MISSED CONNECTIONS: LOVE IN THE MODERN AGE

From the press release:

MISSED CONNECTIONS: LOVE IN THE MODERN AGE

8 Short Plays by 8 New Writers

Ever see someone on the subway, in the street, or at a bar and you want to talk to them but lose your nerve? Or maybe everything just comes out wrong? The comedies and dramas in this festival are about those moments, when missed connections can change your life forever.

OPENS: Wednesday, July 20, 2011 at 7pm
CLOSES: Sunday, August 14, 2011 at 4pm
DAYS & TIMES: Wednesdays and Thursdays at 7pm, Sundays at 4pm
PRICE: $20 Adults, $15 Students and Seniors
TICKETS: http://www.theatremania.com; (212) 352-3101

A Little Bird Told Me
By Alissa Mesibov, dir. Christopher Pineda

It All Happens for a Reason
By Celine Spierer, dir. Marlee Walters

Rewind
By Ashleigh Becker, dir. Emily Nye

Not Figs
By Simone Marie Martelle, dir. Lindsey Humphries

But What Are You Really Saying, or The Boob Play
By Tatiana Rivera, dir. Simone Marie Martelle

Modigliani, or Hatefuck
By Fiona Kyle, dir. Gabriella Carr

Note to Self: Enunciate
By Hannah Donovan, dir. Marlee Walters

Missed Missed Connections
By Jo Jude, dir. Tonje Olaussen

The 13th Street Repertory, founded by Artistic Director Edith O’Hara in 1972, is dedicated to helping new theatre artists develop their craft in a nurturing environment. Every summer the Rep interns combine forces to bring original one-act plays to the stage. This summer’s final product is the Missed Connections Festival, a compelling series of performances that are sure to bring two hours of laughter and tears to fellow theatre lovers.

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