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Bar 82 closing

Posted in News with tags on March 21, 2013 by coffeeblackproductions

Sad news today. After almost 3 years as our artistic home, Bar 82 is closing as of March 31st. We would like to thank Bar 82, Chloe, and Dan for giving us a home for our company and encourage everyone to run on over and drink until the end of the month.

For the immediate future, the remainder of our 4th season is postponed. Maybe we’ll find a new venue. Maybe we’ll revamp what we do. Maybe we’ll just decide to save money.

In any case, thanks to everyone who came out to one of our shows. Thanks to everyone who has worked with us so far and hopefully we will work with you again soon.

Mike and Carrie
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The Labyrinth

Posted in Productions with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 5, 2012 by coffeeblackproductions

Coffee Black Productions presents:

THE LABYRINTH
commissioned by Coffee Black Productions

Theseus 2.0
by Justin Santory
directed by Meg Grujon
Starring:
Dylan Combs, Brenan Grant, Brian Kilday, JP Politz,
Heather Schroeder & Lisa Sperry

the apples
by Kelsey Arlen
directed by Janis Costa Deedy
Starring:
Peter Giessl, Byron Hagan, Laura Michelle & Melanie Stefan

The Minotaur Goes…
by Alex DeFazio
directed by Bryn Lagoni
Starring:
Josiah DeAndrea, Chelsea Gonzalez, Kenny Metzger,
Jordan Siegel & Michelle Wood

6pm Saturday
November 17, 2012
Bar 82
136 Second Avenue
Manhattan

Three Playwrights, Three Stories, One Timeless Myth.
Three One-Act plays taken from the Classical past. Myth, Legend and Point-of-View collide in one night of theater.

Monologue Van Winkle: an Evening of Time

Posted in News, Productions with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 5, 2011 by coffeeblackproductions

Coffee Black Productions presents:
Monologue Van Winkle

MONOLOGUE VAN WINKLE
an Evening of Time

Directed by Bobbi Masters and Lori Mannette

A Ticket to Paris
by Penny Jackson, performed by Amanda Johnson

Being Reasonable
by Heather Meyer, performed by Victoria Myers

Daily Paper
by Josh McIlvain, performed by Annabelle Beaver

The Fire
by Diana Rosinus, performed by Devon Caraway

Physical Therapy
written and performed by Mike Poblete

Pressure II
by Jason Lasky, performed by Andy Kirtland

Quiet Time
by Craig Abernethy, performed by Nina C. Williams

Sound of Thunder Jr.
by Meredith Hackman, performed by Nina C. Williams

Tempo
by Maximillian Gill, performed by Andy Kirtland

Why Bother?
by Steven Bergman, performed by Meaghan Sloane

4pm Sunday
January 9, 2011
Bar 82
136 Second Avenue
Manhattan

Continuing our successful evenings of monologues. Coffee Black Productions explores Time.

Filthy, Filthy

Posted in News, Productions with tags , , , , , , , , , , on November 2, 2010 by coffeeblackproductions

Coffee Black Productions in association with Queernoir presents:

FILTHY, FILTHY
an evening of classically queer performance

Hosted by Topher Cusumano

10 Reasons Why Uncle Sam Could Never Survive Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell
by Jennifer-Leigh Oprihory, performed by Mark Skrzypczak

Bromance and Missed Connections
written and performed by Marcus Yi

Shroeder’s Last Letter to Lucy
by Jennifer-Leigh Oprihory
performed by Mark Skrzypczak

The Talented Mr. Bowie
by Mike Poblete
performed by Ruth McGowan

Boy from Yogo Monster and What do you do (When you find out you’ve got chlamydia)
written and performed by Marcus Yi

I Fucked Andy Warhol
written and performed by Alithea Howes

4pm Sunday
November 7, 2010
Bar 82
136 Second Avenue
Manhattan

Spoken word, monologues, and scenes, which explore, exaggerate, and enrage gender and sex norms through the lens of classic pop-culture.

Evaporate

Posted in News, Productions with tags , , , , , , , , on September 23, 2010 by coffeeblackproductions

Coffee Black Productions presents:
Evaporate

EVAPORATE
by Carrie Boehm

Directed by Michael Bloom

Starring:
Laurie Berich, Alexander Jordan, Sherry Martinez and Ryan Mikita

 

4pm Sunday
September 26, 2010
Bar 82
136 Second Avenue
Manhattan

 

Two strangers, struggling with the dissolution of their long-term relationships, strike up an unlikely friendship as they find comfort in being with themselves.

Style & Sin: the first annual no-doze festival

Posted in News, Productions with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 20, 2010 by coffeeblackproductions

Coffee Black Productions presents:

Style & Sin

STYLE & SIN
the first annual
no-doze festival

The Altruism of Greed by Mike Poblete
directed by Margaret E. Hall
Starring: Kay Capasso, Kathryn Linder and Sherry Martinez

Eating in Bed by Erin Austin
directed by Bobbi Masters
Starring: Laurie Berich and Tyler Costigan

Envy by Gabrielle Fox
directed by J.J. von Mehren
Starring: Danielle Aversa, Max Hirshberger and Ben Rosenbaum

Moby Dick on a Date by Ashley Kuske
directed by Sarah Simmons
Starring: Andrea Martz, Victoria Myers and Anthony Orneta

Oedipus: The Early Years by Jean Hart
directed by Lauren Reinhardt
Starring: Kerrie Bond and Philip Degaltini

Starlover by Butch D’Ambrosio
directed by Korrie Strodel
Starring: Lori Chandler, Cathy Englade, Nathan Gregorski, Alyssa Northrop and Michael Potsic

Twinspeak by Angela Gant
directed by Hannah Friedman
Starring: Alexander Jordan, Jessica Luck, Jennifer Paul and Ryan Mikita

 

4pm July 25
Bar 82
136 2nd Avenue, New York, NY

 

…Seven deadly sins. Seven styles. Seven one-acts. Join CBP as we end our season with STYLE & SIN, the culminating event in our caffeinated, manic weekend of theatre, at our first Manhattan venue!