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Metropolitan Playhouse
The American Legacy

220 East Fourth Street -- New York, New York 10009
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East Side Stories Pass

The Pass grants admission to the 3 Programs

for the discount rate of  $40.
The pass is good for different programs
and not repeats of any one.

Note that you can choose the performances you wish to see.
Choosing at this point is not necessary,
but it will give us the opportunity to hold your place!

(Scroll down for a schedule of performances.)

To purchase a pass, click the tickets!

Dates and Times...

Underground
3 solo performances


Transformation
4 plays

The Wild Side
3 solo performances
If you'd like to purchase admission to just one of any of the programs,
instead of the pass for all three,
click on its title in the calendar below...

APRIL 2017
MON
TUES
WEDS
THURS
FRI
SAT
SUN
3
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6
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8
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Transformation
3:00 PM
The Wild Side
3:00 pm


Underground
7:30 pm
Transformation
7:30 pm
The  Wild Side
7:30 pm
Underground
7:30 pm








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11
12
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The Wild Side
3:00 pm
Underground
3:00 pm

PANEL
Transformation
7:30 pm
The Wild Side
7:30 pm
Underground
7:30 pm
Transformation
7:30 pm








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Underground
3:00 pm
Transformation
3:00 pm


The Wild Side
7:30 pm

Underground
7:30 pm

Transformation
7:30 pm
The Wild Side
7:30 pm

Underground

3 solo p
erformances
based on the lives of
neighbors


Directed by Alex Roe
Stage Manager: Grace Peñaranda*

Sex, Drugs, and Tattoos
Julie T. Pham* as Jonathan Shaw
Tattoo Artist

homegrown

marcus d. harvey* as Cris
Educator

Dancing Towards Integration
Lenore Wolf* as a Psychoanalytic,
Tango-Dancing, High Priestess

The Wild Side

3 so
lo-performances
based on the lives of
neighbors

Directed by Alex Roe
Stage Manager: Grace Peñaranda
*

     
A Good Woman
Nylda Ria Mark* as Luann Daleandro
Bartender

No Regrets
Teresa Kelsey* as Kathy von Hartz
Adventurer

How to Get Away with Murder
Jared Houseman as Dani
Luv
Troubadour
Transformation
 

Cooper Union, Cooper Union

Book and Lyrics by Sheilah Rae
Music by Debra Barsha
Who would dare to put men who were black or white, Jewish or Christian, with…(gasp)... women in the same classroom? The story of Peter Cooper's best and biggest idea ...in song!

Sunshine in Every Window
by Rex McGregor
  In 1934, crusading city planner Mary Simkhovitch makes a difficult ally for Fiorello LaGuardia and Eleanor Roosevelt.  The mayor and First Lady just want to build the first public housing in America; Mary demands it live up to America’s ideals.


The Bowery Waltz
a comedy with dancing
by Jen Plants
On a rooftop in the Bowery, one last look at a glorious view and a ferocious contest to earn the right to sell it. But what’s the right price for generations of memories?

Emigrant
by Arlene Jaffe
Can a building have a soul? 105 Second Avenue: a literal cornerstone of East Village life, from beginning of the 20th century to the end, from den of iniquity to pillar of the community...the story of the many lives lived by one famous and infamous address.

Directed by
Michael Hardart
Stage Manager: 
Heather Olmstead*

Featuring
Seth Clayton*
Kelly Dean Cooper*
Regina Gibson*
Trevor St. John Gilbert*
Ben Gougeon*
Deborah Green*
Sheila Joon*
Lianne Kressin*
Rebecca Odorisio*
Peter Tedeschi*
*Actors appear courtesy of Actors Equity Association
These programs are part of East Village Chronicles, Vol. 12, and Alphabet City XII, are Equity Approved Showcases