Turtle Shell Productions Presents NY Premiere of '8 Minute Madness Youth Fest'

Press notes state that "WE'RE BACK!! Our wacky/serious group of plays are back by popular demand!! Last August, our very first Teen Turtle Tales Festival was such a success, that we've morphed it into an 8 MINUTE MADNESS YOUTH FEST featuring our talented Turtle Teens performing in a collection of 7 exciting plays, ranging from goofy to thought-provoking.These plays were selected from submissions by award-winning playwrights from across the country: Benyon Brown, Mark William Butler, Fran Handman, David Patterson, Emily Paul, RoseMary Frisinco Toohey, and Rob Tymchyshn.

THE 8 MINUTE MADNESS YOUTH FEST IS teen-powered by Taylor Latrowski, Tina Jetter, Paige Simunovich, Christina Choe, Ben Swimmer, Arielle Nacole, John Fisher, Bridget Clark, Katie Schindelheim, Colin Kunze, Aidan Kunze, Alexis Molnar, Ryan Winston, Gianna Bruzzese, Sophia Fox, Sarayah Davis, Gabriel Benitez, Marisa Pierini, Courtney Dunn, Brandon Braverman, and Gianna Hodes.

So, come and join us for a really fun and entertaining event in our theatre - right in the heart of Times Square! We look forward to seeing you there. You'll be glad you came!"

DATES:
February 28 Preview 12PM
February 28 Preview 6:00PM
March 1 Preview 12PM
March 1 Preview 4:30PM
March 5 Preview 5:30PM
March 6 Opening 5:30PM
March 7 12PM
March 7 6PM
March 8 12PM
March 8 4:30PM
March 12 5:30PM
March 13 5:30PM
March 14 Closing 12PM

Location:
300 West 43rd St 4th Floor New York, NY 10036
Cost: Tickets are $20 contact TheatreMania at www.theatremania.com or call 212-352-3101

WHO WE ARE:
Turtle Shell productions creates theater with a focus on current issues, ethics, culture and history. We have built a safe haven where artists may grow in their craft and collaborate on productions that celebrate the universal truths of human experience.

Now in our sixth season, to date we have produced over 130 plays including Five By Tenn, Blues for Mister Charlie, PUCK'd, Ourselves Alone, The 8 Minute Madness Playwright Festival and just recently closed The Aspern Papers and Dreams.

 



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