Kelley Rae O'Donnell

 
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Dairyland

By Heidi Armbruster

Directed by Dominic D’Andrea

Tuesday, September 16 @7pm

The week of September 15-21, The Red Fern Theatre Co. will host as many readings of new plays as they possibly can in their home down at the 14th Street Y. 

To reserve tickets, email tickets@redferntheatre.org.

Reading starts at 7pm and will be held at the Theater at the 14th Street Y located at 344 East 14th Street on the 2nd floor. NYC.

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See Kelley in:

The Blueprint Project 
Plays by Johnna Adams, J. Holtham, Dan Kois, and Mariah MacCarthy
Directed by Heather Cohn, John Hurley, Mikell Kober, and Jordana Williams

Featuring Hanna Cheek*, Curran Connor*, Mary Hodges, Daryl Lathon*, Catherine McNelis*, Kelley Rae O&#8217;Donnell*, Lori E. Parquet*, Anna Rahn*, Moira Stone*, Sara Thigpen*, Jennifer Tsay, and Sean Williams
(*these actors are appearing courtesy of Actors&#8217; Equity Association)

Stage managed by Nikki Castle
Lighting design by Jennifer Linn Wilcox
Sound design by Jeanne E. Travis
Costume design by Amanda Jenks
Props/special effects by Stephanie Cox-Williams

Shows Weds 5/21-Sat 5/24 at 8pm, and Sunday 5/25 at 3pm.
At The Secret Theatre, 44-02&#160;23rd Street in LIC
Running time: 90 minutes, including 1 intermission.

See Kelley in:

The Blueprint Project
Plays by Johnna Adams, J. Holtham, Dan Kois, and Mariah MacCarthy
Directed by Heather Cohn, John Hurley, Mikell Kober, and Jordana Williams

Featuring Hanna Cheek*, Curran Connor*, Mary Hodges, Daryl Lathon*, Catherine McNelis*, Kelley Rae O’Donnell*, Lori E. Parquet*, Anna Rahn*, Moira Stone*, Sara Thigpen*, Jennifer Tsay, and Sean Williams
(*these actors are appearing courtesy of Actors’ Equity Association)

Stage managed by Nikki Castle
Lighting design by Jennifer Linn Wilcox
Sound design by Jeanne E. Travis
Costume design by Amanda Jenks
Props/special effects by Stephanie Cox-Williams

Shows Weds 5/21-Sat 5/24 at 8pm, and Sunday 5/25 at 3pm.
At The Secret Theatre, 44-02 23rd Street in LIC
Running time: 90 minutes, including 1 intermission.

“——-> Take up one idea. Make that one idea your life – think of it, dream of it, live on idea. Let the brain, muscles, nerves, every part of your body be full of that idea, and just leave every other idea alone. This is the way to success.”

— Swami Vivekananda -
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New York Magazine shout out. Labyrinth Theater Company. Pulitzer Fest. Happening now! FREE THIS WEEKEND! Catch Kelley in these readings:

Saturday, April 12th at 9pm::
NO PLACE TO BE SOMEBODY
by Charles Gordone
Written in 1969, NO PLACE TO BE SOMEBODY was inspired by playwright Charles Gordone’s employment as a bartender in Greenwich Village. The play received the 1970 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Gordone’s Pulitzer signified two “firsts”: he was the first African American playwright to receive a Pulitzer, and the play was the first off-Broadway play to receive the award.
Written over the course of seven years, the play explores racial tensions in a Civil Rights-era story about a black bartender who tries to outsmart a white mobster syndicate.

Sunday, April 13th at 12noon::
THE EFFECT OF GAMMA RAYS ON MAN-IN-THE-MOON MARIGOLDS
by Paul Zindel
Winner of the 1971 Pulitzer Prize, the play revolves around the dysfunctional family consisting of single mother Beatrice and her two daughters, Ruth and Tillie, who try to cope with their madhouse of a home. Beatrice is bitter and cruel, yet desperate for her daughters’ love. Ruth suffers epileptic fits and sneaks cigarettes every chance she gets. In the midst of chaos, Tillie struggles to keep her focus and dreams alive.

Sunday, April 13th at 9pm::
YOU CAN&#8217;T TAKE IT WITH YOU
by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart
Winner of the 1937 Pulitzer Prize, the play can be quickly described as a comedy about a madcap family. It is, however, beneath its very funny surface, a meditation on the problems of individuality, conformity, and the ways in which one decides to live one’s life.

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New York Magazine shout out. Labyrinth Theater Company. Pulitzer Fest. Happening now! FREE THIS WEEKEND! Catch Kelley in these readings:

Saturday, April 12th at 9pm::
NO PLACE TO BE SOMEBODY
by Charles Gordone
Written in 1969, NO PLACE TO BE SOMEBODY was inspired by playwright Charles Gordone’s employment as a bartender in Greenwich Village. The play received the 1970 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Gordone’s Pulitzer signified two “firsts”: he was the first African American playwright to receive a Pulitzer, and the play was the first off-Broadway play to receive the award.
Written over the course of seven years, the play explores racial tensions in a Civil Rights-era story about a black bartender who tries to outsmart a white mobster syndicate.

Sunday, April 13th at 12noon::
THE EFFECT OF GAMMA RAYS ON MAN-IN-THE-MOON MARIGOLDS
by Paul Zindel
Winner of the 1971 Pulitzer Prize, the play revolves around the dysfunctional family consisting of single mother Beatrice and her two daughters, Ruth and Tillie, who try to cope with their madhouse of a home. Beatrice is bitter and cruel, yet desperate for her daughters’ love. Ruth suffers epileptic fits and sneaks cigarettes every chance she gets. In the midst of chaos, Tillie struggles to keep her focus and dreams alive.

Sunday, April 13th at 9pm::
YOU CAN’T TAKE IT WITH YOU
by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart
Winner of the 1937 Pulitzer Prize, the play can be quickly described as a comedy about a madcap family. It is, however, beneath its very funny surface, a meditation on the problems of individuality, conformity, and the ways in which one decides to live one’s life.

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