Thursday, January 30th @ 7:30pm
Friday, January 31st @ 7:30pm
Saturday, February 1st @ 2:00pm
Frederick Loewe Theatre
68th Street between Park and Lexington Avenues
by Amy E. Witting
directed by Alex Correia
Three lost souls. A Texas Waffle House. Can they break free from their own captivity?
Thank you to all who have been following my “other” blog this past year on the chronicles of my thirty third year. It was a journey – and now I’m back on a single mission – to get back to the Wacky World of Witty Witting. To start us off – some information about a Wacky little play I wrote that will be up and running in Upstate Manhattan in just under two weeks. Rehearsals are going well – and I’m a bundle of nerves – which means something is happening! Looking forward to it. Thanks for reading! Amye
directed by Jacob Titus
featuring Jonathan Draxton – Paul Eddy – Jamie Heinlein* Tiffany May McRae – Billy Clark Taylor *
and Nicholas Wuehrmann* as Victor
July 23rd – 9pm
July 26th – 9pm
July 28th – 6pm
The Cabrini Repertory Theater
701 Fort Washington Avenue
20 minutes from Times Square!
A train to 190th Street
Audra, slowly approaching her fortieth birthday, is trapped insider her mind and her apartment with a mouse named Victor. As she succumbs to the comfort of Victor she falls further down a rabbit hole of despair. As Victor continues to eat at Audra’s subconscious, a decision has to be made. Audra must decide to live a life of isolation or embrace the love from the other misfits she meets along the way.
Tickets are $18
Cash at the Door
*Member of the actors equity association, this is an equity approved showcase*
We’ve put together an amazing cast for tomorrow nights reading! Seating is limited. Hope you can make it! Amy
by Amy E. Witting
A Free Reading of Witting’s New Play
Friday, April 19th @ 7:30pm
Friday Night Footlights presents:
victor by Amy E. Witting
Directed by Jacob Titus
Tiffany May McRae
Nicholas Wuehrmann* as Victor
Limited seating. Reading is FREE and starts promptly at 7:30pm.
Audra is trapped both inside her mind and in her apartment with a mouse named Victor. Audra talks to Victor, Victor talks back. As she falls further down a rabbit hole of despair she leans on her one and only only one, Doris, for salvation. Both women on the brink of their fortieth birthdays, search for their cats to keep their loneliness away. As Victor continues to eat at Audra’s subconscious, a decision has to be made. Audra must choose to either live a life of isolation or embrace the love from the other misfits she meets along the way. As she continues to grow, she discovers the hope of Waiter, the innocence of Chester, and the chance of real love thru Doris and Benji. Audra’s internal battle brings together the most unlikely family and forces demons to finally rest…
The Dramatists Guild
Frederick Loewe Room
1501 Broadway, Suite 710
New York, NY 10036
Friday Night Footlights is a weekly reading series based in New York City hosted by the Dramatists Guild.
36Hours Featuring *Michael Birch and Kerry Fitzgibbons
The blizzard has past but it is still a bit cold and snowy today in Manhattan. The perfect day to update my neglected website and share about two shows opening in TWO WEEKS down in the East Village.
36Hours is coming back with a reworked script – no major changes – but small important ones. Rumor has it that rehearsals have been exciting – and the show has a new beat to it. If you haven’t seen it come check it out.
36HOURS TICKET INFORMATION
PURCHASE TICKETS HERE
UNDER ST. MARKS THEATRE
94 St. Marks Place (Between 1st Ave & Avenue A)
2/20 @ 5:30pm
2/22 @ 8:40pm
2/25 @ 7:05pm
2/28 @ 10:15pm
3/3 @ 3:40pm
The play is 55minutes long – and it will keep you on your toes. Tickets are $10 and only $8 on TDF!
While 36Hours is a Drama with some Witty moments – if you are looking for something to lighten your mood perhaps you would like to check out SISTERS GRIMM: FABLES OF THE STAGE – a collaboration with the amazing BRICKEN SPARACINO. My short play “Jack and the Giant” will be featured along with Bricken’s hilarious “Pointy the Starfish”.
“A hilarious look behind the curtain. Find out how Jack really met the Giant and what happens between the scenes of a traveling children’s theater troupe.”
Sisters Grimm: Fables of the Stage
The Kraine Theatre
85 East 4th Street (between Bowery and 2nd Ave)
Feb 22, 5:35PM
Feb 24, 5:15PM
Feb 26, 7:05PM
Mar 02, 2:05PM
Mar 03, 5:15PM
PURCHASE TICKETS HERE!
I was honored to be featured on The United Stages website today! Check it out. I still have two more finals to conquer before I can start getting focused on these shows – but it will happen soon. I’m so grateful for all the wonderful collaborators in my life! This is going to a truly wonderful show! Woot! Amye
I wrote a little play about a skinny man meeting a Giant in an audition room. The skinny man will be played by a skinny actor named Ben, and the Giant will be played by a tall actor named Derby who will wear a fat suit. At least in my mind he will. But perhaps his vocals will be large enough. I now have to finish the script so my director, the amazing Bricken, can send it off to an awesome teenage boy who writes rad music. How lucky am I?
OK. So mark your calendars for Jack and the Giant! Information below.
The Hunter College Theatre club has chosen Create Me Pegasus as one of the plays they are going to showcase in a December production. Should be exciting! I’m grateful for the opportunity. Stay Tuned for more information! Amye