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Dan Fingerman's BOYS OF A CERTAIN AGE to Premiere at The Wild Project

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ELR Productions is proud to present the world premiere of BOYS OF CERTAIN AGE from the acclaimed team of playwright Dan Fingerman and director Dan Dinero.

This moving play addresses intergenerational gay relationships and issues facing the LGBT community and is the first collaboration between Fingerman and Dinero since the widely praised 2011 production The Austerity of Hope.

The show will run at The Wild Project, at 195 East 3rd St, on the Lower East Side of Manhattan from July 16 to 19.

Ira and Larry were Hebrew school classmates who took different paths in life. Ira came out and moved to the city; Larry got married, had a family and came out later in life. Now they're spending one memorable weekend together with Larry's son Bryan, Ira's nephew Christopher and a whole lot of gay history.

The cast of BOYS OF A CERTAIN AGE features Marc Sinoway (Hunting Season), Brian Gligor (RENT), R. Scott Williams (Shear Madness) and Joseph J. Menino (Murrow).

Dan Fingerman is an Astoria-based playwright. His first work The Austerity of Hope enjoyed a sold out run at the 2011 Fresh Fruit Festival. It was remounted the following year at Abingdon Theatre Company and garnered critical praise. He made his New York International Fringe Festival debut with Stranded on Motor Parkway in 2013 which was named a Time Out New York Critic's Pick. Fingerman's plays have been published by Indie Theatre Now and he is a member of the Dramatists Guild.

Director Dan Dinero is dedicated to developing new plays and enriching the diversity on New York stages. He won Best Director for Fingerman's The Austerity of Hope (Fresh Fruit Festival, 2011). Other NY directing credits: Chris Widney and Mark T. Evans' new musical The Clackamac Pioneers (Multicultural Sonic Evolution, 2015); Yilong Liu's Joker (Fringe NYC, 2015); six plays for Emerging Artists Theatre; The Rubber Room for Artistic New Directions; and Fixing Frank and Lonely Planet with the Greenland Theatre Collective, a company he co-founded. Dinero assisted Jeff Calhoun on the Broadway productions of both Brooklyn (also NYC Workshop and Denver Civic Theatre) and Deaf West's Big River (also National Tour). Dinero has taught theatre at NYU-Tisch, The New School, Yale University, and the University of Pittsburgh. Ph.D. in Performance Studies from NYU-Tisch; B.A. from Yale University.

Elyssa Rabinowitz is a New York City based producer and owner of ELR Productions, LLC. In addition to her creative work, she serves as executive producer for Stratosphere Multimedia; a widely known Manhattan-based audio visual Production Company that specializes in corporate productions. She previously produced Fingerman's The Austerity of Hope at the Abingdon Theatre and Stranded on Motor Parkway (2013 Time out New York Critic's Pick). Most recently she produced Sonja O'Hara's Ovum (Best Picture winner at the 2015 Big Apple Film Festival; Winner of Indie Spirit Award at the Boston International Film Festival).

Performances of BOYS OF A CERTAIN AGE are: Saturday, July 16 @ 2PM, Sunday, July 17 @ 7PM, and Tuesday, July 19 @ 6:30PM. Tickets are $18 in Advance and can be purchased online at web.ovationtix.com/trs/cal/527. The Wild Project is located at 195 East 3rd Street (between Avenue A & Avenue B). Subway: F to 2nd Avenue.


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