Sunday, May 1, 2016

Congratulations To Playwright Ainslie Caswell, Whose Play WAITRESS Makes It's Debut In The Strawberry One-Act Festival



Ainslie Caswell (Playwright, THE WAITRESS) is a fledgling writer and playwright. In addition to finishing a book about the year of her life spent as an exotic dancer and showing her two completed stage works, she hopes to work on two additional stage plays in the coming year. She can be found on Medium, posting various essays in The Coffeelicious and The Lighthouse. Connect with her on Medium or Twitter, at @ainscas.


THE WAITRESS By Ainslie Caswell
Get exactly what you ordered and so much more.



Sunday, July 17th at 9pm
 

Tuesday, July 19th at 9pm

Wednesday, July 20th at 9pm


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



Sunday, July 17th at 9pm
Playing with:

SEE YOU HAVE ME, A Musical
Book By Simone Allen & Ed Rosini
Music & Lyrics By Simone Allen
Directed By Allison Benko
Musical Director, Simone Allen

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.
Tuesday, July 19th at 9pm
Playing with:

THE G69 TRIPLE X-TREME OSCILLATOR
By Peter M. Carrozzo
A couple’s discussion about the arrival of a newly purchased sexual device is complicated by the wife’s accidentally misplacing the instructions.  Their search for the whereabouts leads them into several unanticipated discoveries.

THE SHINING WORDS By Thomas M. Walsh
Directed by Thomas M. Walsh
Featuring:  Chablis Quarterman
An introduction and appreciation of poetry.

THE SUICIDE JOURNALS By Veronique LaShell MacRae
(For Mature Audiences)
The Suicide Journals is an in depth intense and raw look at the world of teenage and young adult suicide.  Each character, The Jumper, the Shooter, The Hanger, The Pill Popper and The Cutter, represent some of the common methods of suicide attempts, while exploring issues such as sexuality, religion, systematic injustices, racism, Islamophobia, bullying and abuse.
Death is inevitable for a lost soul . . .

Wednesday, July 20th at 9pm
Playing with:

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



TAXI! By Yi Shi
Who contemplates the questions of love and death in a taxi?  A mosquito.

PUTIN AND THE SNOWMAN By Robert Kerbeck
Edward Snowden has been granted asylum in Russia.  He’s also been given a new job.  One that brings a whole new meaning to the term “whistle-blower.”

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

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