8th Season

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“Nylon Fusion Theatre Company is exactly the right kind of theatre for New York City now,” says advisory board member John Patrick Shanley. “It is young, multicultural and fearless. It provides an open door, inviting unrecognized talent on to the stage, providing entry, excitement, recklessness, candor and comedy, in a joyous atmosphere. There are new actors, directors, and playwrights in abundance. You will discover artists here. You will experience the rush of seeing them first. That’s what New York is all about. Discovery!”

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“If you’re interested in scandalous stories with a bit of humor about Hollywood in the late 1930s, then I’d recommend to see UNMENTIONABLES at Nylon Fusion Theatre Company.” – Laura Thompson – www.loralia.com

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John Patrick Shanley's The Big Funk Directed by Lori Kee
"...effortlessly, consistently engaging you and pulling you into inspired directions." - Artsware
Don Nigro by A Snowfall In Berlin
Directed by Shaun Peknic
"...carefully balanced and blurred between violence and seduction.” – NYTHEATERNOW
The Last Prestidigitation of Christ by Jack Karp
Directed by Lori Kee
Craig muMs Grant and Mack Exilus
Vegetarian Lunch by Alex Riad
Directed by Ivette Dumeng
Mary Monahan, Mariel Matero- Donelly.
A Fight About A Dog by Robert Askins | Directed by Bob Verlaque
Starring Charlotte Colavin
Godforsaken by Lyle Kessler Directed by Lyle Kessler with Mike Keller and Patrick Williams Photo by Al Foote III
DON’T WRITE A BAD PLAY, OR A CAUTIONARY TALE ABOUT THE BRUTALITY OF THE WAR ON TERROR AND THE FUTILITY OF USING VIOLENCE TO STOP VIOLENCE by Jack Karp
Directed by Lori Kee Anthony Aibel, Madison and Randall Rodriguez.

This Round’s On Us Review: “Nylon Fusion Theatre Company has a festival of well-chosen short plays four times a year. Led by Ivette Dumeng and a glamorous team of actors, the evening has an unexpected effervescence. An open bar near the stage encourages audience – and cast – to down a few drinks and be happy. The plays are all funny, and there’s an uninhibited party atmosphere, but also serious acting going on.Linda Ollie @ Theatre Row

Nylon, born of a fusion of New York and London creativity, a theatre company committed to giving voice and perspective to established and emerging artists. We develop and produce plays that explore political, social and cultural awareness.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS and ADVISORY BOARD

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