Out and About, Early December

When your play closes
the job transposes
to seeing other folks showses
(everyone knows this)
So, here we goeses!*

-Ken Glickfeld’s in Israel Horovitz’s Scrooge and Marley at Barefoot Theatre Company.

Conni’s Avant Garde Restaurant returns to the Bushwick Starr December 18th, 19th and 20th (and have you read her must-read post about restaurants and theatre?)

-Sound Designer Asa Wember has a new project, 13P’s production of Julia Jarcho’s American Treasure, closing this weekend so get on it!

-The Production Company got a huge thumbs up from trusted theatre-goer Sean Williams for their production of Meg’s New Friend by Blair Singer, now through December 20th.

-Heidi Handelsman directs Erin Mallon in Brilliant Traces (no doubt, brilliantly)

-Michael Swartz and Zack Calhoon star in the Christmas WWI play, In The Fields Where They Lay. I’ve heard rumor that Michael will be singing, which is not something you want to miss.

-The Flea’s production of The Great Recession features The Bats AND those playwrights who sit at The Cool Table. They might just let you sit with them…but you’ll have to see the show.

-The ever daring folks at Working Man’s Clothes are staging Chisa Hutchinson’s She Likes Girls

-And it wouldn’t be an Out and About without something inventively playful festival at The Brick: Fight Fest looks fierce, and features pals from Piper McKenzie doing Craven Monkey and the Mountain of Fury. Now that’s a mugful of eggnog for you.

So what did I miss? What are you excited to see in between shopping?
*Sorry for that

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