Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Short Play festival featuring work by Draper alum Derek Lee McPhatter - 2/4-2/7

The Fire This Time Festival of Short Plays features a new show co-produced by Under the Spell Productions, Inc.

by Derek Lee McPhatter (Draper Alum)

directed by Rhonney Greene

starring tygerlily as Citizen Jane

Dylan Kammerer
Darren Mallett
Sheree Renée Thomas
Thursday, February 04 8 PM
Friday, February 05 8 PM
Saturday, February 06 2 PM and 8 PM
Sunday February 07 2 PM

$15 ($12 students/seniors)

Part of the Horse Trade Theater Group’s Fire This Time Short Play Festival

All performances will be held at the Red Room Theater, located at 85 East 4th Street NYC (between 2nd and 3rd Avenues) on the third floor. (sorry no elevator)

About Citizen Jane

Welcome to the Future. Welcome to the Super-Network. The Universe’s most talented Archival-Architect brings our favorite super-hero, Citizen Jane, to vivid life tonight! Don’t worry if she seems fed-up or tired of saving the world. She had better give us another Happy Ending or else!

About The Fire this Time Festival

The Fire This Time Festival showcases new short plays as a special Black History Month offering by the Horse Trade Theater Group. Performances feature Citizen Jane alongside new works by Deborah Asiimwe, Rhada Blank, Kelley Girod, Katori Hall, Germono Toussaint and Pia Wilson. The Festival explores the diverse possibilities of contemporary American drama and challenging new directions for 21st century black theatre.


Ticket Link

Participating in The Fire This Time Festival is an exciting new addition to Under the Spell Productions’ plans for 2010 and beyond. Building on our ongoing success, we are preparing for a number of upcoming theater and cultural projects, and are actively expanding our network of supporters, collaborators, and mentors. Charitable donations help make all of this possible. Please contact Derek McPhatter at derek.mcphatter@gmail.com or 718-687-8588 for additional information or to make a contribution.


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