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Apr
20
7:00 PM19:00

Redwood

EST/Youngblood presents a Reading of

Redwood

a new play by Brittany K. Allen^
directed by Taylor Reynolds
featuring Brittany K. Allen^, Bryn Carter, Brian D. Coats^*, Kate Rigg, Drew Lewis^*, Lou Liberatore^*, & Portia^

What happens when a young couple, very much in love and moving in together, discover that back in the mid-1800’s her family was owned by his family on a plantation in the South?

The development of Redwood is generously made possible by funding from the Axe-Houghton Foundation.

Saturday, April 20 at 7:00pm
Irish Arts Center

Irish Arts Center: 553 W 51st St, New York, NY 10019

Irish Arts Center: 553 W 51st St, New York, NY 10019

Production Stage Manager: Traci Bargen^

*Denotes EST Member Artist
^These Actors and Stage Managers are appearing courtesy of Actors' Equity Association

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My Heart Will Go BRUNCH
Apr
14
12:00 PM12:00

My Heart Will Go BRUNCH

EST Youngblood presents

My Heart Will Go BRUNCH

On April 14, 1912, the Titanic hit an iceberg in the North Atlantic. On April 14, 1865, President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated at the Ford Theatre. This April 14th, keep an eye out for falling pianos and join us for five new plays about imminent disaster by the writers of Youngblood, as well as pancakes, bacon and (young)bloody marys!

featuring new short plays by Michael Feldman, Amanda Keating, Nadja Leonhard-Hooper, Andrew Massey, and Megan Chan Meinero

Sunday, April 14

THIS MONTH IS A DOUBLE BRUNCH AT EST!

This month, you have two chances to catch BRUNCH on Sunday the 14th on the 2nd floor of EST!

12pm BRUNCH

Brunch begins at 11:30am, plays begin at 12pm!

 

3pm BRUNCH

Brunch begins at 2:30pm, plays begin at 3pm!

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Mar
24
3:00 PM15:00

The Woods

EST/Youngblood Presents a Workshop of

The Woods

a new play by Jahna Ferron-Smith
directed by Colette Robert*

featuring Daniel Abeles, Lydian Blossom, Will Dagger, Bjorn DuPaty*, Starr Kirkland, Julius Powell, Drew Lewis*, & Naomi Lorrain

THE WOODS. explores our learned relationships to the "American" landscape--who’s taught to love it? Who's taught to fear it? Who's allowed to claim it?--and the consequences those cultural narratives have on young Black Americans, only just learning what being Black in today's "American landscape" might mean for them. Going forward, might there be a way to manifest a more positive narrative surrounding the natural environment, for the sake of all of those next in line to inherit it?..."

Sunday, March 24 at 3:00pm
Ensemble Studio Theatre, 2nd Floor

No Reservations Required

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Here’s to the Ladies Who BRUNCH
Mar
3
12:00 PM12:00

Here’s to the Ladies Who BRUNCH

EST Youngblood presents

Here’s to the Ladies Who BRUNCH

It's women's history month, and we're celebrating ladies who kick ass, take names, and BRUNCH. Join us for five new plays by the writers of Youngblood, as well as pancakes, bacon and mimosas!

featuring new short plays by Gillian Beth Durkee, Mona Pirnot, Jahna Ferron-Smith, Julia Specht, and Lizzie Stern

Sunday, March 3

THIS MONTH IS A DOUBLE BRUNCH AT THE IRISH ARTS CENTER

This month, you have two chances to catch BRUNCH on Sunday the 3rd at the Irish Arts Center!

Brunch #1: Brunch begins at 11:30am, plays begin at 12pm!

Brunch #2: Brunch begins at 2:30pm, plays begin at 3pm!

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Do Androids Dream Of Electric BRUNCH?
Feb
10
12:30 PM12:30

Do Androids Dream Of Electric BRUNCH?

EST Youngblood & the EST/Sloan Project present

Do Androids Dream Of Electric BRUNCH?

the Youngblood Science Brunch

Pull out your Erlenmeyer flask, your bunsen burner, and your biography of Marie Curie and join us for five new plays celebrating science by the writers of Youngblood, as well as pancakes, bacon and (young)bloody marys!

featuring new short plays by Amanda Keating, Yilong Liu, Cristina Luzarraga, Megan Chan Meinero, & one play co-written by Lily Houghton & Sofya Levitsky-Weitz

Sunday, February 10

Brunch begins at 12:30pm, plays begin at 1pm!

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Jan
19
7:00 PM19:00

Carthage

EST Youngblood presents a Workshop of

Carthage

by Andrew Massey, directed by Andrew Grosso*

featuring James DeMarse*, Christine Farrell*, Rachel Sachnoff, Socorro Santiago*, & Elizabeth Scopel

Saturday, January 19 at 7pm
Ensemble Studio Theatre

No ticket required 

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Brunch Away From BRUNCH
Jan
13
12:00 PM12:00

Brunch Away From BRUNCH

EST Youngblood presents

EST Youngblood presents

Brunch Away From BRUNCH

Home is where the Brunch is. Usually, that place is EST, but this month we're taking a little vacation, and you're invited. Same format, same bacon, but this month Brunch will be held at the Irish Arts Center here in Hell's Kitchen!

featuring new short plays by Julia Doolittle, Lily Houghton, Daniel K. Isaac, Cristina Luzárraga, and Andrew Massey

Sunday, January 13

THIS MONTH IS A DOUBLE BRUNCH AT THE IRISH ARTS CENTER

This month, you have two chances to catch BRUNCH on Sunday the 13th at the Irish Arts Center!

