Off-Off-Broadway's Horse Trade Theater Group Announces 2007-2008 Season

News   Off-Off-Broadway's Horse Trade Theater Group Announces 2007-2008 Season Horse Trade Theater Group, New York City's only commercial Off-Off-Broadway Theater group, has announced its line-up for the 2007-2008 season.

Celebrating its 10th season, Horse Trade's season will include new works, a burlesque revue, revivals and an uncensored Indie Theater Festival.

Horse Trade's 2007-2008 season follows:

…And We All Wore Leather Pants
By Robert Attenweiler
Sept. 6-29 at UNDER St. Marks
"It's Buried Child meets Def Leppard. It's '100 Years of Solitude' written by Twisted Sister… Disgraced Productions flashes back to the 1980s and the heyday of heavy metal in this magical realism dark comedy set in America's rust belt."

Chosen
Sept. 17-26 at UNDER St. Marks
Building on its rich tradition of political and social satire, Dysfunctional Theatre presents a new comedy by Rick Vorndran.

Anita's Underground
Last Thursdays of the month starting Sept. 27 at UNDER St. Marks
"A new monthly burlesque starring the most intoxicated - oops - we mean intoxicating pastie-donner this side of the Rio Grande: Anita Cookie." Harm's Way
By Mac Wellman
Oct. 2-27 at UNDER St. Marks
NewFangled theatReR brings their acclaimed revival of Mac Wellman's classic play back to NYC for a limited engagement.

Kinderspiel
Oct. 4-30 at UNDER St. Marks
"Set in the demimonde of Weimar Berlin, one cabaret offers access to the ultimate taboo: watching adults play as children. The Stolen Chair Theatre Company presents the world's greatest children's story, told exclusively for an adult audience."

The Pumpkin Pie Show!
Oct. 31 at UNDER St. Marks
Clay McLeod Chapman returns with the show that has been called, "…energetic and richly theatrical." Pumpkin carving after-party to follow.

Say Your Prayers, Mug!
By Todd Michaels
Oct. 4-27 at The Red Room
"The year is 1954. As Senator Joseph McCarthy battles the red menace in Washington, D.C., the rest of America tunes into TV's top rated morning show 'Sunrise Cinema,' with Mr. & Mrs. Matinee themselves and the 1935 gangster melodrama Say Your Prayers Mug! comes to life on stage."

Glass Houses
Nov. 1-17 at UNDER St. Marks.
"The Beggars Group returns with Glass Houses, a curated evening of one-act plays featuring a new play by Harrison Williams and Aria da Capo by Edna St. Vincent Milay. Performed in The Beggars Group's signature style of story-telling, the evening promises to be insightful, dramatic and very funny."

The Eight: Reindeer Monologues
Nov. 29–Dec. 21 in The Red Room
Dysfunctional Theatre Company presents the 4th annual revival of this now classic holiday tale by Jeff Goode.

Completing the season, Horse Trade presents The FRIGID New York Festival, running Feb. 27-March 9, at The Kraine, The Red Room and UNDER St. Marks.

Horse Trade celebrates the end of winter with the 2nd Annual FRIGID New York, an open and uncensored Indie Theater Festival. FRIGID is an unjuried celebration of Off-Off Broadway artists from around the globe. All participating artists keep 100 percent of their box-office earnings to continue the success of their work.

For tickets and more information visit www.horsetrade.info.

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