We couldn’t be prouder of our Artistic Director, Christopher Ulloth! His play First Snow has been selected by the id Theater company as a result of the annual Seven Devils Contest. For this reason, Chris is going to spend some days in Idaho working on his play together with other playwrights, dramaturges and professionals of the stage. Take a look at the program of the conference!
In case you missed our staged reading of First Now, we leave you a little reminder of the plot:
In the first snow of winter, two young lovers venture into an abandoned and fire-ravaged mining town. Eager for escape and dreaming of their yet unrealized futures, they brave the mysterious and desolate place where the burning earth meets the frozen sky, only to discover that the escape they seek may be the very thing that tears them apart.
Some stills from our Cold Water Challenge video to raise awareness for cancer.
Thanks to everyone who yesterday came to “WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? A short play festival!”. After a lot of work, talent, support and luck, it ended up being a huge success!
We hope to work with all of you soon again!
We are waiting for… 7 MUSICIANS!!! The interludes between plays have never been so amusing!
What is waiting for you? Some personalities have a very clear idea.
If you want to explore how many shapes can the act of waiting take, come to “What are you waiting for? A Short Play Festival”, June 1st and 2nd at 7.00 PM.
The 92Y Resident Artists presents their last event of the spring season!
Bringing up together playwrights, actors, directors and musicians from all over NY, “What are you waiting for” (A short play festival) offers a compilation of 7 original short plays inspired by the idea of waiting as a common backdrop.
In addition, several musicians will perform life music in between the theater pieces. Also, the audience will be able to address questions to the crew in an open discussion after the festival.
So stop waiting for things to happen and come see things happening while someone else is waiting! Come to the 92nd Street Y on June 1st at 7.00PM (For FREE!)