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October 7th to October 31st

Greenwich St. Theatre
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Full-Tilt: A Love Story

Newlyweds living in TriBeCa after 9/11 receive a strange $30,000 cash compensation. The husband, driven by guilt about the money, becomes obsessed with WTC conspiracy theories. His obsession slowly drives him mad and threatens his happy marriage, and his wife rises heroically to the occasion. Full-Tilt: A Love Story is "comedy of menace" that is as funny as it is alarming.

Saturday, October 16 at 7:15pm
Sunday, October 17 at 12:30pm
Tuesday, October 19 at 4pm
Sunday, October 24 at 2:30pm
Tuesday, October 25 at 9pm

The Lizards

In an apartment on the Lower East Side, buried under years and years worth of newspaper and magazine clippings detailing the history of New York City, is a box. But can Kip, Gooey, and 3-Yard find it in time? And an even better question would be, what is in this box? This reading of The Lizards by Alan Bowne is directed by Scott Amen.

Friday, October 22 at 3pm
Saturday, October 23 at 12:30pm


Laugh and Cry

featuring Do You Mind If I Join You? A psycho drama and excerpts from Cinti's Comedy Pageant


In "Do You Mind..", an assault on roommate Millie Booker by Bill Christen forces Evelyn Epps to confront unresolved issues in her life as a sexually abused child. Milie is unable to cope with her misfortune. Evelyn, affected by Millie’s situation, goes off the deep end, taking horrific revenge on random victims. One of the three roommates, Sonja Rivera holder her ground.

The evening also offers music, sketch comedy from Cinti’s comedy pageant, where comics get cookin’ or get cooked!
Saturday, October 9 at 1:30pm
Sunday, October 10 at 7:30pm
Tuesday, October 12 at 7:00pm
Friday, October 15 at 9:00pm
Wednesday, October 20 at 9pm


Eternity: Time Without End

When 11 diverse people all come separately to an isolated beach looking for the fountain of youth, they find more than they expected. Eternity: Time Without End written and directed by Duncan Pflaster is a magical jaunt through language. Eternity: Live Forever, or Die Trying! "Most of Duncan Pflaster's work has a Thornton Wilderesque quality to it. ...This author is truly among the current undiscovered great off-off Broadway writers." - G.S. Bowen, "Hi-Drama" (Manhattan Cable Show)


Thursday, October 7 at 9:00 pm
Saturday, October 9 at 9:30pm
Sunday, October 10 at 9:30pm
Thursday, October 14 at 7:00pm
Friday, October 15 at 3:30pm
Tuesday, October 29 at 8:30pm


Boooo! Twoooo!

The critically acclaimed, and Spotlight On Award nominated troupe The Mistake brings its third show to Spotlight On The Mistake Presents'Booooo! Twooooo! skewers movie monsters, modern Halloween traditions,and a bunch of other stuff in original sketches and songs As theirslogan says, it's "sketch comedy...but FUNNY." Ken Scudder directs.

Friday, October 22 at 10:30pm
Saturday, October 23 at 9:30pm
Monday, October 25 at 4:30pm
Wednesday, October 27 at 9:30pm
Thursday, October 28 at 6:45pm
Sunday, October 31 at 6:30pm


Night of the Living Dead - The Musical

It's BACK - Night of the Living Dead - The Musical

A drive to visit mothers grave turns into a blood covered sing along. A timely and topical look at the classic tale of the walking dead. This time infused with rock and roll that will have you singing along and dancing in the aisles. WARNING: Those offended by poliitical and religious stereostypes WILL BE EATEN FIRST

Thursday, October 7 at 6:30pm
Friday, October 8 at 9:30pm
Thursday, October 14 at 9:00pm
Saturday, October 16 at 9:30pm
Friday, October 22 at 5:00 pm
Monday, October 25 at 2pm
Saturday, October 30 at 9pm
Sunday, October 31 at 2:30pm


Sin Times Seven

At the Dowager's Hump Home For Swinging Seniors, Mother Naked (a retired stripper) and Yesterday's Man (a retired bodybuilder) play host to a number of ecentric guests who represent the Seven Deadly Sins and their assistants. Among the residents are Dr. Slipscalpel, Professor Everharde, Lazy Mae, Teddy Behr, Buster Codpiece, Sock Tucker, Francesca A'Fongool, Madame Fettucine, Hienrich Von Lickenzeehollen, and Etzio Spermatozza. All goes merrily until the arrival of a pair of detectives, Thoe and Thea Snoop leading to an ending resembling Die Gotterdamerung. Sin Times Seven is written and directed by Daniel Haben Clark.

