Howling Moon Cab Company

Presents

The Park Plays

An evening of short plays set in parks

**Admission free**

Thursday August 18 and Friday August 19 at 7 p.m. in Brooklyn Bridge Park

Note for August 19: If the rain continues, tonight's performance will be at 7 p.m. in the 60-seat theater at Shetler Studios, 244 West 54th Street, N.Y., N.Y., 12th floor, between Broadway and 8th Avenue. Call 917-359-6234 after 4 p.m. today for a message confirming the location of tonight's performance.

Rockettes by Jonathan Wallace, directed by Hannah Chase, with Toni Ann DeNoble and Roxanne Seunarine

Ten Picnics by Mark Harvey Levine, directed by Megan Alexander, with Ilana Becker, Philip Bonn, and Samantha Payne

Snap by Tony Foster, directed by Jonathan Wallace, with Hannah Chase, Toni Ann DeNoble, and Julio C. Peņa

Sunday Picnic by Roxanne Seunarine, directed by Hannah Chase, with Philip Bonn, Julio C. Peņa, Roxanne Seunarine, and Shetal Shah

Possession by Barbara Bryan, directed by Eugene Oh, with A.C. Davison and Marisa Viola

Ouch by Monica Bauer, directed by Jonathan Wallace, with Stephanie Braxton*, Toni Ann DeNoble, Amanda Plant and David Smilow

*Courtesy of Actor's Equity Association

Directions: A or C train to High Street; 2 or 3 to Clark Street; 4, 5 or R to Court Street Borough Hall.

Brooklyn Bridge Park is on the Brooklyn waterfront between the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges, at the intersection of Main and Plymouth streets, minutes from the River Cafe. Walking: go down Cadman Plaza to the waterfront, then turn right on Front Street or Water Street, and left on Main Street. Driving: from Manhattan, take the Manhattan bridge, make a right on Tillary, then a right on Cadman Plaza, proceed to the end and follow walking directions. Or Brooklyn Bridge, first exit, make a right on Cadman Plaza, and follow walking directions. From Queens: Brooklyn-Queens expressway to Tillary Street exit, follow Manhattan Bridge directions above.

Contact: Jonathan Wallace jw@bway.net

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