New York Deaf Theatre's programs are supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.

New York Deaf Theatre's programs are made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.   

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© 2018 NEW YORK DEAF THEATRE

NYDT PRESENTS:

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Credit: Joan Joel (Design),

WRITTEN BY

Rich Orloff

DIRECTED BY

James Caverly

CAST

FEMALE

Raquel McPeek

VOICE

Lora Heller

MALE 

Robert Parcells Jr.

VOICE

Forrest Weber*

creative team

PRODUCTION mANAGER

Shira Harris

stage manager

Vianna Joan*

Line Producer

Jazzy Davis

Asst. stage manager

Karen Li

Costume Designer

Ksenia Trukhina

Director of Artistic Sign Language (DASL)

JW Guido

lighting Designer

David d’Olimpio

Original Music and Sound Design

Max Silverman

*these Actors are appearing courtesy of Actors' Equity Association

PROJECTION Designer

Gregory Casparian

props Designer

Courtney Kupferschmidt

Scenic Designer

Jonathan Mesich

VOICE COACH

Dana Zolli

DATES

March 7 - March 21st

Times

3pm

Sat — Sun

7pm

Wed — Sat
 

NO INTERMISSION

LOCATION

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TICKET price

$35

20 Thomas St, New York

www.theflea.org

Story

Romantic Fools consists of 10 two-character comedies examining love, lust, dating, and romance -- from a date with a caveman (Find Me a Primitive Man) to the joys of dull sex (One Man's Secret Desire) to the surprise frustrations of having a perfect mate (The Stepford Guy). With influences of Monty Python, Saturday Night Live, Jules Feiffer, the Marx Brothers, and classic vaudeville comedy, these sketches vary in style but all celebrate the inherent comedy of male-female relationships.

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COme and enjoy the show!

Online ticket sales close 1.5 hours before show time.  Tickets can be purchased at the door. 

Elevator access is in The Flea Theater.

Contact info@newyorkdeaftheatre.org for requests or assistance.