2011-2012 Season, Boom Artists, First Flight, Indie Theatre Community

More plays, more fun!

FIRST FLIGHT Festival continues with EXTENDED FLIGHTS!
“Make your Connections”


The FIRST FLIGHT New Play Festival continues with the most diverse and exciting lineup of plays we’ve ever had! We’ve added 3 readings in December in what we’re calling “Extended Flights”, making this the largest FIRST FLIGHT Festival ever. Check out all the Extended Flights… 

Monday December 5th at 7:30pm
SEPTEMBER SONG by Ed Schultz, directed by Dennis Deal

A man expecting to pay his respects at a friend’s funeral discovers that the deceased has a lot of life left, along with a lifetime of unresolved issues with his visitor.  With humor and insight we get a surprising and entertaining glimpse into why life is considered a journey.
The Bridge Theatre @ Shetler Studios, 244 W 54th Street, 12th floor, NYC

Monday December 12th at 7:30pm
PRECEDENCE by Michael Champness, directed by Luke Harlan

Fighting depression, a war reporter falls in love with a reclusive writer.  Although wary of the consequences, she is uncontrollably drawn to this mutually self-destructive relationship.
ART/NY, 520 Eighth Avenue, 3rd floor, NYC

Monday Dec 19th at 7:30pm
THE FIREBIRD by Tim Errickson, directed by Christopher Thomasson

Dan comes home to the Brooklyn neighborhood of his youth with a mission: to stop his best friend Ricky from destroying himself.  Ricky thinks he’s the prince of the block, despite a looming debt and a creeping sense of danger all around. Pride, love, lust, and memory challenge whether either of them can outrun the fate coming to them.
ART/NY, 520 Eighth Avenue, 3rd floor, NYC

For reservations, please email literary@boomerangtheatre.org. Donations of $5 per reading are suggested.

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