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THE CAPABLES Jay Stull featured in the NY Times article 

SOME PLAYWRIGHTS GET 'REAL'


Dorit is helping to bring Half Straddle's SEAGULL (Thinking of you) to MASS LIVE ARTS!

Tickets available NOW!


CollaborationTown presents a workshop production
as part of the Ice factory Festival

HELP US TO MAKE IT

written by Boo Killebrew, Geoffrey Decas O'Donnell, and Jordan Seavey
directed by Lee Sunday Evans
co-created with Lee Sunday Evans and TJ Whitham

JULY 17 - 20th @ 7:00 PM

The New Ohio
154 Christopher St
(btwn Greenwich and Washington)

HELP ME TO MAKE IT weaves together stories about several generations struggling from inside the architecture of contemporary families. As questions arise about fidelity, sexuality, gener, and the myths created to help us comprehend it all, the characters try to make sense of themselves and of familial love. These stories hinge on how personal moments of everyday existence add up to lifetimes of monumental passion, devastating betrayal, and inevitable transformation.

Tickets are $18
($15 for Students and Seniors)
Click HERE to buy tickets.

For more information abut CollaborationTown visit their website at CollaborationTown.org


Neighborhood Productions and The Kindling Theater Company

in association with Judson Arts presents


THE CAPABLES


by Jay Stull

directed by Stephanie Abel Horowitz


JULY 17th - AUGUST 3rd
Sundays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays @ 7:00 PM

Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays @ 8:00 PM

(No performance on Saturday July 27th)


The Gym at Judson

243 Thompson St

(at washington Square South)


Anna Capable has a collection. Her daughter, Jessy,calls it a hoard. In a desperate attempt to fix her family, Jessy enlists the help of a reality TV show to remove her mother's mess. But when the camera sees a story very different form the one Jessy wants to tell, she begins to question if cleanliness really is next to godliness. A heartfelt play about hoards, collections, and the dirty business of radical inclusion.

Tickets are $18
SmartTix.com 

Or cash at the Box Office