Queens Girl In the World
Written by Caleen Sinnette Jennings
Directed by Paige Hernandez
Previews April 9th
April 10th – May 8th, 2022
Theatre 5 at Theatre Row
410 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036
Broadway on the Bowery
It Happened In Key West
It Happened in Key West will be a concert version of this new romantic musical comedy by Jill Santoriello, Jason Huza and Jeremiah James and is part of Abingdon’s ongoing mission to support new works. The concert will boast a star-studded cast of Broadway and Off-Broadway’s biggest musical performers.
March 7th, Duane Park (308 Bowery, New York).
An Evening with Teal Wicks
See Teal (The Cher Show, Finding Neverland, Wicked) in a way you have never seen her before as the Broadway star brings glamour and edge to this
intimate evening of entertainment. Join us as she lends her incredible voice to an array of songs with a
downtown twist, all performed with the Bowery Quartet under the musical direction of Nick Wilders.
February 21st at 8.30pm at Duane Park (308 Bowery, New York).
Red, Hot and Vaxed
Performing classics with a downtown twist, the evening will feature an array of uptown stars including, Nick Adams (Falsettos, Priscilla, Queen of the Desert), Audrey Cardwell (Bright Star, Falsettos), Micaela Diamond (The Cher Show), Carrie St Louis (Kinky Boots, Rock of Ages), Katie Thompson (Oklahoma), Rema Webb (Escape to Margaritaville, The Color Purple) and Teal Wicks (The Cher Show, Finding Neverland) and more.
November 3rd, 2021 – 7 PM, at Duane Park (308 Bowery, New York, NY 10012)
As Apple Pie
Written and Directed by Pierre Marais
Starring Josh Breckenridge (Come From Away, The Scottsboro Boys), Ilda Mason (Steven Spielberg’s West Side Story) and Justin Sargent (Rock of Ages, Spider-Man Turn Off The Dark)
Cinematography by Matthew Tompkins.
It Cries Too Loudly
Directed and Choreographed by Dolly Sfeir
Executive Producer Chad Austin
Cinematographer and Editor Pierre Marrais
A Little More Blue
Written and performed by Christine Toy Johnson
Direction and Sound design by Bruce Johnson
Original music by Jason Ma
Virtual Festival Of Short Plays
Abingdon Theatre Company continues its mission in creating opportunities for all voices to be heard. With this in mind, the company will produce a Fall Festival of Short Plays, a one-week virtual festival shedding light on stories by people of color. A diverse panel of judges, theatre professionals who are Black Indigenous People of Color (BIPOC), will select 6 new short pieces created and performed by people of color. At the conclusion of the Festival, the panel will select a winner who will receive a stipend to be used to support further exploration of their piece and will be invited to become an “Artist-in-Residence.” The Abingdon Theatre Company has committed to producing the winning piece as part of their “Around the Table” free reading series. Through the outreach, online readings, and finally the staged reading of the winning piece, the hope is to engage around 1,500 people of color and to create a more diverse environment at the Abingdon.
In The News
BroadwayWorld: Abingdon Theatre Company Announces 29th Season
BroadwayWorld: Christine Toy Johnson, Ilda Mason & Matthew McLachlan Announced as Abingdon Theatre Company’s Artists in Residence