Thursday, October 21 at 5pm
Saturday, October 23 at 7:30pm
Tuesday, October 26 at 5:30pm
Wednesday, October 27 at 7:30pm
Saturday, October 30 at 5:30pm


Bare Stages

Genesis Repertory presents the Kingsborough Performing Arts Society in three moments of sobering theatrical reality. "Running through a house of mirrors, there is both comfort and dread in the knowledge that the image before you -- no matter how twisted -- is real." So opens three original one-act plays exploring the realities faced by our youth in the 21st Century. Either bluntly real or drenched in parable, each story holds a mirror up to nature. Presented in repertory and featuring the acclaimed artists of the Kingsborough Community College Performing Arts Society. Bare Stages is directed by Jay Michaels.

Thursday, October 21 at 7pm
Friday, October 22 at 9pm
Sunday, October 24 at 1pm
Tuesday, October 26 at 7:30pm
Thursday, October 28 at 5:15pm
Friday October 29 3:30pm
Saturday, October 30 at 7:30pm


Bad Dames Go To Hell

A parody of 1930s Hollywood pre-code films. The curtain raiser, "Singapore Lil," is the saga of a China Seas pleasure girl. Bad Dames Go To Hell! is the story of a boxer, Broadway, and a coupla dames It's the Carol Burnett Show movie take-off meets Charles Busch.

Saturday, October 16 at 1pm
Sunday, October 17 at 7pm
Wednesday, October 20 at 5pm
Thursday, October 21 at 8:30pm
Saturday, October 23 at 5:30pm
Thursday, October 28 at 8:15pm


Radioactive Republicans and Dancing Democrats

Radioactive Republicans and Dancing Democrats is a glow-in-the-dark political comedy. What do you get when you put a billionaire, a ballerina, a mysterious intruder, a few aliens, a few Republicans, some Democrats, and a celebrity swimsuit model in a mansion that's just exploded? TOTAL CHAOS! Written and directed by “Back Stage” contributor Elias Stimac, the show features Spotlight On favorites Susan Bucci, Rodney E. Reyes, Jasmine Bermudez, Nancy Pagan, Elizabeth Anne Wood, plus a rare onstage appearance by director Glory Sims Bowen, along with Caroline Samaan, Ali Baynes, Jonathan Weirich, Richard Renner, Liz Lord, Christine Seisler, Lynn Compton, Joanna Hughes, Carl Owens, Tami Gebhardt, and Nirene Dinardo.  (www.loanstarprods.com)

Contains nudity and strong language. 

Wednesday, October 13 at 5:30pm
Saturday, October 16 at 5pm
Sunday, October 17 at 2:45pm
Tuesday, October 19 at 6:30pm
Friday, October 29 at 5pm
Saturday, October 30 at 3:30pm


Now I Lie

Cuchipinoy Productions presents the world premiere of Now I Lie by Lesli-Jo Morizono, which tells the story of three generations of Chinese-American women who are on the run from their past, a curse on their bloodline in the form of a dog-witch that hunts their offspring. After a lifetime on the road, Jane finally confronts her mother, Lola, about their past and the sins of her grandmother, Mae. Only then will she be able to confront the dog-witch that now threatens her. (www.cuchipinoy.com)

Sunday, October 10 at 5:30pm
Tuesday, October 12 at 5pm
Wednesday, October 13 at 9:00pm
Saturday, October 16 at 3pm
Sunday, October 17 at 5pm
Wednesday, October 20 at 7pm


The Ancient Mariner

Winter, 2002. More than two decades after disbanding the hockey team he single-handidly kept together for years, Kevin may finally realize a sought after reunion of the Bay City Mariners. Unfortunately, that reunion is for the wake of his once best friend and team's co-founder who walked away from Kevin Koharski and the team immediately after its inception. As night unfolds during a heavy snowstorm, truths and questions arise about friendships, loyalties, responsibilities and unfulfilled lives. (Free Wine Served) - $12

Saturday, October 9 at 7pm
Sunday, October 10 at 1pm


The Biography of a Constellation

Andromeda appears to be a princess, but is actually a secret scientist. One morning her mother chains her to a rock. Andromeda journeys through time and space to escape her chains. She discovers The Computers, a mysterious group of women astronomers from the 19th century. The Biography of a Constellation is a myth, a eulogy and a planetarium show. There will not be astronaut ice cream served.

