Virtual Productions

The Woodside Player of Queens will present a LIVE virtual (Zoom)event, August 20th @7pm EST.

“Short American Plays from 1870 to Today”

Private Boarding
When Johnny Comes Marching Home
The Secondhand Man
Doings of a Dude
This Isn’t Drama 101, Folks!
Swing Time
Jingles the Cat
Ski Lovers
Three Sisters Is an Indigenous Method of Agriculture: A Scene for Zoom

Free and open to all. To make your reservation, email:

Douglaston Community Theatre presents Office Hours

8/6/21  – 8/8/21
All Day Friday, August 6th to Sunday, August 8th, 11pm.

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Suggested donation – $10 via Go Fund Me Page,

Six Separate Comedy Vignettes are unfolding in Six Separate Offices on a Friday Afternoon, all linked.

Matt Stashin – Director
Gary Tifeld- Technical Advisor & Editor

Glenn Dube- Warren
Nicole Intravia Brown- Pam
Giovanni Marine- One-Armed Man
Eric Leeb- Gordon
Annette Daiell- Francine
Denzel Hawker- Bobby
Gary Tifeld- Mark
Lesley Wade- Ellie
Tom Brown- Richard
Joan St. Onge- Rhonda
Michael Wolf- Lloyd
Frank DiSpigno- Stan
Robert Gold- Artie
Angelo DiBiase- Sherman
Michael Chimenti- The Man

Playhouse Performing Arts presents Stage-Struck

8/7/21 @ 1pm
8/7/21 @ 8pm
8/8/21 @ 1pm
8/8/21 @ 8pm

General Admission – $9

Five, six, seven, eight! Camp Stage Right is so much more than showtunes and kicklines. In this fast-paced original play, best friends, Ella Jo, Vanessa, and Harley, explore the depths of their talent and friendship while navigating their first summer at an elite summer camp for young artists. Along the way, they’ll meet new friends, compete with new enemies, try new things, and make new discoveries, all while trying to find out who they want to be and where they belong. There’s certainly no lack of drama at Camp Stage Right. Find your voice. Face your fears. Make your mark. Thank you five!

You can learn more about our mission and classes on our website,, and follow us on Instagram to stay updated, @playhouseperformingarts. We’re offering a variety of virtual performing arts workshops for kids ages 5-18 all throughout August ’21, so please visit this link to learn more:

Please reserve your tickets at this link:

Cali A. – Executive Director / Producer
Katie H. – Assistant Director

Ocean K. – Ella Jo
Schyler W. – Vanessa
Sophie F. – Harley
Katie H. – Rachel
Caitlyn J. – Marisol
Owen H. – Brandon
Mason E. – Leon
Brittney G. – Sierra
Kiersten W. – Narrator

 Getting To Know You

Township Theatre Group presents a light-hearted look at discoveries about family and friends that shake up the status quo. Just when you think you know someone — life throws you a curve ball.

This virtual performance features four original shows written by local playwrights:
Scene Partners – written by Bonnie Corso
Let Them Eat… – written by Laurie Atlas
Just Desserts – written by Linda Delmonico Prussen
Double Exposure- written by Michael Casano

This is a non ticketed event but donation to TTG is greatly appreciated.

Program begins airing on June 7, 2021 at

Carol Carota, Tim Rogers, Ken Young, Stacey Portmore-Davies, Liz DeFazio Rodriguez, James Bradley, Bobbie Ruth, Stan Katz, Mark & Karen Santaromita, Charlie Paredes

Fred Sprauer, Laurie Atlas, Susan Emro and Stacey Portmore-Davies.

Hippies, Housewives & Watering Holes

(a 9 minute fantasy) takes place during the ‘mad cow’ meat problem and a ‘fictional’ pandemic that is spreading around the world!

People are ‘Social Distancing’, ‘Staying Home’ and ‘Wearing Masks!’ Please enjoy a visit to our website and watch our ‘pre-pandemic’ show: OY! A Murder!

OR Scroll down to see our latest ‘virtual pandemic production’: Hippies, Housewives & Watering Holes.

Annual Meeting of The Golfers Association of America

A humorous look at a meeting of a fictitious organization of Golfers trying to raise money for charity.

September 28th  – October 6th
Every Tuesday starting at 2PM-2:30pm (Channel 20).  Free viewing for Cablevision/AlticeUSA subscribers

Mike McKasty, Elizabeth DeFazio, Debbie Gross, Guy Caraturo, Pat Reilly as Chairman

Equity Library Theater Zoom Festival

“No Rest for a Soul,” A fifteen-minute play by Long Island playwright, Cindi Sansone-Braff, starring Long Island actors, Debi Toni and Peter Muir. An aging, one-hit wonder rock star has recently taken his own life. Now, as a Soul-in-Spirit, he is getting prepped to meet his maker, with the help of a Spirit Guide, known only as Second Keeper of the Records. Click on the following link to watch the play.

Scroll down the page and click on: “No Rest for a Soul.” You can watch if for free. You can watch all the plays in the festival as well. If you liked this play, please send a text to 631-898-4205 saying your favorite play was, “No Rest for a Soul,” by Cindi Sansone-Braff.


Emily Vaeth, Gonzalo Vargas, Lucy McMichael and Chaz McCormack star in this play, by Claude Solnik, set in New York City during the pandemic. SEE IT HERE

The Muse Anthology

Starting January 9th, EastLine Theatre will be presenting our first ever devised project, the Muse Anthology. The collective, made up of Paul DeFilippo, Aly Kantor, Rosemary Kurtz, Lisa Giunta-Popeil, Kyle Mahoney, Morgan Moffitt, Lisa Rudin, and Barbara Walsh, are using the ancient Greek Muses as a jumping off point to create their own original work. They will be released on a weekly basis and take many forms: short films, musical performances, and one live event.

To access the Anthology, CLICK HERE.


Through Soundscape Theater, “a new audio theater experience” a new theater that got creative and re-imagined things now that we are in a pandemic, comes Trilogy by Gloria Schramm, directed by Melanie Maria Goodreaux. EXPERERIENCE IT HERE.

Theatre Three Off-Stage/On-Line – an exciting series of short works, each no longer than fifteen minutes.

The plays may be viewed on the Theatre Three’s YouTube channel.

The series is directed by Theatre Three’s Artistic Director Jeffrey Sanzel. Technical production is by Tim Haggerty and Eric J. Hughes. The entire series is made possible by the generous sponsorships of Alan Schelp and Andrew Markowitz. New premieres every Sunday and Wednesday night at 7:00 pm on YouTube, Facebook, and, of course, Theatre Three’s website: