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Saturday, October 12,2013

“Nightmare Killers 2” Created by Timothy Haskell

at the Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center

A sequel to last year’s similarly themed event, Nightmare NYC’s new installation features an intriguing cocktail of historic research and eerie fantasy.
Saturday, October 5,2013

“Sarah Flood in Salem Mass” by Adriano Shaplin

at The Flea Theater

Are you guilty of fetishizing the past? If your answer is yes, you are not alone.
Saturday, October 5,2013

“I Came to Look For You on Tuesday”
by Chiori Miyagawa

at La MaMa

The production’s Playbill defines the time and place of the play as “when losses are suffered and perseverance is witnessed on this planet.”
Saturday, September 28,2013

“Philip Goes Forth” by George Kelly

at The Mint Theater

An ambitious young man rebelling against his father’s desire for him to pursue a career in the family business is a common theme in American theater.
Tuesday, September 24,2013

“Ubu” by Adam Szymkowicz

Presented by One-Eighth

Welcome to The House of Ubu; King of The Great Expanding Universe. You should consider yourself lucky. It’s a privilege to even be invited. And Ubu loves entertaining guests.
Tuesday, September 24,2013

“Something Something Uber Alles (Das Jackpot)” by Assurbanipal Babilla

at UNDER St. Marks

“Did it really happen? I'll probably spend the rest of my life asking myself: Did it really happen?”
Tuesday, September 24,2013

“The Compass Rose”
by Ronan Noone

With its welcoming old school atmosphere and house-made ale, the intimate upstairs room at the Ryan’s Daughter tavern provides a fitting backdrop for the Fat Violet Theater’s bittersweet, Celtic-flavored meditation on love, loss, memory and maturation.
Saturday, September 21,2013

“Women or Nothing”
by Ethan Coen

At Atlantic Theater Company

Coen’s new full-length play that follows a lesbian couple who tricks an innocent heterosexual man into a one-night stand so they can conceive a child the “natural” way.
Tuesday, September 17,2013

“I Can See Clearly Now (The Wheelchair on My Face)” by Sonya Kelly

Presented by Fishamble: The New Play Company at 59E59 Theaters

Playwright and one-woman performer Sonya Kelly brings new meaning to the popular lyrics: “I can see clearly now the rain has gone.
Tuesday, September 17,2013

“Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play”
by Anne Washburn

at Playwrights Horizons

There’s nothing quite as unsettling as an eerily plausible painting of dystopia. Usually the first concern in a hypothetical apocalypse scenario is; how will we survive?