Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Congratulations To Playwright Sonia Cordoves, Whose Play REALITY SUCKS, Opens At The Strawberry One-Act Festival



Sonia Cordoves (Playwright, REALITY SUCKS) is beyond excited to bring Reality Sucks from Miami to her dream city, New York. When she's not writing, you can find her acting, doing standup comedy or just making people laugh! She would like to thank her amazing cast for their superb interpretation of this hilarious play, her friends for accepting her zaniness and her family for sharing with her this fabulous ride called life. Special love to her daughter, Sonita, who she adores.  "Live, Love, Laugh every day of your life" is her motto.

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.


Saturday, July 16th at 1pm

Monday, July 18th at 7pm
 
Thursday, July 21st at 9pm

BUT TICKETS NOW CLICK HERE

Tickets: $25 Online, $27 at the Box Office
Premium Seats (Rows A-F): $30 Online, $35 at the Box Office

Saturday, July 16th at 1pm
Playing with:

BLACKBERRY WINTER By Kai Elijah Hamilton
An African American mother finds herself in the abandoned house from her dreams.  This is the house she suspects her child has been held captive after his abduction.  Has she finally solved the mystery that has haunted her for years or is she caught in a sinister web of trickery?  Something just ain’t right.

FAMILY GOOGLING By Mark D. Tjarks
Jacqueline and Frank invite an old friend over for dinner, hoping she will influence Jacqueline’s daughter’s decision about her first teenage love.  Having a smartphone at the ready during a conversation of old friends turns out to be a dangerous thing, as the daughter starts researching their stories through the internet.  They come to reveal and to learn more about themselves during the setting of the dinner table than they ever imagined.

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


Monday, July 18th at 7pm
Playing with:

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. 

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.

Thursday, July 21st at 9pm
Playing with:

A FRIEND By Anika Benkov
Directed by Michaelle Cheripka
Featuring: Gabrielle Lemonier & Miriam Litchenberg
A young woman hires a friend off of craigslist.  The play follows their relationship and explores themes of growing up, trust, boundaries, and intimacy between women in an internet age.

LIKE THROUGH A MIRROR By Joseph Lizardi
What could happen when “make believe” dominates reality?

At the Theatre at St. Clement’s, 423 West 46th Street, NYC

1 comment:

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