New York, NY, July 04, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Nylon Fusion Collective presents a premiere of ten (10) plays including French Waitress and Poland by John Patrick Shanley for the Independence Fundraiser “This Round’s On Us” July 22 and 23, 2012.
Fireworks, hotdogs, and American flags are how we usually celebrate our nation's independence, but once the Fourth of July barbecues are over come celebrate independence in its many other forms with Nylon Fusion Collective. From breaking free of the constraints imposed on us by society to breaking free of the constraints imposed on us by ourselves, the short plays in this festival explore the true meaning and humor of freedom and all the different ways we try, and sometimes fail, to achieve it.
Third "This Round's On Us" this year and it is hosted by Nick Walkonis, a member of Nylon Fusion Collective. Showcasing two (2) new plays by Academy Award, Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning playwright John Patrick Shanley (Doubt) and six (6) playwrights including members of the Writers Collective Matt Cowley, Jack Karp, Penny Jackson, Lisa Reinke, Cassie M. Seinuk, Alisha Silver, Joseph Samuel Wright.
Direction by award winning David Triacca and Jessica Creane, Matt Crowley, Kelly Johnston, Christopher Jenkins, Lori Kee, Christopher Randolph.
Cast will include members of Nylon Fusion Collective and guest artists: Caroline Bloom, JJ Condon, Judy Del Guidice, Kyle DeSpiegler, Ivette Dumeng, Robert Dyckman, Andy English*, Mack Exilus, Kaia Foss, David Hanson, Stephanie Heitman John Keabler*, Malcolm Madera, Sabina Maschi Kelsey Mahoney, Jade Lane, Christopher Randolph, Sarah Doe-Osborne*, Laura Pruden*, Jacob Troy, April Von Eckfeld, Katherine Wessling, and more.
“This Round’s On Us” is a ten (10) minute play festival produced by Nylon Fusion Collective. The fundraising festival showcases the talent of over 25 artists and it is an open bar event. Nylon was founded in 2007. Nylon Fusion Collective is a resident company of Writers, Actors and Directors committed to developing and producing original plays that explore social and cultural awareness.
Location: The Gene Frankel Theatre 24 Bond Street New York, NY 10012 The closest subway is the Broadway and Lafayette Station: 6, F, M, B & D train
Tickets at the door: $20.00
*Appearing courtesy of Actors Equity.
Times: July 22nd at 7pm, July 22st at 9pm, July 23rd at 7pm, July 23rd at 9pm.