Performance Schedule: Tuesday, September 12 at 9pm


Albee, Bush & Maplethorpe: 3 One Act Plays

If your an Edward Albee fan (or even if you aren't), you will certainly laugh at the trails of Bill and Hilary, a middle aged couple living in the small New England town of Hope, New Hampshire, who bicker over their past hurts and present anxieties. All goes down too quickly with liquor. After a function at the Conservatory of Music where Bill teaches, they invite an innocent gay couple home for nightcaps, fun and games Sounds familiar? Not so fast, this is the play Mr. Albee never dreamed of writing. Albee Damned is Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? in 20 minutes with a little of The Goat thrown in when Bill and Hilary invite a gay couple home for a nightcap.

In Laura Cleans House by Ed Valentine, our perfect little First Lady takes us on tour of the White House during the Christmas season and has a little problem keeping her balance. Peter Bloch directs.

In a long term relationship when body image isn't what it used to be--foreplay either, Burt and Scott must explore new alternative stimuli to keep things moving forward--or rather--up. But will their love life ever be the same? Robert Mapplethorpe's Flowers by Gregory Fletcher is a dramedy, directed by Judith Partelow.

Friday, October 8 at 7:30pm
Saturday, October 9 at 3:30pm
Sunday, October 10 at 3:30pm


From The Front Porch

Sunday, October 24 at 6:45pm
Friday, October 29 at 8:30pm

RC Cola, canned peaches, politics and love, not to mention George Wallace’s mama make for interesting summers in the small town of Clayton, Alabama. Blues, R&B and reflections on life as seen from the front porch.


Icons: The Lesbian and Gay History of the World, Vol. 2

Latin pop star Jade Esteban Estrada returns with Icons: The Lesbian and Gay History of the World, Vol. 2. Using the voices of Alexander the Great, Queen Christina of Sweden, Susan B. Anthony, Billie Jean King, Harvey Milk and 9/11 hero Mark Bingham this is a sequal to ICONS: The Lesbian and Gay History of the World, Vol. 1. This solo musical comedy is on a national tour. The New York Times called ICONS: The Lesbian and Gay History of the World, Vol. 1 "a hilarious whirlwind tour!"

Performance Schedule: Thursday, October 28 at 10:15pm


La Contessa's Variety Show

La Contessa’s Variety Show

Fresh as a rose and straight from her starring role in the international musical sensation, MADAGASCAR! The Musical. La Contessa returns triumphant to New York to benefit The Gay and Lesbian Acting Company, in this unique variety show with special guests and friends from shows on Broadway, Off-Broadway and other lesser known Ways. Don't miss this opportunity to lend your support to a great not for profit organization and welcome the original "Lady In Red" back to the boards! Arguably, New York's most questionable entertainment! Starring Hector Lugo as La Contessa, Directed by Frank Calo. Tickets are a $19.99 donation. Get your tickets in advance, as this event will sell out. Visit www.glac.biz for guests line up and other ways you can help.

Sunday, October 17 at 9pm
Saturday, October 23 at 11pm
Sunday, October 31 at 8pm



Chills, White Rabbit Theatre's new, nontraditional theatrical explosion, explores and celebrates the beauty, joy and sensuality of the darkest components of the human condition?through poetry, music and dance. Why are we so attracted to what scares us the most? Why do some find the unknown so very sexy? Chills may send shivers up your spine -- but it will also generate enough heat to keep you in perfect balance.

Friday, October 15 at 6pm
Friday, October 22 at 7:30pm

Sunday, October 24 at 11am
Friday, October 29 at 7pm


Welcome to Tourettaville

Welcome to Tourettaville is a musical about kindess over alienation. A young boy's oz-like dreamworld where four aliens, Tick, Blinky, Screamer, and the Big Bleeper, befriend and inspire him toward self-acceptance. Honored by the Kennedy Center and Congress, and seen by more than 10,000 school children, Tourettaville was co-written by June Rachelson-Ospa and her 7 year old son Jonny Ospa, with music by Daniel Neiden, Doug Katsaros, and Jody Gray.

