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The Bad Date Project

Benefiting: Food Bank for New York City
Produced/Written by Stephen Stocking & Troy Miller
Directed by Troy Miller
Performed by Stephen Stocking

“Who hasn’t had a bad date? No one. Not even your grandma. The Bad Date Project takes two lonely singles on a rocky treasure hunt for love…or fun…or just some kind of connection. Created from true stories, it’s a sexy, hilarious and tragic look at dating in the new millennium.”

Genre: Comedy , Documentary Theater, Drama, Interactive , Multimedia, Play , Romance, Bad Dates!!!!


Christopher Bonewitz*
Rachel Christopher*
Michael Levi Harris*
Matthew Stapleton
*denotes member of Actors Equity Assoc.

$18 General Admission
$9.00 for Film/Music Participants
FREE for Theatre Festivity Participants

Saturday 6/2/12 – 6:00pm = Performance #1
Thursday 6/7/12 – 10:00pm = Performance #2

Sunday 6/10/12 – 2:00pmPerformance #3
Wednesday 6/13/12 – 8:00pmPerformance #4
Monday 6/18/12 – 4:00pmPerformance #5
Wednesday 6/20/12 – 9:30pmPerformance #6

Thursday 6/21/12 – 8:00pm =Performance #7
Saturday 6/23/12 – 3:00pmPerformance #8

Click the dates above or the buy tickets banner below to buy tickets/reserve your seat!

90 minutes

At Bleecker Street Theatre (Downstairs)
45 Bleecker Street, New York, NY 10012
Conveniently located near:
Bleecker St (4 & 6)
Broadway – Lafayette St (B, D, F, M)
Prince St (N, R)

This is what the artists who created this production are doing for their charity:

“More info coming soon!”

This is what the artists who created this production did to make it an eco-friendly production!

Promoting walking, biking and public transportation to and from rehearsals, auditions and performances., Sourcing materials from organizations that either benefit charity or reduce/reuse waste (e.g. Materials for the Arts, Build-It-Green, Goodwill, Salvation Army, etc.), Set/costumes and/or props exclusively using re-purposed or recycled material, Committing to sharing/borrowing materials vs. than purchasing new ones., Properly disposing of scenery, costumes, and props by donating, reusing and recycling where possible., Using minimal design elements., Virtual set design – use of film projection to create virtual dramatic world., Avoiding materials with heavy fragrances or harsh chemicals., Maximize use of practical lighting., Adopting green habits outside of working on the show., Encourage promotion of energy efficient lighting and turn out the lights when not in use., Promoting the use of reusable water bottles, cups, plates, utensils etc., Properly recycle paper, bottles and other items., Reducing printing of script via sharing scripts, adding supplemental script pages or writing in changes when applicable., Using laptops or smart phones in place of some or all rehearsal drafts., Printing double-sided, Printing on recycled paper., Encouraging online communication for the artists and reducing the amount of printed communications., Encouraging online communication for the use of audition materials, welcome packets, press packets, and any other correspondence with industry., Utilizing paperless marketing tools (e.g. website, blogs, facebook, twitter and email)., Recycling/re-using playbills/Festibills, Posting audition notices, songs and sides online., Printing playbills and postcards on recycled paper.

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