By Adam Hetrick
21 Jun 2012
The company, which integrates able-bodied actors with artists with disabilities, is staging More of Our Parts, a six-play festival that runs through July 1 in midtown. Tony Award nominee Patricia Birch (A Little Night Music, Grease), Ike Schambelan, Christopher Burris, Christina Roussos and Russell Treyz direct.
Here's a look at the plays:
In Bekah Brunstetter's After Breakfast, Maybe, "a young woman plots to take over the world, while her mother serves her blueberry smiley-faced pancakes." Christina Roussos directs.
In A.R. Gurney's The Interview, "a young, deaf man has an admissions interview at a prestigious college." Ike Schambelan directs.
Samuel D. Hunter's Geese "looks at a wheelchair-using young woman who wants to save the geese in a city park." Christopher Burris directs.
In Neil LaBute's The Wager, "on their way home from a club in NYC, a guy and his girlfriend are stopped by a homeless man and a game of chance quickly begins to escalate into something more dangerous." Ike Schambelan directs.
In Jeffrey Sweet's A Little Family Time, "a celebrated writer is forced to introduce his fiancée to a corner of his life he has tried to keep hidden." Patricia Birch directs.
For tickets, priced $19.25, phone (212) 239-6200 or visit telecharge.com.
For more information visit tbtb.org.