New Dog Theatre Company

Freight:

The Five Incarnations of Abel Green

by HOWARD L. CRAFT

The story of an American family, Midwest parents and their two adult children, grappling with the ever changing definition of family and marriage in the 21st century.

Produced by special arrangement with the Dramatic Publishing Company.

Iron Kisses

BY JAMES STILL

Directed by Dean Gray

July 27, 2015, 8:30 PM


Featuring J. Alphonse Nicholson

Directed by Joseph Megel


Tickets on Sale Now

HERE Arts Center, 145 6th Ave. NY, NY

Gay Bar '55

BY DEAN GRAY & WILL FELLOWS

Directed by James Heatherly

August 3, 2015, 8:30 PM


Also Coming Up: Summer Mondays Reading Series @ HERE

Fleeing a 1955 witch hunt in his native Idaho, a young man runs to Los Angeles and finds himself in a new world for which he is entirely unprepared. Inspired by Gay Bar, an extraordinary 1957 memoir by Helen P. Branson, who operated a gay bar in Hollywood during America's most anti-gay decade.

New Dog is thrilled to be working with StreetSigns to bring FREIGHT to HERE

July 24 - August 9

Freight tells the story of an African American male who exists in five different dimensions of the same universe at different points in American history. In each incarnation - minstrel, cult leader, FBI informant, struggling actor, out-of-work mortgage broker - Abel finds himself stuck somewhere between the American Dream and the American Nightmare.