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Fridays on Ice
Hosted by Marina & Nicco
Friday, July 28, 2017 at 10:00PM
New Ohio Theatre
154 Christopher Street
Buzz 1 + 5 + Enter to enter from sidewalk
Between Greenwich and Washington Streets
1 to Christopher Street; A,C,E,B,D,F to West 4th Street, PATH to Christopher
Part of Ice Factory 2017
PLEASE NOTE THE 10 PM START TIME
All New Yorkers know the odd anonymous territory of riding the subway -- surrounded by millions of people you know nothing about. For a moment, underground, we exist with the strangers around us in the in-between. Marina & Nicco invite some of their favorite writers to daydream about these strangers and who they are once they've left the closing doors behind.
+ With guests Madalyn Baldanzi, Luke Burns (The New Yorker, UCB) , Georgie Aldaco (Whale Thief, The Onion), Jon Bershad (MTV, Above Average), Zhailon Levingston (Words on white), Jason Shebiro (SiriusXM Radio, MTV)
Marina and Nicco are TV/screen-writers and comedic playwrights based in New York. As the duo "Marina & Nicco" their work has been featured in The New Yorker's "Shorts and Murmurs," on Comedy Central, and Funny or Die, and on Morgan Spurlock’s Call Bullshit-- in addition to their regular live shows at major comedy theaters in New York. They co-wrote the feature film "Delusions of Guinevere," which was called “sly and smart" by The New York Times. They have also written several pilots, a radio play series ("MURDER!"), and a number of one-act plays. They recently completed a six-month playwriting residency at The Peoples Improv Theater, for which they wrote and produced new plays each month. Of these plays, Room 4 was a New York Times critic's pick and received numerous glowing reviews, another Unpacking: A Ghost Story Told in the Dark will be produced at HERE Arts in July and August of 2017
Fridays on Ice is Ice Factory's late night performance salon. Featuring artists creating work not usually seen in downtown theatre spaces, but more typically found in nightclubs, bars, and private apartments, each evening is individually hosted by an impresario of this alternative storytelling community, and features cutting-edge micro-works by some of NYC’s cagiest short-form theater-makers.