9Thirty Theatre Company Presents The 'How It Could Be' Plays

9Thirty Theatre Company Presents The 'How It Could Be' Plays

9Thirty Theatre Company (Jeff Burroughs, Founder & Artistic Director) announces THE "HOW IT COULD BE" PLAYS, an ECO PLAY COMPETITION will run March 27 @ 8pm at The Bridge Theatre located at 244 W 54th St., 12th Floor, NYC 10019.

THE "HOW IT COULD BE" PLAYS will present readings of four thirty-minute eco plays; At the end, audience members will be able to cast their vote for which play will be a part of our 2010-2011 Season. The company is committed to bringing eco-art and sustainable thinking to New York City as part of their 2009-2010 season: Earth In Translation.

THE "HOW IT COULD BE" PLAYS features four eco plays:


Written by Jaimie-Lee Wise & directed by: Justin Eure

"Scientist Angelina Pellegrini's "smart-seed" can end world hunger, but only if a bio-technology corporation, a hypnotherapist with delusions of grandeur, the Department of Farmland Security, and a family of farmers on a mission from God, don't steal it first."


Written by Jacob M. Appel & directed by: Jeff Burroughs

"While four women search for an elusive ivory-billed woodpecker in the swamps of Arkansas, a reclusive adversary works to undermine their mission."


Written by Michael Anderson & directed by: Isaac Klein

"As the world comes to an end around him, humanity's only hope for survival lies in the hands of a couch potato. Hilarity ensues."


Written by Kevin Artigue & directed by: Quin Gordon

"After Marcus, a 61 year-old African-American security guard at a car dealership, discovers 18 year-old Patrick spray-painting a vehicle, the two men- and all their rage and history- collide with tragic, violent consequences."

Tickets are currently available online at www.9TTC.org or by calling (718) 406-9892. 9Thirty Theatre Company is one of New York City's first arts organization dedicated to encouraging writers, artists and designers to explore today's pressing ecological issues. For more information about 9Thirty Theatre Company, please visit www.9TTC.org.


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