Exciting Things in the Future!

Posted in On the Square Productions News, OTSP Buzz on January 18, 2011 by On the Square Productions

It’s a new year, and we here at On the Square have many new and exciting things on the forefront including a new logo!   Thanks to our phenomenal webmaster, Chris J Handley and his site Out of Work Designs, we’re also getting a brand spankin’ new website too!  So make sure you’re on the look out for that!

Other exciting things:

In Your Image tickets are on sale and really taking off!  We’re so thrilled to be working on this show!  Here’s the link for tickets- performances start Feb. 10th in Theater C at 59E59!

-Another Artists Brunch!  Though the date is TBD- it will be next month at the amazingly delicious Sweet Afton– the Astoria Local.   Stay tuned to the blog for more details.

Invisibility, or Tiny Rockets reading THIS SUNDAY Jan. 23rd at 7:30pm in the Time Out New York Lounge.  Come hear up and coming playwright/actress Lauren Ferebee‘s latest piece!  $10 at the door goes to benefit On the Square!

It can be certain there’s always something happening On the Square!

 

 

Back to the Drawing Board!

Posted in Mainstage, On the Square Productions News, OTSP Buzz on January 5, 2011 by On the Square Productions
IYI Image

Courtesy of Duane Tollison

Well it’s back to work for the On the Square folk!  We hope you all had a wonderful holiday season!  Tomorrow, we begin rehearsals for In Your Image, by Rob Benson at 59E59 Theatres.  We are truly looking forward to what’s sure to be an incredible night at the theatre.

We’re officially on sale as well! Here’s the performance schedule:

Feb. 10th- Feb. 12th at 8:30pm, Feb. 13th at 3:30pm, Feb. 15th & 16th at 7:30pm, Feb. 17th-19th at 8:30pm, Feb. 20th at 3:30pm, Feb. 22nd & 23rd at 7:30pm, Feb. 24th-26th at 8:30pm, & Feb. 27th at 3:30pm

Tickets can be purchase here, or at 59E59.org

We’ll keep you updated as always, and check in with us at www.onthesquareproductions.com

Presenting “The Hustle” With Logan Tracey!

Posted in Education, Friends of On the Square, OTSP Buzz on December 28, 2010 by On the Square Productions

Are you an actor that a bit lost as to what your next step should be? Do you have basic questions about the acting business and just want straightforward answers?  Have you been on the lookout for that affordable workshop to help guide you in this crazy business?

Well then Logan Tracey’s class “The Hustle” is exactly what you need to get organized for the new year!  2011 is just around the corner, and if you’re a working actor or even an aspiring working actor, this is that perfect first step to success.

On Saturday, January 15th, 2011 from 3-6pm at Space on White, On the Square Productions presents their first educational workshop- Logan Tracey is the talent!  She has been in the business since 2003 and had to find the path that worked from her.  Check out her website here, or visit www.logantracey.com.

To register for The Hustle visit Brown Paper Tickets at our link here.  The cost of the workshop is $30- an great deal for what’s sure to be invaluable information.

For any other questions, visit our website or email us at info@onthesquareproductions.com!

The Hustle with Logan Tracey

Saturday, Jan. 15th, 3pm-6pm

Space on White

81 White St, NYC (Tribeca)

N/Q/R/4/5/6/A/C/E to Canal Street

 

Cheers to You, 2010!

Posted in OTSP Buzz, Production Announcements, Reflections on December 27, 2010 by On the Square Productions

Well the curtains closed Monroe, Illinois:  Over Here/Townie at The Flea on December 21st marking the end of a very successful year for On the Square Productions.  From a successful second season kickoff of Our Developmental Play Reading Series, to critical acclaim of Over Here/Townie, we have been quite busy, and we have no intentions of slowing down!  This February will we be producing In Your Image by UK playwright Rob Benson at 59E59.  Stay tuned for more specifics in our up coming posts.

As 2010 draws to a close Rachel and Jackie have selected a few highlights from the year passing.  Here’s to another great year!

