Upcoming

Playwright

JUNE 19, 2020 (ZOOM)

SINOPSIS

Three brothers lock themselves up in their own house, hiding from society to maintain their family’s good reputation. While haunted by an uncertain dark past and unable to recognize reality, they try to uncover the greatest mystery that has led them to an eternal suffering. Before their family name cease to exist, they must unmask the abomination who has infiltrated their home.

CIMIENTOS

IATI Theater gears up for the 20th season of a play development program that has given hundreds of playwrights the foundations to build written vanguardia through developmental workshop-panels and staged readings.

Cimientos spotlights a curation of national and cross-continental contemporary writers.  In June 2020, IATI Theater will present a selection of 10 play readings that fuel the genesis of theater: the playwright. All the more, the texts selected for the program, and ergo presented to the public in rehearsed readings, showcase an eclectic array of dramaturgy that spans several themes and styles, but that all–in elegant and strange forms–bend the rules that orthodox playwriting impose.

“All plays are not created equal!” …and our avant-garde is a solemn cry into what theater can and should do today.

Play readings will include a talkback with the playwright, director, actors and guests that focuses on audience reaction and constructive feedback–bringing the new works closer to fully realized productions.

IATI Theater
64 East 4th St | NYC 10003

Production Manager and Director

DATE TBA

Hair: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical follows a young group of hippies fighting the establishment, dodging the drafts, getting high, living and loving in New York City. It’s 1967: the Vietnam War raging and the Age of Aquarius is dawning. Claude, his best friend Berger, their roommate Sheila, and their Tribe of friends struggle to balance the demands of the harsh and violent world with their dream for a more beautiful and peaceful world.

St. Peter’s University and Argus Eyes Drama Society

Roy Irving Theater

2641 John F Kennedy Blvd

Jersey City, NJ