• New Works Series - Spring 2017

    Spring 2017

    Spring and Fall 2017 NWS Brochures

    Spring 2017
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  • New Works Series - Fall 2017

    Fall 2017

    Fall 2017 NWS Brochure

    Fall 2017
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  • Damaged Goods

    Feb 27 - March 17, 2017
    Tada Theatre

    Virginia Beata
    Mark Finley

    It was supposed to be an easy job: trail the bad girl heiress and report her doings to dubious daddy. But private dick Thomas Sparks finds out the hard way that nothing is what it seems as he’s lured through a lethal labyrinth of love, lies and larceny towards…Celerys? NYCs oldest LGBT theater company is back. And this time, its murder.

  • Haram! Iran!

    March 1 - 19, 2017
    Tada Theatre

    Jay Paul Deratany
    Rick Liedenfrost-Wilson

    Two 15-year-old Arab boys get caught in the gears of Iranian law enforcement in this drama about Islam and homosexuality, based on a true story that made international news.

  • Men of Tortuga

    Oct 5 - 23, 2016

    Jason Wells
    Randolyn Zinn

    A high security conference room where four powerful men consider how to eliminate a rival. As their powwows spin out of control, their plan escalates into absurdity.

  • Urban Momfare

    August 2014
    New York International Fringe Festival

    FringeNYC Overall Excellence Award!    

    Pamela Weiler Grayson/Alice Jankell

    Alice Jankell

    Music & Lyrics
    Pamela Weiler Grayson

    Why don’t we ever hear songs about moms not actually liking their kids? This romp through motherhood on Manhattan’s Upper East Side spans 17 years: “Music For Gifted and Talented Babies” to bra straps and Bellinis.


  • (mis)UNDERSTANDING MAMMY: The Hattie McDaniel Story

    Feb. 7 - March 4, 2007
    Theater 5

    Joan Ross Sorkin
    David Glenn Armstrong

    Performed by Capathia Jenkins as Hattie McDaniel

    Drama Desk nomination –  Outstanding Solo Performance

    Musical Supervision: Lance Horne

    (mis)UNDERSTANDING Mammy: The Hattie McDaniel Story is a one-woman play with music that explores Hattie’s highly controversial life. Hattie achieved stardom by becoming the first African-American to win an Academy Award, but she paid a high price for fame.

  • EAT 2008 Developmental Series

    May 12 - June 15, 2008
    Roy Arias Theatre Center

    One Woman Standing (OWS) – one woman shows — Performance Dates: May 12 – 18, 2008

    One Man Talking (OMT) – one man shows — Performance Dates: May 19 -25, 2008

    Laugh Out Loud (LOL) – puppetry and clown work — Performance Dates: May 26 – June 1, 2008

    Catch a Cabaret
     (CAC) – cabaret performers — Performance Dates: June 2 – June 8, 2008

    Notes From a Page (NFP) -new ensemble musicals — Performance Dates: June 9 -15, 2008