tous les Jour' (lemonade every day) is what it says at the bottom of the menu at the Paris brasserie La Coupole," said Playwright Charles L. Mee. "Josephine Baker used to hang out at La Coupole, and Henry Miller and Salvador Dali and Alexander Calder and Hemingway and Fitzgerald and Picasso-and now, with these actors and this director and this production, we see we can go there, too, and know for sure we're going to have a fantastically wonderful time."

Limonade Tous les Jours' cast includes Austin Pendleton (film, TV, stage, director, playwright, actor), Eleanor Handley (Hudson Valley Shakespeare, Arts Center of Coastal Carolina, New School for Drama) and Anton Briones (Seussical with TheatreWorks).

The play is directed by Diana Basmajian (developed and wrote Lea Salonga's The Journey So Far at The Carlyle, developed and directed KateBaldwin's Let's See What Happens at Feinstein's and Birdland, Asst. Dir. For MCC's FiftyWords and Uncle Vanya - both for Mr. Pendleton, Broadway's 24-Hour Plays). Limonade's creative team includes: Musical Director - Cris Frisco; Scenic Designer -Hilary Noxon; Costume Designer - Charles Schoonmaker; Lighting Designer - Kathleen Dobbins; Choreographer - Erin Porvaznika; Associate Producer - Moira Boag; Production/Company Manager - Jennifer McKnight; and Photography - Maia Rosenfeld Photography. Wardrobe is provided by Darling (1 Horatio Street, West Village).

the cell is a twenty-first century salon located in the heart of Chelsea. Since its inception in 2006, the cell (Nancy Manocherian, Founding Artistic Director; Kira Simring, Artistic Director) has brought to life its mission statement to "mine the mind, pierce the heart, and awaken the soul"
through innovative programming of new creative projects. Through its strong commitment to cultivate undiscovered artists, the cell has created residencies for diverse groups including the Center for Contemporary Opera, The Blackboard Reading Series, and the Tandem Reading Series. the cell is
located in the heart of Chelsea, New York City. More info. at www.thecelltheatre.org.

Charles L. Mee is a popular and contemporary American playwright, historian and author known for his collage-like style of playwriting that utilizes radical reconstructions of found texts. Among other awards, Charles Mee is the recipient of a lifetime achievement award in drama from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, two OBIE Awards (Vienna: Lusthaus (1986) and Big Love (2002)), PEN/Laura Pels Foundation Award for Drama, and the Fisher Award given by the Brooklyn Academy Of Music. Mee's many works include Fire Island, Summertime, Belle Époque, Café le Monde, The Four Seasons, Memory Palace, and Night and Day. Limonade Tous les Jours has been hailed by critics as one of Mee's most accessible works. More info. available at www.CharlesMee.org

 

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