Cowl Girl always wears a Batman cowl, masking herself from the outside world. Will her friend, Jason and the intriguing nephew of her arch-enemy, Alex, be able to get her to break out of her shell? A heartwarming superhero dramedy by Anna Capunay, which was presented as a staged workshop.
An erotic fan fiction in three parts written by Austin Bowers from Nathan For You, delivered to your mailbox just in time for Valentine's Day.
Unattended's first venture since the COVID-19 pandemic, Spooky Friday The 13th Comedy Show was an outdoor standup show featuring NYC-based comics with credits ranging from Hulu, Comedy Central, NPR, PBS, and many more. This event served as a fundraiser for the Indie Theatre Fund.
THE BED SHOW
An ongoing, ever changing, site-specific/site responsive, immersive/participatory talk show about all things "bed culture" created by Sean Pollock and devised with many others. The evening includes autobiographical stories, elements of found text, and even some games!
[A queer love story between mathematician Alan Turing and his computer creation; an original machine-ballet co-produced ★★★★★ international collective §175.] Devised by Dmitri Barcomi and Seth Majnoon. This production was produced in NYC and the Edinburgh Fringe.
A rarely-performed collection of short, creepy, pulpy plays with both spooky and funny delights by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa. Inspired by classic episodes from Tales From The Crypt, in addition to horror films such as Halloween, The Fly, Rosemary's Baby (and many, many more ghoulish tales!) this show made audience laugh one minute and scream the next.
A hybrid adaptation docu-theatre piece by Sean Pollock based on investigative research at real Insane Clown Posse events, which uses the 2011 documentary by Sean Dunne as its base. On the last night of the 11th Annual Gathering of the Juggalos, a group of Juggalos examine what it means to be a chosen family.
A VERY MERRY UNAUTHORIZED CHILDREN'S SCIENTOLOGY PAGEANT:
A darkly funny and entertaining evening which featured the songs of the Obie Award-winning cult classic. An unforgettable celebration of Kyle Jarrow’s (with material by Alex Timbers) brilliant re-envisioning of a traditional Christmas pageant, which features E-Meters, Xenu, and L. Ron Hubbard’s Dianetics.
I'M SMILING BECAUSE I'M UNCOMFORTABLE
Why do we eat? Why do we stop eating? This solo autobiographical show explored childhood experiences of queerness, to a college eating disorder, and to the performers' constant challenges of eating and living in a human body. Written and performed by Emma Howard.
SUPER SHORT SITE SPECIFIC FESTIVAL
Six plays were written and directed in a span of 24 hours (mostly). Hosted by Aunt Linda (played by Anna Rock), as our tour guide, we walked around promenade style starting at 420 Lexington Ave to view each play, literally on the streets of New York.
"Through a combination of Chaplin-esque physical comedy and decidedly well-written prose, [Emma] Howard reveals her own struggles with body image, trauma, and sexuality..."
"Writer, Sean Pollock, building on material from the film, has done exhaustive research and portrays his subjects with sensitivity, kindness, and respect... American Juggalo is an engaging look into a work very from New York City that brings light to the complexities of life for outsiders of all kinds."
"Super impressed with how it turned out. Having been to 10 gatherings and seeing all different types of Juggalos... I have to say I dig it and it's pretty accurate... we all come from different walks of life, each has our own trials and tribulations to deal with..."
"Sean [Pollock] and Drew [Weinstein] have created a very different kind of show - documentary, emotional, exciting, confusing... I left feeling deeply moved. My mind abuzz and my belief in their passion confirmed."