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SEVEN.11 CONVENIENCE THEATRE (2006)

Press Release

In its fourth season, this year’s seven.11 line-up includes a kung-fu hustler, run-away teenagers, convenience store surprise reunions, a futuristic free-for-all for Manhattan, and not one but TWO original pop musicals, one of which leaves you questioning, “Who really did kill Mr. Naidu?”

EXTENDED! DUE TO HIGH DEMAND! March 30 – April 23, 2006

Dates: March 30 – April 16, 2006

Time: Thursday-Saturday at 8pm; Sunday Matinee at 2pm
(Talkbacks with cast and crew after 2pm matinee)

Location: The Kraine Theater, 85 East 4th Street, NYC

Tickets: $17 Adults, $11 Student rush tickets (at the door only) – VALID ID PER PERSON REQUIRED and tickets are not guaranteed, only to be sold if seats are available 5 minutes prior to showtime.

Reservations: Call 212.868.4444 or go to www.Smarttix.com
For group discounts and information, call 212.564.8666

Opening Night Party, March 30th:

bollywood disco
Bollywood Disco: retro filmi eclectic disco grooves
At Canal Room, 285 West Broadway, NYC
$7 Admission Price with 7-11 ticket
Director: Darrow Carson
Musical Director: Samrat Chakrabarti*
Choreographer: DJ Salisbury*
Assistant Director: Jackson Loo
Sets: Shana Solomon
Lighting: Jeff McCrum
Costumes: Jenny Fisher
Sound: Ezekiel Kendrick
Stage Manager: Kelly Shaffer*

Written by: JP Chan, Samrat Chakrabarti & Sanjiv Jhaveri, Celena Cipriaso, Elizabeth Emmons, Jackson Loo, Vishakan Jeyakumar and Rehana Mirza

Featuring:
Bill Caleo, Meetu Chilana, Andrew Guilarte , Sean T. Krishnan*, Jerold E. Solomon*, John Wu , Alicia Ying*

7/11 2006 group

WITH ALL NEW PLAYS:

Bombay Screams by Rehana Mirza.
A falling Broadway star. A rising young writer. Is it love or a messy slushee?

Who Killed Mr. Naidu First? by Samrat Chakrabarti and Sanjiv Jhaveri
With 3 suspects and a heinous crime, a musical “whodunnit” that will send you singing and screaming from the convenience store!

Homecoming by Celena Cipriaso
A young woman stumbles into a convenience store to find her past.

The Old New World by J.P. Chan
In the year 2106, superpowers fight for their right to claim the Jewel of Ancient America.

Undone by Elizabeth Emmons
Two girls stop for supplies on a run away trip to Mexico to escape an arranged marriage.

Jaffna Mangoes by Vishakan Jeyakumar
Race relations in a convenience store in Sunnyside Queens makes life juicier than the juiciest of mangos.

Kung Fu Hustle by Jackson Loo.
Life is a hustle. Sometimes you win and sometimes you lose. And sometimes, your arms get broken.

Asian American Arts Alliance Culture Pass

This production is sponsored in part by grants from The Asian American Arts Alliance SOAR Fund, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council and the Columbia University Arts Initiative.quarters

The Actors and Stage Managers employed in this production are members of Actors’ Equity Association.

Our production of Seven.11 Convenience Theatre (2006) is registered with the New York Innovative Theatre Awards. You can vote for us at www.nyITawards.com. Just click “Cast Your Vote”.