Happy Hour: Plays About Drinking Plays West Side Dance Project Through Aug. 11

News   Happy Hour: Plays About Drinking Plays West Side Dance Project Through Aug. 11
The Improbably Fiction theatre company, which is dedicated to "presenting new and classic works in a forthright manner that fully explore a collective love of language," is currently offering Happy Hour: Plays About Drinking through Aug. 11 at the West Side Dance Project's Mainstage Theatre in Manhattan.

The four new plays that comprise the evening were penned by Micheal Baldwin, Quinn Michael Mattfeld, Susie Morgan and Molly Thomas. The cast of the Equity-approved showcase boasts Naked Boys Singing's Marc Ginsburg as well as Elie Berkowitz, Todd Courson, Amy Dinkenson, Erin Hurme and Courtney Reed.

Directed by Erin Roberts and Molly Thomas, the alcohol-themed one-acts include Baldwin's serenDRIPity, Mattfeld's A Bar Tale, or Steve and The Other Guy, Morgan's Fate, or Something and Thomas' The Princess and the Woodsman. All four works, according to press notes, "explore a range of alcohol's effects, whether it be late-night subway meetings, post-work bar encounters, possibly ill-advised hookups, or drunken fairy tales."

Mick Bleyer and Molly Thomas produce. Show times are Sunday and Monday evenings at 7 PM.

Mainstage Theater at the West Side Dance Project is located at 260 West 36th Street, between Seventh and Eighth Avenues. Tickets, priced $10, are available by visiting www.smarttix.com or by calling (212) 868-4444.

For more information go to www.improbablefiction.com.  

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