We’re Stirring up our 16th season!
presenting workshops of new plays, in production with Identity Theater company.
Four Mondays in May.
Produced By Identity Theater and Nicu’s Spoon Theater Companies at The
Underground Theater 215 East 99th street.
May 2 – ‘Henry’s Shorts’ (3 short plays by Henry Holden)
● 7:15 PM – IKEA by Henry Holden starring Estelle Olivia, Chris LaVine and Nick Linnehan.
● 8:00 PM – TWO OLD MEN by Henry Holden starring Wynne Anders and Terry Jerry (yep,
● 9:00 PM – THE CAMPAIGN by Henry Holden starring Courtney Knysch and Henrika
May 9 – ‘Libby’s Shorts’ (3 short plays by Libby Emmons)
● 7:15 PM – HOW TO SELL YOUR GANG RAPE BABY FOR PARTS by Libby Emmons
starring Diana Benigno and Stephanie Gould. Winner of the F-OFF Festival!!
● 8:00 PM – AUTO MORON by Libby Emmons starring Libby Emmons and Ali Ayala.
● 9:00 PM – DRIVING YOUR GIRLFRIEND HOME by Libby Emmons starring Rosalie
Muller-Boiral, Perri Yaniv and Ian Gregory Hill.
MAY 16th –
7:00 PM-SINKHOLE by Stacy Ann Price
9:00 PM -PARALYZED by Jeff Stolzer
7:00 PM-LITTLE RED by Fengar Gael
9:00PM-INK by Gretchen O Halloran
COME AND SEE THESE NEW RISKY, ROWDY, SCREAMINGLY FUNNY SHOWS AT THE NEWEST
NYC THEATER SPACE. AND HEY, IF YOU WANNA DONATE A FEW BUCKS- WE’LL TAKE IT!
AND for 2017 we are in pre-planning for a new piece involving 6 countries,
8 actors or more, and a new performance style and platform unlike anything you or anyone has ever seen.
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We are New York City’s original all-inclusive theater group; offering a home for everyone regardless of color, ability, ethnicity, age, or gender. We’ve been this way since Day One and are committed to this mission as a leader in NYC. We support every artist— whether they be sight-impaired, hard of hearing, rainbow-hued, differently-enabled, or otherwise empowered. Many other theaters have been inspired by our philosophy and have joined with us in our support of diversity.
At Nicu’s Spoon Theater Company, we celebrate collaboration in developing productions that are pertinent for today’s global, diverse, and rapidly changing world. New York City is full of people of different ethnicities and abilities; always on the move and oftentimes unheard. We give voice to those who are very much a part of our world, but whose stories often go untold.
(L/R) Actors Michael abourizk, James harter, Maurice (Puppet), Guy Ventoliere, Milton Elliott, and Michael Gnat rehearse for our Spring 2015 production of Red Noses by Peter Barnes.
(L/R) Alexander Nero, Nicholas Linnehan and Perri Yaniv
Join us in celebrating our journey with Victor Ilyukhin’s “Two and Twenty Troubles”an uplifting documentary about Nicu’s Spoon Theater Co. featuring some amazing folks and with a warm-hearted story about our actors and their struggles in life… and on stage. This filmn is showing at the Lisbon International Film Festival and the Socially Relevant Film Festival in NYC.