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ManhattanTheatreSource presents
EstroGenius Summer Sampler
get set for the Source's celebration of female voices
Friday, July 8, 2011 at 8:00PM

Manhattan Theatre Source
177 MacDougal Street (b/w Waverly & W8th)
New York, NY 10011
(1 block north of Washington Square Park)
A/C/E, or B/D/F/V to W. 4th St.

New York

Can't wait until October for your EstroGenius ( http://www.estrogenius.org) fix?

Want to find out what the festival is all about?

Come check the Estro Summer Sampler, July 6-8th, showcasing past performances and excerpts from Women in Motion, Sola Voce, and the Short Plays plus a special surprise guest performance each evening and pre-show music on our Windowbox Stage!

A great smorgasbord of theatre!

featuring:

Short Play
G Train Exodus
The story of a failed artist who tries to leave New York City forever, and the subway train that won't let her go. A tale of transformation and transportation. written by Jessica Fleitman
directed by Havilah Imfeld
starring Seth Andrew Bridges and Megan Linde

Women in Motion
"Ilse" choreographed and performed by Anne Zuerner, a short dance with lights and groceries created and premiered for Women in Motion 2010
and
“Below," choreographed by Amber Sloan and performed by Matthew Rogers and Sloan, is a roiling duet composed of restless rocking. Resembling two bodies tossing and turning in bed, the dancers cross the stage in a series of systematic folds, weaving in and around each other through interlocking patterns. As the piece evolves, the tension turns from harmonious to discordant, eventually leaving the pair in a tangled web of fervor.

Sola Voce
excerpt from:
Scared Skinny: a one (hundred pound lighter) woman show
written & performed by Mary Dimino
Fat kids playing with Ouija boards. Perverted Grandmothers. Mutant genitalia. Boyfriends trying to off themselves in Mister Softee Trucks. What in God's name? Weight was not the only thing she had to lose. Growing up flabby, funny and afraid in an Italian family from Queens. Come, laugh your fat off.


And don't forget to come back on Saturday July 9th for EstroGenius-in-Progress where the audience gets to choose one of the plays that will be produced in this fall's festival!