Tuesday, April 26, 2016

Congratulations To Playwright Michael Selditch, Whose Play EXPRESS TRAIN Kicks Off The Strawberry One-Act Festival



MICHAEL SELDITCH (Playwright, EXPRESS TRAIN & Director) is currently the executive producer/director of the drama, I Love You, But I Lied, on Lifetime Movie Network. A two-time Emmy nominated producer, he’s directed/produced many non-scripted television series including Catfish, Nine By Design, Architecture School (International Documentary Award, Best Limited Series) and Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. Feature films as director/producer include: Fixing Frank (Independent Spirit Award nomination) and Eleven Minutes. Selditch is in development on his third feature film, In Burton’s Shadow, starring Alan Cumming.     





EXPRESS TRAIN By Michael Selditch
Two very different men reluctantly bond on a subway train stuck between stops late one night. As one man unwillingly reveals an incriminating secret that's haunted him for years, the other finds his own value, in this dark comedy set 40 feet below Times Square. 




 

 













Thursday, July 14th at 7pm
Monday, July 18th at 7pm
Saturday, July 23rd at 1pm

Thursday, July 14th at 7pm
Playing with:

SIXTY SHADES OF GREY By Amanda Ortega
A romantic comedy with a twist.  Your match might be closer than you think, you just have to pay a little more attention.

THE UNKNOWNS By Kacie Devaney
Scarlett and Jeb have been married for twenty years and have faded into a passionless relationship.  An unexpected visit from the new next door neighbors is about to change everything.  Or at least, try.

SEE YOU HAVE ME By Simone Allen & Ed Rosini
Directed By Shannon Ludeman
Simone Allen: Writer/Composer/Music Director
Adam Kaminski: Bass, Jeff Saltzman: Cajon

Nick's family just doesn't get him, and neither does his older sister, Sam, who has just come home from her second year at college. Watch this family struggle with finding themselves, loving each other, and letting go in this original short musical.
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Monday, July 18th at 7pm
Playing with:

REALITY SUCKS By Sonia Cordoves
A plastic surgeon and a stripper finally decide to meet at a restaurant after communicating on Match.com.  The realities of online dating makes this a hilarious spoof about the things people make up on this popular Dating website.

FLIGHT 987 By Tina Posterli
Passengers struggle with their captivity while trapped on board a grounded plane.

THE COMMUTERS or A CAUTIONARY TALE OF THE PORT AUTHORITY, A Musical
By Gil Varod, Caleb Damschroder & Kit Goldstein Grant
Christopher Michaels (Producer)
When a recently-sacked MTA executive wanders the port Authority Bus Terminal after midnight, the plaster “Commuters” sculpture comes alive to warn him how he is to pay for his subway-related sins.  A one-act horror musical that played to uproarious laughter during its initial reading at Lincoln Center’s “Across A Crowded Room” festival.
Avoid the Port Authority after midnight.

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Saturday, July 23rd at 1pm
Playing with:
THE OLD STATES By Lain Kienzle
Directed by Lain Kienzle
As the snow storm of the decade hits her small farm house, Mildred finds a stranger collapsed at her door step.  But once she opens that door, she may not want to close it.

THE EARLY BIRD SPECIAL By John J. Ronan
A martini to die for, the old folks are really stepping out.

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