Shows are presented Mondays
from 2 – 4pm

Location: The Coffee House Club
20 W 44th St #601
New York, NY 10036

For tickets or more information:

CALL: 646-366-9340

EMAIL: info@foodforthoughtproductions.com

 

The Wisdom of Eve Part 2

by Mary Orr

will be presented on October 21st
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Blind Date 

by Horton Foote 

will be presented on November 4th
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The Dumb Waiter

by Harold Pinter

will be presented on November 25th
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TBA

will be presented on December 9th
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Miss Julie*

by August Strindberg

will be presented on December 16th
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 *Pending approval

(Plays and cast are subject to change)


Past Performances: 

A View From The Bridge

by Arthur Miller

directed by Antony Marsellis

Starring:

Jeremy Beck, Serena Berman, Kit Flanagan,

Stephen Schnetzer, Charles Turner,

and Jacob Waldron

March 18th

SOLD OUT

  A scene from a television marriage–

with Louise Lasser and Greg Mullavey

from “Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman”  

&

I’m Herbert*

by Robert Anderson

directed by Antony Marsellis

Starring: Bob Dishy and Louise Lasser

                                                            

&

A Commercial Break

&

My Doctor, The Box

by Peter Stone

directed by Bob Dishy

Starring: Bob Dishy and Judy Graubrat


( Bob Dishy and Judith Ivey in Brighton Beach Memoirs.) 

(Judy Graubrat and Hattie Winston in The Electric Company)

April 1st

A Slight Ache

by Harold Pinter

directed by Antony Marsellis

Starring

Penny Fuller     &   Tony Roberts
       

April 15th

Statements After An Arrest Under

The Immorality Act

by Athol Fugard

South Africa in the 1960’s provides the backdrop of this startling play. The title, Statements After An Arrest Under The Immorality Act forewarns the audience.
The immorality act of 1957 prohibits sex between races. A bright flash goes off six times in the play, capturing and trapping two lovers, a black man and a white woman.
Real-life photographs inspired Athol Fugard to write this powerful play.

&

Did You Know My Husband?

by Susan Charlotte

“Do you know what it takes to get rid of a dead body? To cremate it?… It takes a litre of petrol and 20 minutes.
Now, six million of them? They (the Germans) did not have the gas to do it. That’s why they lost the war… It’s all–maybe not all fiction–but most of it is.”
These words, spoken by Hutton Gibson, Mel Gibson’s father, inspired Susan Charlotte’s play which deals with two lovers.

directed by Antony Marsellis

Starring:

LeLand Gantt & Gayton Scott

                                                                      

May 6th

A Cheever Evening Part 1

by A.R. Gurney

directed by Antony Marsellis

Starring:

Audrey Meyer and Stephen Schnetzer

                                                                             

June 3rd, 2pm – 4pm

A Cheever Evening Part 2

by A.R. Gurney

June 10th

The Wisdom of Eve Part 1

by Mary Orr

September 23rd