7 - 4 $tages

 

Greed, corruption, politics, the economy … REVOLUTION

Acclaimed playwright Anthony J. Piccione brings us the four stages of how this country got where it is today in his latest production…

4 $tages

Part of the 10th anniversary season of Planet Connections Theatre Festivity at the Theaters at the Clemente
107 Suffolk Street, New York City
(btw Rivington & Delancey)
Wednesday 7/11 @7:45pm-9:15pm

Sunday 7/15 @2:45pm-4:15pm

Sunday 7/22 @6:30pm-8pm

Saturday 7/28 @11:45pm-1:15pm

Wednesday 8/1 @5:30pm-7pm

Playwright/Producer Anthony J. Piccione is EVERYWHERE and now he’s part of the Planet Connections 10th Anniversary season with a movement-based, abstract journey through America’s 40-year economic decline.

4 $tages is an avant-garde drama in one-act striking at the core of some of the biggest issues facing American society in the 21st century. This multi-layered tome of greed, corruption, and revolution explores the fundamental issues plaguing the American political and economic systems – from wealth inequality and corporate greed to runaway imperialism. Come and learn what the 4 stages of how we made America “great” actually are…along with the possibility of where this journey will take us.

Anthony J. Piccione is an award-winning playwright whose eclectic canon of one-acts have previously been presented in NYC at the Midtown International Theatre Festival, the Hudson Guild Theatre, and Manhattan Repertory Theatre, as well as regional venues such as Playhouse on Park, Hole in the Wall Theatre, the Windsor Art Center, and Windham Theatre Guild. His full-length drama A Therapy Session with Myself received a staged reading at the Dramatists Guild Foundation this past October, with a full production being planned for the near future, while his one-act drama What I Left Behind was recently named the NYWinterfest’s Best Short Play of 2018. His work as a playwright has been published at Heuer Publishing, and his articles and reviews have been frequently published at OnStage Blog. Visit www.anthonyjpiccione.com to learn more.

 

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