|Up Next: Fresh Kills by Elyzabeth Gregory Wilder Starring Robert Funaro at 59E59 Theaters
by Elyzabeth Gregory Wilder
(The Sopranos and American Gangster)
A domestic tragedy played out to the back drop of blue-collar Staten Island where Eddie, a restless married man, turns to the internet and discovers a teenage boy, Arnold. Suddenly, lives are in danger as its clear Arnold wants more than a rendezvous and Eddie's family becomes his obsession.
|Bobby Funaro in Fresh Kills
59 East 59th Street
Feb 12th-14th 8:30pm
Feb 15th 7:30pm
Feb 17th 7:30pm
Feb 18th-20th 8:30pm
Feb 21st 2:30 matinee and 8:30pm show
Feb 22nd 3:30 matinee and 7:30pm show
Feb 24th 7:30pm
Feb 25th-27th 8:30pm
Feb 28th 2:30 matinee and 8:30pm show
March 1st 2:30 matinee
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59 East 59th Street (between Madison and Park Avenues)
Box Office Hours: Mon 12-6pm, Tues-Sat 12-8pm, Sun 12-3pm
Lost Works Project
This show is part of Working Man's Clothes Lost Works Project
In our ongoing quest to bring new and original theatre to New York City, we discovered that there are a number of successful, published, often critically acclaimed plays by established, prominent playwrights that have never been produced in New York.
The individual reasons vary but the answer usually boils down to "not commercially viable" or "the material is too risky." Often, for a variety of reasons these plays are difficult to stage and in turn keep potential producers at bay.
Never one to back down from a challenge, Working Man's Clothes decided to find and bring these plays to the Independent Theatre of New York City and give them the presentation they deserve. In this endeavor we have already found ourselves provoked, tested, and moved by the material we have uncovered.
As we strive to bring these "Lost Works" to fruition in New York, we hope you too will be challenged and inspired.
Working Man's Clothes