Written by Stephen Adly Guirgis
Directed by Guillermo Cienfuegos
Executive Producer Barbara Herman
Produced by Simon Levy
Starring Victor Anthony, Joshua Bitton, Lesley Fera, Liza Fernandez, Matthew Hancock, Marisol Miranda, Montae Russell
Previews Oct. 16 – Oct. 18
Open Oct. 19
Runs thru Dec. 15
Walter “Pops” Washington is a retired New York City policeman. His wife has died and his son, “Junior”, has just been released from jail. They live in a rent-controlled apartment on Riverside Drive in New York City. Junior’s girlfriend, Lulu, and Oswaldo, a recovering addict, also spend time at the apartment. Walter has been pursuing a discrimination suit against the Police Department, because he was accidentally shot by another police officer.
New York Times Critic’s Pick! – “For theatergoers who are tired of the clear-cut eithers and ors of most mainstream play writing, ‘Between Riverside and Crazy’… is a dizzying and exciting place to be… ‘Riverside’ creeps up on you. And every time you think you’ve figured out where it’s going, Mr. Guirgis alters its course, forcing you to readjust your emotional bearings and your take on its characters.”
Directed by Vanessa Albalos
Produced by Deborah Culver
Starring José Cortés, Alex Jordan, Diego Alvarez, Vanessa Albalos, Manuel Gutiérrez, Óscar Valero
Forever Flamenco by Vanessa Albalos
Sunday, November 17 8PM
Director / Baile: Vanessa Albalos
Cante: José Cortés
Guitarist: Alex Jordan
Percussion: Diego Alvarez
Baile: Manuel Gutiérrez, Óscar Valero
Directed by Ethan Margolis
Produced by Deborah Culver
Starring Cihtli “La Gallardi” Ocampo, Ethan Margolis, The Sultry Group, Ramón Porrina, Emi Secrest
Forever Flamenco presents
Sonikete Blues: Woodshedding
Sunday, November 24 8PM.
Director: Ethan Margolis
Company: The Sultry Group
Special Guests: Ramón Porrina (Cajon), Emi Secrest (vocals), Cihtli “La Gallardi” Ocampo (dance).
Written by Stephen Sachs
Directed by Stephen Sachs
Feb 15 – April 5, 2020
World Premiere – Newspaper columnist Andy Kramer is laid off when a corporate takeover downsizes the City Chronicle. In retaliation, Andy fabricates a letter to his column from an imaginary homeless woman named “Jane Doe” who announces she will kill herself on the 4th of July because of the heartless state of the world. When the letter goes viral, Andy is forced to hire a homeless woman to stand-in as the fictitious Jane Doe. She becomes an overnight internet sensation and a national women’s movement is ignited. A funny and riveting tale on the ethics of American journalism, homelessness, the worship of celebrity and the need to tell your own story.
Tickets on sale soon.