Rachel:

1.  The awesome press we received for Monroe, Illinois- check out our review at NYTheatre.com!
2.  Gearing up to do Benson’s In Your Image at 59e59
3.  Creating relationships with small businesses like DiWine and The Brick Cafe
4.  Artists Brunch at The Brick Cafe
Jackie:
1.  Making our $2000 Kickstarter goal!  Thanks so much to our awesome donors.  We couldn’t have done it without your support and encouragement!
2.  Our sold out run of A Midsummer Night’s Dream in our Astoria garden!  Too much fun!
3.  Our kickoff event- “Wingin’ It” in which we heard short scripts from many different playwrights and actors.
Whew!  What a jam-packed year.  Here’s to you, 2010!  You’ve been so good to us, and we’re looking forward to a wonderful 2011!

 

 

It’s Opening Night!

Posted in Mainstage, On the Square Productions News, Production Announcements on December 11, 2010 by On the Square Productions

Well it’s a big weekend for On the Square- we have our Artists Brunch at 1pm at The Brick Cafe this Sunday Dec. 12th, and our Holiday Party at DiWine on Tuesday Dec. 14th.  But tomorrow, it’s opening night for Monroe, Illinois:  Over Here/Townie! After 2 successful previews, we are ready to rock!

Afterwards we will be going to South’s NYC, around the corner from The Flea, as they are one of the sponsors of our production.

The performance is at 9pm, Saturday Dec. 11th at The Flea Theater.  Tickets are still available online too.  For $15 you can get the On the Square Friend discount by entering the code SQUARE upon purchasing tickets.

If Monday is a good day for you, we are also offering $5 Mondays for all of our performances! Use the code FIVE when buying online (no fees!) or come to the door.  Take a sneak peek at our show:

Becca Hackett is "She" in TOWNIE

Doug Roland and Cyrilla Baer as Danny and Patty Hunt in OVER HERE

Rachel McPhee and Cyrilla Baer as Nora and Patty Hunt in OVER HERE

See you at The Flea!

Performances Begin Tomorrow on “Over Here/Townie!”

Posted in Mainstage, On the Square Productions News, OTSP Buzz on December 7, 2010 by On the Square Productions

The curtain will rise tomorrow night, December 8th at 9pm at The Flea Theater when Aaron Wigdor Levy’s Monroe, Illinois:  Over Here/Townie begins performances.  It’s been an incredible journey!  Some of you might remember that Over Here was the first play in our Developmental Reading Series of October 2009, so it’s thrilling to make it from the page to the stage!  Everyone has been working so hard, but now it’s time to put the work out there.

If you haven’t bought your tickets yet, do so online here and we just want to tell you about our ticket promotions too- for December 8th and December 9th ONLY, use the code PREVIEW to receive $12 tickets!

For December 11th, and on (and as a friend of On the Square) use the code SQUARE to receive $15 tickets!

It doesn’t get better than that!  Here’s the ticket link again, and we hope to see you at The Flea!

https://www.ovationtix.com/trs/pr/788445

Doug Roland is Danny Hunt in “Over Here”

Posted in Cast, Friends of On the Square, Mainstage, On the Square Productions News, OTSP Buzz on December 3, 2010 by On the Square Productions

Doug Roland has been a friend of On the Square for a long time, and we are thrilled to be working him on a main stage production!  Doug plays Danny Hunt, Patty’s son, and Nora’s brother in Over Here.  Like Nora, Danny struggles to find peace with his mother and deceased father.  Often the comic relief, Danny will both make you laugh and break your heart.

Doug Roland ( Danny – Over Here) is excited to be working with his friends at On the Square Productionsagain. Some NYC theater credits include originating the role of Elliot in Wolves (59E59 Theaters), Don Juan inDon Juan Does New Jersey (The Alternate Theater), The Brig (The Living Theater), The Pantyhose Grid (NYCFringe), Mary Brigit Poppleton is Writing a Memoir (NYC Fringe), and Muffin (Samuel French Festival). Amongother film credits, Doug recently produced, co-directed, and acted in the short film Kidwalker, which premieredat the Big Apple Film Festival at Tribeca Cinemas. Doug is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and theconservatory program at Michael Howard Studios.

To see Doug in action go here!