How far will one go to keep a job? Fascism, globe-trotting, and a couple trying to stay afloat are at the center of "Cocktail Party Putsch."
A reading of "Cocktail Party Putsch" by Toby Armour, Directed by Pat Souney will happen on August 9th at 1pm in East Haven, CT.
Featuring: Michael Anthony, Matthew Brand, David Cardone, Nancy Cardone, Michael Cartwright, Brian Cunningham, Julie Fitzpatrick, Michael Souney, Nancy Sumner, Mark Williams
"Eating and Drinking," a reading of a new draft of Susan Haar's play directed by Abigail Zealy-Bess and Featuring:
Denny Dale Bess, Julie Fitzpatrick, David Gelles, Judith Light, and Diana Ruppe
12-2pm in Chealsea NYC
Ensemble Studio Theatre Presents Asking for Trouble
"You Guys The Dog Did It" by Sylvia Khoury
Directed by Billy Carden
Featuring: Julie Fitzpatrick, Megan Hill, Michael Rosete
Series B: Tues, Oct 13 @ 8:30pm | Thurs, Oct 15 @7:00pm | Sat, Oct 17 @8:00pm
"Beyond Pretty Places," a musical ghost story
Play by Susan Merson and Music and Lyrics by Shellen Lubin
Musical Direction and Additional Music by Matthew Gandolfo
Directed by John Hadden
Featuring Phillip Callen, Julie Fitzpatrick, Jemma Kosanke, Ellen Parker, Heather Lupton Rasche
September 17, 18, 19 @ 7:30
September 20 @ 3pm & 7:30pm
September 24, 25, 26 @ 7:30
September 27 @ 3pm & 7:30pm
October 1, 2, 3 @ 7:30pm
October 4 @ 3pm & 7:30pm
13th Street Repertory Company 50 w 13th Street, NYC
THROUGH THE WINDOW
by Abigail Gampel
with: Julie Fitzpatrick, Audrey Martells, Meg MacCary
Directed By: Allison Mitchell
Monday July 6th at 8pm
at The HERE Arts Center
145 Sixth Avenue
(on Dominick- 1 block below Spring)
Dido in Idaho
by Abby Rosebrock & Directed by Colette Robert*
with Brad Anderson, Julie Fitzpatrick*, Dawn McGee*, Risa Sarachan* and Stephanie Ward
To break up the marriage of her favorite-poet-cum-lover, an alcoholic musicologist enlists the help of her estranged mother in rehab. A hilarious tragedy in Moscow,Idaho.
Wednesday 6/24 @ 7pm
On the Ensemble Studio Theatre, 6th Floor, 549 W 52nd Street, NYC
Friday June 19th, 2015
$5 (includes a glass of wine)
SINGLES IN AGRICULTURE
By Abby Rosebrock
Directed by Stephanie Ward
Abby Rosebrock - Priscilla
Graeme Gillis - Joel
Julie Fitzpatrick -Lois
On their last night together at an annual dating convention for farmers, a South Carolina army widow who loves MODERN FAMILY and talks to her pygmy goats angles for romance with a fundamentalist dairy farmer from Oklahoma. Inspired by research on twenty-first-century independent farming, SINGLES IN AGRICULTURE offers glimpses into a rural landscape where social isolation and economic exploitation intensify the hopes, anxieties, and losses that we all sign up for when we search for love.
Rough Draft allows directors to explore the earliest developmental stages of working on a new play, musical or devised project in a one-day residency in The Drama League Theater Center’s Stewart F. Lane and Bonnie Comley Studio Lab. Rough Draft is designed for directors with an interest in a brief, focused artistic exploration that includes direct engagement with an invited audience.
Rough Draft is a process. It begins with up to eight hours of collaborative exploration of a conceptual approach to a play and is immediately followed by an informal and lively showing of the work done that day, inviting the audience into a conversation as creative partners.