Performance Schedule:
Saturday, October 30 at 11:30am
Sunday, October 31 at 12:30pm


Judy's House

Jeepers creepers it's Gay Pride Day at Judy's House and you are invited to celebrate "Gay Pride in October!" with the one and only Judy, the Pride of Betty Crocker. Judy will be joined by many of her fabulous and talented friends who will entertain you in this ONE NIGHT ONLY benefit for The Gay and Lesbian Acting Company a not for profit organization. Judy enchants with her loony toons innocence, winning charm and delicious baking. Come visit our favorite right wing, conservative lady as she cuts her very fist Gay Pride Cake. Yes, darlings, everyone can have their cake and eat it too at JUDY'S HOUSE. All are welcome to visit, eat cake and be so terribly, terribly Gay at JUDY'S HOUSE. Starring Gail Dennison as the fabulous JUDY, Coordinated by Hector Lugo. It is a $20.00 donation. Please get your tickets in advance as this event will sell out. Visit www.glac.biz for other ways you can help.

Sunday 10/24 – 8:15


Afternoon of One Acts

Afternoon of One Acts includes:

Sari Yams in which Irene's home cooking and Aruna's colorful sari collide in this comic tale of two women caters and the international food fair man of their dreams.

See what six young men, all from different backgrounds have to talk about when they are forced to share a jail cell in New York City. On The Brink is a politically charged piece that touches important current social issues and has some surprise twists in the end.

A kissing shrink finds the missing link to a psychological puzzle in a corner bar in Love Suffocates. Drinks and conversation with a pretty girl reveal secrets about love. Whether its a rose or a thorn to climb, cross or knock down, love is a sting that bites and suffocates without warning.

Saturday 10/23 3:30
Sunday 10/24 4:45



features The Remake of the Wizard of Oz a one-man show written by and starring Michael Gershowitz and directed by Susan Bucci. This light-hearted stage comedy is based on the true life events of Mr. Gershowitz and his adaptation of the story "The Wizard of Oz" and how he has spent many years trying to tell and write the real version from the book. A must-see for anyone looking for a good laugh.

The Poetry of Tommy Barz

Jessica Delfino: Dirty Folk Rock

Jessica Delfino is a stand-up comic who sings 'dirty folk rock', mostly somewhat vulgar songs about vaginas and rainbows. Jessica was called "a cross between Redd Foxx and Jewel" by The Onion. Please visit her online at jessydelfino.blogspot.com or jessdelfino@yahoo.com.

Friday 10/29 10p
Saturday 10/30 1p


By Sharon Fogarty - $15

Completely addicted to art and desperate to enliven their deteriorating paintings, two psychotic art lovers attempt to sacrifice a movie star. As a depressed starlet waits in the wings, a murderous vampire must seduce her into self sacrifice. Sep' ul kur, a mini musical by Sharon Fogarty, invites you to a ritualistic party where guests include the world's ugliest (though endearing) witches, the drunkest widow they can find and the horniest art student. Backstage raves, "Fogarty has mixed humor and terror with a deft hand."

Friday 10/8 6:00p
Saturday 10/9 5:30p
Wednesday 10/13 7:30p
Thursday 10/14 5:30p
Friday 10/15 7:30p


By Nancy McClernan
Directed by Edward Einhorn

The Faerie Queen has magically turned young gentleman Tam Lin into her love-slave, and the Queen's jealous knights are plotting to get rid of him. Lord Dunbar wants his daughter Janet to marry Lord Aberdeen, but Janet loves Tam Lin. Janet's lady-in-waiting Margaret loves Aberdeen and disguises herself as Janet in order to bed him. When Margaret and Janet come down with morning sickness (or is it just the haggis?), Janet must try to find a happy ending for everybody by stealing Tam Lin away from the Faerie Queen at midnight on Halloween.

Tickets: $20

October 21, 22, 23  8 pm
October 24  3pm
October 26, 27, 28, 29, 30  8pm
October 31  3pm

Note:  This production will take place at the Producer's Club II Theatre 616 Ninth Ave. NYC.
Visit www.tamlin-online.com for more info.