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

In the Boom Boom Room

By Tony Award winner David Rabe.

Directed by Michole Biancosino.

Set in the streets, apartments, and go-go clubs of 1968 Philadelphia,¬†In the Boom Boom Room¬†focuses on Chrissy, a young dancer working as a go-go girl until she can break into the world of “real” dancing. A dreamer, Chrissy begins her journey as a girl trying to become an adult, but struggles making the most trivial decisions. In a whirl of 1960s music, dance, and dreams, the play takes us through the life of a hopelessly romantic young woman determined to make it big.

“Project Y invigorates it with enough raw energy and promising talent to hold your attention from start to finish…[Director Michole Biancosino] locks onto the script’s two strengths — twisted humor and theatrical construction — and makes the show into a wonderful sort of absurdist odyssey….Much like the entire production, the costumes have a cohesive and shrewd sensibility that is sometimes lacking at bigger and richer theaters.”
-The Washington Post

Produced at the Studio Theatre

Cast: Sarah Nelson, Dan Via, Grady Weatherford, Diane Cooper, Kate Debelack, Sam Elmore, Yasmin Tuazon, Deepa Gupta, Jay Dunne, Caitlin McAndrews, and Scott McCormick.