Friday, March 29th, 7pm

A FREE One-Night Only Reading Event Of

“The Last Days Of Judas Iscariot” by Stephen Adly Guirgis

In the sanctuary of St. George’s Episcopal Church at 7 Rutherford Place in Manhattan

Directed by Kimille Howard, the excellent cast features Ethan Hova, Kevin Mambo, Rosa Arredondo, Rachel Ticotin, Rajesh Bose, Gregg Mozgala, Chris Domig, James Yaegashi, Anthony Ruiz, Kamel Boutros and more to come...


Sea Dog Theater presents



APRIL 25th - MAY 19th

61 Gramercy Park North NYC

THE RARE BIOSPHERE is a timely, relevant, and powerful new play inspired by real-life immigration conflicts happening on a daily basis in this country. Given our current polarized political climate, it is easy to forget that behind these “political issues” are real people whose stories matter, and must be told. Sea Dog Theater, whose mission is to shine a light on stories of alienation and reconciliation, has the incredible opportunity to bring to life one such story with this world premiere.

The production stars Natalia Plaza as Sophie and Zac Owens as Steven.
The production features scenic and lighting design by Guy De Lancey, and costume design by Emily White. Tye Hunt Fitzgerald (White Noise) is the sound designer and Harrison Corthell is the stage manager.


Friday, January 18th — “Constellations” by Nick Payne

Friday, December 14th — “A Christmas Tapestry”

Saturday, November 17th — “An Evening of Art, Words, & Music”

Friday, October 19th — "The Office Party" by Václav Havel

Friday, September 21st — “The (Almost) Unforgettable Edwin Booth” by Don Chaffer

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