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{Your Name Here} A Queer Theater to Host BLIPS!, 12/11-12


{Your Name Here} A Queer Theater is proud to present the third edition of their popular event, BLIPS!. BLIPS! is an evening of 10- minute plays designed to cultivate a base of up and coming Queer playwrights and celebrate the diversity of the community.

BLIPS! 3.0 will be held on two consecutive nights, December 11 and 12 at TADA! Youth Theater, 15 W. 28th Street, 2nd Floor starting at 8 pm. Each night will feature different plays capped off with special musical performances. Tickets are $10 for each night and can be purchased via

Dec 11 will feature: Lady Boy by Daniel Talbott, Jules by Nina Kaye, Trainwhistles by Briandaniel Oglesby, echo, narcissus, narcissus, echo by Brandon Monokian, When I was a Kid by Nina Kaye, Corrections by Ally Blumenfeld, Break My Face by Daniel Talbott with musical performances from Shane Shane, Diana Oh, Christopher Gabriel Nunez aka Anonymous (And.On.I.Must).

Dec 12 will feature: Cheats by Juan C Sanchez, Jules by Nina Kaye, When I was a Kid by Nina Kaye, Jack and Jules by Jesse Geguzis, What the Cat Dragged In by Travis Ferguson, Corrections by Ally Blumenfeld, Safe by Inbal Kashtan, Mysterious Wonderland by Suzanne Bailie, Embolden in 1983 by Barbara Lhota, Bushy Mountain by Whitney Hamilton, Edgar and Patrick by Ken Urban, with musical performance from M.Lamar and Christopher Gabriel Nunez aka Anonymous (And.On.I.Must)

Artistic Director David Macke will share directing duties with Heather Matarazzo, Whitney Hamilton, Josie McAdam, Carlos Armesto, and Kenny Wade Marshall.

Cast includes Jonny Beauchamp, Ali Skye Bennett, David Charles, Christian Coulson, Sean Griffin, Angela Lewis, Rose-Emma Lunderman, Heather Matarazzo, Janie Martinez, Michelangelo Milano, Stacey Raymond, Orlando Rivera, Lea Robinson, Bonnie Rose, Lorraine Farris Sage, Victoria Tucci, Carlos Valencia, and Martha Wollner

{Your Name Here} is a Queer theater company producing and creating groundbreaking and thought-provoking works that positively depict the LGBTIQQA community to propel these stories to a larger audience. Our aim is to inspire, empower, and celebrate. Our body of work will assist with the development of the Queer artist through full productions, a three-tiered reading series, talk backs, as well as a community outreach component. Please visit us at or on our Facebook and Twitter at yournamehereNYC.

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