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Great reviews for IN THE ROOM!

“Solid and smart…THOUROUGHLY TRANSPORTING!” (The New York Times)

“Lawrence Dial wrote a magnificent play: REALISTIC, PHILOSOPHIC, and TRUE.” (NY Theatre Wire)

“ENGAGING and ENTERTAINING… a swift and enjoyable evening of theater.” (Theatre Is Easy)

“DEFTLY DIRECTED by Adam Knight.” (Talkin’ Broadway)

“Anyone who has participated in a creative writing course will appreciate Dial’s skill at capturing the evolution of the classroom dynamic.” (Stage Buddy)

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Feature article in TDF Stages, Writing a Play About Writing a Play by Diep Tran.

The Cast of “In The Room” by Lawrence Dial

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World Premiere of In The Room opens October 20th!

portraitIn The Room by Lawrence Dial runs October 20 – November 13. Check out www.intheroom.net for more information and to buy tickets!

Seymour, a struggling playwright with one forgotten hit to his name, lands a gig teaching a writers’ workshop. His students are a motley collection of dreamers and amateurs, young and old. As the weeks go by, the students’ plays begin to blur the line between truth and fiction, imperiling the workshop’s delicate balance. In The Room uncovers the hopeless and heroic that exists beyond the page.

Produced by Slant Theatre Project and Kelli Giddish, in association with Wheelhouse Theater Company. Featuring Matt Harrington* (Matilda the Musical), Suzy Jane Hunt* (Alice in “The Americans”), Robert Karma Robinson* (Kansas City Swing at Crossroads Theatre), Jacob Perkins* (The Few at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater), Chelsea Melone (Roadkill, FringeNYC 2016), Susan Neuffer (Lend Me a Tenor at Millbrook Playhouse), and Reuben Barsky (The Bad and the Better with The Amoralists).

Lighting Design by Lauren Duffie, Costume Design by Kristina Makowski, Sound Design by Toby Jaguar Algya, and Production Stage Manager Sarah Haber. Publicist: Emily Owens PR. Directed by Adam Knight.

More info and tickets at www.intheroom.net.

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Springboard 2015

Our 2015 SPRINGBOARD reading series featured a new play by Sofia Alvarez and a collaboration with Fight or Flight! 

CORPSE POSE by Sofia Alvarez.  Featuring Alfredo Narciso, Russell Posner, Andrea Syglowski, Maria Tucci, Stacey Yen and Carmen Zilles. Directed by Adam Knight. Wed., August 5th @ 3pm, Primary Stages Studio B.

MOBY-DICK by Herman Melville, adapted by Steven Cole Hughes. Co-produced with Fight or Flight. Featuring Michael Rudko, Chad Goodridge, Stephen Plunkett, John Behlmann, Richard Thieriot, Vichet Chum, Dan Loeser, John Clarence Stewart and Khris Lewin. Directed by Wes Grantom. Thursday, April 16th @ 1pm. 4th St Theater (83 E. 4th St, 1st Fl).

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We’re kicking off our 2014 reading series with SPECULATOR SPIRITS by Josh Tobiessen.

Wes Grantom directs a stellar cast that includes Brad Bellamy, Amelia McClain, Will Rogers, Danielle Slavick, and Richard Thieriot with Ryan Wesen rocking the stage directions.

Tuesday, August 12th at 5:30pm, ART/NY – Bruce Mitchell Room. 520 8th Ave, 3rd Floor. RSVP to slanttheatreproject@gmail.com

RSVP to slanttheatreproject@gmail.com

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This September you can join our 2nd Annual Flag Football Tournament with a donation to our 10th Anniversary Season. Donate $25 to play and $50 lead a team. We hit the field Saturday, September 13th. Check out highlights from last year’s tournament.

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JOIN US ON THE GRIDIRON SEPT 13 BY CLICKING HERE.

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Four people get lost in the forest of social media in this raucous farce exploring changing notions of privacy and intimacy in this age of over-sharing. Starring Teddy Bergman, Ryan King, Polly Lee and Emily Walton, The Cloud by Matt Moses fuses the wilds of the internet with Shakespearean romance to conjure a theatrical landscape in which all the www is a stage. Directed by Wes Grantom. May 16 – June 1, 2014 at HERE Arts Center.

The design team includes Daniel Zimmerman (set), Lisa Loen (costumes), Driscoll Otto (lights) and Josh Millican (sound). Production stage manager is Alex Hajjar.

Get tickets.

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Stay tuned for our 2014 Season Announcement…
In the meantime, check out the upcoming episode of On This Island, returning to Ars Nova on February 25th.
Get your tickets today.

February 25th @ Ars Nova

February 25th @ Ars Nova

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Ready to play a little football? Slant Theatre Project is hosting a Flag Football Tournament to raise funds for our upcoming season (but mostly because it will be a lot of fun).

Join us on Saturday, September 7th at 11am in East River Park. It’s only $25 to join a team or for a donation of $100 or more you can own the team. All donations are tax deductible and can me made via PayPal.

Once you’re donation is processed you’ll receive an email with your team assignment and everything else you need to know.

Location: East River Park FIELD B (1/2 Track Field), 6th Street & FDR. Take the F or V train to 2nd Avenue Lower East Side Station and walk for about 7 – 10 minutes to the East River Park. Or the L train to 14th Street.

Look forward to seeing you on the field.

Don’t want to play but still want to get involved? Make a donation of any size and we’ll let you be a cheerleader.

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Slant partners with Gotham Stage Company on our first reading series with Springboard 2013. Check out new plays by three of New York’s most exciting writers: Emily Bohannon, Lucas Hnath and Matt Moses.

Here’s the full lineup.

Wednesday, May 29th
The Fiancé
by Emily Bohannon
directed by Adam Knight
@ The Players Club (Gramercy)

Tuesday, June 4th
Hillary and Clinton
by Lucas Hnath
directed by Victor Maog
@ The Players Club (Gramercy)

Monday, June 17th
The Cloud
by Matt Moses
directed by Wes Grantom
@ Daryl Roth Theatre (Union Square)

All readings are at 7pm. RSVP to slanttheatreproject@yahoo.com

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TUESDAY, APR. 9 @ 8pm @ Ars Nova (511 W54th)

A woman stares at the falling snow out of her cushy Soho office. An English gentleman bids his unsuspecting wife adieu for what becomes a 20-year absence. Episode 6 of OTI—WAKEFIELD—is inspired by Hawthorne’s story of the same name, exploring the urban soul’s urge to leave the hubbub and disappear. Hosted by Matt Dellapina.

GUESTS ARTISTS : David Ryan Smith (ONE MAN TWO GUVNORS, THE STEADFAST), Paul Niebanck (BLOOD AND GIFTS), Sofia Alvarez (playwright, THE FISH BOWL), Mat Smart (playwright, THE STEADFAST, TINKER TO EVERS TO CHANCE), Obie Winner Birgit Huppuch (BLOOD PLAY, TELEPHONE), Phil Pickens (singer/songwriter, SWEET TEA CIRCUS), and more…

TICKETS: $10

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