Tuesday, January 11, 2011

A Girl Wrote It: Performing February 3-20, 2011

Performing February 3-20
at The Red Room Theatre on the Lower East Side

85 East 4th Street , 3rd Floor
(btwn 2nd and 3rd Avenues)
Thursdays-Saturdays at 7pm, Sundays at 2pm
No performance on Sunday, Feb. 6

Get your tickets at SmartTix

Join our Mistress of Ceremonies (company member Liz White) for A Girl Wrote It: an evening of One-Act plays by women playwrights. Because just 17% of America's main stage productions are written by women, Wide Eyed attempts to tip the scales and expose eager audiences to more fantastic theatre. A Girl Wrote It is an ambitious evening of 4 dark, dangerous and humorous plays with universal themes. Wide Eyed takes great pride in presenting cohesive, well designed collections, and A Girl Wrote It is sure to please even the most discerning audience. In a review of our last showcase, Martin Denton said it was "a sterling example of how to mount an evening of short plays."


Written by Lynda Green
Directed by Jerrod Bogard
Featuring William Reid, Becky Sterling Rygg and Eric Whitten

A police stand-off is fertile ground for spiritual healing. A hostage situation turns into a beautiful night in.

Written by Kris Montgomery
Directed by Tim Butterfield
Featuring Tom Carman, Mim Granahan, Anthony Mead, Lucy McRae and Allison Moody*

Where do babies come from? In the future they come from screened donors chosen for their I.Q. scores, which sounds like a good idea - unless you're below the line.

The Return of Toodles Von Flooz
Written by Lisa Ferber
Directed by Kristin Skye Hoffmann
Featuring Brianne Mai, Colin McFadden and Lisa Mamazza

Betty O'Boozenberg, the Irish Jew, helps uncover the mystery of Toodles Von Flooz in this bar room morality tale.

"A film noir satire as dark as my third nipple and twice as funny."- A. Vincent.

Plight of the Apothecary
Written by Elizabeth Birkenmeier
Directed by Justin Ness
Featuring Andrew Harris, Sean Hefferon, Melissa Johnson, Mike Komala and Kirsta Peterson*

Sexually ambivalent siblings explore the limits of their post apocalyptic reality in this of poetic, mind-bending, dark comedy.

* Appears courtesy Actors' Equity Association

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