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Autumn Stage title
– World Premiere

Playwright: Peter Welch
Director: Jonathan Weber.
Peter Welch
Larry Fleishchman
Mary Tierney

Autumn Stage is an existentialist comedy about three spiritually disconnected people who use a vacated, outdoor stage in an effort to overcome the problems they’ve been avoiding in their own lives.

Community Theater

Sunday - September 4 - 2pm
Monday - September 5 - 9pm
Tuesday - September 6- 6:30pm
Wednesday - September 7 - 6:30pm
Thursday - September 8 - 9pm
Saturday - September 10 - 8pm
Sunday - September 11 - 5pm

Running time: Autumn Stage is 1 hour 25 Minutes (one intermission) $18.

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Peter Welch (Groundhog) is a multidisciplinary artist working out of New York City. Educated at SUNY Plattsbrugh and later New York University, Welch explored a variety of artistic mediums, ranging from dramatic writing, acting, and film production to history and literature. Welch has directed the feature film "Three Long Years" and starred in Bernard Attal's award winning short film "A Bike Ride" (2009). Having acted, produced, and directed a litany of plays n New York City, Welch has been working to producer "Autumn Stage" since 2015.

Larry Fleischman (MacArthur) is a New York actor. He has been in the hit Broadway play "Beau Gest." He has starred in many Off-Broadway and Off-Off-Broadway productions across the city. He was a regular in the soap opera "All My Children" and the television series "Search for Tomorrow." He was also in the movie "Maid in Manhattan."

Mary Tierney is a New York actress and a veteran of Theater for the New City, where she has performed in productions for thirty years and served as a board member for twenty-one years. She runs a free acting class three times per week.

Jonathan Weber (Director) is the managing director at The Actor's Theater Company (TACT) and a former administrator of Theater for the New City. While with TNC, Weber served in administrative and marketing positions, and Assistant Directed the annual Summer Street Theatre. He helps to plan several theatre festivals in the East Village and has directed several of his own plays at TNC. One of his more recent productions was the lauded "Great Kills," which stared Emmy Winnger Joe Pantoliano. Weber is also the author of the popular Mets fan blog "The Ballclub."


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