THE ASTORIA PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
Recipient of Best Musical 2010 NYIT Award forChildren of Eden
proudly presents the World Premiere of
A HARD WALL AT HIGH SPEED
And then the world went crazy.
Written by ASHLIN HALFNIGHT
“Mr. Halfnight has a gift for punchy, coarse dialogue; an interest in bittersweet detail; and an ear for the inarticulate angst of young people stuck in limbo.”-The New York Times
“A playwright who bears watching.”- Village Voice
“[Halfnight has] a finesse that is rare for a new writer.”-The New York Times
Directed by MAY ADRALES
NOVEMBER 3 – 19, 2011
THE GOOD SHEPHERD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Donnie Cole is a Floridian with the ideal existence: he’s a charter pilot who loves to fly planes – he has the perfect family, owns his home, and basks in the respect of his community. But when he misjudges a situation at work, an unexpected burst of media attention turns an uneasy community against him. A play about one man's mistake, and how it changed the nation, A HARD WALL AT HIGH SPEED asks how we heal, how we forgive, and how far we've come.A HARD WALL AT HIGH SPEED features Tom O’Keefe*(“CSI”, Riverside Theatre) as Donnie,Sarah Kate Jackson* (Bride Wars, Ashlin Halfnight's God's Waiting Room) as June, Johnny Pruitt*("30 Rock", Dead Man Walking premiere at NYC Opera) as Trout and Ryan Templeton(NYC debut, web series "Dank and Nank") as Marcy. *appears courtesy of Actors' Equity Association
A HARD WALL AT HIGH SPEED plays the following schedule through Saturday, November 19:
Thursdays at 8 p.m. | Fridays at 8 p.m. | Saturdays at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Tickets are $18,available online at www.apacny.org or by calling 866-811-4111. Tickets may also be purchased in-person at the Theatre Box Office, 30 minutes prior to the performance.
Good Shepherd United Methodist Church 30-44 Crescent St (@30th Rd) Astoria, NY 11102
Running time:120 minutes (with one ten minute intermission)
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Proudly Presents the Encore Production of
WINNER of FRINGENYC 2011 OVERALL EXCELLENCE AWARD
“Entertaining as hell... compelling script and excellent performance”
–Joanna Bowzer, New York Theater Review
“Understated but brilliant... beautifully cinematic”
–Michael Mraz, NYTheatre.com
HEROES AND OTHER STRANGERS
San Francisco. 1971. A tale of mystery, adventure, and running away.
Written by and Starring
Directed by CHRISTIAN HAINES
NOVEMBER 1 – NOVEMBER 19, 2011 AT THE CELL
OPENING NIGHT IS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3 AT 8 P.M.
TICKETS ON SALE NOW AT THECELLTHEATRE.ORG
It's 1971. Lenny is perfectly content with his life. He works at a camera shop in New York's Greenwich Village. He's not in the war, not fighting against it, not tuning in, turning on, or dropping out. He's not doing anything but standing on one side of a camera watching it all pass him by. But when a neighborhood girl disappears, Lenny finds himself searching for two runaway teenagers in San Francisco, where he finds hippies, revolutionaries, lovers, killers, heroes and other strangers, and, as it turns out, himself.
A noir tale told through a psychedelic lens.
HEREOES AND OTHER STRANGERS plays the following regular schedule:
Thursdays at 8 p.m.
Fridays at 8 p.m.
Saturdays at 8 p.m.
There will be an added performance on Tuesday November 1.
Tickets are $15-18 and are now available online at www.thecelltheatre.org or by calling 1-800-838-3006. Tickets may also be purchased in-person at the cell, ½ hour prior to performance
Running Time: 75 minutes
Click here for $10 tickets the first weekend $15 all other performances with code: kampheroes
directed by Alice Reagan
Oct. 20-30, 2011
145 6th Ave. (Enter on Dominick, 1 Block South of Spring)
For Tickets & Information at: here.org or call 212-352-3101
Parker is a man who feels trapped until he hears the voices of two tortured prisoners calling out to him and only him. Will Parker’s quest to free them be a descent into madness or just what he needs to find the light? With wit and grace, PRISON LIGHTis a drama about the everyman inside us all.
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