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All For One is dedicated to producing and developing extraordinary solo theater, and to creating opportunities for solo artists to enjoy sustaining careers.

 

 

This week in solo theater...

Some of the great solo shows going on in and around NYC

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Blizzard

Written and Performed by Emily Woof

Directed by Hamish McColl

June 1 - June 30 2024

59 E 59 Theater C, NYC

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if these wigs could talk

Written and Performed by Panti Bliss

Directed by Philip McMahon

Jun 13- Jun 23 2024

Irish Arts Center, NYC

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How to eat an orange

Performed by Paula Pizzi

Written by Catherine Filloux

Directed by Elena Araoz

May 30th- June 16th

The Downstairs, NYC

Coming soon....

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On Beckett

Conceived & Performed by Bill Irwin

Directed by Ciaran O'Reilly

Jul 10- Aug 4 2024

Francis J. Greenburger Mainstage, NYC

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David's Friend

Written & Performed by Nora Burns

Directed by Adam Pivirotto

Jul 11- Aug 10 2024

Soho Playhouse, NYC

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JUDITH

A NEw Play By Katie Bender

Four Performances Only!

November 16th, 17th, and 18th, 2023

Dressed in drag, Judith heads to London to save her brother’s reputation. There, she finds herself in a patriarchal, politically-charged, deeply divided nation, discovering the pleasures and pitfalls of passing as a poet known around town as The Bard. Gallivanting in and out of character, Judith is a touching solo show that questions ambition, self-worth, and queer identity.

WP Theater
2162 Broadway @ 76th St
New York, NY 10024

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DESTROYING DAVID

Written and performed by Jason Odell Williams

One Night Only!

SEPTEMBER 18th, 2023

A heartbroken and despondent art restorer/tour guide tries to cope with the loss of their partner, David, through the destruction of another David: Michelangelo's. In this solo show, Destroying David explores grief, revenge, and immortality through one person's response to tragedy. 

The Great Room, 138 South Oxford Street, Brooklyn, NY

FREE ADMISSION

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