Questionable Content

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Tickets will be available on the Endtimes Productions website. Please come and support our first show! We're certainly looking forward to it.

CO-OP THEATRE EAST ANNOUNCES INAUGURAL ONE-ACT FESTIVAL
QUESTIONABLE CONTENT

Performances: September 18th-21st at 7:00 pm; matinee performances on September 20th and 21st at 2:00pm; EndTimes Underground @ the Gene Frankel Theater, 24 Bond Street, NYC 10012 (b/w Lafayette & Bowery); http://www.endtimesproductions.org

Co-Op Theatre East is proud to announce its inaugural one-act play festival, "Questionable Content", to debut in downtown Manhattan at the EndTimes Underground @ the Gene Frankel Theatre in September. The festival will feature six plays by emerging playwrights from around the United States, including:

- Absolutes by Craig Abernethy,
- Urashima Taro by Francesca Sanders,
- Hijab by Catherine Rush,
- There is No Dash by R. Harrington,
- Been Laden with Terrorette's Syndrome by Wayne K. Greenwell, and
- Building A Better Mousetrap by Scott McMorrow.

Chosen from hundreds of submissions, these exciting plays address current socio-political issues and religious intolerance and prison torture to living in a security-obsessed world.
Performances begin at 7 p.m., September 18th-21st, with 2 p.m. matinees on September 20th & 21st. All tickets are $15, and can be purchased through the EndTimes website at http://www.endtimesproductions.org/.

The one-acts of Questionable Content are directed by recent Performance Studies graduates from Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, Casey Cleverly, Beth Elkins, Robert A. K. Gonyo, and Ashley Marinaccio. The ensemble includes:

Jessica Ayers, Michelle K. Crush, Anthony Ferriso, Loren Ferriso, Sheira Feuerstein, Kim Fischer, Alex Herrald, Nik Kourtis, Sarah Nichols, Nneoma Nkuku, Trina Mar Shumsonk, Adia Tucker, Jeffrey Winthrop, and Rasha Zamamiri.

Founded in April of 2008, the Co-Op Theatre East (COTE) believes in the power of art to foster a dialogue for social change. COTE provides an entertaining performance forum in which to ask evocative, challenging questions of artists and audiences on our way to creating collaborative answers. For more information on Co-Op Theatre East, please visit www.myspace.com/cooptheatreeast.

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