2010-11 Season


Laughter on the 23rd Floor

Darryl Hart & Lisa Dee
Twilight Zone Redux



Aaron Krygier
Cowboy Mouth
(L to R) Michael Leszczynski &
Andrew Michalski in
Mark C LLoyd's
See the Screams

Russ Burton & Bryan P Stoyle
Leaving Boyletown


May 2011
Where it all began


Inspired by his early days of working as a writer for the television classic variety program hosted by Sid Caesar,
Your Show of Shows, Neil Simon set out to capture the behind-the-scenes moments of high anxiety and complete wackiness in the writer's room.

A true slice of Neil Simon's wit and an insightful display of the world of television during the Golden Age,
Laughter on the 23rd Floor is a classic piece worth every minute of laughter.

Under the directorial eye of seasoned pro, Thomas LaChiusa, ART is proud to be presenting this piece. For more information please click
LAUGHTER

October 2010
A Diddo Diddo Diddo Experience

Adapted for stage by Drew McCabe, Twilight Zone Redux takes a fresh look at three stories from the mind of Rod Sterling and with McCabe’s careful attention to both the underlying pathos of characters and the unique writing which made the series and Sterling legendary.

Three stories featured in Twilight Zone Redux include “Nick of Time”, “Denton on Doomsday” and “Nightmare at 20,000 Feet.”
For more Info, reviews and cast list please click
TWZ

COWBOY MOUTH

By Sam Shepard
Directed by WNY theater veteran, Larry Smith, this gritty tale written by the original bad-boy playwright, Shepard, will be presented at Buffalo’s newest arts performance space, Buffalo East. Click LOBSTER for more details on this production On additional nights, Cowboy Mouth was seen with the Shepard short piece Cowboy #2 and the poems composed by Shepard and theater great Joseph Chiakin, Savage/Love

ART’s One-Act Local Playwright Showcase
March 24th to April 16th, 2011
American Rep Theater of WNY is proud to be presenting three works from local playwrights in this annual event. This year features Mark Lloyd’s “See the Screams”, Matthew LaChiusa’s “The Wheelbarrow” and Mark Humphrey’s “Leaving Boyletown”. Please click ONE ACT for further information.
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