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Players Theatre
Between West 3rd and Minetta Lane 115 MacDougal Street New York City, NY 10012
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27 reviews
3 stars
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"BOO Short Play and Musical Festival"
5 ratings
3.0 average rating
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19 events
16 reviews
24 stars
attended Oct 25 2013

Overall it was a waste of time. Keep in mind this is as off-off Broadway as you can imagine. It is in the Players Theatre building, but not in the larger Players Theatre. Instead it is in the much smaller (50 seat) Steve & Marie Sgouros Theatre...continued

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3 reviews
6 stars
attended Oct 19 2013

I have been to the Players Theater to see Hollow and enjoyed the performance. Sadly, this was not short plays, it was a contest. I felt like I was watching America has Talent.

Therefore, the Players theater should be more explicit with the...continued

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2 reviews
13 stars
attended Oct 19 2014

It's just not Halloween until we've seen at least one slate of BOO! short plays at the Players Theatre. Spooky, funny, witty, horrifying or just plain strange, the short one act plays are always interesting and unexpected. Tickets are a little...continued

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Week One: October 8 – 11
“A Ghostly Reacharound” by Kate August & Ruthellen Cheney
“Audition Nightmare” by Patrick Blake
“Chainsaw Mickey” by CC Rumbage
“Deposition” by Evangelos Arabatzis

Week Two: October 15 – 18
“The Wrong Way” by Patrick McEvoy
“Catchpole”by Michael Long
“Dye It and Exorcise” by Phil Way
“The King’s Last Stand” by June Rachelson-Ospa & Jon Ospa

Week Three: October 22 – 25
“The Devil Tree” by Sean O’Shea & Samantha Kahn
“FEARS” by Leonard D Goodisman
“Purgatory Incorporated” by Anna Mansager
“Ultimate Horror” by Brenda Bell