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What do you get when you get when you combine paintings, songs, and a tale about birds, lions, snakes and trees?

Some pretty interesting passageways…and a theatre premiere at the Triad – hope you can make it for this new solo show!

PASSAGEWAYS: A song cycle with mixed media artwork projections and original compositions, all created by the performer. Storytelling, humor, and art interwoven with compelling narrative – and highly entertaining as the creativity of the artist becomes an unexpected “passageway” through profound crisis. Come see a premiere of original songs, artwork, and theatre exploring the “abnormal passageways” of finding hope, humor, and yourself again after life takes a few surprising turns.

Written, performed, composed by Amy Oestreicher

Musically arranged by Bob Goldstone

Directed by LPTW member Shellen Lubin

March 16th at 7pm

March 31st at 3pm

Hope to see you there! Join the Facebook event.

Purchase tickets here.

Here’s the link: http://www.triadnyc.com/event/586e71f0397f954f12a81f419a24e1f7

You can purchase tickets for almost all shows at Triad on our website by clicking on the BUY TICKETS tab on the toolbar.

By Phone: (212) 279-4200 (Call Center is open 7 days a week, 12 noon – 8pm)

Where is the Triad Theater Located? 158 West 72nd Street between Amsterdam and Columbus Ave. on the South side of the street. The Theater is on the 2nd Floor above a restaurant called Seven Hill and located next to the Acker Merril Wines store. 

 

Amy Oestreicher is an Audie award-nominated playwright, performer, and multidisciplinary creator. A singer, librettist, and visual mixed media artist, she dedicates her work to celebrating everyday miracles, untold stories, and the detours in life that can spark connection and transform communities. As a PTSD specialist, artist, author, writer for The Huffington Post, speaker for TEDx and RAINN, and health advocate,  Her story has appeared on NBC’s Today, CBS, Cosmopolitan, Seventeen Magazine, The Washington Post, Good Housekeeping, and MSNBC, among others. Amy has written, directed, and starred in her autobiographical musical, Gutless & Grateful, which has toured over 200 venues from 54 Below to Barrington Stage Company since its 2012 NYC debut. She is currently developing her full-length play, Flicker and a Firestarter with Playlight Theatre Company, which just had its first AEA Staged Reading. Her book, “My Beautiful Detour,” is now available for preorder. See more at www.amyoes.com.
 

 

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