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APRIL 2019

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Written by Mallory Jane Weiss

Directed by Andrés López-Alicea

The New School College of Performing Arts – School of Drama Playwrights Festival

PONY UP

A Wild West. A world where men ride horses and women ride bicycles. A world that is changed forever when Ruthie’s husband, Jack (biggest pistol in town), wins three larger-than-life stallions in an auction. Hell-bent on riding the stallions, Ruthie finds herself enticed by Rooster and Pearl, two women with their eyes set on the horizon line, on a place impossible to reach by bicycle. With the help from a forward-thinking heifer (yes, a cow), the women discover the kind of strength female friendship can inspire. And ultimately, they try to find a place all their own.

CAST

Katharine Chin, Tori Ernst, Hallie Schwartz, Hyojin Park, Ryan Cooper, Collin McConnell and Chris Costa.

PERFROMANCES

Saturday April 13th – 8:00pm

Tuesday, April 16th – 3:30pm

Wednesday, April 17th – 8:00pm

Thursday, April 18th – 3:30pm

Friday, April 19th – 8:00pm

Saturday, April 20th – 3:30pm

FREE TICKETS HERE

School of Drama Theater
151 Bank Street, 3rd Floor New York City

APRIL 2019

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Stage Reading

Escrita por Txemi Parra

Teatro LATEA Reading Series

El Tanguero Sentimental

La vida cotidiana del actor es una de llena de drama y complejidad . Así es la vida de Max, un actor que se encuentra en un momento crucial en su vida y tendrá que tomar una decisión que cambiará el rumbo de su relación sentimental con Rosana. En el delirio que le provoca el estrés de está situación, aparece un espectro, que además de ser un Tanguero Sentimental, será su único y mas fiel consejero.
En consecuencia provocará un enredo, que empeora, con la llegada de Zafiro, una vecina un poco entrometida y Lucas, un amigo maniaco depresivo con problemas existenciales.
A pesar de todos los esfuerzos, para lidiar con su drama personal y el de otros,  Max  se enfrenta con la realidad de que todo se le escapa de las manos y el Tanguero Sentimental será el mejor consejero para sus problemas… o al menos así el lo piensa.

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JANUARY TO MARCH 2019

Assistant Director

It’s 1962, and Baltimore teenager Tracy Turnblad lives in a world that tells her plus-sized gals shouldn’t be dancing on television and that racial segregation is here to stay. When she wins a spot on The Corny Collins Show, Tracy becomes a star and teams up with her friends Penny, Seaweed, Motormouth Maybelle and hunky Link Larkin to use her newfound fame to challenge the status quo. Director Christopher Liam Moore (The Book of WillShakespeare in Love) honors John Waters’ original subversive vision for the story in a wildly joyful production that celebrates radical inclusion at its heart.

About Oregon Shakespeare Festival

A major theatre arts organization, OSF offers a diversity of plays as well as events and activities to enhance your overall experience.

The Oregon Shakespeare Festival is a not-for-profit professional theatre founded in 1935. Our eight-month season runs through the month of October, and we have three theatres: our two indoor stages—the Angus Bowmer Theatre and the Thomas Theatre—and our flagship outdoor Allen Elizabethan Theatre, which opens in early June and runs through mid-October. We offer up to 11 different plays that include works by Shakespeare as well as a mix of classics, musicals and world-premiere plays. When you visit you can see one or two plays or up to nine plays in one week!

Learn more at https://www.osfashland.org

DICIEMBRE 2018

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For one night only, a team of international directors, designers, musicians, and actors will come together to create a site-specific presentation of five original One Act plays by Covi Loveridge Brannan which confront themes of identity, understanding, love, home, and prejudice in the diverse American landscape of today and yesterday

The fully staged presentations will take place back-to-back at the Italian Cultural Center, in the Our Lady of Pompeii Theatre, hosted by italytime and funded by the New School Student Senate

“Bike Shop”
directed by Andrés López-Alicea

Actors
Skylar Okerstrom-Lang
Covi Brannan

DICIEMBRE 2018

PRODUCER – DIRECTOR – ACTOR

LATEA presenta al grupo de improvisación teatral Teatro 220, en su nuevo show de IMPROMINGO. Cada dos domingos al mes, nuestra audiencia podrá disfrutar de noches de improvisación como espectador o como participante. Este nuevo concepto, libre de costo, brinda la oportunidad de abrir un nuevo espacio teatral para nuestra comunidad latina, lleno de diversión y pura comedia.

Noche de Sketches:
Diciembre 9 a las 8:00pm
Teatro LATEA Salón 203
107 Suffolk St, Manhattan, NY.

