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    2008-2009 reviews:
  • Anaïs Nin Goes To Hell
  • ANGER/NATION
  • beast: a parable
  • Blanche Survives Katrina in a FEMA Trailer Named Desire
  • Blasted
  • Buffalo Gal
  • China: The Whole Enchilada
  • The Corn Maiden
  • Crawl, Fade to White
  • Doruntine
  • Extraordinary Rendition
  • The First Breeze of Summer
  • Fringe Festival 2008
  • Fringe Festival favorites
  • The Glass Cage
  • Hair
  • Hidden Fees* (A Play About Money)
  • Jailbait
  • King of Shadows
  • The Longest Running Joke of the Twentieth Century
  • Lucasville: The Untold Story of a Prison Uprising
  • Macbeth
  • The Master Builder
  • Missa Solemnis, or The Play About Henry
  • Mourn the Living Hector
  • A Nasty Story
  • Nowadays
  • the october crisis (to laura)
  • Oresteia
  • Other Bodies
  • Prayer
  • Psalms of a Questionable Nature
  • Raised by Lesbians
  • Reasonable Doubt
  • Sleepwalk With Me
  • Small Craft Warnings
  • Something Weird . . . in the Red Room
  • Soul Samurai
  • The Sound of One Hanna Clapping
  • Southern Promises
  • The Third from the Left
  • Twelfth Night
  • Voices from Guantánamo
  • The Wendigo
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    Past events starting with: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 0-9




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    Closed Aug. 23, 2008
    (Fringe Festival 2008)

      KABOOM!
    After his drug factory explodes, San Francisco's slyest swindler has one day to recoup his losses. Nothing can stop him . . . except maybe a neurotic New Yorker, a misplaced kazoo, . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed July 29, 2001

      Kallisti One-Act Festival (Series A)
    BAR PLAY by Alison Solomon, directed by Jessica Ammirati MOMMY AND DADDY ARE DOING DIRTY THINGS by Elizabeth Horsburgh, directed by Tania I. Kirkman COUNTRY KARAOKE . . . (more)

    Closed July 28, 2001

      Kallisti One-Act Festival (Series B)
    MONIQUE THE MOSQUITO TAKES FIRST RUNNER UP by Lisa D'Amour, directed by Amantha May BODIES ARE FLOORS: A PORNOGRAPHIC VAUDEVILLE by Ken Urban, directed by Julia Lee . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 23, 2008
    (Fringe Festival 2008)

      Kansas City Or Along The Way
    In Ohio in 1931 a chance encounter alters the course of three lives in this new play with music featuring original Woody Guthrie inspired folk songs. Writer: Robert . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed July 29, 2001

      Katmandu
    A new play by Robert Siegel, part comedy, part drama, about a guy trying to understand who he is at a critical juncture in his life. (See details)
    Official site

    Closed Aug. 26, 2001
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      Kautsch
    All about three women, a sofa and the question of what happens when three very different lifestyles collide. Madame Loose loves the sofa, Madame Speedy is always doing . . . (more)

    Closed Oct. 31, 2004

      Kazuki: This Is My Earth
    A Japanese drama written and directed by Yoshimasa Shinagawa, will come to The Kaye Playhouse (68th St. at Hunter College) in Manhattan for a limited engagement from October 28 . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 23, 2008
    (Fringe Festival 2008)

      Keep Your Eyes Open
    Journey into the world of Winnifred — a tech savvy 10-year-old determined to navigate the wacky waters of an age run a-mock thanks to tabloid magazines, reality TV, Soulja Boy, . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed Nov. 21, 2004

      Kenneth — What is the Frequency?
    "If it bleeds it leads, baby!" Enter anchorman Dan Rather, man behind the "mystery of the haunted anchorman" in KENNETH — WHAT IS THE FREQUENCY? — a darkly comedic . . . (more)

    Closed March 16, 2003

      

      Kerouac
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    In a small bungalow located in St. Petersburg Florida, Jack Kerouac, mythical beat poet/novelist, conjures peers and past loves during the final hour and twenty minutes of his . . . (more)

    Closed Nov. 2, 2002

      The Ketchup Commercial
    All because of a dramatic intervention and a missed audition for condiments the lives of an out of work actor, his psychotic boyfriend costume designer, a luscious porn star, . . . (more)

    Closed June 26, 2004

      The Kidney
    A hilarious comedy that explores the trials and tribulations of friendships during a time of crisis. Mark desperately needs a new kidney. His friends gather to offer their . . . (more)
    Broken Watch Theatre Company

    Closed Sept. 27, 2008

      Kidstuff
    Eve has just turned thirty and finds herself lost and at sea in matters of sex, death, identity, and the search for meaning in early 21st century New York City. An ensemble of 7 . . . (more)
    Partial Comfort Productions

    Closed May 1, 2009

      Killadelphia
    In the summer of 2008, it was often said that Philadelphia had "more bodies than days." The city was in the midst of a murder epidemic that put it on par with some third world . . . (more)

    Closed April 28, 2002

      Killing Jar Jar, or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Just Wait in Line for "Star Wars"
    "Killing Jar Jar" takes place in a line of motley freaks and sci-fi geeks waiting to buy tickets for the opening of "Star Wars Episode One: The Phantom Menace." It centers on . . . (more)

