Add Some Theater to your Weekend

2016-03-16_14-11-51Scenes from the Staten Island Ferry 2016 presented by Sundog Theatre.

The plays will take place at New Dorp Moravian Church Theatre located at 2205 Richmond Rd (Corner of Todt Hill Rd), Staten Island, NY 10306

Six one-act, original plays about our favorite boats. Sundog has been producing Scenes since 2003, accepting submissions from playwrights all over the world as a national writing competition. Each one-act play has 2-3 actors.

Directed by Barbara Brandt, Jonathan Fluck, Karen O’Donnell, Mickey Tennenbaum, Ken Tirado and Diane Zerega.

Congrats to the playwrights: “Lovin’ The Boat” by Chip Bolcik “The Losers” by Theo Gallagher “Uncomfortable” by Michelle Giusto “Lost and Found” by Helene Montagna “Tourists” by Matt Morea “The 5:30 Fairy” by Michael J. Veasey ​

March 18 – 20 Fridays/Saturdays 8:00pm; Sundays 3:00pm

For Tickets: www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1905396

HarborLights Theatre Company presents: You’re Perfect, I Love You, Now Change

ILYYPNCThrough May 19th! 

This hilarious, long running Off-Broadway show celebrates the contemporary conundrum, “the relationship.” Starring cast members from the Off-Broadway production, the show is being directed by Ryan McKinney, who supervised the National Tour. In its twelve year Off-Broadway run, I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change played more than 5000 performances. The Newark Star Ledger called it “Seinfeld set to music,” and the New YorkPost called it “a battle of the heterosexes.” This show is perfect for groups or Date Night. Karyn Quackenbush (Imaginary Friends; Blood Brothers; Annie Get Your Gun; Love, Loss and What I Wore) a veteran of the Off Broadway run of ILYYPNC, is set to star.

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Parking is FREE at Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden Accessibility   The Harbor Lights Theater Company and Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden are committed to making all performances accessible for all visitors. Contact Beth Gittleman for special seating assignments for patrons in wheelchairs.

Staten Island Actor Lands Starring Role

Local Staten Island  actor George Morafetis can be seen in the upcoming release of PEARL. Jersey City talents Guy Patton  and Dana Patton wrote the screenplay for the action-thriller film PEARL.  Directed by Guy and starring Dana Patton, the film also stars Scott Michael Morales,  Justin Brown, Jeff Kim.

DETECTIVE JOHN WYATT (George Morafetis) A weathered veteran of the Jersey City Police Department, Detective Wyatt has seen more than his share of brutal cases over the years, yet the string of gangland homicides he is investigating feel somehow familiar. Driven to obsession, he re-examines an unsolved case from his past, and his own role in it. What he finds is that he may well be chasing a ghost.

Consumed by a horrific event in her past, a woman is driven to violent retribution, and soon discovers that there can be no getting even. Her only ally: a meth-making genius who manipulates her for her own ends, while she wages a vigilante campaign against a powerful drug lord and his thug army. A detective, investigating a series of grisly homicides, begins to uncover the truth about her, and the role he himself played in her origins. But can he find her in time to stop the killing, and to save her from herself?

The movie was produced by Guy and Dana Patton and John Kingman. 

We’ll be back to let you know the release date and details! In the meantime, remember it’s “Never. Even.”! View the trailer here!