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10 Naked Men - 1997 - Off-Broadway

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Actors' Playhouse

(New York, NY)
100 Seventh Avenue South
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by BWW News Desk - Sep 5, 2014
The Ringwald Theatre's 8th Season is an actor's playground and an audience's buffet. With classic plays, old and new, this season brings a bountiful supply of juicy roles for actors and thrilling stories for audiences. The 2014/2015 season offers a generous mix funny and serious, ridiculous and sublime: the drama and scope of Angels in America, the fragile, haunting Tender Napalm, the testosterone fueled Glengarry Glen Ross, and the brand spankin' new take on Chekhov, Stupid Fucking Bird.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 1, 2017
Ronnie Larsen's THE PENIS TALK SHOW is not what you'd think it is... or is it? What would you think it would be?
by BWW News Desk - Jun 5, 2015
The Ringwald Theatre is thrilled to announce the 6th installment of its wildly popular Gay Play Series (GPS) and this year things are getting a remix as The Ringwald replaces its traditional One Act Play festival with a collection of mash-ups which will intertwine a variety of movies and music artists to create The Ringwald's Big Gay Mash-Up (for example:  My Fair Lady Gaga). The festival will also include a screening of gay TV classics.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 6, 2014
The Ringwald Theatre's 8th Season is an actor's playground and an audience's buffet. With classic plays, old and new, this season brings a bountiful supply of juicy roles for actors and thrilling stories for audiences. The 2014/2015 season offers a generous mix funny and serious, ridiculous and sublime: the drama and scope of Angels in America, the fragile, haunting Tender Napalm, the testosterone fueled Glengarry Glen Ross, and the brand spankin' new take on Chekhov, Stupid Fucking Bird.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 24, 2015
The Ringwald Theatre is sounding a call for local troupes to be a part of their 6th annual Gay Play Series (GPS). The Detroit-area's only GLBT short play festival is striving to provide writers, directors, and actors the opportunity to produce new and exciting work that challenges, excites, and centers on gay issues and culture.