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East Broadway Theater Project: Fall 2019 Season

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Manny Cantor Center

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EAST BROADWAY THEATER PROJECT

East Broadway Theater Project is thirlled to present its second season of readings at Manny Cantor Center

FALL 2019 SCHEDULE:
COLD BLOODED

MONDAY | NOVEMBER 4 | 7pm

Blood! Gore! Love! Laughs! Cold Blooded is a wildly campy spoof inspired by “B” movies of the 50’s and early 60’s. Written by award-winning comedian, Joel Greenhouse, co-author of Off Broadway’s Bride of Frankenstein musical Have I Got A Girl For You! and winner of the 2014 Neil Simon Festival new play award.


TEN BY TEN

MONDAY | NOVEMBER 18 | 7pm

In response to the New York Times Article “More Women Deserve Statues in New York: Here Are 10” Anna Strasser directs ten playwrights as they recreate the lives of ten women who deserve statues:

The ten women include Antonia Pantoja, Isabella Goodwin, Lillian Wald, Alice Austen, Shirley Chisholm, Dorothy Day, Beverly Sills, Inez Milholland, Frances Perkins, Zora Neale Hurston. Featuring work by the playwrights Janis Astor Del Val, Cindy Cooper, Cheryl Davis, Fengar Gael, Amina Henry, Lee Hunkins, Gail Kriegel, Arika Larson, Deborah Savadge, Cherry Lou Sy.


SEEING STARS

MONDAY | DECEMBER 2 | 7pm

Emmy Award-winning writer/performer Ellen Gould weaves her personal experience into an inspiring and

hilarious musical about the blunders and benefits of “seeing differently.” In Seeing Stars, five feisty and funny women who all have Stargardt’s (juvenile macular degeneration) prove that whatever our sight can also lift us up to greater vision.


AUDREY -THE NEW MUSICAL

MONDAY | JANUARY 6 | 7pm

Danielle Moore, an early career musical theater lyricist and composer brings us a new musical about Audrey Hepburn. We examine her life from her little-known days as a ballerina-turned-spy in Nazi-occupied Holland, through her enduring status as a feminine ideal as Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s.


THE LAST OF THE GREAT EXPECTATIONS

MONDAY | FEBRUARY 3 | 7pm

Five women in their late seventies–born before women had the right to vote–meet on a cruise and cook up a scheme to ensure they will remain in charge of what is left of their lives. Written by Marilyn Harris Kriegel whose recent play Harm’s Way won first prize in The Athena Festival.



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