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The Starving Artists Series

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 3477 Merrick Rd Wantagh NY 11793  See map

Come support these starving artists!

The Starving Artists company is entering the theatre scene this summer with it’s five week introductory series called “The Starving Artists Series.” From June 29th-July 29th you will have the opportunity to enjoy five weekends of brand new, never before seen theatre. All five productions will be presented at the Cultural Arts Playhouse located in the Park Plaza at 3477 Merrick rd. in Wantagh, NY. Tickets will be available at the door, or by calling 516-581-0606.

June 29th-July 1st:
Grammy Jeans Spaghetti Dinner 
By Ed Cress
Spend the weekend with the free spirited Grammy Jean Harper, her grand-daughter Samantha and her fiance Phillip (who's not so free spirited) as she serves up spaghetti, toast and a healthy dose of embarrassment. 

Friday and Saturday at 8pm.
Sunday matinee at 2pm.

Adults: $15
Seniors: $10

July 6th-8th:
A staged reading of “The Devil is a Busy Man”
by Sean Behrens
Friday and Saturday at 8pm.
Sunday matinee at 2pm.

Tickets: $5

July 13th-15th
Three Rats
by Ed Cress
Three Rats follows the bungling duo of thieves Dewhurst and Dungberry on a misadventure in the LaFayette Laboratories. Dewey "teaches" Dung several lessons during their caper and the pair make a discovery that could change the very world as we know it. 

Friday at 8pm.
Sunday matinee at 4pm and 8pm.
approximate running time, one hour with no intermission.

Adults: $15
Seniors: $10

July 20th-22nd
The Devil Does Care
by L. C. Cragg
The Devil Does Care, based on, "the devil may care" attitude involves two adulterers who do what all lovers think about. They run away to a love nest, abandoning their families, and responsibilities. However, these lovers actions are not without doubts and consequences. As this passionate relationship unravels, realities surface as to the price to be paid to their devious landlord, resulting in dire consequences.

Friday and Saturday at 8pm.
Sunday matinee at 2pm.
approximate run time is one hour with no intermission

Tickets: $10


 "A Delicate Conundrum: The Tetris Play"

Gary has been in the care of Waverly for a long time after having experienced a traumatic event that has left him unstable. Obsessed with the game Tetris, which is touted for its therapeutic effects, Gary keeps some demons at bay while the game becomes more of a crutch with each passing day.  Waverly and Gary exercise their issues to reach new ground and keep post-traumatic flashbacks to a minimum. It is ultimately left in the hands of the audience to delicately guide Gary towards tranquility or leave him anguished in a pit of  post-traumatic despair.

Friday and Saturday at 8pm.
Sunday matinee at 2pm.
approximate run time is one hour with no intermission

Tickets:  $5


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