2010 Serling Award Winners Announced!
Following hot on the heels of their hits, Naked HolidaysÂ NYC, and Manson the Musical,Â EndTimes Productions is pleased to announce their 4th Annual one-act festival: Vignettes for the Apocalypse 2010, a collection of twenty one-act plays, dealing with dystopian, futuristic, and apocalyptic themes. Read more
EndTimes Productions Presents
Naked Holidays NYC â€™09 â€“ Fear of a Black Santa @ Ace Of Clubs
December 2nd â€“ December 20th 2009
Naked Holidays ’09 at the EndTimes @ Ace of Clubs
9 Great Jones Street, NYC 10012
New York â€“ More singing!Â More dancing!Â More naked!Â Â For all the non-traditional purveyors of holiday mischief and merriment, let nothing dismay you this holiday season.Â EndTimes Productions will present the Third Annual Naked Holidays NYC this December, a gleeful pageant filled with indulgent tidings.
Hit Chicago Cult Musical Makes NYC Premiere
MANSON: THE MUSICAL!
October 25 – December 5 at The Kraine Theater
Just in time for the 40th anniversary of the Tate-LaBianca murders, EndTimes Productions present the long-awaited New York Premiere of MANSON: THE MUSICAL! A long-running 1990â€™s cult hit in Chicago, this dark musical comedy about Charles Manson features music, book and lyrics developed through improv by the members of Annoyance Theater (including The Office’s Kate Flannery). This revolutionary â€œFamilyâ€ musical features guest appearances by The Beatles, Sharon Tate, The Beach Boys and more. Directed by Russell Dobular, previews begin October 25th with opening night set for November 8th.
â€œI went in prepared to hate it, ready to use every adjective in the book to slam their insensitivity, their cruelty — and walked out amazed at what they’d done with a story that, on its own merits, was already so far over the top it couldn’t be improved by satire. Playing it straight was satire.â€ — Chicago Sun-Times
“Director Russell Dobular has braved the strangeness of these characters to create a highly energized, balanced portrayal. The cast is multi-talented . . . pleasantly white trash.” — Ed Malin, newyorktheater.com