directed by Kip Fagan
set by Andromache Chalfant
costumes by Jessica Pabst
lights by Jeanette Oi-Suk Yew
sound by Daniel Kluger
stage manager Ellen Goldbergwith Lauren Annunziata, Seth Clayton, Alexander Flores, Ben Hollandsworth, Ana Nogueira, Bonnie White, Danny Wolohan and Colleen WerthmannJune 13 – June 22
Opening night Monday, June 16th
(no performance June 17th)
All performances at 8pmbuy tickets ** info on Playbill
154 Christopher Street, #1E, New York, New York 100
Little Theatre: Vol XIV, No. 3 — November, 2013
witten & directed by LaShea Delaney
with Valerie Evering as Condeleeza Rice
choreography: Morgan Fogarty
collaborators: Jon Berstein, Deepthi Welaratna
Condi is at a party that hasn’t started, that will start, that may never begin.
written and directed by Ariel Stess
artistic contributors: Milo Cramer, Maxwell Cosmo Cramer, Paul Ketchum
music by Jonah Rosenberg
So the Projector is also empathetic.
And he makes us and the audience feel sympathy for him.
So the Projector is also your Protector.
He watches you walk home at night.
He protects you.
written and performed by Alexander Borinsky
Can I tell you something I’ve never told anyone before? I woke up this
morning and my first thought was of you.Part of a continually-expanding and consistently ill-folded map of an
American city. This portion concerns Magic Marvin, a blue marker, a
movie being made, and the Marriott Waterfront Hotel.
PERSEVERATING IN THE THERAPEUTIC DYAD, THE ONGOING ANALYTICS
by Anna Foss Wilson
directed by Rachel Murdy
Monday, November 11, 2013 — 7:30 p.m.
@ the new Dixon Place
161A Chrystie btw. Delancey & Rivington
(F/V 2nd Ave; 6 Bleecker; JMZ Bowery)
The play charts the non-journey of a man in his huge hallway and the responsibilities that await him at the other end. Through the hallway passes his daughter who lives far away and his wife who has been preparing for a company dinner in the kitchen.
Written and directed by Ariel Stess
Sound by Jon Bernstein
With Maxwell Cosmo Cramer, Paul Ketchum, Mary Rasmussen, and Gabrielle Young.
On Feb. 23rd at Dixon Place, the first half hour of my new play, “I’m Pretty Fucked Up or the Howls and Sounds Play” will be presented by Dixon Place’s Works in Progress Series at 10p, directed by Jess Chayes. Appearing: Lucy Kaminsky, among others. I’m splitting the bill with the ingenious and inspirational Maxwell Cosmo Cramer and Milo Cramer.
On Feb. 27th, Barbara Harrison and I will work on “The Only Girl in the Hot Tub” at the Lark. I’m stoked to get to hear this play again, with a lot of new blood in the room, and make some changes.
I’m directing a new piece… At Little Theatre at Dixon Place on Mon., Oct. 8th @ 7:30p, Ben Gassman’s new stunning short play Peer from the Dolomites will HAPPEN.
With Samuel Stonefield, Maxwell Cosmo Cramer, and Sam Soghor. Come check it out.
161A Chrystie St.
He Ate Quietly into the Wall will premier at Page 22 in Chelsea in early September.
Check out the interview of the century, covering the upcoming project:
To find out more about the show and my fundraising campaign, click below:
To help with my fundraising efforts, friend and quite talented New Mexico-based photographer, Winston Mason Riley, has donated two really lovely signed prints of the most beautiful place in the world — New Mexico. The prints will accompany donations made on behalf of the project. Click the link above to find out more. And, click below to check out more of Winston’s quite stunning work.
In He Ate Quietly into the Wall, a woman wanders into her living room in the middle of the night to find an old friend of her husband’s asleep on the couch. They speak through the night about matters of consequence and matters of no importance. Interwoven with their conversation is the story of two eight-year-old children playing in a fort in the desert — preparing for war.
He Ate Quietly into the Wall attempts to get at: what it feels like to grow up and the things we played with when we were young.
Written + Directed by Ariel Stess
Sound by Jon Bernstein + Deepthi Welaratna
Technical Direction by Samuel Stonefield
Scenic Design by Abigail Lloyd
Promotional Photo by Winston Riley
Poster by Walter Green
Starring Noel Joseph Allain, Jocelyn Kuritsky, Mary Rasmussen, and Alexander Wright
Performances September 7th & 14th at 7p
8th & 15th at 7p and 9p
at Page 22, in Chelsea
435 West 22nd Street Manhattan, New York 10011
Email email@example.com to reserve seats.
Uncanny Valley * this Saturday, July 7th (tomorrow) * will host a Post PS1 performance series, curated by Benjamin Gassman, that runs on a loop. My work-in-progress is at 4:30p and 7:30p and features the most lovely Maxwell Cosmo Cramer and Lucy Kaminsky. Stop by for a beer and a bit of entertainment///culture… I believe there is beer in exchange for a small donation and no entry fee.
The STARR READING SERIES at The BUSHWICK STARR Presents
The Lock and Doorwritten by Ariel Stessdirected by Meghan Finn
on Monday, April 16th at 8:00p
Photo Credit: Winston Mason Riley“Everyday when I wake up and all day long when I am home and sometimes into the night, even when you arrive I look up to see, maybe it’s him, and say maybe it’s him but it’s usually you, that problem.”In an oasis village in the Southwest, Maggie and Jimmy, disenchanted by the constraints of monogamy, are in search of a more inspiring way of life. They bait their friends, Ronald and Julie, into engaging in a social experiment to achieve a heightened romantic connection.And, in doing so, they wreak havoc in their own lives and the lives of their friends.FREE ADMISSION
To attend, RSVP to lockanddoorRSVP@gmail.com