Friday, June 29, 2012

Deuteranomaly Nominated for 5 PCTF Awards!

The nominees for The Planet Connection Theatre Festivity Awards were posted yesterday, and we're delighted to report that the Deuteranomaly production team has been nominated for FIVE awards!

  • Outstanding Overall Production of an Entire Evening of One-Acts/Paired Productions - Adapting and Deuteranomaly

  • Outstanding Playwriting Short Form - Jessica Fleitman
  • Outstanding Direction Short Form - Paula D'Alessandris
  • Outstanding Actor in a One-Act Production - Vinnie Penna for the role of Allen
  • Vinnie Penna, nominee for "Outstanding Actor."
    And really, who's surprised? Look at that punim!
  • Outstanding Postcard - Deuteranomaly
"Outstanding Postcard" nominee, designed by Chris Espiritu

We are thrilled to have had such a successful run, and we're honored that PCTF has chosen to recognize Deuteranomaly in this way! We will be attending the Awards Ceremony on July 29th... wish us many broken legs!

Congratulations to all of our fellow nominees; we can't wait to celebrate with you! Click here to see a complete list of the nominees.

Thursday, June 21, 2012

Final Show TOMORROW, June 22 at 4:30 PM!

Deuteranomaly takes its final bow tomorrow, June 22nd at 4:30 pm. We can't believe how time has flown! If you haven't yet made it down to the Bleecker Street Theatre, we hope you can join us for the conclusion of this wonderful run!

Tickets are still available here or can be purchased at the door (just remember, no late seating allowed!).

Dee Dee Friedman* as Leah and Vinnie Penna* as Allen

Thank you so much to everyone who's come out to support our production of Deuteranomaly! We couldn't do this without you!

*Courtesy AEA

Friday, June 15, 2012

See DEUTERANOMALY with Dad this Father's Day!

Did you know that both Deuteranomaly and Adapting (the other one-act with which we're sharing a bill) feature characters who are fathers? It's true!

If you're looking for a more creative gift than a necktie this Father's Day, bring Dad down to the Bleecker Street Theatre on Sunday, June 17th for our 1:00 pm performance! He will laugh. He will relate. And he will be proud to call you his son/daughter.*

"Thanks for the necktie, son, but I really wish you'd
bought us tickets to Deuteranomaly instead. I'm quite
disappointed in you."

Click here for tickets. And a happy early Father's Day to all the fantastic dads out there from the entire cast and crew of Deuteranomaly!

*We cannot guarantee this. The ball's kind of in your court on this one.

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Our PCTF Page, New Production Stills, and More!

We've been enjoying a fantastic run of Deuteranomaly: A One-Act in Two Parts. We're so grateful for our amazing and enthusiastic audiences! If you enjoyed the show, feel free to "like" it and rate it on our official Planet Connections Theatre Festivity page... you can even post a comment and/or review (just scroll to the very bottom)!

If you haven't made it down to the Bleecker Street Theatre yet, no worries... you still have two chances to see the show: Sunday, June 17th at 1:00 pm and Friday, June 22nd at 4:30 pm. Visit our tickets page to learn more!

In the mean time, enjoy some brand new pictures of our amazing cast working their magic!

"Why is it that only old ladies get injured in your
hypothetical scenarios?"
(Vinnie Penna* and Dee Dee Friedman*)
"I hate when people call it the Old Testament.
Makes it sound... old."
(Vinnie Penna* and Dee Dee Friedman*)
"I don't know how to miss her in front of other people."
(David J Goldberg* and Erika Lee)
"You want to enter a hidden world?"
(David J. Goldberg* and Erika Lee)

"Would he have hated me?"
(David J. Goldberg* and Erika Lee)

"I have nothing to say to you. You're dead."
(David J. Goldberg* and Vinnie Penna*)
The Greenbergs: Leah, David, and Allen.
(Dee Dee Friedman*, David J. Goldberg*, and Vinnie Penna*)

"What do you see?"
(Dee Dee Friedman* and Vinnie Penna*)

 *Appearing courtesy AEA

 What are you waiting for? Get your tickets to Deuteranomaly: A One-Act in Two Parts today!

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Deuteranomaly in THE JEWISH WEEK!

Exciting news: The Jewish Week has written a feature story on Deuteranomaly: A One-Act in Two Parts! Click here to read Ted Merwin's article about the show, titled "Jews and Hues."

And when you're done reading, be sure to head over to our "Tickets" page to reserve your spot for one of our four remaining performances: June 7th @ 4:00 pm, June 11th @ 6:00 pm, June 17th @ 1:00 pm, and June 22nd at 4:30 pm!

Friday, June 1, 2012

Pictures from Opening Night!

"I've always wondered if we see things the same, or if
we only think we do."
(Vinnie Penna* and Dee Dee Friedman*)

Deuteranomaly had a fantastic opening night and we were able to grab some fabulous production stills! Peruse them at your leisure, enjoy how good-looking and talented everyone appears to be, and then head to our TICKETS page so you can confirm in person how good-looking and talented everyone is by reserving your seat for one of our five remaining performances (including one tomorrow, June 2nd, at 10:00 PM!).

For the full album of production stills, visit Mind the Gap Theatre's Flickr page by clicking here. See below for some of our favorite shots from the show!

David (David J. Goldberg*) lights a candle and reads a thing.
Allen and Leah share a moment.
(Vinnie Penna* and Dee Dee Friedman*)
Cass and David (Erika Lee and David J. Goldberg*) get cozy.
David and Cass do not see eye to eye. Literally.
(David J. Goldberg* and Erika Lee)
Greenberg family reunion.
(David J. Goldberg*, Dee Dee Friedman*, & Vinnie Penna*)
"Close your eyes!"
(Dee Dee Friedman* and David J. Goldberg*)
*Appearing courtesy AEA

Deuteranomaly OPENS TONIGHT in PCTF!

The night you've been awaiting with bated breath is finally here, folks... Deuteranomaly: A One-Act in Two Parts officially kicks off its six-performance run TONIGHT at 5:30 PM in the Planet Connections Theatre Festivity at the Bleecker Street Theatre!

The Deut Troop has been working hard and we can't wait to share this colorful comedy of Jews and hues with an audience! We hope to see you there!

To purchase tickets for tonight or for the rest of the run, click a performance date below:

45 Bleecker Street, New York, NY 10012
Conveniently located near:
Bleecker St (4 & 6)
Broadway – Lafayette St (B, D, F, M)
Prince St (N, R)