Archive for May, 2014

Meet the Cast of JANUARY!

Wednesday, May 14th, 2014
The second production in our first-ever two-premiere season, Cori Thomas’s When January Feels Like Summer, starts in just two weeks! We’re co-producing Cori’s New York debut with our friends at the Ensemble Studio Theatre.

Both Page 73 and EST have been working with Cori for years in our development programs (including Interstate 73 – come see our next reading tomorrow!), and we echo Cori’s sentiment from a recent interview: “It thrills me that my two artistic homes, EST and Page 73, are co-producing When January Feels Like Summer.” Read the full interview with Cori here!

To celebrate our two-premiere season, we’re offering a big discount!

50% off: $15 tickets for all performances when purchased before May 28!


Join us for Becca Schlossberg’s Interstate 73 reading!

Monday, May 12th, 2014



Dear Friends,

We are thrilled for our next Interstate 73 reading of the year on May 15: Becca Schlossberg’s All We Are, directed by Moritz von Stuelpnagel. We can’t wait to introduce you to this talented playwright!





by Becca Schlossberg
directed by Moritz von Stuelpnagel

with Dashiell Eaves, Carmen Zilles,
and Frankie Alvarez

Thursday, May 15 at 7PM
ART/NY Spaces @ 520
520 8th Ave, 3rd Floor
Bruce Mitchell Room

Tate may only be 24, but she’s already spent years working as one of Manhattan’s best drug dealers, thanks to her charming older mentor Jackson. When her boyfriend proposes, Tate’s desire for a new life forces her to pull away from the only career and father figure she has ever known. Among painful revelations and betrayals, Tate learns the price of breaking free and the cost of survival. All We Are looks at a generation trying to rise to the height of their ambitions, and the perpetual uncertainty of the climb.
Becca Schlossberg’s plays have been performed throughout the U.S. and abroad: Guidance, Cal & Grey, All We Are, Hands, Punches, 3boys, Just Like I Wanted, The Secrets of Aiden Brooks, Merrily³, The Marvels and Wonders of 1001 Nights, and Where Did the Bees Go. She is a three time recipient of the Robert Fischer Oxnam Award in Playwriting in conjunction with Ensemble Studio Theatre. She is also the co-founder and associate artistic director of Sunglasses After Dark Productions. She happily resides in Brooklyn, NY. BA: Drew University; MFA: The New School for Drama.