Rough Draft is not a play reading. It's a moment for a director and his or her collaborators to joyfully dive into the work and make discoveries about a directorial approach to a theatrical work. It’s a lab for a director who wants to investigate an idea with his or her collaborators in a lively, informal setting and share it with an invited community.
Celebrated playwright Susan Merson offers up a trilogy
of evocative works that walk the oft-rocky road of relationship:
by Susan Merson
directed by Shellen Lubin
featuring Polly Adams, Chris Ceraso, Julie Fitzpatrick, and Shane Howard
Stage Management by Zija Lubin-West and Taylor Makowski
June 8, 9, 15.,16, 21, 22, 26, 27, 29, 30
13th Street Rep is located at 50 w 13th Street, NYC
I Battled Lenny Ross by Anna Ziegler & Matt Schatz; directed by Daniella Topol
A new musical about the toughest interview of Mike Wallace's career.
Anna Ziegler has had plays produced at Seattle Rep, Cincinnati Playhouse, Magic Theatre, EST, New Georges, and Theatre 503 (UK), among others. Productions are upcoming at The Old Globe, City Theatre,The Playwrights Realm, Theater J and Lantern Theater.
Matt Schatz won the Kleban Prize for Musical Theatre for Trapezoid (Astoria Performing Arts Center). He is an alumnus of the EST/Youngblood program and his plays and musicals include Georama (St. Louis Rep), The Burdens (Playwrights Union), and Where Ever It May Be, among others.
Featuring: Julie Fitzpatrick, Olli Haaskivi, Jake Kitchin, Aaron Serotsky
Series A Performance Schedule:
Evening Performances: Weds May 13th, Thurs May 14th, Fri May 15th, Sat May 16th,
Sun May 17th, Mon May 18th, Weds May 20th, Thurs May 21th, Mon June 1st, Thurs Jun 4th, and Sat Jun 6th at 7pm
Matinee Performances: Sat May 16th, Sun May 17th, and Sat May 30th at 2pm
Closes June 6th
Clare Barron has written a moving one-act called "Doing Our Best" for the EST/Youngblood Brunch on Sunday featuring Julie Fitzpatrick, Haskell King, Kim Murtaugh, Diana Oh, and the voice of Kristin Griffith. "Doing our Best" is directed by Jeremy Bloom.
Spring is now actually here, making it all the easier to walk down to EST and see five new short plays by our Youngblood Playwrights. Things are looking up!
Join us at 12:30 for pancakes, eggs, bacon and open bar!
New plays start at 1:00
Featuring five new plays:
DOING OUR BEST By CLARE BARRON
A RANDOM WALK THROUGH THE MIDDLE OF TOWN By ALEX BORINSKY
THE NINTH PLANET By ERIC DUFAULT
THE NIGHT LILY GOT PREGNANT By ANNA MOENCH
TOMORROW By LEAH NANAKO WINKLER
A jail. An ancient Greek Chorus. And a murder. (Plus a new baby.)
"The Good Mother" by By Evangelia Costantakos Kingsley and directed by Eliza Beckwith will be read at Nova Studios 244 W 54th Street NYC at 7:30pm on March 20th featuring: Charlotte Cohn, Fleur Alyse Dobbins, Nick Harris, Julie Fitzpatrick, Damon Kindard, Kurt Kingsley, Lawton Paseka, Patricia Phillips, Elizabeth Preston, and Megan Tusing.
Sun, 15 March 2015 // 08:30 PM
Bowery Poetry, 308 Bowery, NYC (map)
Symphonics Live is the multidiscipline evening produced and hosted by Shawn "Mr. Symphonics Live" Randall. Symphonics Live is an evening that showcases the finest poets and singer/songwriters in NY. Along with elements of dance and improvisation, Symphonics Live promotes Generosity, Love, and Creativity through the continual exploration of humanity through performing and visual arts. Symphonics Live has performed for crowds of people at the the legendary Blue Note Jazz Club, Highline Ballroom, Joe's Pub, Zipper Factory Theater, and the Bowery Poetry Club in New York.
