Sunday, July 24, 2016

Watch The Strawberry One-Act Festival ON DEMAND



See the Strawberry One-Act Festival ON DEMAND

SIXTY SHADES OF GREY by Amanda Ortega
A romantic comedy with a twist: a single woman is on her way to meet her first “normal” Match.com date when suddenly she gets stuck in an elevator with a man she wants nothing to do with.
           
EXPRESS TRAIN by Michael Selditch
In this dark comedy set late one night and forty feet below Times Square, two men reluctantly bond on a subway train stuck between stops. As one man unwillingly reveals an incriminating secret that's haunted him for years, the other finds his own value.

THE UNKNOWNS by Kacie Devaney
Can an unexpected visit from the new next door neighbors save a crumbling marriage between SCARLETT and JEB. Everything is about to change. Or is it?

Monday, July 25th at 9pm
At the Theatre at St. Clement’s, 423 West 46th Street, NYC
The Riant Theatre’s Strawberry One-Act Festival

SEE YOU HAVE ME
Book by Simone Allen and Ed Rosini, music and lyrics by Simone Allen
Nick's family just doesn't get him, and neither does his older sister, just back home from college. in this short musical, a family struggles with loving each other, and letting go.

THE G69 TRIPLE X-TREME OSCILLATOR by Peter M. Carrozzo
A newly purchased sex toy arrives, and a couple is about to try it out – but the user’s manual in nowhere to be found. A search for the instructions leads them into several unanticipated discoveries.

PSYCHIC CAFÉ by Anthony Fusco
A flamboyant NYC psychic hires an assistant to draw in new business. The new guy has no idea what he’s in for until he meets the quirky clients who reveal the most bizarre, over-the-top secrets.


CROCKETT’S LAST STAND by George Cameron Grant
A speech at the House of Representatives ends the political career of Colonel David Crockett. Then, Colonel encounters an escaped slave boy and learns from him about the true meaning of courage.
Monday, July 25th at 7pm
For tickets go to
https://www.therianttheatre.com/item.php?id=253
At the Theatre at St. Clement’s, 423 West 46th Street, NYC
The Riant Theatre’s Strawberry One-Act Festival

NIGHTS ON THE COUCH by Matt Fotis
One man’s journey from child to parent, told through five nights spent on the couch.

THE OLD STATES by Lain Kienzle
As the snowstorm of the decade hits her small farmhouse, Mildred finds a stranger collapsed at her doorstep. But once she opens that door, she may not want to close it.

JUST SAY IT THREE TIMES by Erin Moughon
Joanna and Emilia are spending another night at home drinking and bemoaning the state of their live – until Joanna summons playwright Aphra Behn to visit them from the
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HIM AND HER, book, music and lyrics by Matt Anderson
A dark story that will leave you asking questions that hopefully will start a dialog about a difficult topic.
Watch it On Demand at

Monday, July 25th at 9pm
At the Theatre at St. Clement’s, 423 West 46th Street, NYC
The Riant Theatre’s Strawberry One-Act Festival

THE COMMUTERS, or A CAUTIONARY TALE OF THE PORT AUTHORITY
A musical by Gil Varod, Caleb Damschroder and Kit Goldstein Grant
When a recently-sacked MTA executive wanders the Port Authority Bus Terminal after midnight, the “Commuters” sculpture comes alive to call him on his subway-related sins. The piece was read to uproarious laughter at Lincoln Center’s “Across A Crowded Room” festival.


A FRIEND by Anika Benkov
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.
Watch it On Demand at https://vimeo.com/ondemand/afriend

THE ELEVATOR by Neil Wolfe
A woman trapped in an elevator is forced to confront her imaginary sister.
Watch it ON DEMAND Now at https://vimeo.com/ondemand/theelevator

Monday, July 25th at 7pm
At the Theatre at St. Clement’s, 423 West 46th Street, NYC
The Riant Theatre’s Strawberry One-Act Festival

LIKE THROUGH A MIRROR by Joseph Lizardi
What happens when make–believe dominates reality.

REALITY SUCKS by Sonia Cordoves
A spoof on things people make up for online date sites, in which a plastic surgeon and a stripper who hit it off through Match.com decide to finally meet in person.

BLACKBERRY WINTER by Kai Elijah Hamilton
An African-American mother finds herself in the abandoned house from her dreams, a place where, as she thinks, her child has been held captive after his abduction. Will a haunting, years-long mystery be solved? 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 their teenage daughter’s decision about her first love. Armed with a smartphone, the youngster starts researching their stories online – and as it happens, grownups learn quite a lot about themselves.

THE EARLY BIRD SPECIAL by John J. Ronan
A martini to die for: the old folks are really stepping out.
Watch it On Demand at https://vimeo.com/ondemand/theearlybirdspecial

EULOGIES by Amanda Feliciano
What happens at a funeral, stays at a funeral.
Watch it On Demand at https://vimeo.com/ondemand/eulogies

Monday, July 25th at 9pm
For tickets go to
https://www.therianttheatre.com/item.php?id=266
At the Theatre at St. Clement’s, 423 West 46th Street, NYC
The Riant Theatre’s Strawberry One-Act Festival

GARBAGE by John Michael Wagner
Based on a true story, GARBAGE explores issues of class, race, alcohol, drug abuse, and Christianity. When a college kid sentenced to community service reports to a sanitation worker, they discover they each carry a lot of garbage. Together they learn what stinks and what's worth keeping.
Watch it On Demand at https://vimeo.com/ondemand/garbage

FLIGHT 987 by Tina Posterli
Passengers trapped in a grounded plane struggle with their captivity.
Watch it On Demand at https://vimeo.com/ondemand/flight987

LUCILLE ZANZIBARZ by Don Rosenthal
A tragicomical examination of emotions of a tormented man that may have murdered his wife.

Monday, July 25th at 7pm
At the Theatre at St. Clement’s, 423 West 46th Street, NYC
The Riant Theatre’s Strawberry One-Act Festival

REVOLVER by Paul Trupia
Our Second Amendment in Action.
Watch it On Demand at https://vimeo.com/ondemand/revolver

Monday, July 25th at 7pm
At the Theatre at St. Clement’s, 423 West 46th Street, NYC
The Riant Theatre’s Strawberry One-Act Festival

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

A VIEW FROM THE BACK by Yi Shi
Who contemplates the questions of love, death, and violence in a taxi?
  
PUTIN AND THE SNOWMAN by Robert Kerbeck
Edward Snowden has been granted asylum in Russia. He’s also been given a new job that brings a whole new meaning to the term “whistleblower.”

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