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Past Performances


Jane Aquilina rocks in her solo show "Bawdy and Soul" , with Adam Weiner on piano.  Jane will return with more of this work in progress on August 26.


Aaron Petrovich performs his piece "The Rights of Man" in June  "Until the Violence Stops:NYC" events.

photo by Ellen Rosenberg

Esther K Chae presented her New York premiere of  So The Arrow Flies.

Shown here with David Henry Hwang

at an after-show reception


Shame Lips

Created and Performed by

The Lovely And Talented Miss Toni Silver

sold out her Oct-Nov shows 2008

She's coming back for another run

in Feb-Mar '09


“Silver’s material resonates with universal moments.”, Show Business Weekly


“Toni is such a captivating presence…poignant, in-your-face honest”, Wiley Press


"Toni unselfconsciously becomes unhinged in front of her audience,  in a performance alive with honesty and spunk" GO Magazine


"You know what?  You've got spunk....I hate spunk." Lou Grant, Mary Tyler Moore show

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Art's Heart

written and performed

by Anthony Johnston

sold out his November '08 shows

He'll come back in '09 - Dates TBA


"Bizarre and funny!

Unexpectedly touching!"

Swerve Magazine

so gothic

Frank Blocker brings his brilliant solo show back to Stage Left

for an 8-show run in '09

Every Wednesday night at 8 pm, beginning Jan 7, through Feb 25

Tickets $18

A theatrical tour-de-force reminiscent of Greater Tuna crossed with A Prairie Home Companion. Blocker's writing is sly, sharp, erudite and unerringly funny, and his talent for voices and characterization is simply wonderful.

   - Next Magazine, David Hurst


A dazzling array of dysfunctional Southern characters that surpass anything Margaret Mitchell dreamed up for Gone With The Wind.

   - Show Business Weekly, 2003


Plenty of plot twists and red herrings here, all of that mystery affording Blocker the opportunity to showcase his ample talents and keep the audience entertained.

   - TheatreMania, Dan Bacalzo


Both archly satirical and sweetly ingenuous ... wry sophistication and gleeful, childlike abandon that’s certain to satisfy the cranky inner toddler of even the most jaded New York theatergoer.

   - nytheatre.com, Terri Galvin

GO mag review