2021-2022

Women In Theatre Festival 2022

Close (But Not Too Close!) accepted in the New York Indie Theatre Film Festival

2020-2021

Tiny Barn Theatre Arrives

Planet of the Grapes Live

Zoom Plays: Reading Series

Sitting and Talking

The One and Only Amanda Palmer

All Hands On Deck

Women In Theatre 2020-2021

2019-2020

Women in Theatre Festival 2019

2018-2019

Trump Lear is Project Y’s “underground hit”

Women in Theatre Festival 2018

2017-2018

Women in Theatre Festival 2017

LIFE by Charles Mee

Trump Lear

2016-2017

Queer Plays Reading Series

Landmarks and TRANSformations

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Women in Theatre Festival (WiT)

Connected

2015-2016

Parity Plays

NY New Playwright Festival 3

Gary Busey’s One-Man Hamlet (as performed by David Carl)

2014-2015

“TechnoPlays” Production

The Religion Thing

Techno Plays Reading Series

2013-2014

A User’s Guide to Hell, featuring Bernard Madoff

2nd NY New Playwright Festival

Play With Your Food Video Project

The Feminine Mystique Reading Series

2011-2012

HOLY COW! Reading Series

SITE/SIGHT SPECIFIC Video Project

GOODNESS

LoveSick or Things That Don’t Happen

2010-2011

The Revival

Racey Plays Reading Series

NY New Playwright Festival

2009-2010

Confessionals Video Project

FUBAR

Kick Ass Plays by Bad Ass Women Reading Series

2008-2009

The Launch Fundraiser

Weddings, Phone Calls & Perverts Reading

Therese Raquin Desire

2007-2008

Jude’s Law Reading

2002-2003

Sinking Up

White Biting Dog

Showcase!

2001-2002

In the Boom Boom Room

The Crackwalker

Savage/Love

Italian American Reconciliation

1999-2001

Scapism

Lion in the Streets

Techno Plays Reading Series

Project Y’s 2014 reading series focused on plays about science, technology, and human connection.

This series seeks to present plays by up and coming writers dealing with themes of science, technology, and their impact on and relationship to human connection. As theatre makers in the digital age, we’re looking for ways of further deepening our connection to our work, to our audiences, and to our community.  The science and technological advances of the past 20 years have changed the nature of what defines our community, our audiences, and indeed the way we look at the world and approach our work.


December 14, 2014

A WIRE IN WATER 
by Justin Warner
directed by Sarah Cameron Sunde
featuring Victor G. Barbella, Jeremy Beck,  Ali Rose Dachis, Paul Klementowicz, Brian O’Neill, Zak Risinger, Tracy Sallows, Alex Webb, and Josie Whittlesey

Did Alexander Graham Bell steal a key element of the telephone patent? That question was hotly disputed in headlines and multiple trials in the late 19th century, and some scholars today believe he did. A Wire in Water explores the complicated relationships and conflicting interests that may have forced Bell’s hand, and his struggle to neutralize his actions after the fact.

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October 26, 2014

OAKWOODS
a new play by Dano Madden
directed by Melissa Firlit
featuring Sam Roberts, Breanna Foister, Lauren Singerman, Synge Maher, John Gardner,  and Lloyd Hutchinson

High school senior George Marvin has attracted national attention to tiny Oakwoods with his award winning science project. George’s sudden notoriety, along with the construction of a housing development and resort, has the fading mountain town standing on the verge of being reborn. Will a dark discovery derail this new found hope? Oakwoods is a story about accomplishments beyond our wildest dreams and the unexpected places they can lead us.

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September 7, 2014

CONNECTED
by Lia Romeo
directed by Michole Biancosino
featuring Noah Berman, Grant MacDermott, Erin Mortensen, Ali Rivera, and Lauren Singerman

Sexy videos that go viral! Hilarious internet hookups! Gaming gone wild! But in a world where we constantly connect with one another through a keyboard, why do so many of us still feel so alone? Playwright Lia Romeo explores the ways – good and bad – in which social media is shaping our lives in the twenty-first century.

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June 22, 2014

MAGELLANICA: A NEW AND ACCURATE MAP OF THE WORLD
by EM Lewis
directed by Sturgis Warner
with Bjorn Dupaty, Dan Domingues, and Esther Chen.

In 1985, an international group of scientists travel to Antarctica to find out if there really is a hole in the sky. Magellanica: A New and Accurate Map of the World is a fictional account of a very real moment in history, when the existence of a hole in the ozone layer became the subject of international debate. It follows eight scientists and engineers who spend the winter at an international research station at the South Pole — eight and a half months, with no way in or out, and a question of global import looming. What will they find? And what does it mean?

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April 6, 2014

In Search of…. SASQUATCH
by Robert Kerr
directed by Doug Hall
with Ron Trenouth, Betty McKinley, Matt Wood, Maria-Christina Oliveras

A dark comedy that asks what is possible and what we are capable of in a world ruled by fear. 

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January 26, 2014

INFORMED CONSENT
by Deborah Zoe Laufer

The play deals with DNA testing, human relationships, and the balance between individual’s needs and the ever expanding frontiers of science.

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