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Several plays by Ed that have appeared in FringeNYC and Frigid have been selected for the online collection Indie Theater Now from New York Theatre Experience! Óscar Tango-Bravo was selected for the Plays and Playwrights anthology!
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And to hear the New York Theatre Experience podcast about the early days of FringeNYC, with Ed among the participants, click here.
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#1:"Father Christmas", 10 minute monologue starring Michael Bordwell
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Performed as part of Testogenius 2010, the Father's Day showcase at Manhattan Theatre Source.
The Spontaneous Combustion Anthology, featuring 55 plays (4 by Ed), is now available. Please see the Books page.
"Generic Magic Realism" returns for United Solo Festival 2015! Congratulations to Nat Cassidy, a 2013 New York Innovative Theatre Awards nominee for Outstanding Solo Performance in Temerity Theatre Company's previous production of the show!!!
"The Addicts" is a new dark comedy written by Ed Malin, directed by Janet Bentley.
The Jewish Supporters of Christ realize they have no black people, and start knocking on different doors. A Minister and a Jew of Color figure out that they knew, and loved, each other in the past. Meanwhile, Canada becomes a belligerent superpower while the U.S.A. chills out and learns how to love. Why do we make radical life changes, and does anything change?
The show features David Bonfim, Ashlee Danielle, Daniel Deutsch, Wesli Spencer, Gonçalo Ruivo, Ross Shenker, Daniela Thome, and Ariel Zuckerman. Our crew includes: Sarah Chichester (Assistant Director and Dramaturg), Lauren Arneson (Stage Manager), Mark Marcante & Lytza Colon (Scenic Design), Alexander Bartenieff (Lighting Design), Andy Evan Cohen (Sound Design), Hope Governali (Costume Design), Martin Boersma (Fight Choreography), Kristina Leath-Malin (Graphic Design), Al Foote III (Photography).
This production is registered with the
New York Innovative Theatre Awards.
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For the Indie Theater Now Conversation about this show, click here.
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