Friday, November 28, 2008

Three Sisters

Listen to adapter and director Jesse Edward Rosbrow and actor David Ian Lee discuss Theatre of the Expendable's upcoming production of Anton Chekhov's Three Sisters on Broadway Bullet!

3 Sisters, 6 Actors, 12 Dollars

December 4-21 Thursday-Saturday at 8pm & Sunday at 2pm at The Dorothy Strelsin Theatre at the Abingdon Theatre Arts Complex (312 West 36th Street, 1st Floor). Tickets ($12) are available online at or by calling 212-868-4444.

Saturday, November 22, 2008


I'm not personally representing this show, but I just saw the first two installments tonight and this is a quality off-off Broadway production. The writing, acting, directing, and sound design are all top notch and this play is totally different from anything else thats out there right now. They close tomorrow but if you have the time to check it out, do yourself a favor and GO!

The Angel Eaters Trilogy, 3 plays by Johnna Adams
Saturday, November 22 at The Wings Theatre (154 Christopher Street)
Angel Eaters at 1pm
Rattlers at 4pm
8 Little Antichrists at 8pm
Tickets ($18) are available at

Friday, November 21, 2008

The Scandal!

What did she do and what is this huge scandal all about? Come check out The Management's upcoming production to find out!

, produced by Horse Trade Theater Group and The Management, will play at The Red Room (85 E. 4th Street, 3rd Floor) December 4-20, Thursday through Saturday at 8pm and Sundays at 3pm. Tickets ($18, $15 students/seniors) are available by calling Smarttix at 212-868-4444 or online at . Visit for more info.

Monday, November 17, 2008

Bigfoot is the new black

Sci Fi Screening Room's Bigfoot Night! on New York Times Urban Eye and

FRIGID 2009 shows announced!

All 30 shows for this years FRIGID Festival have been announced. Check out for the full list of this years participants!

Sunday, November 16, 2008

Bigfoot Night tomorrow!

Are you a big fan of Bigfoot (or just like your men big and hairy)? then check out Sci Fi Screening Room's Bigfoot Night (Time Out NY Editors Pick) tomorrow at UNDER St. Marks. This months show will feature an assortment of footage from documentaries (Ancient Mysteries, Bigfoot: Man or Beast?) and vintage television shows (Bigfoot & Wildboy, The Six Million Dollar Man Meets the Bionic Bigfoot, In Search of… ) The feature presentation is the award-winning short film Skunk Ape (pictured above), a low-budget revenge epic following a Florida Skunk Ape who hunts down members of a Chicago Punk band. It’s Harry And The Hendersons meets Point Blank. The evening will also include Bigfoot drinking games, haikus, trivia, and prizes!

Monday, November 17 at 7pm (bar opens at 6:30pm)
UNDER St. Marks
$7 for believers, $10 for non-believers

RIP Anita's Underground

No more Anita's Underground (at least not at UNDER St. Marks). We're sad to see her go, but wish her nothing but the best. Hopefully we'll catch her and her pasties at other venue's around the city soon!

Sunday, November 2, 2008





By Todd Michael, Directed by Walter J. Hoffman

November 5-8 & November 13-15 at 8pm, November 9 & 16 at 7pm at UNDER St. Marks (94 St. Marks Place between 1st and A)

An expose not for the faint of heart, VICE GIRL CONFIDENTIAL uncovers the grime and grit plaguing the seedy streets of 1950s Gotham. Only one man, D.A. Walter Slade, can stand up to vice-racket kingpin Duke Craigie—that is, if he can shake off his yen for Stella Fontaine (played by Todd Michael), the madam of New York’s most infamous brothel.

Tickets ($18) are available by calling SmartTix at 212-868-4444 or online at


By John Patrick Bay, Directed by Tom Berger

November 7-10, 13 - 16, & 20 - 22 at 8pm, and November 15, 22, & 23 at 3pm at the 14th Street Y Theatre (344 E. 14th Street between 1st and 2nd Ave)

“This is not the time to question authority. You are either with America, or you are not.” In a post-9/11, post-Katrina world full of the politics of fear and doctrines of intolerance and hate, what are we willing to sacrifice for our own sense of security? What liberties are we willing to give up so we can go to bed at night? Inspired by Sinclair Lewis’ classic It Can’t Happen Here , AS WE SPEAK shows the drastic effects on the average American if what eventually emerges as a fascist dictatorship legally wins the American Presidency. Commissioned by RTC, AS WE SPEAK takes a look at what could happen in an America stripped of her civil liberties and the dangers of too much power in the wrong hands.

Tickets ($18, $13 students) are available online at or by calling 212-868-4444.

Horse Trade Theater Group
GiGi La Femme & Doc Wasabassco Production:

More burlesque than you’ve ever seen!

Wednesday, November 19 at Under St. Marks (94 St. Marks Place between 1st and A)

Brought to you by the Power Couple of Burlesque (GiGi La Femme and Doc Wasabassco) Revealed is a cutting-edge burlesque show with a sinfully dirty twist. This unique and extra-sultry night features the sexiest, most notorious burlesque performers in New York City, as you’ve never seen them before! Revealed promises you more bang for your buck than any other show in town.

November's show will feature tantalizing performances by Amber Ray, GiGi La Femme, Kobayashi Maru, Darlinda Just Darlinda, Peekaboo Pointe, and Gal Friday, with your charming and inebriated host, Bastard Keith!

"Worth considerably more than the paltry $20 admission fee it demands, the neo-burlesque show Revealed offers up a substantial helping of coquetry, comedy and camp, along with other, pinker, softer words beginning with the letter C." –Anna King, New York Press

Tickets ($20) are available by calling SmartTix at 212-868-4444 or online at






(A Night of One-Act Romantic Tragedies)

Directed by Lindsey Moore

November 20-December 6, Thursday through Saturday at 8pm and Sunday, November 30 at 2pm (no show on November 27) at UNDER St. Marks (94 St. Marks Place between 1st and A)

PLUCKING FAILURES LIKE RIPE FRUIT is a collection of small works by big playwrights, all of which are about people trying, and failing, at love. Before each show, the audience will draw our performance order from a collection of more than 10 short plays, so every night is guaranteed to be a different show! Plays include Sure Thing by David Ives, 1-900-Desperate by Christopher Durang, Here We Are by Dorothy Parker, Request Stop by Harold Pinter, Cold by David Mamet, Miss You by David Auburn, Please Have a Seat And Someone Will Be With You Shortly by Garth Wingfield, Anything For You by Cathy Celesia, A Day For Surprises by John Guare, Breaking Even by Dan Dietz, and 4 a.m. (Open All Night) by Bob Krakower.

Tickets ($15, $12 students/seniors) are available by calling Smarttix at 212-868-4444 or online at