LoveSick PopUp Tour: July 22nd Lineup Announced

Posted by MB - July 16, 2014

Lovesick Postcard front

Join us for our first Pop Up Play: a roving Tour of Project Y’s Award-Winning Musical continues:

LoveSick or


plays by Lia Romeo

songs by Tony Biancosino

conceived and directed by Michole Biancosino

Next Show returns to the East Village’s iconic Tiki-themed Venue

Tuesday, July 22nd

9:30pm show

Otto’s Shrunken Head

538 East 14th Street

$15 PRESALE/$20 at the door



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LoveSick changes each performance.  If you saw it last month, check it out this month to see a new play or a new song.  As we Pop Up in different NYC and Brooklyn spaces, our show changes to fit the venue, the audience, and the month.

The Current Cast includes:  Nick HotNickels Greco,  Joachim Boyle, Sarah Dunivant, Molly O’Keefe, Zane Johnston, and Roland Lane

SPECIAL GUEST STARS:  Leah Sarbib, David Carl, and Lauren Singerman

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This Friday Birthday Bash!

Posted by MB - July 5, 2014

Play with your food

Join us this Friday, July 11th from 5:30-7:30

@ the Cell (338 W. 23rd Street, between 8th and 9th  Ave.)

for our 15th BIRTHDAY BASH!

Enjoy drinks, hors d’ouevres, raffle prizes, and an exclusive

screening of our PLAY WITH YOUR FOOD Video Series

Tickets are $30 Presale / $40 Walk up

Click here for Tickets!

Can’t make the party but still want to celebrate our Birthday?

CLICK HERE to Join our IndieGoGo 15th Birthday Campaign

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TechnoPlays Next Up: an epic Antarctic adventure by EM Lewis

Posted by MB - June 16, 2014

magellenica postcard


Project Y Theatre Company is pleased to announce the next

TechnoPlays Reading

Magellanica: A New and Accurate Map of the World

by EM Lewis

directed by Sturgis Warner

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?

Please join us for a reading of this epic Antarctic adventure by the talented EM Lewis on

Sunday, June 22nd at 7pm

Cap 21 Studios

18W 18th Street, Room 504



The cast includes Bjorn Dupaty, Dan Domingues, and Esther Chen.


EM LEWIS received the 2012 Fellowship in Playwriting from the New Jersey State Council for the Arts, the 2010‐2011 Hodder Fellowship at Princeton University, and both the Steinberg/ATCA New Play Award for Song of Extinction and the Primus Prize for Heads from the American Theater Critics Association. Her plays have been produced around the world, and published by Samuel French. She is a member of the Dramatists Guild. Recent productions include Song of Extinction at the Guthrie; Heads at the Pittsburgh Playhouse; Goodbye, RubyTuesday at HotCity Theater in St. Louis, and the world premieres of The Study (or Reading to Vegetables) at University of Washington and True Story at Passage Theater in New Jersey. Current projects include an epic Antarctic adventure story called Magellanica: A New and Accurate Map of the World, which she worked on with director Kevin Fox at the William Inge Center for the Arts in the spring, and an intimate two-person play called The Stone Languages. She is a resident artist in American Lyric Theater’s 2013-2014 Composer Librettist Development Program, and her first opera — “The Resurrection Engine ” written with composer Evan Meier — will be performed in New York City in June 2014. Her play The Gun Show (a one-man show about guns and gun control) premieres at 16th Street Theater in Chicago in July.  She lives in Oregon.





Sturgis Warner is a freelance director as well as Artistic Director of Twilight Theatre Company (a tool, not an institution) best known for Palestine, written and performed by Najla Saïd, and produced in association with New York Theatre Workshop.  He has also directed at Actors Theatre of Louisville (Humana Festival), Barrington Stage, Abingdon Theatre Company, The Kitchen Theatre (Ithaca, NY), New Jersey Rep, Adirondack Theatre Festival, Encore Theatre (San Francisco), Mile Square Theatre, 29th Street Rep, Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre, Immigrant Theatre Company, Peculiar Works, among others.  A long time actor, he works with many playwrights developing new scripts and projects.  He is a member of New York Theatre Workshop’s Usual Suspects, is on the Artistic Cabinet of the Lark Play Development Center and has close affiliations with INTAR.  He has recently rejoined the acting pool and is currently developing a solo play, Fishing for Alaska, which he wrote for himself.






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Happy Birthday Project Y !

Posted by MB - June 11, 2014

2014 is the 15th Birthday of Project Y Theatre Company  (WOW!) Members of Project Y from the Washington, D.C. years all the way up to our present NYC-based company have joined forces to create a Birthday Tribute Video and to join our 15 year Birthday campaign. You are sure to see someone you recognize from onstage,… 

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Meet the cast and director of THE RELIGION THING

Posted by MB - June 10, 2014

The cast and the director of THE RELIGION THING describe the show in their own words in this video interview. Performances begin June 18, 2014.

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