Friday November 11th at 7pm
Boomerang's innovative Baton Project continues as part of First Flight with a reading of Michael Allen Harris's dynamic new play DOUBLE HELIX, directed by Tramaine Gray.
An elder gentleman stuck in the past crosses paths with a young lost soul with unfortunate present circumstances. Together, they guide one another into a hopeful future.
The reading will be at TheatreLab NYC, 357 W 36th Street, NYC on Friday November 11th at 7pm.
Saturday November 12th at 7pm
First Flight continues with A MURDER OF CROWS by Dan Marshall for an encore reading on Saturday November 12th, 2022 at 7pm. The project will be directed by Scott Ebersold.
Who killed Reginald Crows, the dashing renaissance man of early 20th century theater who died in the bombing of London in 1940? Eighty years after his death, a banker's box of Crows ephemera lands on the desk of Kat Davidson, a queer studies graduate student in Berkley. The contents of that box compel Kat to scour the dusty corners of the internet where she finds herself squarely in the crosshairs of a rabid Crows preservationist.
Sunday November 13th at 7pm
That sound you hear is the rumble of music and plays running headlong into each other...resulting in the glorious mash-up known world over as...
A one night only new play event where playwrights take inspiration from great music, and channel that energy into new 10 minute plays, They are performed with live accompaniment and delivered in all their loud, sweaty glory.
This year's Rock-n-Roles event will be Sunday November 13th at 7pm at TheatreLab, 357 W 36th Street, NYC.
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