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New venue. New plays. Same rebellious attitude. 

The fifth annual Collective:10 follows four previous SOLD OUT C:10 productions, and features 11 original plays selected from hundreds of submissions. Five plays premiere November 1 - 5, and another six plays premiere November 8-12. All of this year's plays will be published in The Collective:10 Play Anthology, Vol. 5, which will also feature two additional new plays. 

The plays selected for this year's C:10 are a dynamic mix from some of our favorite playwrights and some exciting new voices, including:
Mark Borkowski, Julie Brister, Stacey Isom Campbell, Jonathan Davidson, Nicolas diPierro, Maximillian Gill, Erin Mallon, Craig McNulty, Brandon T. Snider, David Thigpen, Tessa Borbridge and Thomas C. Dunn.

The 11 plays premiere in two PROGRAMS. All programs and cast are subject to change.



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FESTIVAL SCHEDULE

PROGRAM A performs Nov 1 - 5
WED, NOV 01 @
7:30pm + talkback to follow
THU, NOV 02 @
7:30pm
FRI,  NOV 03 @
7:30pm
SAT, NOV 04 @ 3pm +
7:30pm
SUN, NOV 05 @ 3pm


PROGRAM B performs Nov 8 - 12
WED, NOV 08 @
7:30pm + talkback to follow
THU, NOV 09 @
7:30pm
FRI,  NOV 10 @
7:30pm
SAT, NOV 11 @ 3pm +
7:30pm
SUN, NOV 12 @ 3pm


PROGRAM A
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LAUNDRY AT THE COIN & SPIN by Stacey Isom Campbell
Directed by Jacqueline Knapp, featuring Geany Masai* and Lacy Marie Meyer

THE RELUCTANT ANARCHISTS by Craig McNulty
Directed by Margaret Champagne, featuring Joan Porter* and Maureen Shannon*

UNCOVERING by Erin Mallon
Directed by Nina Mehta, featuring Ross DeGraw*, Rock Kohli*, Ava Paloma and Zoë Van Tieghem

STELLA AND ADOLPHO by Jonathan Davidson
Directed by Michael Abbott Jr., featuring Nathaly DeLaCruz and Daniel Hall

KINDLY FASTEN YOUR SEATBELT by Julie Brister
Directed by George Demas, featuring Bettina Bilger, Margaret Champagne* and Jenetha Philbert


PROGRAM B
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11/9/16 by Mark Borkowski
Directed by Gabe Fazio, featuring Mark Borkowski, Francis Benhamou*, Suzanne Didonna and Swann Gruen 

MARINER MOTEL by David Thigpen
Directed by Malindi Fickle, featuring Kevin Kane* and Sayra Player

SOMEPLACE STRANGE by Mark Borkowski
Directed by Malindi Fickle, featuring Khan Baykal and Lacy Marie Meyer

STARS AND CRESCENT by Maximillian Gill
Directed by Pirronne Yousefzadeh, featuring Jacqueline Antaramian, May Calamawy, Swann Gruen and Laith Nakli*

TRUMP SUPPORTER BEATEN by Nicolas diPierro
Directed by Nicolas diPierro, featuring Brian Hotaling and JB Roté

STIFF by Brandon T. Snider
Directed by Emma Canalese, featuring Joe Maruzzo and Brandon T. Snider


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A TALKBACK with playwrights and members of the creative team will be held after opening night performances on WED, NOV 1 (Program A plays) and WED, NOV 8 (Program B plays).

*These actors appear courtesy of Actors Equity Association.
AN EQUITY-APPROVED SHOWCASE


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All performances will be at THE PARLOUR, 144 Fifth Avenue at 19th Street, 2nd Floor

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GENERAL ADMISSION tickets are $20 and half of the ticket price goes toward our NO EMPTY SEATS initiative--You get a seat for yourself and you automatically give a seat. Seating is first-come, first-served.

RESERVED SEATS are $40 and $30 of the ticket price goes toward our NO EMPTY SEATS initiative--You automatically give THREE seats. And as a 'thank you,' a RESERVED seat will be waiting for you. No need to arrive early to get one of the best seats.

STUDENT tickets are $10. (Use code: STUDENT) Please present valid ID.

FREE tickets are available to every performance. (Use code: NOEMPTYSEATS) Our NO EMPTY SEATS initiative to provide access to quality professional theatre means that you can book a ticket at no charge. When you see the performance, we hope you will give what you are able, to provide the same opportunity for someone else.


>>>>>LATE SEATING POLICY:
THERE WILL BE NO LATE SEATING.
Patrons must check in at the box office AT LEAST 15 minutes prior to curtain. At the scheduled curtain time, any unclaimed tickets (including reserved seats and all ticket prices) will be forfeited and made available to the WAIT LIST. It is not possible to hold seats for latecomers, or to seat latecomers during the performance.

The shows are extremely popular, the festival schedule is compact and the theater is intimate, so there will be NO LATE SEATING. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and hope you will be able to arrive at the theater early enough to avoid any potential difficulty using your tickets.


>>>>>>VENUE NOTES:
The venue is on the second floor, up one flight of stairs. There is NO ELEVATOR and the second floor is NOT WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE. We regret any inconvenience.

There is only one bathroom available prior to house opening, so please allow time. A second bathroom is located in the balcony inside the theater, which will only be accessible once the house is open.

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