Sunday, May 1, 2016

Congratulations To Playwright Tina Posterli, Whose Play FLIGHT 987 Makes It's Debut In The Strawberry One-Act Festival



Tina Posterli (Playwright, FLIGHT 987) is a playwright, actress and producer based in Long Beach, NY. Her work has been performed in the New York International Fringe Festival and the Midtown International Theatre Festival. She has appeared on television and radio and had an original series based on her serial play, My Own Private Eyeshadow, on Manhattan Cable Network. Most recently, her play, Comin' Up a Cloud, which she co-authored with Mark Hunter, had workshop performances at Cloverdale Playhouse in Montgomery, Alabama, Manhattan Theatre Club Creative Center, Dramatists Guild, NYC, and Epiphany Theatre, NYC. Tina's performance background includes improv and sketch comedy. She was founder of the sketch comedy troupe, The Ingredients, and regularly performed at venues across NYC including: The Duplex, Comedy Cellar and New York Comedy Club. 

 

FLIGHT 987 By Tina Posterli


Passengers struggle with their captivity while trapped on board a grounded plane.


Saturday, July 16th at 3pm
 
Monday, July 18th at 7pm
 
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


Saturday, July 16th at 3pm
Playing with:

EULOGIES By Amanda Feliciano
What happens at a funeral, stays at a funeral.

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 . . .

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.

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. 

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.

Wednesday, July 20th at 9pm
Playing with:

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.”


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

THE WAITRESS By Ainslie Caswell
Get exactly what you ordered and so much more.
This one-act short play explores identity, freedom, imaginary boundaries, and the power for people to make their own choices.

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

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