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Waiting in the Wings

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Morning’s at Seven

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It’s A Wonderful Life

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Deep Are The Roots

MLM Public Relations: 718-981-3533 With seasoned theater professionals, over the age of 50, at the heart of their mission…… Out of the Box Theatre Company, now in its 9th Season, is set to produce Deep Are the Roots, directed by Arthur French. The play addresses race relations post WW II, with one of the playwright’s […]

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The Loves of Cass McGuire

Out of the Box Theatre Company, now in its 8th season, will produce Brian Friel’s The Loves of Cass McGuire, directed by John Christopher Jones. The play will be performed under the Equity Showcase Code at the West End Theatre in the Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew, 86th Street and West End Avenue. […]

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The Hollow Crown

For tickets – go to brownpapertickets or contact Kelly Gilmore at gillmoreK13@aol.com – 718-662-6218.

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Separate Tables

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45 Seconds From Broadway

An Actors’ Equity-Approved Showcase Featuring Amelia V. Anderson, Shirley Brevard, Stephanie Byer*, Bill Galarno*, Susan Case*, Peter J. Coriaty*, Roger Fawcett*, Larry Gutman, Stephanie Haring, Paul Helou, Lisa K. Hokans, Jay Aubrey Jones*,Barbara Marks, Donna Lee Michaels, Aaron Scott*, Sally Sherwood* *Appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association Justin Bennett – Assistant Director/Musical Director; Violeta Komar […]

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Spoon River Anthology

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Rain

On July 9, 2010, Out of the Box presented an outstanding production of the classic, 1920’s drama, Rain, by John Colton and Clemence Randolph. In a two week run, audience attendance doubled during the second week because of the great word-of-mouth publicity it received. Rain is the play adaptation of the Somerset Maugham short story, […]

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