14th Season of Project Shaw Launches January 14 With Misalliance

Off-Broadway News   14th Season of Project Shaw Launches January 14 With Misalliance
 
The cast features Tony winner Maryann Plunkett, Jay O. Sanders, Jennifer Lim, and Simon Jones.
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Gingold Theatrical Group's 14th Season of Project Shaw, a series of plays inspired by the works of George Bernard Shaw that embrace human rights and free speech, launches January 14 with a reading of Shaw's Misalliance at Symphony Space’s Leonard Nimoy Thalia Theatre (2537 Broadway at 95th Street).

Directed by Stephen Brown-Fried, the evening features the talents of Kate Abbruzzese, Christian Conn, Andrew Fallaize, Simon Jones, Jennifer Lim, Zachary Piser, Maryann Plunkett, Tony Roach, and Jay O. Sanders.

The new season will continue February 11 with Shaw Songs@The Players (at The Players, 16 Gramercy Park South), On Approval by Frederick Lonsdale (April 15), Shaw’s Man and Superman (May 20), Shaw’s The Philanderer (June 24), The Stepmother by Githa Sowerby (July 22), a Scintillating Shaw Symposium with an international panel (September 23), Shaw’s Arms and the Man (October 28), The Play’s The Thing by Ferenc Molnar (November 18), and I’ll Leave It To You by Noel Coward (December 16).

“Though it hardly seems possible, we're now joyously preparing to launch into our 14th year of this unique series," said Artistic Director David Staller in an earlier statement. "GTG was initially founded to produce Project Shaw, but is now just one part of the company, which produces full productions, hosts new play development labs, and facilitates three inner-city educational programs.”

Tickets are $40 and are available by calling (212) 864-5400 or online at SymphonySpace.org. Special reserved VIP seating is available for $55 by contacting the Gingold office (212) 355-7823 or info@gingoldgroup.org.

(Updated January 14, 2019)

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