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The Fled Collective to Present SERIALS, Cycle 5: The Return Of The Popular Late Night Short Play Competition

SERIALS is a raucous night of serialized plays featuring The Fled's resident actors and some of NYC's hottest rising playwrights and directors.

The Fled Collective to Present SERIALS, Cycle 5: The Return Of The Popular Late Night Short Play Competition

The beloved late-night play competition is BACK, reclaimed, and newly imagined to prioritize BIPOC and Queer voices.

ABOUT: SERIALS is a raucous night of serialized plays featuring The Fled's resident actors and some of NYC's hottest rising playwrights and directors. Teams perform original short episodic plays, while the audience votes for its favorites to return with a new installment. Cycle 5 of SERIALS performances will be in The Siggy at The Flea Theater on December 8th-10th, and December 15th-17th at 9:00 pm. Tickets are available for $17 through Eventbrite. SERIALS will return for the next installment in The Fled Collective's 2023 Season, recently announced on Instagram.

The premiere of The Fled's reclaimed version of SERIALS premiered in June and returne d with a bang, playing to sold-out, exuberant crowds. For the first time since the show's conception, the artists were paid for their work. Money generated from the new Serials Patreon will aid in artists' payment. The Serials Patreon includes a number of perks for subscribers, including merch, complimentary tickets to performances, and access to an archive of old SERIALS scripts! Subscriptions start as low as $2/month.

AT DOOR POLICY: Tickets may be purchased at the door for $20.

WAITLIST POLICY: In the event of a sold-out show, you may join the waitlist for tickets at the door. The waitlist is first come, first serve, so we advise arriving at least 30 minutes prior to showtime to join the waitlist.

LATE POLICY: If your ticket has not been claimed by 9 pm, then your ticket may be released and sold at the door. We advise arriving at least 30 minutes prior to showtime to claim and pick up your tickets. If your ticket is sold, you may add yourself to the waitlist at the door and will be granted admission if space permits.

CONTENT WARNING: SERIALS content changes from week to week and, as such, shows may contain explicit content or allusions to explicit content, including but not limited to explicit language, violence, and/or sexual situations.

CAST & COMPANY for this Cycle of SERIALS:

Actors
Caroline Banks
Georgia Kate Cohen
Regina Carregha
Stevie Jae Davis
Jen Jarnagin
Macy Lanceta
Karen Marulanda
Tasha Milkman
Emily Oliveira
Alice Lussiana Parente
Dolores Avery Pereira
Christine Pollnow
Sarah Alice Shull
Elizabeth Spindler
Nicholas Turturro
William Vonada
Nick Walther
Keith Weiss

Directors
Emily Bubeck
Paige Esterly
Andie Learner
Regina Renee Russell

Writers
Niccolo Aeed
Sam Hamashima
Chloé Hayat
Emily Walborn
Catherine Weingarten

Producers

Michael Ortiz
Dolores Avery Pereira
Kristan Seemel
Elizabeth Spindler

Technical
Cody Hom

Learn more and stay up-to-date on The Fled Collective and how you can join the movement at www.TheFled.com. Join their mailing list and follow them on social media, @thefledcollective on Instagram and Facebook, and @fledcollective on Twitter. Questions or responses may be sent to info@thefled.com.



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