April 16 – May 1
THE TAMING OF THE SHREW by William Shakespeare, directed by Rebecca Patterson with Tiffany Abercrombie, Kelsey Arendt, Ashley Samona Baker, Amy Driesler, Laura E. Johnston, Nylda Mark, Elisabeth Preston, Catherine Talton. Produced by The Queen’s Company. Performance schedule: Tuesday-Saturday at 8 PM; Sunday at 3 PM Tickets: $18; 2 for 1 Tuesdays
Featuring The Queen’s Company’s signature all-female cast, this provocative production of Shakespeare’s sexy and controversial comedy will delight and surprise with an unexpected redemptive ending.
May 4 – May 22
MURROW by Joseph Vitale, directed by Jeremy Williams With Joseph Menino.Produced by Phoenix Theatre Ensemble. Performance schedule: Wednesday – Sat at 8 PM; Sunday May 8 & 22 at 3 PM; No performance on Wednesday, May 11; added performance on Tuesday, May 17 at 8 PM. Tickets: $25
More than just a biographical look at an icon and pioneer of American broadcast journalism, MURROW is a stinging indictment of the contemporary corporate-media complex.
May 10 – May 15
ARE YOU NOW OR HAVE YOU EVER BEEN by Eric Bentley. Produced by Phoenix Theatre Ensemble/ Performance schedule: Tuesday, May 10 & Wednesday, May 11 at 8 PM; Saturday, May 14 at 2 PM; Sunday, May 15 at 3 PM. Tickets: $25
Eric Bentley’s riveting drama based on the infamous HUAC hearings in the 1950’s.. “A rollercoaster of conscience.” – NYPost
All performances are at the wild project (195 E. 3rd Street, between Avenues A & B). Tickets can be purchased from OvationTix on 212.352.3101 or online at http://www.thewildproject.com. The Box Office opens one hour prior to curtain. The wild project is a theater, film, music, and visual arts venue that presents diverse, engaging, inspiring, and entertaining works to the vibrant and growing community of Alphabet City in New York’s East Village, while bringing together the artists and the environment in a unique way. Founded in 2007, the wild project is an innovator among arts venues, providing an eco-friendly theater and gallery where the artists and space nurture each other. The company is dedicated to creating an environment that supports the artists, and to cultivating artists that support the environment. With an eco-conscious approach to presenting the dynamic works of hundreds of emerging artists each year, the wild project offers an artistic and environmental education for patrons of all ages, interests, and incomes in its community