Stage Left Studio is the realization of the vision of Cheryl King, acting coach, director, performer, playwright and producer. Stage Left has an attractive, art-filled lobby, connected by a grand doorway to the tastefully appointed 20' x 24' studio, with 45 comfortable chairs, great lighting, and beautiful windows with a view of St. John the Baptist cathedral and Madison Square Garden. Easy access restroom, A state-of-the-art sound and light system, projector and screen, top-of-the-line Roland weighted key digital piano, mics and stands are provided. WiFi. Stage Left is a member of LITNY, League of Independent Theater New York.
Plays from Stage Left Studio on Indie Theater Now
ALL ABOARD THE HINDENBURG! by Jason Sebacher
High up in that fated dirigible, Robert Such--an impossibly-old Brit who's having some trouble coming to terms with the Modern age-- settles past loves, flirts with the nouveau riche, and discovers his own sexuality.
ART'S HEART by Anthony Johnston
Art is convinced he suffers from a very serious heart condition, that “any beat could be [his] last" - his obsessive love for the handsome Frenchman who lives across the street, his strange friendship with a fish named Paul, and the harsh realities of the world outside his apartment force Art to confront his fears head-on in this one-man comedy.
MISS MAGNOLIA BEAUMONT GOES TO PROVINCETOWN by Joe Hutcheson
Civil War era Southern debutante Miss Magnolia Beatrice Devareux Beaumont has choked to death on the meat of a pork rib, only to find herself suddenly inhabiting the body of a thirty-something gay New Yorker (to whom she refers to as Master Joseph) on his way to Provincetown, Massachusetts for a birthday vacation.
NY/XY by William LoCasto
Two young gay men are asked questions about their sexual choices and preferences by an anonymous, off-stage voice.
SOUTHERN GOTHIC NOVEL: THE ABERDEEN, MISSISSIPPI SEX-SLAVE INCIDENT by Frank Blocker
A solo play about a fictional book that feels like a movie: Viola Haygood chases her newest unavailable love amid town panic, disappearing young women and an FBI investigation.
TEST-DO YOU REALLY WANT TO KNOW? ARE YOU POSITIVE? (2M) by William LoCasto
Three short plays about the newly-released at-home HIV test and the ramifications therein.
TEST-DO YOU REALLY WANT TO KNOW? ARE YOU POSITIVE? (M/W) by Cheryl King
Three couples take the new at-home HIV test -- they are a gay man and a straight woman who had sex once 10 years ago; a guy and his girlfriend who seems a bit "testy" about their relationship; and a mature couple who put off being sexual until they know.
YOU'RE A GOOD BOY, ABERCORN by Topher Cusumano
The play explores a grotesque landscape of ritual, sexual violence, and survivor’s guilt, through the eyes of a young man who was kidnapped by a sadistic monster.
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