THIS MONTH IS A DOUBLE BRUNCH AT THE IRISH ARTS CENTER

This month, you have two chances to catch BRUNCH on Sunday the 3rd at the Irish Arts Center!

12pm BRUNCH

Brunch begins at 11:30am, plays begin at 12pm!

 

3pm BRUNCH

Brunch begins at 2:30pm, plays begin at 3pm!

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Jan
1
7:00 PM19:00

GEORGIA MERTCHING IS DEAD

EST’s previously announced production of GEORGIA MERTCHING IS DEAD by Catya McMullen will be rescheduled for our 2019/20 season.

GEORGIA MERTCHING IS DEAD

written by Catya McMullen
directed by Giovanna Sardelli*

featuring Daniel Abeles, Layla Khosh, Laura Ramadei, & Dina Thomas

Gretchen, Emma and Whitney are thirty. They've been friends since they were teenagers. They've been sober since they were teenagers. As they set off on a road trip south--with homemade female urination devices, too much pie, ill-advised sexual escapades--to celebrate and mourn a figure from their past, GEORGIA MERTCHING IS DEAD reveals what it's like to face adulthood and death after growing up weird and possibly broken.

Scenic Designer: Alexis Distler | Costume Designer: Sydney Maresca | Lighting Designer: Cat Tate Starmer | Sound Designer: Shane Rettig* | Props Master: Caitlyn Murphy | Stage Manager: Fran Acuña-Almiron


About the Playwright

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Catya McMullen is a playwright, tv and screenwriter, and comedian. Her short play, MISSED CONNECTION won the 37th Samuel French OOB Short Play Festival, was directed by Leslye Headland and is published by Samuel French. She writes for AMC's hit show Dietland and is the author of the comedic hip hop musical LOCKED UP BITCHES (World Premiere, The Flea) and the plays GEORGIA MERTCHING IS DEAD (Upcoming World Premiere EST/Youngblood), AGNES (Upcoming World Premiere Lesser America at 59E59 Fall 2018, Workshop Production, Rattlestick Playwrights Theater), EVERYTHING IS PROBABLY GOING TO BE OKAY, WE PRAY TO ELEPHANTS, ASSHOLES IN GAS STATIONS, RUBBER DUCKS AND SUNSETS (World Premiere Ground UP Productions), and THE COLLECTIVE (World Premiere, Triskellion Arts) along with numerous shorts. She is a proud alum of the Obie award winning EST/Youngblood and a company member of The Middle Voice Theater Company; the apprentice company of Rattlestick Playwrights Theater. She was a finalist for the City Theater National Award for Short Playwriting and is the Creator of the WE ARE ANIMALS series, a quarterly variety show series she writes with Scott Klopfenstein of the Gold Record selling band Reel Big Fish, where she raps under her feminist hip hop alias “Chihuahua Fancy.”  She has received multiple commissions from the Sloan Foundation and is currently writing a play about back alley abortions given in the years before Roe V. Wade. She teaches sketch comedy and playwriting at The People's Improv Theater. She has been produced or developed work with Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, EST/Youngblood, The People's Improv Theater, The Lark Play Development Center, Lesser America, Naked Angels, The Flea Theater, The F*it Club, Rising Phoenix Rep, Playmakers Repertory Company, Ground UP Productions, Ugly Rhino, and Primary Stages. BA UNC Chapel Hill

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Thanks a BRUNCH!
Nov
18
12:00 PM12:00

Thanks a BRUNCH!

EST Youngblood presents

THANKS A BRUNCH

Ah, Thanksgiving. Whether you spend it with your friends or your family, it’s the perfect time to express gratitude, eat your weight in pie and wear the coziest of socks.

Come celebrate the first brunch of the season with five brand new plays about giving thanks by the writers of Youngblood, along with pancakes, bacon and (young)bloody marys.

featuring plays by Will Arbery, Jahna Ferron-Smith, Amanda Keating, Julia Specht, & Sofya Levitsky-Weitz

THIS MONTH IS A DOUBLE BRUNCH!

What does that mean? That means you have two chances to catch BRUNCH on Sunday the 18th.

12pm BRUNCH

Brunch begins at 11:30am, plays begin at 12pm!

3pm BRUNCH

Brunch begins at 2:30pm, plays begin at 3pm!

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Nov
6
to Nov 10

Asking for Trouble 2018

EST Youngblood presents

ASKING FOR TROUBLE 2018

featuring new short plays by the writers of Youngblood.

Do you smell that in the air?  It's not the whiff of pumpkin spice and fresh hay bales. 
It's trouble. A ten minute play festival with 24 brand new plays over four separate nights of theatre- November 6-10.

new plays by:


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