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plays & readings * stage
 JESSE GARON LIVES ... Three actors play over 65 characters in a fast, funny, highly theatrical yet deeply personal exploration on growing up in America. Created by Brian Avers (Broadway's The Father, Rock N Roll, King Lear), Angelique Cabral (TV's Life in Pieces, Enlisted, Maggie) & Kit Wannen (The Producers, Take Me Out); directed by Brian Avers.

ONE FOR THE ROAD ... Harold Pinter's devastating one-act play about political & religious persecution was presented at the FreePlay Festival in 2006 under the direction of Niegel Smith (A.D. @ The Flea), featuring Brian Avers, Kimesia Hartz & Michael Izquierdo.

FLYING LESSON ... From profound humanity to broad hilarity, this one-woman show about internalized flights of fancy was created & performed by Stephanie Fieger, directed by Brian Avers, and premiered at the NYU FreePlay Festival in 2006.

RUM & VODKA ... Conor MacPherson's powerful two-act monologue about a young father facing his alcoholism was directed by award-winning former A.D. of APAC, Tom Wotjunik, and performed by Brian Avers at the famous Duplex in West Village, NYC.

TAPE ... Stephen Belber's complex drama was produced in NYC under the direction of Brian Avers, featuring performances by Angelique Cabral, David Wannen & Kit Wannen.
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THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES ... Revisiting Eve Ensler's classic play, at a time when the female body remains a politicized & provocative subject around the world.

LOVE STORIES / COMPLETENESS ... Two plays by brilliant, Tony Award-winning Itamar Moses, about our complicated, life-long search for love, truth & understanding.

THE DESIGNATED MOURNER ... Actor & playwright Wallace Shawn's finest work, by turns hilarious, upsetting, personal and political. Frighteningly relevant.

ART ... Yazmine Reza's internationally acclaimed comedy about commercial art & the fissures of male friendship remains potent, funny and deeply affecting. 

ONE FOR THE ROAD / A KIND OF ALASKA ... Two unforgettable one-act plays by Harold Pinter, on political torture, and finding our way home after life-changing illness.
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