ANNOUNCING PAGE 73's

2016-17 SEASON

2016-17 marks the first full season produced by Page 73's expanded leadership team

Founding Director Asher Richelli
Founding Director Liz Jones
Producing Artistic Director Michael Walkup
Managing Director Jenny Lagundino

Read more about the staffing expansion in  American Theater Magazine 

Welcome to our newest full-time team member, Management Associate Caitlin Bryson! Check out Caitlin's bio  here , where you can also read more about each of Page 73's leaders.

PRESENTING TWO PREMIERES

As with every Page 73 production, both are the professional playwriting debuts in New York City for the playwrights.

Tickets won't be on sale for another month, and when we release them, they go fast! The only way to secure your spot to both premieres now is by joining our  Family Table  membership program.

October 25 - November 19

PAGE 73 PRESENTS THE WORLD PREMIERE OF

Ultimate Beauty Bible


by Page 73's 2016 Tow Foundation Playwright-in-Residence

Caroline V. McGraw


directed by

Stephen Brackett

(Buyer & Cellar, Be More Chill)

at the NEW OHIO THEATRE
154 Christopher St., New York, NY 10014


TICKETS ON SALE SOON
or join the  FAMILY TABLE 

Danielle, Lee, and Tiffany have scaled the masthead of Crimp magazine, gaining access to the best the city has to offer—nightlife, men, and the beautiful baubles showcased in every issue. But when workaholic Danielle is forced to face her mortality, she begins to wonder what it's all worth. In this dark comedy, questions of romance, sex, ambition, and loyalty spin Danielle and her friends out of control as they consider the possibility of life without each other.

January 11 - February 13

PAGE 73 AND RATTLESTICK PLAYWRIGHTS THEATER PRESENT THE NEW YORK PREMIERE OF

Orange Julius


by

BASIL KREIMENDAHL


directed by

DUSTIN WILLS

(O, Earth; Awful Event!)

at the RATTLESTICK PLAYWRIGHTS THEATER
224 Waverly Place, New York, NY 10014


TICKETS ON SALE THIS FALL
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Nut grew up in 1980s and 90s working-class America the youngest child of Julius, a Vietnam vet suffering the toxic effects of Agent Orange. As Julius’s health fades, Nut begins paging through forgotten photo albums and acting out old war movies about brothers-in-arms, leaping through time and memory to trace the complex intimacy between father and child, fighting for a mutual recognition before it’s too late.