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    The Emerging Artists Theatre Company (EAT), one of New York's longest-running playwright-driven companies, will host EATFest: Fall 2002, EAT's semi-annual short-play festival featuring 22 short plays and 65 performers. Menu A — Tuna & Jack by Mark Lambeck and directed by Gregory Fletcher, Lost Boys by Chris Weikel and directed by Jason Bowcutt, Answering the Echo by Larry Harris and directed by Chris Van Groningen and The Crowded Womb by Ted LoRusso and directed by Rasa Allan Kazlas; Menu B — Red Light, Green Light by Lou McBrown and directed by Andrew Ronan, Flying Without a Plane by Gregg Pasternack and directed by Ian Marshall, Our Lady of Stone by Vanda and directed by Dawn Copeland and Predestination Station by David Bell and directed by Maryna Harrison; Menu C — Kvetching with the Virgin Mary by Vanda and directed by Daniel Kuney, Nils Torvald by Jack Rushen and directed by D. Patrick Shearer, The Confessional by Joan Ross Sorkin and directed by Pamela Rosenberger and S&M4F by David Bell and directed by Loribeth Lambert; Menu D — From the Cheap Seats by Mark Lambeck and directed by JoEllen Notte, First Communion by Bill McMahon and directed by Shay Gines and Special Realistic Drama Emporium by Bash Halow and directed by Steven McElroy; Menu E — Tea & Biscuits by Lou McBrown and directed by Allison Astor, Faithfully Presented by Chris Weikel and Roquefort by Ted LoRusso and directed by Christopher Borg; Menu F — Totems of the Fall by Larry Harris and directed by Rochele Tillman, The Sweater by Cassie Angley and directed by Mark Finley, Eight Times Around by Gregory Fletcher and directed by Rebecca Kendall and Two Minutes by Paul Adams and directed by Igor Goldin. Following this festival, EAT will sponsor these plays in various festivals and playwriting competitions both locally and nationally.

    Dates:  Nov. 6, 2002 - Nov. 24, 2002
    Schedule:  Varied schedule
    Venue:  Intar53, 508 West 53rd St. at 10th Ave.
    Tickets/info:  (212) 627-5792

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