September 23 - September 23
Unresolved Rage Game: Artist Talk
Unresolved Rage Game is a theatrical experience about the creation of a tabletop role-playing game (TTRPG) designed as a tool for Asian femmes to access and express rage. This presentation encapsulates our creative process while aiming to empower individuals with similar cultural backgrounds to openly explore and articulate their emotions.
September 29 - September 30
Untitled Seagull Project
Using Chekhov’s The Seagull as a point of departure, Carolina and Annie are generating a theatrical investigation/love letter to their families, ancestors, selves, and fellow Asian American community members who have had to sublimate their identities in the pursuit of being understood.
September 15 - September 16
Woo Woo Child
In a mosaic of time fragments, Woo Woo Child follows a group of six New York City artists at the precipice of new beginnings. Its present is the night of Valeria’s final cabaret performance. With characters taking on tarot archetype qualities, the play explores queer fate, messy power and narrative-by-accumulation.
November 1 - February 29
We are thrilled to announce that our production of Public Obscenities is transferring to two theaters across the country. First, Public Obscenities will run at Woolly Mammoth in Washington D.C. starting November 2023 before it returns to New York at Theatre for a New Audience in January 2024.
Shayok Misha Chowdhury first started writing this play as an inaugural member of Project Number One. With our partners at NAATCO, we went on to commission the piece and premiere it at Soho Rep where it enjoyed a sold out extended run. We’re so glad that Woolly Mammoth and TFANA are giving tens of thousands more theatergoers the chance to experience this remarkable bilingual play.
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May 8 - June 16
Fantasy, fiction, flirting and kissing, or fighting and fucking. Y’all need to get married and just die in each other’s game playin’ arms.
In 1971, 1998, and 2021, three different men in a South Brooklyn railroad apartment write, read, fuck each other (or don’t), eat, drink, diet, breakup, make up, fight, and flirt at the same time.
The Fires is a surreal new play about being a somebody in a world of other somebodies while trying on love.
October 25 - December 3
Snatch Adams & Tainty McCracken Present It’s That Time of the Month
Trigger Warning: There will be fluids!
Snatch Adams is a 6-foot tall vagina who lost her job as a clown at Planned Parenthood in 2016. After knocking on clinic doors across America, only to find them shuttered, she is finally hired to host a talk show with recently Me-Too’ed comic Tainty McCracken! Along with a rotating roster of celebrity guests, Snatch and Tainty fart, flirt, and squirt in order to bring awareness and love to genitals and their human companions everywhere.
Join us at this original queer spectacle featuring puppets, prizes, and perversity, and celebrate the power and autonomy of loudmouthed vagina people while you still can. You’ll laugh so hard you’ll go number three!