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Photo Flash: Tonya Pinkins and More in TBTB's STILL MORE OF OUR PARTS Festival

Theater Breaking Through Barriers (TBTB), the renowned Off-Broadway company known for its productions that integrate artists with disabilities with able-bodied actors, presents its third annual short play festival, STILL MORE OF OUR PARTS - an evening of six ten-minute plays about disabilities -- with performances running through June 28 at Theatre Row's Clurman Theatre (410 West 42nd Street). BroadwayWorld has photos of the casts in action below!

The world-premiere one-act plays, each commissioned by TBTB, include Jerrod Bogard's Supernova in Reseda; Bekah Brunstetter's Forgotten Corners of your Dark, Dark place; Bruce Graham's Fully Accessible; Samuel D. Hunter's Good Beer; Neil LaBute's Call Back; and Lynn Manning's Playing the Card.

Tony Award-winner Tonya Pinkins leads the ensemble which also includes Mary Theresa Archbold, Russell Barnes III, Christine Bruno, Samantha Debicki, Shannon DeVido, David Harrell, Lawrence Merritt, Ann Marie Morelli, Jamie Petrone, Shawn Randall, and Jonathan Todd Ross.

Christopher Burris, Nicholas Viselli, Christina Roussos, Russell Treyz, Karen Case Cook, and Roberto Cambeiro direct.

STILL MORE OF OUR PARTS runs through 28 at Theatre Row's Clurman Theatre (410 West 42nd Street): Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 7pm; Thursdays and Fridays at 8pm; Sundays at 3pm (no Saturday performances). Tickets are $19.25. For reservations, call 212-239-6200 or visit www.telecharge.com. For additional information, visit www.tbtb.org.

Photo Credit: Carol Rosegg

Photo Flash: Tonya Pinkins and More in TBTB's STILL MORE OF OUR PARTS Festival
The cast of Neil LaBute's CALL BACK

Photo Flash: Tonya Pinkins and More in TBTB's STILL MORE OF OUR PARTS Festival
Mary Theresa Archbold (Her) and Jonathan Todd Ross (Him), and cast of Neil LaBute's CALL BACK

Photo Flash: Tonya Pinkins and More in TBTB's STILL MORE OF OUR PARTS Festival
Mary Theresa Archbold (Her) and Jonathan Todd Ross (Him) in Neil LaBute's CALL BACK

Photo Flash: Tonya Pinkins and More in TBTB's STILL MORE OF OUR PARTS Festival
Russell Barnes III (Ray) and Shawn Randall (Hyram) in Lynn Manning's PLAYING THE CARD

Photo Flash: Tonya Pinkins and More in TBTB's STILL MORE OF OUR PARTS Festival
Russell Barnes III (Ray), Shawn Randall (Hyram) and Jonathan Todd Ross (Evaluator) in Lynn Manning's PLAYING THE CARD

Photo Flash: Tonya Pinkins and More in TBTB's STILL MORE OF OUR PARTS Festival
Ann Marie Morelli (Donnelly) in Bruce Graham's FULLY ACCESSIBLE

Photo Flash: Tonya Pinkins and More in TBTB's STILL MORE OF OUR PARTS Festival
Ann Marie Morelli (Donnelly) in Bruce Graham's FULLY ACCESSIBLE

Photo Flash: Tonya Pinkins and More in TBTB's STILL MORE OF OUR PARTS Festival
Ann Marie Morelli (Donnelly) and Mary Theresa Archbold (Vicki) in Bruce Graham's FULLY ACCESSIBLE

Photo Flash: Tonya Pinkins and More in TBTB's STILL MORE OF OUR PARTS Festival
Christine Bruno (Jenny), Jamie Petrone (Abigail), Shannon DeVido (Rhonda) and Ann Marie Morelli (Gloria) in Bekah Brunstetter's FORGOTTEN CORNERS OF YOUR DARK, DARK PLACE

Photo Flash: Tonya Pinkins and More in TBTB's STILL MORE OF OUR PARTS Festival
Ann Marie Morelli (Gloria), Jamie Petrone (Abigail), Christine Bruno (Jenny), and Shannon DeVido (Rhonda) in Bekah Brunstetter's FORGOTTEN CORNERS OF YOUR DARK, DARK PLACE

Photo Flash: Tonya Pinkins and More in TBTB's STILL MORE OF OUR PARTS Festival
Ann Marie Morelli (Gloria) and Shannon DeVido (Rhonda) in Bekah Brunstetter's FORGOTTEN CORNERS OF YOUR DARK, DARK PLACE

Photo Flash: Tonya Pinkins and More in TBTB's STILL MORE OF OUR PARTS Festival
Tonya Pinkins (Muriel) in Jerrod Bogard's SUPERNOVA IN RESEDA

Photo Flash: Tonya Pinkins and More in TBTB's STILL MORE OF OUR PARTS Festival
Tonya Pinkins (Muriel) and Lawrence Merritt (Simon) in Jerrod Bogard's SUPERNOVA IN RESEDA

Photo Flash: Tonya Pinkins and More in TBTB's STILL MORE OF OUR PARTS Festival
Samantha Debicki (Lauren), Lawrence Merritt (Simon) and Tonya Pinkins (Muriel) in Jerrod Bogard's SUPERNOVA IN RESEDA

Photo Flash: Tonya Pinkins and More in TBTB's STILL MORE OF OUR PARTS Festival
Tonya Pinkins (Muriel), Samantha Debicki (Lauren) and Lawrence Merritt (Simon) in Jerrod Bogard's SUPERNOVA IN RESEDA

Photo Flash: Tonya Pinkins and More in TBTB's STILL MORE OF OUR PARTS Festival
David Harrell (David) and Shannon DeVido (Shannon) in Samuel D. Hunter's GOOD BEER

Photo Flash: Tonya Pinkins and More in TBTB's STILL MORE OF OUR PARTS Festival
David Harrell (David) and Shannon DeVido (Shannon) in Samuel D. Hunter's GOOD BEER

Photo Flash: Tonya Pinkins and More in TBTB's STILL MORE OF OUR PARTS Festival
David Harrell (David) and Shannon DeVido (Shannon) in Samuel D. Hunter's GOOD BEER



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