    Closed May 10, 2002

      Kilt
    Jonathan Wilson's heartwarming and funny play about a young man of Scottish descent with exceptional talents as a go-go dancer, and the host of family secrets that are revealed . . . (more)

    Closed Jan. 15, 2005

      Kim Cea Live
    Fred M. Caruso is proud to present the incomparable Kim Cea straight from her star-turning performance in Off-Broadway's Newsical in Kim Cea LIVE at Studio 54 Upstairs (located . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed April 6, 2003

      

      Kimberly Akimbo
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    Set in the wilds of suburban New Jersey, KIMBERLY AKIMBO is a hilarious and heartrending play about a teenager with a rare condition causing her body to age at an increased rate. . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed April 18, 2004

      

      King Cowboy Rufus Rules the Universe
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    Richard Foreman, multi-award winning playwright / director, does not make normal plays, but instead stages dance-like, opera-like rituals of objectified trauma — twitching . . . (more)
    Ontological-Hysteric Theater

    Closed May 18, 2002

      

      King John: Mad World! Mad Kings! Mad Composition!
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    This is not your great-great-great grandfather's Shakespeare. By re-examining the story of King John through the eyes of a fictional troupe of modern-day Commedia Dell'Arte . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed Aug. 4, 2002

      King Lear
    Set in a primitive and pagan world centuries before the birth of Christ, KING LEAR is widely regarded as the greatest tragedy ever written. Classical Theater of Harlem . . . (more)

    Closed March 6, 2004

      The King of Mackie Street
    In a small town in Southern Ireland, Francis McKeon, once proudly known as the King of Mackie Street, desperately tries to pick up the pieces as his world crumbles around him. . . . (more)
    Vital Theatre Company

    Closed Sept. 28, 2008

      

      King of Shadows
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    Written by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa. Directed by Connie Grappo. KING OF SHADOWS centers around Nihar, a 15-year-old homeless runaway selling sex to survive, who claims he's . . . (more)
    Working Theater

    Closed April 21, 2002

      Kiss Shot
    a new play by Jim Neu, directed by Keith McDermott. The play is set in Los Angeles when cultural trends have evolved into everyday behavior. Film noir has become the . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 24, 2003
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      Kitchen Sink
    Billy wants friends. Sarah wants attention. Mr. wants a yard sale. Mrs. wants the perfect family. Straight-laced middle-class kitchen sink comedy: sit down, shut up and pass . . . (more)

    Closed Nov. 29, 2009

      Kitsch, or Two for the Price of One
    20 years ago this November 9, the Berlin Wall was opened, admitting a flood of East Germans into the previously verboten West. To mark the occasion Trav S.D. and his company . . . (more)

    Closed Dec. 17, 2001

      Klytaemnestra's Unmentionables
    Klytaemnestras Unmentionables delves into the psyche of the Classical Greek female. In wildly differing roles, Bradford Louryk interprets the violent lives and desperate . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed Aug. 23, 2008
    (Fringe Festival 2008)

      KNB - The Musical
    Alls Fair in Love and the Global War on Terror? A sailor wonders what is making his life truly miserable as his Navy Reserve Boat Unit sings and dances its way toward . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed Aug. 23, 2008
    (Fringe Festival 2008)

      KNUCKLEBALL
    What are you willing to accept for love? A woman with secrets. A man smitten. Knuckleball is the charged story of lovers who must reconcile the irreconcilable . . . and baseball. . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed Oct. 5, 2008

      Ko'olau
    "Ko'olau," designed and directed by Tom Lee, is an intimate and inventive puppet performance based on a now-legendary story of Hawai'i in the 1890s. The title character, . . . (more)
    Tom Lee

    Closed May 31, 2003

      Koltes New York 2003
    Plays of Bernard Marie Koltes, one of France's most important contemporary writers, in new translations by a group of hot young US theatre professionals. The event will feature . . . (more)

    Closed June 2, 2002

      Kookamonga Falls
    Kookamonga Falls: Its a nice place to visit, but you wouldnt want to live there. Welcome, ladies and gentlemen, to Kookamonga Falls. Upstate. Tucked away in the forests. . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 24, 2003
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      Kowtow Rapsody
    Two men, Pacifisto and Incognito, armed only with guitar, percussion, and voice box, weave together a singular anthem of perseverance and integrity, a rap musical of awesome . . . (more)

    Closed Aug. 22, 2008
    (Fringe Festival 2008)

      Krapp, 39
    Haunted by Krapp, a 39-year-old actor throws himself a birthday party. Unsparing confessions culminate in a multi-media recording for an imagined production of Krapps Last . . . (more)
    Official site

    Closed Sept. 23, 2001

      Krasang Tree
    A new, intercultural music-theatre work based on the life and Sacred Vows of acclaimed Cambodian poet U Sam Oeur. An artist-driven project developed by Mr. U, director Mary . . . (more)

    Closed Oct. 27, 2001

      Kundalini
    Labels, categories, dogmas, focus groups, absolute truths. Why do we try to box in something so unboxable? Why limit our definition of the higher power with such silly words . . . (more)

    Closed April 11, 2004

      Kwatz! The Tibetan Project
    Fascinating tale told through words, poetry, music and humor, and named for Kwatz!, the exclamatory cry in Buddhist tradition which signifies an "awakening." The play centers . . . (more)
    Pan Asian Repertory Theatre



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    Past events starting with: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 0-9