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Letters To Zoey

Today’s podcast features a new United Solo artist! You may have noticed him sitting in front of the New York Public Library with a sign that says, “Meet The Author”. What is this about? We took a trip to find out about Garrett Buhl Robinson as he brings his voice from the streets to the stage with a musical twist in “Letters To Zoey”. Stay Tuned!



In the middle of the night, Weldon Keyes jumps on a coal train and leaps into his rite of passage. Wandering through the country, he composes letters and songs to his friend Zoey. Through his travels, he realizes what he felt was lacking in his life and what he desperately seeks to find, is what he left behind.






Long Ago and Far Away

Experimental theater is alive and well in Philadelphia. REP RADIO alum, Hank Curry, brought his latest to our attention and he had to sit down to discuss how this piece of art would take place in a Row Home. Stay Tuned.


Tracking the saga of the human condition from the dawn of time to the end of the world, can two actors tell the complete story of human history within the confines of a Philadelphia Row Home? Join us on a journey through time and story, from the first man and woman to the last, as we tell the epic, intimate, romantic, and ridiculous true fairy tale of the human race.

Approx. 45 mins

Friday April 17 – 8:00 PM
Saturday April 18 – 8:00 PM
Sunday April 19 – 8:00 PM

Where: 6th and Snyder, South Philly

For specific address and to reserve tickets, contact Steph Iozzia at [email protected]

Seating is limited, please reserve in advance.
Pay what you can.


Lovely day for “A Walk In The Woods” with KEEN!

On today’s podcast we return to Theater Row to catch up with KEEN COMPANY Artistic Director, Jonathan Silverstein to open the 15th Anniversay season with Lee Blessing’s A WALK IN THE WOODS. Stay Tuned!



Lee Blessing’s drama – a finalist for the 1987 Pulitzer Prize – is an absorbing and revealing debate on the hope and futility of high-stakes politics. Two superpower arms negotiators — one a cynical Russian veteran and the other an idealistic American newcomer — meet informally in the woods after long, frustrating hours at the bargaining table. A Walk in the Woods is a surprisingly humorous and timely story of the politics that divide us and the humanity that unites us.

Featuring: Kathleen Chalfant and Paul Niebanck

Directed by Jonathan Silverstein

Performance Schedule:
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at 7PM
Fridays at 8PM
Saturdays at 2PM and 8PM
Sundays at 3PM

The Clurman Theatre at Theatre Row
410 West 42nd Street (b/t 9th and 10th)
New York, NY 10036

For tickets call Telecharge at 212-239-6200
Or head to http://www.telecharge.com/Off-Broadway/A-Walk-in-the-Woods/Overview

If you would like to subscribe to Keen Company’s 15th season head to http://keencompany.org/subscribe/index.shtml


A little “Something Something Uber Alles”

On Today’s podcast, we explore the life of a Hitler lookalike, two gay pastry chefs and the Queens-bound F Train. Matthew Glass performs SOMETHING SOMETHING UBER ALLES. Stay Tuned!



A dark comedy about a present-day Hitler lookalike who is abducted by two gay pastry chefs. Soon, they make him the idol of a Hitler-worshipping cult in a cathedral below the Queens-bound F Train. Playwright Assurbanipal Babilla was forced to flee Iran because of his controversial writing. In 2006, he was awarded a Hellman/Hammett grant in recognition of his courage in the face of political persecution. Playwright: Assurbanipal Babilla. Director: Michael Yawney. Photo by Tibi Tibi Neuspiel.

United Solo™ is a New York-based company dedicated to the genre of one-person performance. Our goal is to present solo pieces, both local and international; discover original scripts; bring creators together; exchange perspectives; assemble performers, companies, and institutions, as well as other activities related to solo performance. We believe the single person on stage gives us the opportunity to connect and focus on the uniqueness of human being. Through the exploration of existential themes, solo artists reflect upon political, sexual, economical, religious, and social diversity. This diversity unites us all in a constellation of unique solos.


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