ME PARTÍ EL ARCOÍRIS 🌈 
Escrita por: Venuz Delmar
Dirige: Gilberto Gabriel

SUBWAY MTA
Escrita y Dirigida por: Braulio Nicolás Basilio Garcia

TRAE QUE TE LO PALPE
Escrita por: Ursula Garcia Tinoco
Dirigida por: Andrés López-Alicea

Actores:
Andrés López-Alicea, Venuz Delmar, Luis Ponce, Braulio Basilio, Gilberto Gabriel Díaz, Ursula García y Christopher Cuevas

DICIEMBRE 2018

TEACHING ARTIST

La improvisación teatral ofrecerá a los participantes destrezas para fortalecer la intuición.
Un impulso es lo más sagrado para un actor: ser capaz de seguirlo es fundamental para el trabajo dentro y fuera de un escenario. Este taller brindará valiosos recursos para mejorar la confianza y espontaneidad de los participantes y el desarrollo de las habilidades necesarias para resolver problemas e imprevistos. Se utilizarán divertidas dinámicas de grupo donde se cultivará la creatividad, la creación de historias y personajes; así como también técnicas de actuación, expresión corporal, y, sobre todo, la imaginación. 
Horarios:
Sábado, 8 de Diciembre 2018. De 10am a 2pm.
Domingo, 9 de Diciembre 2018. De 10am a 2pm.
Instructor:
Andrés Lopez-Alicea

NOVIEMBRE 2018

PRODUCER – DIRECTOR – ACTOR

Creado por Teatro 220

La ciudad de Imprópolis se encuentra en problemas, el Alcalde ha sido secuestrado y es trabajo de Los Súper Agentes encontrarlo. Ven a disfrutar de esta comedia improvisada en la que serás uno de nuestros ciudadanos, ayudándonos a encontrar las pistas necesarias para encontrar al Alcalde. Solo tenemos dos horas para encontrarlo sino ¡TIC TOC TIC TOC BOOM!, nos quedaremos sin Alcalde.  ¡El tiempo corre! ¡ Así que ven a ayudarnos!

Actores:
Andrés López-Alicea, Venuz Delmar, Christopher Cuevas, Gilberto Gabriel Díaz, Braulio Basilio, Luis Ponce y Ursula García.

Presentaciones:
Sábado 24 y Domingo 25 de Noviembre a las 8:00pm
Teatro LATEA
107 Suffolk St, Manhattan, NY.

Duración: 1 hora 30 minutos

NOVEMBER 2018

DIRECTOR

Since May 2014, Rule of 7×7 and The Tank have produced 196 world premiere short plays, with a plethora of sold-out evenings and free beer. It’s the show critics have called “brilliant,” “joyous,” “an electrifying comedic experience” and “a deal that can’t be beat.” This November, seven of the most (explosively) hilarious and (oddly) poignant pieces are back.

About

Rule of 7×7: All-Stars
7 writers | 7 past hits | a ton of rules
1 night only | 1 free beer

$13 advance. $15 door. Includes a free beer.
Brief reception in the lobby to follow the performance.

Remounting these 7×7 favorites:

 FATFATFATFATFATFATFAT! by James Anthony Tyler
Directed by Andrés López-Alicea
Featuring Amelia Fowler, Carl Hendrick Lewis, Lorenzo Jackson
THE ALIGNMENT SYSTEM by Will Arbery
Directed by Will Arbery
Featuring Will Dagger, Briana Pozner, Rachel Sachnoff 
TALK DIRTY TO ME by Cary Gitter
Directed by Molly Rose Clifford
Featuring Sarah Chalfie, Jonathan Randell Silver
HOMOLONE by Brett Epstein
Directed by Tom Costello
Featuring Alton Alburo, Alex J. Gould, Lilli Stein
TRUTH OR DARE by Amanda Keating
Directed by Molly Rose Clifford
Featuring Quinn Franzen, Julia Greer, Rachel Lin, Jacob Perkins, Briana Pozner
IN AND OUT OF ITSELF by Sean Murphy
Directed by Sean Murphy
Featuring Sean Murphy
TRADITION! TRADITION by Lilli Stein
Directed by Lilli Stein
Featuring Zachery Byrd, Arielle Goldman, Alex J. Gould, Briana Pozner, Casey Worthington

For ONE NIGHT ONLY.:
November 17 at 8pm
Tank Theater
312 W 36th St, New York, NY 10018

NOVEMBER 2018

DIRECTOR

Wide Eyed Productions has commissioned three incredible playwrights to tackle the importance of the first amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Join us for an evening of sociopolitical insights and reflection brought to you by some of your very favorite NYC theater artists.

BAD PRESS
by Ryan Bernsten | directed by Andrés López-Alicea

Cast:
Amy Fulgham, Jim Anderson, Hannah Matusow, Simon Winheld and Joy Donze

Performances:
November 1-3 at 7:00pm
Cherry Lane Theatre
38 Commerce St, New York, NY 10014

Other Performances that night:

SIGHT UNBOUND
by Alice Pencavel | directed by Paul Bedard

COMPELLED SPEECH
by Mac Rogers | directed by Illana Stein

OCTOBER 2018

DIRECTOR

Five Sessions by Jaime Estades

Directed by Andrés López-Alicea

“Five Sessions” follows a 24-year-old Caucasian female, a recent Ivy League graduate and therapist, and her very first client, a blue-collar labor leader and suicidal Latino man in his mid-50s, through an agreed-upon five sessions to confront his issues. Through the tensions of race, political correctness, socio-economic differences, and passion, we watch the two characters explore each other’s personal struggles as they fight to save his life.

Actores:
Amazing cast Fawn Johnstin, Ivan Goris, James Kacey and Patrick Grizzard.

Performances:

October 11, 12, 13, 18, 19, 20 and 21

Teatro LATEA
107 Suffolk St. Manhattan, NY

Duration: 1hr 45 min