by Eugene O’Neill
directed by James Bosley
A comic look at the playwright’s own coming of age, in politics and in love, over an eventful 4th of July weekend.
DETAINED director NANCY ROBILLARD (L) and playwright ROSE-MARY HARRINGTON take a few questions from UP’s artistic director James Bosley about this timely new play.
UP’s been in the press with the announcement of our next production, Detained.
“Funny and entertaining. Riveting…”
Jamie Saunders, Devin E. Haqq, Max Lebow
“This was incredible. This is the type of theater that I live for.”
Mariette Strauss, Max Lebow
“I am willing to see 10 Bad Plays in a row if it means I get to see a hidden gem like this every once in a while.
Max Lebow, Andrew Manning, Jamie Saunders
“…extremely well executed”
Set by Frank Oliva. Lighting by Duane Pagano. Costumes by Janet Mervin.
“…the set was perfect.”
Read all the reviews at SHOW SCORE.
Don’t miss this time-lapse footage of the set construction.
Director Alex Keegan and playwright Kirby Fields take a few questions from UP’s artistic director James Bosley about this vital new play, Lost/Not Found.
With less than three weeks to go until the opening night of Kirby Fields’s LOST/NOT FOUND, the press is starting to pick up on UP’s spring production.
“From an early age Manny understood the importance of the words ‘we’ and ‘us’ and that our neighborhood is strengthened by everyone’s participation. He developed Dichter Pharmacy into an Inwood institution with exhibitions, performances and soda shop with free meeting space. His unbridled support of Inwood and its arts and culture make Manny a most deserving recipient of the UPstanding Person of the Year award.”
— Martin Collins (Community Leader, and UPstanding Person of the Year ’16)
Merciful Father playwright Atar Hadari (L) and director James Bosley were asked a few questions about this vital new play.
Find out what’s coming UP!
“Thoughtful treatment of a tough situation we don’t generally stop to consider; a very talented cast…brilliant tech (lights/sound/set) make for a terrific theater-in-the-round experience Uptown. Go see this play!” – Liz Ritter
A Conversation with Vanessa Shealy & Melissa Attebery
January 10, 17, 24, 31
The Tabernacle Theater
551 Fort Washington Ave. (at 185)
NY, NY 10033
In its 5th season, UP Theater Company continues to explore The American Dream. In all its colors.
Director Gregory Wolfe posed a few questions to James Bosley, playwright of Epic Poetry, which opens this Wednesday, April 29.
(The words ‘muse’ or ‘archetype’ never came up. Not once.)
Two new plays get the UP Treatment through a weeklong workshop process and presentations, followed by talkbacks with the audience.
UP Theater Company announces details of their 2014-15 season,
culminating in a Spring production of Epic Poetry by Artistic Director James Bosley.
Join us as we read and explore 4 new plays over 4 wintry Sundays
ASHÉ was a resounding success! The play, by Ricardo Pérez González, had audiences on their feet in appreciation for the work of the remarkable cast and crew.
Glenn Quentin of Stagebuddy.com called the production, “hands down one of the best plays this season” and “a must see, a theater-goers paradise!”