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June Solo Show Festival

Actress on a Stage

4-Star Solo Show Festival

Wednesdays - Fridays - June 7 - 30

Back by popular demand, June will see a roster of surprising and diversifying new works in the 4-Star Solo Show Festival – where each week of the month, a different solo show by an up-and-coming American writer/performer hits the stage.

Look below for details on each show with ticket purchase links. 



Written and Performed by Sam Hamashima
June 21, 22, and 23

In a fresh form of theatrical stand-up, Sam Hamashima’s work, described by the Washington Post as “Serious Whimsy,” Banana is a comic rollercoaster of a play that explores what is "appealing" in the eyes of others and to oneself. With examinations of what it means to be Asian-American, queer, and taking up space in the American Theater, all while dealing with societal and sexual objectification, peeling this Banana ain’t exactly as easy as it seems!

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On Broadway...& More

Written and Performed by James Jackson, Jr. 
Closed. Thanks to all who attended!

Following a dazzling Broadway debut in 2022’s Tony Award-winning Best Musical A Strange Loop, Obie Award winner James Jackson, Jr. centers his singular showbiz story, On Broadway… & More, around the question: “How do I fit into the story?” Employing a musical mix of soul, R&B, folk, and Broadway, Jackson brings his quick wit, giant heart, and unique sense of storytelling to create an evening of on-stage therapy and powerhouse vocals to delve into what made him the artist he is today. With music director Elliott Roth, Jackson sings a journey of Nina Simone, Glady Knight, Lady Gaga, as well as Broadway artists Stephen Sondheim, Harold Arlen, and Michael John LaChiusa to make On Broadway... & More a one-man musical you won’t want to miss.


That Dorothy Parker

Written and Performed by Carol Lempert 
Closed. Thanks to all who attended!

Created and performed by the acclaimed actress and playwright Carol Lempert, The New York Times hailed her work, That Dorothy Parker, “A witty, biting, touching slice of literary history.” As directed by Janice L. Goldberg in a brisk 90-minutes, That Dorothy Parker weaves the story of its trailblazing writer via her stinging wit, fierce intellect, and passionate relationships (both literary and intimate) with stories from the decade she spent holding court at Manhattan’s legendary Algonquin Round Table.

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