FEATURING: Karla Mosely, Julian Pollack, Duv, Julie Fitzpatrick, Natalie Tenenbaum, Graceface Killah, Tishon Woolcock, Shawn Randall, and More!
Founder and executive producer of Symphonics Live is an actor, poet, singer, writer, producer, and freestyle emcee. He competed in the National Poetry Slam with Team NYC URBANA of the Bowery Poetry Club. He has had extensive experience in Off-Broadway theater including the acclaimed "Blue Man Group," a staged reading of Middle Finger at the Joseph Papp Public Theatre and performances at the Bardavon Opera House, Ensemble Studio Theatre, La Mama E.T.C. and BAM. His film appearances include Slings and Arrows, an independent that won Best Feature at the Avignon/NY Film Festival. Shawn Randall currently serves on the Board of Directors of Ensemble Studio Theatre.
TICKETS: $15 online advance $20 at the doorhttp://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1315322
"Halo" is a play feeatured in EST/Youngblood's "BRUNCH-A-PHOBIA"
What scares you? Spiders? The Dark? National bacon shortages? We've got five new plays by Youngblood playwrights about phobias. Join us Sunday, March 1st. Pancakes, bacon and open bar start at 12:30. New Plays start at 1pm.
"Halo" by Ana Noguiera and directed by RJ Tolan features: Julie Fitzpatrick, Haskell King and Mike Smith Rivera
As part of the 5 Boros/1 City Project, Adam Kraar and Gaye Taylor Upchurch have teamed up to write about the rich and surprising lives of Electchester, a community in Queens of electricians who... bowl. And are family. Sort of.
A reading of Adam's play will take place on 2/25 at 12:30pm, at 520 8th Avenue, 3rd Floor, NYC.
Teenage Dick in Ma-Yi Lab
After a fabulously-helpful Rough Reading at the Playwrights Foundation in SF, "Teenage Dick" moves on to a Ma-Yi Lab reading in NYC, starring Gregg Mozgala, Shannon DeVido, Julie Fitzpatrick, Alex Breaux, Cleo Gray, and Anna Kull.
a Ma-Yi Lab Reading
Wed 2/18/15 @ 7pm
230 West 35th St #203 (betw 7th and 8th Ave)
An EST/Youngblood Brunch Play featuring:
Bradley Anderson, Lindsey Austen, Julie Fitzpatrick, Molly Ward and directed by Nicole Ricciardi
We all have obsessions. Perhaps a lover. Perhaps a nemesis. Perhaps watching short plays once a month while eating breakfast food comfortably late in the day.
Join Youngblood next Sunday and we can share our obsessions together. Along with some booze and pancakes.
New plays by Paul Cameron Hardy, Mariah MacCarthy, Abby Rosebrock, Jahna Ferron-Smithand Emily Chadick Weiss starting at 1pm. Bacon, eggs, pancakes and open bar start at 12:30.
Click here for tickets or call 866-811-4111
Abingdon Theatre Company at 2pm (312 w 36th Street NYC)
A staged reading of "The Other Genius" by Steven Haworth
Featuring Chris Ceraso, Julie Fitzpatrick, Anne Marie Howard, Doug Rossi, Jonathan Randell Silver and directed by Jamie Richards
A troubled young man in love, An English psychology prof, an art dealer/chess master, a Serbian personal assistant and two ninjas - how can you not come out to hear this play?!
A delightful story of a couple navigating the uncertainty of nine months before parenthood begins...
Directed by Alessandro Colia
Featuring Jane Bradley, Hamilton Clancy, Julie Fitzpatrick and Nathan Ramos
By Anna Ziegler
Wednesday December 10th @ 7pm & Thursday December 11th @ 3pm
1968. A child is born. A terrible accident occurs. The story that follows is a heartbreaking tale of nature, nurture, and the indefinable things that make us who we are.
Directed by Linsay Firman & featuring Julie Fitzpatrick, Andrew Garman, Chris Sheard and Nathalia Payne.